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Maybe it's time for Call of Duty to drop the campaign

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"I love Call of Duty campaigns. Even at their worst, they're still worth a playthrough, as the series tries to explore complex themes while simultaneously offering up mindless Michael Bay-hem spectacle. As profoundly stupid as these games can be, I get the sense that they're often trying to be more than what they are. In between the poor plotting and hamfisted dialog, the recent Black Ops 3 makes an earnest attempt at telling a Phillip K. Dick-inspired nightmare where the the line between man and machine is practically nonexistent. It's not 'art' in the highfalutin sense, and it's not particularly subtle, but it's a lot more than most people give Call of Duty credit for."

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UserNameIsNotTaken1038d ago (Edited 1038d ago )

No. I want my single player.

bunt-custardly1037d ago

Exactly. The Black Ops III campaign was pretty awesome in my opinion. Sure, the story might have been a bit iffy but the gameplay was quality. Some really great missions that are worth replaying because they adding scoring.

freshslicepizza1037d ago

charge them separately then without overcharging the consumer. meaning if you only want to play campaign you pay x amount but if you want to 'upgrade' to online multiplayer it will cost the same as though you bought the full package.

Neonridr1038d ago

I actually enjoy playing through Single Player campaigns.

Why should we now have to purchase Multiplayer only games where the devs can rip us off with overpriced DLC or withheld content?

Get_A_Job_Foxtrot1038d ago

No. I buy for the multiplayer but I stay for the campaign and zombies. If any of these 3 are missing, I will not buy (especially if the price isn't reduced due to missing content).

Relientk771038d ago

They better not, I play every campaign

scark921037d ago

If that day comes, I will never pick it up.

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