Kotick: Call Of Duty is a 'tribute' to military

Activision boss Bobby Kotick has claimed that Call Of Duty: Black Ops is a "tribute to the courage, dedication and sacrifice" of the real-life military.

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ABizzel12635d ago

Have you ever wised someone's tongue would fall out.

Perjoss2635d ago

I just did a smelly fart that I would like to tribute to Bobby Kotick.

Longrod_Von_Hugendon2635d ago (Edited 2635d ago )

God I hate this man...scummy little asshole!

DORMIN2635d ago

In a way you desensitize war for the young generation into an arcade game. There are no respawns after death.

F*ck You Kotick.

DaCajun2635d ago

I'm a veteran here and I think he can shove his BS tribute up his A$$. That thing is no way a tribute to my military. Sorry sack of crap trying to suck up to the military after the MOH fiasco with EA. I'd like to drop him on the front lines and see how is sorry a$$ would do.

matnum2635d ago

Yes he is sucking up, as its his Job to get people to buy his companys games. And WTH why would you want to drop him in the frontlines hes done absolutley nothing wrong.
And this goes for the rest of you "CORE" gamers his job is not to be your friend, it is to manage a very large very successful company and keep it makeing money, and he does, and weather you like activision games or not is a non issue.
I am sick off all of you people circle jerking in your ignorance you ruin the credibility gamers have when voicing an opinion.
Thank you.

badz1492634d ago

and what are you? his wife?

matnum2634d ago

have you heard of an ad hominem

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OSU_Gamer2635d ago

Yeah because our military is all about allowing soldiers to camp in a corner waiting for the enemies to go by. /s

Great tribute...

Paralex2635d ago

1. It's a game. 2. Many soldiers play this game overseas and they love it.

Tribute (noun) - a gift, testimonial, compliment, or the like, given as due or in acknowledgment of gratitude or esteem.

OSU_Gamer2635d ago (Edited 2635d ago )

Its funny how you confuse Bobby Kotick's need for self promotion and greed with an attempt to make a tribute to our military.

Redrum0592635d ago

more like "exploision"

FU Bobby Kon-dick

wenaldy2635d ago

Hate when some 12 years old kid spamming some armament videos in Youtube with taking references from COD... :/

zeddy2635d ago

why do terrorists attack good people when there are people like kotick around?

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I don't think there is a more evil photo of Kotick than that one right there.

scar202635d ago

He will say anyhting to look like a good public figure.

PyReX-2635d ago

Well it is kinda true..

SKUD2635d ago (Edited 2635d ago )


Edit: @bottom (4.1.1). You'll find out when you get older bro.

PyReX-2635d ago (Edited 2635d ago )

How is it not a tribute?

Edit: I haven't seen anything in a COD game that says something bad about our military.

-Alpha2635d ago (Edited 2635d ago )

It's just a game that happens to be a military shooter. In no way does this make this a tribute anymore than EA making NFL games make that a tribute to Football.

He is just a good PR guy who tries to fame the game amongst soldiers.

Baka-akaB2635d ago

so that "Assault on Devil's island" movie with Hulk Hogan Carl Weathers , and Chuck Norris' "Delta Force" are tribute to military too ?

Let's get real for a second , it's an hollywood styled and themed military game , nothing that profound or deep about it

nycredude2635d ago

I wish this guy just disappeared.

AKS2635d ago

No, it isn't. Not at all. And it's nothing like the military. MW2 was more James Bond than military. Kotick only sees $$$$ regardless of what he says.

PyReX-2635d ago

Oh so im guessing there are things in the game that show as our military being bad..

AKS2634d ago

You are coming across as being very immature.

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BrianC62342635d ago

Isn't that sweet. Bobby Kotick sure does love the military. What a guy.

/sarcasm off

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