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Black Ops, Nuketown Mannequin Secret

Throughout Nuketown in Call of Duty Blackops there are many mannequin's dotted around the map. If you are able to shoot of all the heads of the mannequin's within a set amount of time you will reveal a hidden easter egg in the game, which will play a Rolling Stones song 'Sympathy for the Devil' from the speakers.

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Razmossis2717d ago

everybody in this thread needs to lighten up and take a fawkin happy pill

deafwing2716d ago

it's an alright easter egg
would have been nice if set off the nuke or something like that ... though that would suck in other ways.

nickjkl2716d ago

would of been better if it was a rick roll song

or if zombies started coming outta nowhere and you only have one life and if you get tagged your done for then you turn into a zombie and hunt everyone else down

Brewski0072716d ago

Open iTunes > Select Artist "Rolling Stones" > Click Play "Sympathy For The Devil" > Don't act like a douche.

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farhad2k82717d ago

Anyone else notice that guy was trying to do the 'dolphin dive' but instead he was just jumping and proning? LOLZ

Lilbambit2717d ago

thats another move called the superman, which is something different altogether

Name Last Name2716d ago

LOL at player FAILing to do the Jump to Prone

geth1gh2717d ago

i really want to watch it, but its over 8 min long just to show a secret in a mp map.

seems like there is a lot of bs in it. can someone describe what it is?

ZombieNinjaPanda2717d ago

Sympathy For the Devil - The Rolling Stones plays while a Double Rainbow Across the Sky.

Raendom2717d ago

Terrible song. Let down. Was hoping they'd all come alive and hunt you down. :(

Nitrowolf22717d ago

That isn't a bad song, it's just a bad easter egg if you ask me.

ZombieNinjaPanda2717d ago

Amazing Song, but bad easter egg.

sickbird2717d ago

one most iconic songs ever, you need to get your head out of your ass.

hoops2716d ago (Edited 2716d ago )

Let me guess Raendom? Born in the late 1990's early 2000?
Keep listening to that craptastic music they call rock now. Oh sorry. Alternative.

Ares84PS32716d ago

....not everyone likes the Rolling Stones. I was born in 1984 and I don't like the Rolling Stones. Never did.

I have friends who where born in 1988 and love Beatles. So go figure.

hoops2716d ago

Not liking them and saying the song sucks is a total different issue when that song is considered pivotal during that period.
Also, no offense intended but being born in 1984 is not exactly in that time period when the Stones where at its zenith.
But to each their own as they say

Ares84PS32716d ago (Edited 2716d ago )

What I was trying to say is no matter when you where born or how old are you when it comes down to music.

Many people love Mozart and Beethoven and you can't say that anyone who is alive today was alive when they where in their "zenith".

I know younger kids than me who love Rolling Stones. I just can't find a single song from them that I think is good even the slightest. In fact in my opinion their music is pretty bad and why people like them is beyond me.

That purely comes down to taste not age...is what I'm trying to explain.

ZombieNinjaPanda2716d ago

@Ares

There is a big difference between not liking and not being good.

Not being good implies no musical structure, no talent, bad singing etc.

Not liking means you don't like it, Simple.

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Panthers2716d ago

I would love if they all turned to zombies lol.

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RyuDrinksTheDew2717d ago

ahhh, i was wondering what the surprise would be.

kinda lame. :-/

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