NowGamer: Call of Duty community managers FourZeroTwo and JD2020, have a new colleague to help keep CoD gamers sweet...
Lets hope he is better than Josh Olin aka JD_2020
Cause he's a lying two faced prick who never listens to community at all?
Because he isn't listening to the community and even if he does he cannot put anything through. David V did much more community work than JD_2020 ever did and ever will do. JD_2020 & Robert Bowling are faggots though, only tweeting of Xbox shit and ignoring the forums completely. David V could do all these three guys job and still be the lead developer on Call of Duty: Black Ops.
He won't be smiling after a week of catching the flaming hot shit of disgruntled COD players. :D
Nobody is better than Jeremy Dunham over at Zipper.
Remember Guy - you can't please all of the people, all of the time... but at least try to please some of the people some of the time...
Just another puppet in Activison's scheme to destroy gaming. T_T
Activision aren't destroying gaming. Developing computers games is a business, like every other business. They make money and Activision especially are damned good at this. Though I agree they do give developers very short leash, which makes their games worse, but developers surely can tell Activision how much time they need _and they will get this time_.
"but developers surely can tell Activision how much time they need _and they will get this time" LOL!
Activision > Apple. Thanks apple, for making all developers think they can get rich of $0.99 games.
To anybody who isn't aware, Guy Beahm is the real identity of Dr Disrespect, one of Machinima Respawm's premiere directors. This fact alone makes me optimistic as being a long time subscriber to his videos on YT, its clear he has a passion for gaming, CoD in particular. I'm sure he will do a good job.
Hopefully the guy can do a better job of listening to the franchises fans than previous Community Managers. Hopefully Modern Warfare 3 isn't too far into development (But lets be honest, Modern Warfare 5's probably already in development) and then can take on ideas before fully committing to the game, but, if the game isn't utilising a new engine, my interest isn't redeemed. I haven't got the past 3 COD's and don't plan to until some major leaps are made instead of tiny steps...
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