Examiner: Fairfax S. McCandlish IV, the Lead Designer of Infinity Ward, revealed an exciting new sequence that was eventually cut in the upcoming PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 title.
Sounds like Uncharted territory!
Hopefully they come out with far more DLC than they did for COD4. I know that despite the small amount of maps for MP in COD4, it has still been one of the most played games online for two years running. You can only imagine what would happen if they run with more maps for MW2.
Man, I keep liking IW more and more! Go IW! /sarcasm
must be because of DVD9 :P
Sadly that's probly what it was, xbox needs to install blu Ray man so we can share multiplatform games with the quality of Uncharted 2...
They just want MORE money, isn't that obvious?
I just watched Bloomberg and they spoke about Activision and how they are using the COD franchise to boost bad sales of GH. So yes, it will all be DLC as they scrape in the $$$ from the unknowing sucker gamer. This is how Microsoft sells its achilles heal, Our DVD is too small and so we can just sell DLC and make more money. The Publishers just suck that line up. Soon we will all be buying blank disks and the blank disk is the token to get the Game + DLC. If we sit back and allow them to go this way then we are all to blame for lapping it up.
The one at E3 was taken out?
They probably pulled it since there have been people killed in avalanches, so it would be in bad taste to include that in a game.
Have you seen the !!!SPOILER!!! terrorist scenes in the airport !!!END OF SPOLIER!!! Thats probably a little more bad taste than including an avalanche! Plus they already stated that they cut the scene due to time restraints anyway!
Tongue was firmly in cheek :)
My bad...you can never tell with the people on here sometimes! :)
I get my games a day early and all i can say is it is an EPIC jurney through single player, slightly confusing but awsome none the less
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