Remember when there was all that talk about how big bad activision would start charging a subscription fee and everyone got scared...
Everybody was saying, "Oh if that ever happens I'm not playing Cod ever again and activision; I can guarantee you that"
Chances are you do remember that, but now I'm gonna ask you to look back on your black ops experience. The single player was awesome as expected. Zombies was pretty fun. OH and the multiplayer...
was extremely similar to Modern Warfare 2's, albeit a slight facelift, balancing, different maps, and a few other extras (and depending on which version you got; much more bug ridden/glitchy/halfassed port)
Rewind a little further to World at war and you have a multiplayer that is still very similar but atleast tried to differentiate itself from Modern Warfare.
Anyways, I guess the point that I am trying to express to you guys is that you are already subscribing to Call of Duty
and have been for 4 years.
Don't you see the games multiplayer changes very little every year they add a new 4-5 hour campaign with your package and a few other extras; and then they send you off and on your way with a nice yearly expansion/ subscription pack.
I'm not saying that Call of Duty is evil and it sucks, no quite the contrary, everyone is so satisfied with the game every year due to the massive replay value and content stuffed into the game each year that they havent even bothered to realize that they are pretty much subscribed. (with the exception of us ps3 owners who got shafted)
I'm interested to see what the rest of you guys think about this,
so please comment and thanks for reading
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