The beginning of the end. First Sledgehammer and then Neversoft. Activision is getting so desperate to push out a new Call of Duty every 12-months that they are now bringing in the C teams to help out.
That can't be good news. Watch the quality take a drastic downturn on the next title.
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I never thought I'd get so sick of hearing the name of a video game franchise so much. I'm seriously sick to death of this franchise and how it wet from being excellent to being driven into the ground. And go figure, the worse it gets the more sheep it attracts.
Originally Posted by TeeCakes
I don't see the big deal about the identity theft, when compared to the RROD fiasco.
Originally Posted by Anenome
If you are new to the genre, how do you discover how to do a shoryuken?
Are they working on their own title or are they just helping out with Treyarch's one? I don't think the site tells us that. If all they're doing is adding to multiplayer or fixing up some issues then that shouldn't be a problem or any different from before. But if they're working on a proper new entry into the franchise, then hopefully CoD might finally die.
Originally Posted by SaintBlitzkrieg
Also, Telltale signed with xbox, with fear that if they released Jurassic Park on the PS3, the dinosaurs would get loose.
CoD trailers always look amazing. Sadly, the game itself is nowhere near as good as the trailers. Think 300, where the trailer was extremely well-done but the movies itself was nothing more than a bodybuilding competition.