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Post by Dan @ 01:56pm 14/10/13 | 1 Comments
Activision wants everyone to know that there's a new Call of Duty game coming out this November, and while most people reading this would rather see and hear what Call of Duty: Ghosts has to offer over its predecessors and genre competitors, the more casual and perhaps non-gaming crowd that the publisher might hope to attract don't care about that. For the potential customers that presumably need to be convinced that Call of Duty is a phenomenon that transcends the videogame platforms on which the battles take place, and leaves a lasting impression on all those who participate... or something.

There's six TV spots in total in a playlist on the official Call of Duty youtube channel. Persuasive and inclusive of a wider gaming audience, or just plain awkward? You decide.

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Posted 03:50pm 14/10/13
Proof that video games turn people into psychotic killers.
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