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- Oct 6, 2012
John Rafacz from Treyarch kicks off day two of our EB Expo 2012 Live Show with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2! We chat about campaign, eSports, and take community questions!
Dear treyarch, please leave the X hitmarkers out of the Campaign. It makes the gameplay look really cheap. I loved how realistic shooting an enemy in W@W and Black Ops felt, with the bloodspray, ability to litter enemies with bullet wounds, and blowing off their limbs. Please don't cheapen the campaign with cheap hittmarkers in place of realistic carnage. Leave the hittmarkers for Multiplayer.
Treyarch always has the best maps.
The MW3 maps are trash, straight like that.
Small, get shot in the ass every few steps, uninteresting.
Treyarch all day.
lol people still play this garbage, I can't stand games where you and your assailant kill eachother at the same time all the time it's as big of a problem as cods spawn point system
this game feels like its been tune down just for me. Am I the only one getting the wrong video quality
Id rather not watch this trash. Are hacks still going to run rampant? If so this is only worth pirating.
@FusionRain You try to do his job. There are so many people that do that kind of thing when having to present something. It doesn't make the presenter sound good, but it is what it is, and you have to realize that.
@NTM23 It's not that serious. I do understand and all but can my comment be just what it is? Geez didn't know the people police would criticize me because a multi million dollar company couldn't get a better person to speak about the game or at least train him for these encounters that "will" happen. I don't need a life leason I went to school where people read with umm between every line and instead of practicing reading out loud which they "had" to do in my class. They just called it stupid and kept sounding like a malfunctioning Microsoft Sam. This carried threw High School as well. The thing here is be prepared. I know sometimes it can be daunting to get hammered with unknown questions but at least try to be confident...
I didn't really like Treyarch's last Call of Duty (Black Ops), but I'm somewhat excited for this. I think this looks interesting. I'm talking specifically campaign.
@NTM23 Black Op's campain ,zombies, and some of the multiplayer is really good
@rikardo78 That's your opinion, and that's fine. My brother really loved the multiplayer, and while at times I can enjoy some, I'm not the multiplayer type of person. I like to play the campaigns, and I'm not into the zombie stuff at all, though it was somewhat funny with the presidents and all. I didn't really like Black Ops campaign, a lot of little things seemed forced.
My only real question would actually got to Infinity Ward: Now that Treyarch is showing itself to be the superior developers with a willingness to actually try to innovate and try something new, how are you guys NOT going to shit the bed on MW4 and kill the series? My prediction is that MW4 is going to be awful compared to Black Ops 2. Will we see anything along the lines of Zombies? I doubt it. Strike Force? Probably not. Combat Training? That's just wishful thinking. Treyarch used to get shit on for being the COD developer that isn't IW, but now they are showing us that they are far superior developers.
@Sgthombre Treyarch's Call of Duty games have increasingly improved since World at War. They really know how to keep the game interesting through innovation and surprising moves and ideas. No one really expected them to add zombies to World at War, but it ended up being one of the best additions to Call of Duty yet.
However, Infinity Ward refuses to realize this and will continue to sit on what they think Call of Duty is. They need to rethink their plans for the series if they want any kind of involvement in the franchise.
@Sgthombre Oh my Lord, if they make Modern Warfare 4, I quit Call of Duty. It had better be freaking amazing
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@buccomatic Yes, but no upgrade in replay value and fun.
@karan_sethi954 @buccomatic CoD already has replay value because its structured for instant satisfaction. You get a kill points pop up, you feel good because your one step closer to getting more points, more guns. Also if adding more modes and a whole new zombies campaign isn't upgrading the replay value and fun then I don't know what to say to ya.
@FusionRain @buccomatic Maybe or maybe not.I'm not saying that you're wrong. You're right about the efficiency of point and kill streak system. Even I enjoyed playing Call of Duty Black Ops and MW3.What I'm saying is that the fun in getting points is only focused on objectives. There's little room for creativity.My overall point is that the game has a great 'replay value', as you said, but that value only gets you playing the game again and again, but doesn't offer you no other fun except the thrill of competition.