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- May 1, 2012
The future is about robots and rare earth metals.
wow... awesome interview with the video links and everything... I'm impressed Gamespot. Also maybe i won't skim over this COD game like i planned to... these guys are great at marketing. They get me every year...
.......they are doing some good researches there lol its shocking to know china have all that under its soil....
errr tom clancy future soldier is out now a good 6 months earlier, i think we ll be done with that buy then, ANNND i thought this was sandbox style aka gta ?? am i wrong any comments would be welcomed for knowledge thanx
As an apple pie eating true American patriot, let me be the first one to say "Welcome, my Chinese Overlord". What? I can't do without my iPhone, stop judging me...
I can understand why people will surely find this game enjoyable and I have nothing against anyone that does. However as someone who has been a fan of Call of Duty since the original in 2003, I find it quite disappointing that there exists absolutely nothing which even closely resembles where the franchise started. This will be the first Call of Duty title I will not be buying. Especially since now there exists two games which to be honest, quite frankly are more or less identical. One will just have the edge on an even more unbelievable storyline and setting. Goodbye Call of Duty.
the previous cod: black ops was bad (at least the trailer was intriguing), this one looks even worse from the start.the first impression i got was 'frontlines fuel of war part 2'. treyarch does not have what it takes to make a modern era call of duty game, they should stay away from the development of such titles & hand it to sledgehammer games that fared better. maybe they should focus on shooters with historical conflicts (would like to see a shooter taking place in the korean conflict) to me this is just a blatant attempt to offer an alternative title to the upcoming ghost recon: future soldier by tom clancy.
This game looks interesting and fun. If I were in the habit of buying full price games I'd get this, but I'd much rather wait for it to become a budget price, unfortunately that seems to take forever with CoD titles.
I hope they really do their homework on the whole near-future setting. It seems pretty common for developers in the genre to take a little-known geopolitical factoid (e.g. the U.S. has a lot of oil shale, China has 95%+ of the world's rare earth minerals) and make some B-rate game (Homefront, this game) with a semi-plausible story because they think they're so clever for knowing said factoid.
@cretuvaly This game also takes place during the Russian-American Cold War so maybe that's when you'll be riding horses
So i see.....since in the former black ops they had so many things out of order (i.e weapons pre there time) they go to the future so no one call tell them what was or can be there(with in reason).....clever guys...