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27. Re: Black Ops II Sells $1B in 15 Days Dec 5, 2012, 13:35 The Half Elf
Porn-O-Matic wrote on Dec 5, 2012, 13:22
: What do the CoD games (in single player) and the movie "Avatar" have in common?
A: They're both an assault on the senses that play exactly the same each and every time.

Q: What's the difference between the CoD games (single player OR multiplayer) and the movie "Avatar"?
A: Avatar is still 100x times more entertaining.

MW3 was such a cloistered bunch of linear, rail-shooter bullshit that the idea of another CoD game makes me physically ill. But, hey, it's not like console gamers have a single fucking clue what makes a great game, so they readily gobble down more of the same dilluted crap... over and over and over and over... while companies like EA grin from ear to ear, saying, "Thanks for your college tuition money! It's not like you were going to get a worthwhile education anyway." [/quote:

I have to disagree on Avatar being entertaining. First time I saw it (in IMAX 3D) I was literally watching the CGI and totally ignored the story. Second time I saw it at home and actually 'watched' the movie and thought it was extremely lackluster and a blatant Pocahontas rip-off.
In the CoD series, on Airport with my 'Turtle/Shield' build I have fond memories of working my way along the map being a shield for my teammates behind me and and beating the hell out of people with said shield. THAT was entertaining.
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