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im too the point where activison will never see a penny from me again. They really need to dump bobby quick.
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So around $4-5 bucks for brand new maps, DLC, and other stuff each and every month.

It actually doesn't sound too bad, they're not charging to play the actual multiplayer or anything, just for a few perks. It doesn't seem to be REQUIRED to play it which is good.

It'll succeed, just like World of Warcraft did. And considering that COD has a much bigger fanbase than WOW, it'll make Activision millions.

I'll definitely consider it
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Not surprising at all.

Back to CoD4, the only CoD that got it perfectly
Disagree. Game needed a Promod to even be considered for competitive play.

I considered CoD2 the last decent game in the franchise.
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Called it back in 2007.
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I have no words... <-- except those
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Disagree. Game needed a Promod to even be considered for competitive play.

I considered CoD2 the last decent game in the franchise.
And even cod2 was a so-so game.
Campaign = long and boring, same stuff just different accent.
Multiplayer was OK, nothing amazing though.
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"hyper-realistic combat-simulation game."

Yeah, just like everyone else I had to quote this.
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So basically, console users have to pay for MW3 monthly on top of paying for XBOX live on top of paying for wireless while having a crappy console?

LOL sucks to be them.
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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...423496054.html

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Activision Blizzard Inc. plans to launch an online service called Call of Duty Elite this fall that will work with the next major edition of the game, "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3," and future installments of the hyper-realistic combat-simulation game. In a move industry executives describe as a first, Activision plans to charge a monthly subscription fee for the service, which will provide extra content that isn't offered on game discs sold in stores, including downloadable map packs that give players new "Call of Duty" levels to play.



...........................hyper-realistic combat-simulation game

It's actually sad to be into video games anymore. This is just getting ridiculous.
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