Still complaining about that game? Give it up and play something else already...it's not worth it
No longer "Modern" but now "Advanced" Seriously? While the trailer looks pretty cool and it has Kevin Spacey which is a plus, I'm not too keen on the overall look and colours of the game judging by the trailer.
But that's just the single player which I don't bother with so I'll be waiting on some multiplayer news
Don't know whether to call the next CoD House of CoDs or Call of Crysis. In all honesty i think generic crap is pretty accurate. Honestly, looking at the trailer, if CoD was trying to promote the Xbox One with that brief display of graphics and gameplay it wasn't that impressive. Might have done a better job of throwing that system under the bus (even though it is rightly where it should be, as the PS4 is superior in practically every category.) Probably the most surprising thing to me is that Sledgehammer is actually going to make another Call of Duty game after the trainwreck that was Modern Warfare 3. But hey, in the end it doesn't matter, people will still blindly buy it because it has the Call of Duty brand name on it.
Plus, don't generalize about people blindly buying it. It's true that there will be some people who will buy it because it's Call of Duty, but not everyone will think that way. Call of Duty is an easy to pick and play sort of game. You might have trouble the first 10 minutes or so, but it gets to be "fun" for those who have it. Besides, Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer both worked on it, not just one of them.
Oh and yay to the fact that Microsoft again has the CoD DLC one-month exclusivity.
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Obviously too early to tell anything, and besides it's just campaign sh*t not anything really important. I will say this; it looks very similar to BO2's time period (there are a lot of Dragonfire-looking-things in that trailer) and very, to quote SH, "ambitious".
Kevin Spacey is awesome, but still won't even consider the game until at least a week after release
You said "CoD was trying to promote the Xbox One with that brief display of graphics and gameplay it wasn't that impressive. Might have done a better job of throwing that system under the bus (even though it is rightly where it should be, as the PS4 is superior in practically every category.)" - that's why I added the fanboy part. It is true that the PS4, again as I've stated, is technically more capable, the way you're stating it comes off as fanboyism or condescending. While you didn't really put down anyone's choice of console, it could be taken as such with the way you said it. Plus, the game's going to look similar across both consoles, really nothing much will be different except maybe some increased texture resolution and lighting effects.
"Probably the most surprising thing to me is that Sledgehammer is actually going to make another Call of Duty game after the trainwreck that was Modern Warfare 3."
Yeah, I know they're making Advanced Warfare (sounds like a mobile game, if you ask me), but that quote made it seem like you were just attacking Sledgehammer alone, even though it was a collaboration.
And whoa, coming off strongly at the last sentence. I never said I was going against you and your views, just wanted you to not have the discussion end up being about console capabilities and such. If you thought that, then I apologize.
Oh and the reason why CoD always promotes Xbox is due to the agreements between Activision and Microsoft over CoD. That one month DLC exclusivity is one of them and I find that annoying.
From what I saw in the trailer Advance Warfare reminds me of Black Ops 2 to be honest.
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Now, I really hate to say a game will be bad before I know anything about it, but I don't have high hopes for this. While Call of Duty in general is good for mindless fun (and sometimes mindful, don't get me wrong), the last few games have been pretty disappointing.