Added on September 11, 2013
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Call of Duty: Ghosts – New Trailer
Besides the fact that the newest iteration of Call of Duty has dogs in it…as we’ve all seen, it will also have sections of the game take place out in space.
Someone call Sterling Archer, his wildest dreams (other than his awesome spy car and pet ocelot) would be coming true in the newest Call of Duty that launches in November on the 5th. I have to admit, I haven’t played an FPS for some time, but just watching this trailer had me pretty jazzed to give this level a go when I finally get that gaming rig built.
There are many questions about the practicality of having a shootout in space since one errant bullet into the hull of your ship would cause explosive decompression, not to mention the second law of motion as it relates to a weighless astronaut shooting a rifle. Maybe I should just shut up and enjoy playing the game. Let’s do that shall we?
Call of Duty: Ghosts will be available for purchase on November 5, 2013 on current and next-gen consoles. Will you be picking it up?
by Alan Smithee
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