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Is There Any Morality In Sitting On Your Couch And Playing Virtual Soldier?

October 28th, 2010 10:18 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

We’re just about two weeks away from the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops, and besides the fact that it’s yet another Call of Duty game (which usually means a decent multi-player mode, and a campaign of varying quality), there’s not a whole lot of “heat” surrounding it. Yes, it’s setting all sorts of pre-order records, and the critical reaction is already largely positive (PSM3 magazine calls it “2010′s top shooter” in its December issue), but there’s no real, I don’t know, excitement surrounding it. That’s my perception, at least. Could it be that Meal of Honor, with its Taliban-infused multi-player, has already exhausted this country’s supply of outrage?

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