Amazon says interest in Black Ops II has already gone ballistic, as the number of gamers who have placed orders for the game in the first 24 hours outnumbers the equivalent figure for its 2010 predecessor three to one. The minute Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops II was announced this week, it was always expected to smash the …
I heartily await
"Modern Warfare: My Little Pony"
Re: I heartily await
Been done... http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6685894/call%20of%20cutie.jpg
Is it just me, or....
that rifle in the pic looks quite like the SCAR in Crysis 1
£42 that far in advance?!
My Diablo III pre order on Amazon is £10 cheaper than the current price (pre-ordered in June 2010), and if you get in early you tend to get quite a discount on Amazon... is it really going to be going for £50! Has the RRP gone up?
Looks like £34.97 for PC, which is still stupidly high and is sure to be undercut by the supermarket chains nearer to release.
I'll stick with BF3 on PC I reckon, despite the bugs and the cheats.
The game is released and everyone is disappointed that it was slapped together with old glue, and everyone complains that the game is just a mod of 10 year old technology.
THAT'S IT I MEAN IT THIS TIME, I AM NOT BUYING THE NEXT COD WHEN IT COMES OUT!
... oh look a new COD... holy crap it has a helicopter and guns from the future! PREORDERED :smug:
Give it another 10 years and this franchise might evolve into Unreal Tournament 1999.
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