Activision Doesn’t Believe Call Of Duty Is Copy/Pasted Every Year
There’s nothing quite like a good, long laugh to start a blue Monday off with, and I have Activision to thank for that.
Adding more fuel to one of my favourite rage topics, Activision’s Social Media Manager, Dan Amrich, recently responded to a number of negative comments made on the PlayStation Blog regarding the Call of Duty franchise.
In response to one such comment slating Call of Duty for being the same thing every year, Amrich stated:
“That said, if you do not feel Call of Duty is worth your time or money, I totally respect that. A lot of other people (myself included) enjoy playing the game and feel the maps are worth their asking price. But we all make different decisions, because there are a lot of different kinds of gamers out there.”
“I don’t think the games are copy/pasted every year either, but maybe it’s all in what you are looking for in a game.
Amrich also had this to say to a commenter complaining that the sequel to Modern Warfare 3 would just be the same thing again.
“You don’t have to like what CoD is every year, but to say now “it’s going to be the same thing” seems pretty unfair. Better to wait and see what’s on tap before you make up your mind. If MW2 was all you needed, that’s fine too.”
Oh come now, Activision. We’re all grown-ups here.