Dreadlocked Demon wrote:cod fails in comparison to uncharted 2 online. I remember when Cod4MW and Uncharted 2 came out at the same time it used to be a rivalry over which game was better.The first person who shoots 1st kills 1st that is COD and the 3rd person 1st person shooting masterpiece that is Uncharted 2. Uncharted 2 really flew under the radar until it got all those awards.Uncharted 3 is gonna blow COD back to where it belongs. I tried out COD MW2 for the hell of it with Gamefly and its a standard shooter,nothing really new in any game they make now its just a known franchise like Pokemon. Trust me if u try out Uncharted 3 and then play COD4 mw 3 u will never touch cod agian.
According to preliminary sales figures from Activision, Modern Warfare 2 sold approximately 4.7 million units in both the United States and the UK in the first 24 hours of its release. The total revenue from first day sales in the U.S. and the UK was $310 million, making Modern Warfare 2 the biggest entertainment launch in history, surpassing in revenue its predecessor, Grand Theft Auto IV, as well as items from other media types. After five days of sales, the game had earned revenue figures of $550 million worldwide. As of January 18, 2010, it has taken over $1 billion in sales. Activision also claims that Modern Warfare 2 had 8 million players online within the first five days, constituting the largest 'army' of players in the world. On March 8, 2010, Robert Bowling announced that the game had amassed 25 million unique players.
According to the NPD Group, Modern Warfare 2 sold approximately 4.2 million units for the Xbox 360 and 1.87 million units for the PlayStation 3 in the U.S. during the month of November 2009. In Japan, Modern Warfare 2 sold 64,000 copies for the PlayStation 3 and 42,000 copies for the Xbox 360 in its first week of sales. The game later sold 117,000 copies on the PlayStation 3 and 61,000 on the Xbox 360. Anita Frazer of the NPD Group reported in March 2010 that the game had sold slightly under 10 million copies in the U.S. alone.
NPD Group's sales data shows that Uncharted 2 was the top-selling game in the United States for October 2009, at about 537,000 units sold, while Media Create's sales data has Uncharted 2 selling 47,000 units for its first day in Japan. Phil Rosenberg of SCE says the game has crossed the one million sold mark on November 12, 2009. According to gaming analyst Jesse Divnich, Uncharted 2 is the third first-party title on the PlayStation 3 to sell over 1 million units in North America. As of February 2010, the game has sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide, becoming the fastest selling first-party title on any PlayStation platform. Uncharted 2 is now part of Sony's selection of Greatest Hits. On 28 September 2010, Naughty Dog announced the title had now sold 3.8 million worldwide.
crazyhinduman wrote:Great just what the world needs. Another rehash of Call of Duty so Infinity Ward/Activision can get more money.
By this point, Infinity Ward/Activision can release any piece of garbage, name it Call of Duty X, and then reap the benefits from the nut hugging fanboys that still pay a full $60 for these games.
Don't get me wrong, I love the Call of Duty franchise. And I've owned a ton of COD games (COD 1, 2, 4, MW2, BO) but this shit is getting riduculas. They changed next to nothing in Call of Duty Black Ops (other than some balance issues in MP), and I just can't see why some1 would pay the full price tag for any other new COD game. Luckily, I got BO for $30 but seriously, ppl will buy anything with name power to it, and its to the point where Infinity Ward doesn't need to innovate and instead just profits through their asshole while all these f*cking fanboys keep defending anything with the name COD
But I guess we will see more when E3 comes around. If there seems to be legit/innovating changes, then i'll bump this thread with my apologies
thevillain wrote:UPDATE: New Gamplay Trailer Released !!!
thevillain wrote:SHIIIIIIIIIT SOME BAAAAD NEWS
Do we have to pay for MW3 Multiplayer ?!?!?!
In an interview, Activision Chief Executive Bobby Kotick said he isn't worried about pushback from gamers about the Call of Duty Elite fee because players will still be able to compete against each other online without subscribing to the service. While he is coy about many of the offerings that will be included in the service, Mr. Kotick said Call of Duty Elite, and the customer-service operation that will be needed to support it, wouldn't be possible if the service was free. "This is an enormous investment," he said.
The Oct wrote:Battlefield 3 sucks
crazyhinduman wrote:In an interview, Activision Chief Executive Bobby Kotick said he isn't worried about pushback from gamers about the Call of Duty Elite fee because players will still be able to compete against each other online without subscribing to the service. While he is coy about many of the offerings that will be included in the service, Mr. Kotick said Call of Duty Elite, and the customer-service operation that will be needed to support it, wouldn't be possible if the service was free. "This is an enormous investment," he said.
If you want the extra stuff, you will have to pay a fee. If you only wanna play online, then you don't.
TheDemon305 wrote:The Oct wrote:Battlefield 3 sucks
any 5 year old can pick up and destroy.The game sucks d*ck compared to Battlefield.
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