We all know how the Call of Duty franchise works. November comes around and one of the now three developers puts out the latest Call of Duty game. We see many different variations of the game sold, bundled with knick knacks and other cool toys that appeal to the most hardcore of fans. They are great side items and usually accent a part of the new main game. But what if the gamers would rather just have the add on instead of the actual game? One of our editors, Brian, spoke yesterday about how Activision is bundling its next game ... Read More »
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