COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby Musashi1596 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:41 am

Milone wrote:Me! because I'm looking forward to a COD game with no wall running bs.
This seems to be the general consensus.

Anybody else getting a New Coke vibe?
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby LivingSky » Thu Aug 17, 2017 8:12 pm

Musashi1596 wrote:
Milone wrote:Me! because I'm looking forward to a COD game with no wall running bs.
This seems to be the general consensus.

Anybody else getting a New Coke vibe?


I don't even know what that means...
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby Musashi1596 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 8:28 pm

LivingSky wrote:
Musashi1596 wrote:
Milone wrote:Me! because I'm looking forward to a COD game with no wall running bs.
This seems to be the general consensus.

Anybody else getting a New Coke vibe?


I don't even know what that means...

In April 1985, the once dominant Coca Cola company was beginning to lose its ground in the soft drink market to other competitors. So they retooled the original recipe, and replaced regular Coke with 'New Coke'.

It was a huge failure, everybody hated it. Within months, it was pulled, and original Coke was brought back. People were so pleased that the original Coke was back in town that sales soared and it ultimately worked out very well.

Now, some people claim that it was a deliberate ploy, to boost sales by withdrawing something people liked from the market, increasing demand for when it was reintroduced. Others say it was to disguise the transition from cane sugar to the inferior high fructose corn syrup.

Can you see how Call of Duty fits this analogy?
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby LivingSky » Thu Aug 17, 2017 9:23 pm

Yes, Also thank you for the history lesson. Now this is what I wish I learned on high school.
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby Mi2Lethal » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:03 am

Anyone want to try the WW2 beta but doesn't have a code, just make a Hong Kong PSN account, its currently free in its playstion store.
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby jloco11 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:01 pm

Mi2Lethal wrote:Anyone want to try the WW2 beta but doesn't have a code, just make a Hong Kong PSN account, its currently free in its playstion store.


Will it be in Chinese? :mrgreen:
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby Mi2Lethal » Fri Aug 25, 2017 6:23 pm

jloco11 wrote:
Mi2Lethal wrote:Anyone want to try the WW2 beta but doesn't have a code, just make a Hong Kong PSN account, its currently free in its playstion store.


Will it be in Chinese? :mrgreen:


No! are you disappointed? :-D

Also this is obvious but i forgot to mention it before, once you download it with the new account you can just play it on your usual account.
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Re: COD WWII - Will it bring anyone back into the fold?

Postby antbowman97 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:35 pm

Yeah I'll play it i'm still a fan of call of duty even if its been crap the last couple of years
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