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    Navy Seal copypasta is so obvious...


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    If you are looking for a clan and are active player we would like to make it grow more my gamertag is steelers23510


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    Getting a misses and kids is a lot more challenging that COD...


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    We are looking for active player and we are recuiting for Xbox 360 and xbox one hit me up for more info on are clan my gamertag is steelers23510


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    Right iHattor, gamble. even worse people don't even know what the odds are the will get a SHg-14a gun (ex). No clue.Might have to spend crazy amount of money to get the Shg-14a.


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    Unexplained my account of Call of Duty Advance Warfare  was restarted, I lost my stats, emblems and prestige. I have always acted in the best way.

     

    I request you please review my online profile, because I do not think it's fair that some or several bad losers affect me this way, my gamertag is: l Mx I Cobra


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    Classic. That was the first "dirty" show my cousins and I ever watched as kids. Loved it. And we're Americans so it was even better.


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    Grand Master Prestige 3 rank 38.

    A 17 day vet who mostly plays KC...aggressively.

     

    The Elites currently in my Armory are as follows:

    AE4-Gigawatt

    Ameli-Chicanery/Whale Horn

    AMR9-Dynamo/Pro Pipe

    ARX160-Damnation

    ASM1-Strider

    Atlas 20mm-Snapper

    Bal 27-Inferno/Obsidian Steed

    Bulldog-Face Hammer

    EM1-Polar Vortex/Pwner

    HBRa3-Bear Fist/Insanity

    IMR-Boar Strike

    KF5-Breakneck/Spanner

    Lynx-Kingpin

    MK14-Eagle Eye/Eclipse

    Mors-Silver Bullet

    MP11-Goliath/Squeaker

    MP443 Grach- One Wood

    PDW-Chucker

    RW1-Raildriver

    S 12-Tiger Blood

    SAC3-Blood&Glory

    TAC 19-Sledge Hammer

    XMGBread and Butter

     

    I had and immediately sold a bunch of MDLs, Riot Sheilds, Launchers and Crossbows that were solely "Elite" due to cosmetics. I've also sold dozens of duplicates on the above list. I guess the more you own, the easier the duplicates present themselves.

     

    In closing, a few of my Elites are outstanding, the Face Hammer and especially the Goliath(almost 9000 kills-got it early), several are good with the right setup and a lot of them have more issues than benefits. There are plenty of great non-elites that are extremely effective with some complimentary attachments. The ARX Hole Puncher, the ASM1 Magnitude and the HBRa3 Average Joe are just three that I use a lot vs their elite counterparts.


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    i need players that are GOOD and understsnd how to play RANKED


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    I'll give your try outs a try. i'm fairly decent at the game. xbla: HellShotEnvy


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    Ive been wondering if there will be call of duty ghosts 2 because in the end rookie drags him and makes him a federation to destroy the ghosts so will there be a call of duty ghosts 2?


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    I am currently having problems opening supply drops in exo survival. When I play a map weather it is with other people or not. It tells me to hold down X to open supply drop but when I hold down X nothing happens. I could open before now I cant open the supply drops at all. what is going on. It is very frustrating with the amount of bugs in this game, it is horrendous. Why the hell would they releases a game like this... not impressed.  


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  • 04/04/15--23:43: Re: clan members need
  • still looking ???


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    Recently i bought the ascendance dlc and downloaded all the necessary compatibility packs at my friends house, i currently have no wifi at mine. I have to play on local but now whenever i click on exo zombies or any other game mode i get the messages, "searching for new content""new and required content is available, connect to xbox live to download" i already have everything downloaded? Please help.


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  • 04/04/15--23:52: Re: Call of Duty MLG Academy
  • BootLeggerLegitX ... though it may not seem like it, just about every response to your OP is taking your question serious. The main reason why is because of the ongoing eSports effort by Activision that started several years ago - I think it was with Black Ops. The relationship between MLG, Activision, and Microsoft (Xbox & Xbox Live) has been growing at a tepid rate, but growing nonetheless.

     

    For all the ranting and raving about declining sales over the last three titles. First of all, that's technically not accurate. Black Ops II and Ghosts did see year-over-year decline in sales, but Advanced Warfare reversed the trend and saw an increase in sales. That increase did not return overall sales volume to prior Call of Duty glory, but nonetheless you have to acknowledge what really happened in order to figure out is going on with the industry.

     

    That in mind, let's take a step back for a moment and ask exactly what is the "video game industry?" Typically, the Call of Duty community thinks the "industry" includes FPS combat-oriented video games. That description includes non-military-based First Person Shooter games like Grand Theft Auto. However, the "video game industry" is much broader than FPS games. Specifically, it also includes single-player games like Candy Crush, Plants vs. Zombies, and even Call of Duty: Heroes.

     

    It is those latter games where, as a community, Call of Duty is largely missing the boat, in my opinion. Those games have seen a phenomenal increase in popularity over the last several years. And there are numerous really good reasons for the popularity:

     

    - They are free-to-play.

    - They are extremely mobile. People play them on their phones and other mobile devices while on airplanes and more.

    - They have a linear progression that offers "rewards" for completing challenges

    - They are social in that you can talk to friends about them and even trade and gift micro-dlc and other items.

    - They are challenging without creating a hostile, verbally violent atmosphere

    - and, best of all? They offer enormous "streak rewards" that enable players to totally humiliate the machine-opponent.

     

    So that's the first thing to consider when suggesting a major culture change as the OP has done. Granted, the idea is not new and that's what I was trying to convey earlier. The specific idea might be novel, but the conceptual idea is exactly what Activision and other publishing companies have been trying to figure out since 2009's Modern Warfare 2.

     

    The next thing to consider is something that BrainDead6666 pointed out.

    -Put out a product that the paying public will want to see. This brings advertisers.

    Without that?

     

    eSports and a paradigm shift in video gaming culture simply will not happen. XtremeChaos187 suggested that you cannot compare video gaming to "traditional" sports. In a very important way, he's right - right now these are two different worlds and what Activision nor any of its Call of Duty studios can figure out is how to make eSports as widely received as the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, FIFA, etc. But BrainDead6666's observation is the key.

     

    Look, like it or not, every sport amounts to a "show." The rules are set up to encourage players to give the crowds what they like to see ... elegant hoop shots, incredible passes, home runs, a fist-fight on the ice, and nail-biting clench wins. So the first thing eSports is going to have to do is to figure out how to give video gamers an reason to watch. Big-money payouts won't cut it. There has to be a reason I'm going to waste a Sunday afternoon watching other people play Call of Duty instead of playing Call of Duty myself.

     

    Good luck with that. No offense to the OP, but the general response that no one is going to send their kid to college at $50 grand a year to learn how to play video games. That's never going to happen. I mean, if it had a chance of happening, it would already be happening because most parents that are 30 years old or older are the first generations of video gamers. There are folks in these forums that are over 50 years old and are not bashful about admitting they play Call of Duty. It is socially acceptable. These parents would have no hesitation toward letting their kids, even encouraging their kids, to join the UCLA or Texas A&M eSports teams ... yes, if there were full-ride or even partial-ride scholarships available. There aren't any available and there is a reason for that - that reason is exactly what BrainDead6666 pointed out ---- THERE IS NO SHOW.

     

    To create a show, video game makers are going to have to look at the NHRA, NASCAR, Formula One, etc. So are console makers.

     

    What do I mean? I mean they are going to have to let Viagra sponsor a team using Call of Duty as the "car" without making Viagra pay for more than the cost of the games and the consoles. Okay, so you get a limited-production model of the game ... but that game has to be available to the broad market so that ANYONE can sponsor a team. That's the first thing they are going to have to do. The reason they don't do that? Because of our dumbasss copyright laws, that's why. Viagra-be-damned! No way we can let another corporation use our game to make a profit!! Helll to the no!!!

     

    That's issue number one. There's a tone of other things they'll have to do different, as well. Local leagues, a way for talented players to rise up the ranks. For none of this is college necessary. In fact, I know the NFL will take walk-on players who try-out and pass muster. Rare, but it can be done. I would be surprised if other sports don't have similar opportunities. Just because they get 99% of their players from college doesn't mean that's where they come from.

     

    And NASCAR doesn't get ANY drivers from college campuses.

     

    If Activision wants to create a business model that captures customers for life, they are going to have to make Call of Duty a key component of culture. They have broken that barrier but whether or not they can keep it from being more than a passing trend is the big test. I posted earlier this year that one of the things that has been missing with AW and Ghosts were the advertising campaigns seen with MW3 and BO2. They need to market these games to the people already buying the games. Sounds like a waste of money?

     

    Not at all. You're going to have to invest in establishing a culture. You're going to have to see the phrase "Call of Duty" show up in television, movies, commercials for other products, and more on a regular basis. That's how Ford and General Motors became a part of the culture. They provided vehicles for TV shows and movies. Notice Chrysler has been doing that quite a bit in the last several years? They're trying to make "Dodge" and "Chrysler" and "Jeep" as much a part of the culture's natural thought processes as running down to Stop & Go.

     

    All of that in mind, Activision needs to let it be known that they are perfectly fine with entrepreneurial individuals opening local shops that "teach" people how to be better gamers. They need to say, "Hey, we're okay with you using our product to make a buck for yourself." Meh, maybe the small business owner has to pay a small fee. It needs to be small, though. Really small. If that's what the OP is talking about, he has a valid point that should be explored further ... if Activision is serious about making eSports as popular as major, professional sporting venues.


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