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Old 29th August 2013, 10:23   #1
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Default Activision Boss Likes Annualized Call of Duty Games

As shocking as it may seem, game companies like cranking out yearly installments of thier (insert franchise) games because they make billions off people that line up buy anything with (insert franchise) on the box. Whoddathunkit? There's demand and excitement each and every time out. Then people are playing throughout the year. We have our biggest community of players today. Right now there are more people playing Call of Duty today than ever, which is remarkable for a franchise that's been around as long as Call of Duty has. But, we don't take anything for granted.

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