What Every Call Of Duty Fan Thinks About Every Call Of Duty Game

Die. Respawn. Die. Repeat.

Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Multiplayer

Call of Duty, as a franchise, will always remind me of Agent Smith from The Matrix. It's powerful, it's ever-growing in power, size, and scope with each passing installment and it is, for better or worse, inevitable.

Like clockwork, the Call Of Duty franchise will hold our wallets to ransom and then teabag them for good measure, and while the series might have spent a few years middling in the doldrums, over the last few instalments it's been on something off a killstreak of its own.

You cannot deny the sense of awe that these titles create with their over the top action set-pieces, nor that the franchise has pretty much designed and perfected the twitch reaction gunplay that it's famous for, and each and every year millions of people swarm the internet to do battle online.

And it's this rabid fanbase that we're going to be focusing on today, as while it might be easy to scoff at the fanbase being nothing more than a group of hyper pre-teens running on a diet of Mountain Dew and Doritos, we tend to forget that the series has been going since 2003, and therefore is actually comprised of two very distinct groups: The aforementioned baby boom tubers and the old grizzled vets of the PC era.

So it begs the question, what do these fans think of the games from their favorite franchise?

Well, let's find out.


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18. Call Of Duty (2003)

Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Multiplayer

*Farts loudly*

Aaaaaaaaah the purest essence. Perfectly balanced multiplayer. Outstandingly addictive.

Would you care for some?

*Farts louder*


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