This could only come from the great laboratory of death known as free-for-all in a multiplayer shooter. Given enough matches, enough combatants and enough button-spamming, you'll inevitably discover that a bouncing betty to the face is a one-hit kill Call of Duty: Black Ops II—without detonating.
A tipster sends along that picture of that GameStop poster, advertising Call of Duty: Black Ops' third map pack, titled "Annihilation." June 28 appears to be the release date.
Kotaku commenter Goldwings is having problems connecting to mutliplayer games in Call of Duty: Black Ops for the PlayStation 3, so he voices his displeasure in video form in today's Speak-Up on Kotaku.
A real-world tragedy is a triumph for Activision and developer Treyarch. Dutch infographic makers Spijkermat average the stats from Call of Duty: Black Ops' multiplayer lobby in order to paint this grim picture of death and destruction.