If you'd told me ten years ago that Kevin Spacey and Conan O'Brien would be trading Call of Duty jokes in 2014, over the internet no less, I'd have said, um, no they won't be.
Last week I asked our image manipulation to rectify the egregious lack of actor Kevin Spacey in games other than the new Call of Duty. Now we have too much Kevin Spacey. See for yourself.
If there's one thing I've learned from the regular Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailers we've been getting over the past few months, is that there needs to be more Kevin Spacey in video games. Let's fix that.
In the year 2054, a private military corporation (PMC) emerges with the power to rescue humanity from a war devastated by a global attack on its infrastructure. We've seen the Spacey trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced
Warfighter Warfare. Now let's see what the first three screens can tell us.
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