In case you haven't heard, we now have 4,000 pages thanks to someRead more >
noobpro spammingcreating a bunch of pages a few hours ago. What was the 4,000th page you ask?You probably didn't ask but I say you did It was Town Square, a map from Call of Duty 2: Big Red One. So yea, go spam that noob'spro's talk page with lulz or something...and drop by the War Room plz, we have discussions that need discussing.
The good ol' boys and girls at Activision have some things that want to let you know about, specifically just how successful Modern Warfare 3 is. I was going to make some little blurb about the image this wiki is cited 3 times. Leave your thoughts on this in the comments.
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So, remember that thing that got beta tested earlier this year with Black Ops? Well according to Beachhead Studio Head Chacko Sunny, it won't be launching on the PC on the official launch date due to concerns about making sure no one has an unfair advantage; especially when it comes to winning prizes like Jeeps and expensive trips.
But don't fret PC gamers! They're hard at work to get it up and running as soon as possible.
So what are your opinions on this?
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As many of you know, and Activision are having a bit of a flame war amongst themselves. While that is something we can not control (since you know, we can't delete the stuff they say) we can however control the flame warring here and I am reminding everyone about this wiki's stance against flame warring for or against Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 specifically as well as any other flame war topics.
It ain't ok and regardless that grown men and women who represent large companies bicker like educated dicks, it will not be tolerated here at all. Do not bother trying to start a flame war, there's a whole group of people along with Administrators and Bureaucrats who all can delete comments.
Everyone here is free to express their opinions, that i…Read more >
Sources. Also known as references, proof or "sauce/sause" by some . When a new product is announced or hinted at by developers, people will often scour the internet for any info they can find. While finding new info on said product prior to its release and adding it to its respective article is appreciated, the time spent is in vain if the source is not placed within the article. Why? Because the info will more than likely be removed/deleted on the basis that:
1. It could be flat out lies."Captain Price kills Makarov in Modern Warfare 2."Read more >
2. Speculation. Which is generally a "no no" in articles."MacMillan may kill Makarov in Modern Warfare 2."
3. Possibly Leaked, which due to an incident involving a certain developer/publisher is not allowed.…