Tomorrow is Remembrance Day in Canada, the culmination of a week where we honour those who served so valiantly through the decades and have fought for our freedoms. I humbly thank those who have served in our Military. Such a great sacrifce, it is hard to measure.
Now this week we see the release of Activision’s long-running war series of games, Call of Duty. Call of Duty: World at War initially for me was a no-brainer. I have ben a fan of the series for years and have enjoyed it so much along the way. But after playing the demo I feel so much déjà-vu that I cannot in good conscience, for several reasons, buy this game at this time. As much as I would love to play the campaign co-op other games as of late will step up and fill that void. Also, I really want to revisit Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. I believe that there will be more for me there that the new game, plus the money I save is important to me right now.
So I never say never, but World at War will have to soldier on without me for now.