Neoseeker : News : Ex-Infinity Ward heads form Respawn Entertainment, partner with EA
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Shane Apr 12, 10
BRILLIANT. Hahahahahah.
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bruceleethree Apr 12, 10
This is pretty funny. I hope they make something other than the same experience we've had the last 6 years.
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ShadowJ Apr 12, 10
Ok who's willing to bet that over the next coming months, Respawn will nab the IW workers
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electriczap4 Apr 12, 10
IW, buh-bye. [15 character filler]
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blazeboy11 Apr 12, 10
quote electriczap4
IW, buh-bye. [15 character filler]
And good riddance.
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sonyandnintendorule Apr 12, 10
I sense respawn entertainment and Dice possibly working together on a project in the future...
... well no I don't have spider senses but it would be awesome if RE and DICE one day worked together

NEW RELEASE: Battleffield of Modern Warfare 3:... 'Splosions!!!
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Lorx Apr 12, 10
quote sonyandnintendorule
I sense respawn entertainment and Dice possibly working together on a project in the future...
... well no I don't have spider senses but it would be awesome if RE and DICE one day worked together

NEW RELEASE: Battleffield of Modern Warfare 3:... 'Splosions!!!
Not sure if want, I love Battlefield, but dislike MW.

quote ShadowJ
Ok who's willing to bet that over the next coming months, Respawn will nab the IW workers
I would laugh. Maybe then Activision will realize they made a tad bit of a mistake?
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chautemoc Apr 12, 10
There's a fair chance even if they left, Activision will still make a bajillion dollars on the other 65 Call of Duty titles it's putting out the next few years. Only way they'll learn is if they lose money -- a lot of money.

I'd hope gamers will wise up and get sick of the series (as it is) soon, but judging by the huge success of the MW2 map pack, I've got little of that.
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ShadowJ Apr 13, 10
quote chautemoc
There's a fair chance even if they left, Activision will still make a bajillion dollars on the other 65 Call of Duty titles it's putting out the next few years. Only way they'll learn is if they lose money -- a lot of money.

I'd hope gamers will wise up and get sick of the series (as it is) soon, but judging by the huge success of the MW2 map pack, I've got little of that.
Well of course they will, new gamers to the franchise will pick up the games and I'm sure old vets of the franchise will have a peek at what they are up too but I doubt it will gain the same fanbase that MW and MW2 gained.

MW2 shown the max strain you can put on a fanbase before they snapped, sure the game hit milestones and did very well but not before BFBC2 came in to take the spotlight and steal the player base. Now with 2 head honchos partnering with EA with according to them "owning the rights to their games, pretty much unlimited funds, space to do whatever they wish etc" I think Activision will need to either pull something out of their ass pretty damn fast or find a different money making route

Funny how when Activision merged with Blizzard, that a MMORPG maker puts the boot in on the FPS franchise...not saying it is Blizzard's fault but people do seem to forget that it is "Activision Blizzard" now and not "Activision" or "Blizzard"
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