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Sunday, October 10, 2010
Call of Duty DS Studio Still On Its Feet...Does Anyone Even Care?
If a DS game launches, but no one is around to give a hoot, does it really hit store shelves? OK...ok! I'll honorably admit, I may tend to be a smidgen biased toward the "Who Gives A Crap" stance within the realm of DS releases, but I just couldn't let that gem of a line fly under the radar. Appreciated or unwanted douche-baggery aside, the studio's CEO, Dan O'Leary, recently shot down rumors claiming the Call of Duty: Black Ops' hand held version now lies in the grave. Boasting, "n-Space is down, but definitely not out," O'Leary identified mass personnel layoffs were "unavoidable" on Friday, but optimistically stated that a negotiation process is underway in the effort to hire back the 70-90 employees given the sack. Given the absolute horse-shit nature of today's economy, it seems the "middle" class of gaming sits in dire straights, holding on for dear, dear life...*cough pull the plug cough* Again, excuse my slant. In other, exceedingly interesting news, tune into ESPN tomorrow night at 8:30 p.m. to catch the Black Ops deput trailer during the Monday Night Football game. We can only hope it features the "BONG" noise as the MW2 reveal did. Enjoy your excruciating hand cramps while you can DS fanatics.