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Posted on Tuesday, July 29 @ 12:30:00 PST by


Call of Duty has a huge following but I wonder if Kevin Spacey's reading of the lines in this new story-focused trailer doesn't sound a little too cheesy for its own good. "We don't need Congress," is now my new response for everything.

You could ask me anything about the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer you see above and my response might be the same. You could even ask me if I'm going to go see Call of Duty's multiplayer modes in August and I'd say "I don't know!" but I would quickly follow that up with "We don't need Congress."

Listen, business man Kevin, I don't care. If you want us to invent more money for you, you're going to have to deal with congress. Anyway, I am going to see the multiplayer version of the game in August so follow GameRevolution for more Call of Duty details as they drop onto hydraulically reinforced exo-skeletal legs.
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