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Call of Duty Dominates CoD Live on CoD 360 from MicroCoD

Posted on Friday, December 2 @ 13:22:58 Eastern by

If you didn't already know, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is sitting pretty on the Xbox Live Activity Charts. It's up there. It's cousin Black Ops is right behind it. Yup... Throw a fucking parade why don't you.

Still, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim sits at Number 3 and Battlefield 3 at Number 4. The rest of this list is a hodge-podge of the usual suspects. I just wish there was some change in these figures on a week to week basis.

When Nintendo Power ran their Most Wanted and Most Played lists at the end of every reader-mail section, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past sat on top of the SNES Most Played charts for years and years... until that feature was cut.

What's the fucking point if there's absolutely no change in these lists? Why bother reporting the statistics if it's the same thing every damn week?


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