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  1. Something I missed on my first watch through, the class. EDIT: Class names in the trailer are Youtuber puns. Iamelectro and the other I have seen so far is mostly use me blade. On a side note, eSports.
  2. They could put the game on two discs . I would love to see a CoD game actually take advantage of the PS3's Bluray capacity.
  3. Lets not kid ourselves, we are all in it for the horses(and jets).
  4. Or most likely talking about taking a grenade or two to the body :P
  5. Also, guys remember Treyarch wouldn't ever let their fans down. Only Activision would do that. ... Treyarch is essentially ATVI. Aside form that, BlackOpsTiger, I like your idea (or more of a prediction) of how the game will start out.
  6. For some people (Australia I believe) the timer has ran out but nothing happened. So my best guess is that a trailer will be uploaded/made public about half an hour before the TV reveal in the United States.
  7. The the illumaniti is not a group per say. The word is just used to reference to top group. Oh, and yes, there is fluoride in the water along with a few other chemicals I am not able to recall at the moment.
  8. Well it does say that the last piece is the trailer right there in that facebook post. If they all open tomorrow ... the site will crash. :P
  9. I LOVE BRITISH PEOPLE!!!! Ok, creepiness over... I still think it's the HK45c. Nah, the HK is way too small, the gun in the picture seems to be the size of a Desert Eagle.
  10. I see a US flag patch and that's it. Looks like a Colt but I'm probably wrong. It's an HK45. The HK45 started development in 2001, which gives us a more accurate date. Not an HK. rails on the bottom are too small compared to the picture.
  11. Not blotches of blood. It is just color correction at it's finest.
  12. Just because something went public in the 2000's does not necessarily mean it wasn't being developed or in extensive testing for 20-30 years.
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