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  1. I'd say they're using it just because. I remember for Origins, Treyarch used Vine to release their teasers so I guess they just wanted to add another social media app to their arsenal.
  2. What's up with the person (presumably a little girl) looking at the camera in one sequence and then turning away quickly in another right after
  3. I was playing Origins solo as Dempsey. I hit the box a few times and after awhile I got the ray gun. As I picked it up out of the box, Dempsey said the following quote: "This looks familiar. I think I saw it in a comic book somewhere". This stood out to me like a sore thumb. I did my research and found a comic book author and cover artist by the name of L.B. Cole who created his interesting comics in the 1940s-50s. He's known for using such bright and vivid colors in his covers, but that's not what I'm interested in. I was reading the wiki for him and found this: "As an avid science fiction fan, Cole was known for slipping in sci-fi elements even when they weren't appropriate, such as rocket ships and ray guns appearing on the covers of Captain Flight Comics and Contact Comics. I'll post some of his most interesting covers later, but for now let's talk about the comics themselves. He was known for putting in random rocket ships and ray guns, even though they weren't appropriate to the storyline of the comic. Another thing I wanted to point out is that the Captain Flight and Contact Comics are both based off of contemporary aviation. Aviation. Why is that so important? Well if you look in the sky on Origins, what do you see? That's right: tons of planes flying around. Now, let's see some of his covers. There's a lot of them that I found interesting, including one at the one which ties into the zombies storyline, so just bear with me. This next one is very interesting. Here's some covers from the Captain Flight and Contact Comics. Here is a comic where our hero, Blue Bolt, is holding a "ray gun". And then we have this last one. This is the most interesting to me, because it easily ties into the storyline of Zombies. What I'm about to go in-depth about does contain spoilers, READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! So here we have what seems to be a detective (the one in the trench coat) holding people, or characters, of what could be the storyline behind that edition of that comic. But, he's holding the characters like they're his toys, like puppets. Now, why could this tie into the storyline? Take a good look at our detective, and just imagine if he was replaced with Samantha or Eddie, and he or she is holding characters to the zombies storyline. And at the top instead of 'Suspense', it says 'Origins'. See, this makes sense because in our ending cutscene to the Origins easter egg, Sam and Eddie (both as little kids) are playing with toy versions of the zombies characters, zombies, and even a rocket like the one on the map 'Ascension'. I thought this was very interesting since this isn't the first time we've experience comic books in zombies. Remember when the single-player team hid several images around Mob of the Dead which would create this final image? Hope you guys enjoyed my little easter egg-type theory that much of Origins was based off of L.B. Cole's work. This is my first in-depth theory I've posted here and I hope you enjoyed the read. If you want to read up on L.B. Cole, here's the wiki for him: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._B._Cole. Thanks again. -SaggyBerries
  4. When I first found out that there was an ending cutscene, I was happy that so many questions will be answered. Now that we've completed it, I have even more questions...
  5. I see what you mean, but what if the DG-1 wasn't a flawed version of the DG-2? What if the DG-1 was an idea for the Wunderwaffe that just wasn't distributed, so by this I mean it could have a similar effect as the DG-2, it would just look different. For example, here are some pics of what the 31-79 JGb215 (Shrink Ray from Shangri-La) was supposed to look like and what different effects it would have. For some reason you have to open each image in a new tab if you want to see the full picture.
  6. There is a slight chance that we will be seeing the 4 DLC maps from Black Ops (Ascension, Call of the Dead, Shangri-La, and Moon) released for Black Ops 2, similar to what they did with Nuketown. Think about it; Nuketown was given to those who got the Hardened Edition of Black Ops 2, but was released publicly for $5 (400 Microsoft Points). I wouldn't be surprised if they released the 4 maps for $20 (1600 Microsoft Points) to the public. Also, if these maps were released do you think they would be destroyed just like the Black Ops 2 maps(obviously Moon wouldn't be destroyed)?
  7. One question I've wanted to know the answer to for awhile now is why in the MOTD trailer does one zombie have yellow eyes, but the rest have red?
  8. 3 perks you would choose to have alongside Jugg.
  9. Before, one of the steps to the Maxis side of the Die Rise easter egg was to revive Russman as Stuhlinger with an upgraded Ballistic Knife. We proved it wrong in the following video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xC_m2bL-sM
  10. Before, one of the steps to the Maxis side of the Die Rise easter egg was to revive Russman as Stuhlinger with an upgraded Ballistic Knife. We proved it wrong in the following video. watch?v=6xC_m2bL-sM
  11. I feel like the earlier rounds are harder than the later ones since it just takes a little time or me to get set with everything. it's smooth sailing from there on out.
  12. My GT is SaggyBerries. I did it with MrRoflWaffles so when he uploads the guide you'll see it then. I post it to my theater as an edited clip when I get home at around 2:30 EST
  13. My friends and I were doing the ballistic knife part to the Maxis EE, and proved that ANY character can have the Krauss. Also, you DO NOT have to revive Russman. It just has to be shot (in what seems to be the bottom floor of the Buddha room) a total of 3 times. Try it out for yourselves guys. I'm not making this up.
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