Call of Duty: Catch Up

Call of Duty: Catch Up


Hi everybody, I’m Chris La Grange from Suggestive
Gaming and I’m here to talk about some Call of Duty Games. So I haven’t played a Call of Duty game
in a while so I’m going to jump right into Call of Duty World War 2, but first here’s
a little history lesson about my previous experience with Call of Duty. [Cat meows in background] Meow. [Cat Meows again] Stop. Man during my blunder years of middle school
I played a ton of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. All those days staying up till two in the
morning ended up to like 40 hours worth of play time. Separated on two accounts. Only reason I did two accounts is so I could
get a better kill death ratio on one of those accounts. Got to have that high k/d. Know what I am saying. I mean, no matter what you thought about call
of duty 4, on the back of the box it even said, “Best game since Zelda Breath of the
Wild.” I mean, what’s not to like? You could play oddball with your fucking Chocabos
and shit. It was great. “Calm down ugh, here” “Tehe, You okay buddy” And then you could run around the map and
basically do whatever you, you could jump on the top of buildings you’re not supposed
to be. It was awesome. Even today I know those super secret glitches. Modern Warfare 2, just wasn’t as good. You had quick scoping. You had unlimited grenade launchers. Super long lunge knifing. I mean the single player was great, but it
didn’t have old school mode I couldn’t do those sick glitches. And after Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops,
I only played a small amount of Modern Warfare 3. I never really got into a Call of Duty game
after that, so here I am trying to get into the next Call of Duty game. Let’s see what it’s like. Let’s see what it provides me. Let’s see what I get out of this game Alright, jumping into some Call of Duty.

4 thoughts on “Call of Duty: Catch Up

  1. I had to refund the game, its not good. The last COD i played was Ghost, and honestly i think for now on i'm done with COD seeing they just aren't what they use to be.

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