I was wondering if Infinity Ward was going to implement a graphic content option for Ghosts. I can take violence and even foul language, but when I saw that strip club in the multiplayer map Octane(big signs all around the building) I was pretty disappointed, I mean, I don't mind if they have it on emblems, but to display it right in your face the entire time your on the map was utterly disappointing. I know there are other people who would agree with me on this issue, please keep any junk out of the game. Or at least put in a graphic content option, Infinity Ward, you could probably make a lot more $. Think $$$$$$$$$.
But that's the entire point I'm making. Some people don't find it offensive, others do. I know Infinity Ward won't please everyone, but this is one of those issues I think they need to look into. I mean, if they'll take down a map in mw2 because someone complained about a little qoute on a picture in a bathroom, think of what they'll do when someone complains about a building with three signs saying"Nude Girls".
Nude girls? Pretty sure every dude that isn't gay says something along those lines at least once a day. You're really concerned about a sign saying nude girls when the game has oh idk.....Killing, being stabbed in the heart, attack dogs that rip out your throat, gunships raining down 120 mm bullets that explode on impact, etc.... your biggest concern is really a sign saying nude girls, which isn't offensive to anyone that isn't a pre pube?
What is Call of Duty: Killing, being stabbed in the heart(or back) attack dogs rip out your throat, gunships raining down 120mm bullets that explode on impact, etc.... THAT IS WHAT CALL OF DUTY IS ALL ABOUT, I like that,(in fact i think that is why people play the game), What Call of Duty is not about is unicorns and sexuality. Watch the Octane Multiplayer gameplay footage, see how many times you see the strip club, it's like having to live next to one.
Women rule the World.
I've enjoyed many a good lap-dance (am I allowed to post that?)
Violence is the true Evil of this World (that's why we pretend), Attraction is fine and dandy as long as nobody gets seriously offended.
Ok Call of Duty is all about Warfare or "violence", if you find violence offending I don't know why your even playing Call of Duty in the first place. What I don't get is why they would put something in that is 21+ in it's a game for 17+.