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#117 - World at War for the win. WaW FTW!  [+] (17 replies) 01/26/2013 on Cod Prod 0
#132 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
Fun fact: WaW was actually the first entry in the Black Ops series.
#187 - doctorstein (01/27/2013) [-]
Why was this thumbed down? It's as if some dumb fucks are taking it as you insulting one of the best CoD games around. It's better than Black Cocks 2, that's for sure.
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#206 - Crusader (01/27/2013) [-]
I thumbed him down, it wasn't because I thought he was being offensive.
It's because WaW is not the first game in the Black Ops series.
If it were, there would be more continuity between the two, rather than a few characters.
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#166 - nuclearnarwhal (01/27/2013) [-]
I like that, and it proves how CoD fans are easily entertained. WWII Reznov was seen as just another Russian soldier, but in Black Ops he was seen as something much greater: a fucking savior. Leave it to Treyarch to make a good game for once, then fuck up the series's multiplayer in the most recent game. I like the WaW multiplayer, if it wasn't for all the damn modders.
#169 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
WW2 Reznov was an quite inspirational figure, he was just given more prominence to story in BO, whereas Petrenko got the spotlight in WaW. He rallied men around himself and Petrenko by making Petrenko out to be the savior. In fact, I'm pretty sure somewhere in BO he tells you about how he was inspired by Petrenko to be the leader he is.
#173 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
First line: secondary antagonist
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#170 - nuclearnarwhal (01/27/2013) [-]
I can't look it up atm, but you are most likely right. I think it should have been Krevchenko who was the main villain in Black Ops, though. Dude's bad ass as fucking flaming fuck.
#178 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
sorry, accidentally replied to myself there. But yea, I'm 100% certain that it was Dragovich.
#134 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
Haha, you're butthurt about that? It's a direct fucking prequel to Black Ops. Remember Reznov? He was one of the most prominent characters in both games.
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#138 - Crusader (01/27/2013) [-]
Yes, but that doesn't mean that WaW was a prequel, it just means that they take place in the same universe, Star Wars KotOR uses characters that are then mentioned in other Star Wars media, does that mean that they are all direct sequels? no.
WaW was a game simulating many of the battles of WW2, BO and BO2 are both games that have fictional characters and occurences.
You can't say WaW is a direct sequel because he is in both.
Because Treyarch themselves have said, "WaW and the Black Ops games are separate"
#165 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
-Same story arc = direct prequel
-gonna need some sauce on that quote
-the cod wiki says you're wrong, however, and makes no indication that your statement holds any water
-more than the fact that Reznov is in both games ties them together. WaW made a point of how Dragovitch (the main antagonist of BO) and Reznov were at each other's throats as early as the battle of stalingrad.
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#188 - Crusader (01/27/2013) [-]
I never said it was the same story arc, I said same universe.
Iron man and Hulk are in the same universe and have many characters that interact, but one is not a sequel to another.
Yes, characters carry over, but it is not a direct sequel as the game does not carry over directly.
If it was a direct sequel then it would focus on the same main character, the same antagonist or the same story.
Modern warfare 2 is a direct sequel to Modern Warfare, because it is the same characters, same bad guy, and the same story.
WaW has one main character in common, different enemies and a different story than Black Ops.
It is sequel, but not a direct one, it is partial, as only half the main characters are even mentioned.
#195 - anon (01/27/2013) [-]
-Dragovich vs Reznov was a large plot point in WaW, and was the entire plot of BO.
-You didn't say they were the same story arc, the game did.
-I guess SW ep 4 isn't a sequel to ep 3, since they have different main characters
-WaW has one of the secondary antagonists, and both of the main characters in the Soviet campaign in common
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#205 - Crusader (01/27/2013) [-]
Dragovich was not part of any plot point in WaW, the only thing he did was not send reinforcements at the very end of the game, not very big.
SW ep 4 does have the same main characters
It is a continuation of what happens after the climax of ep 3
WaW made quick mention of one of the antagonists and features 2/6 "Main characters"
As I said, it is a sequel, but not a direct one.
If it turned out Mason was the son of Miller from WaW, I would see it as more of a direct sequel, but as it stands, half the story from WaW is irrelevant to BO, and therefore, it is not a direct sequel.
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#210 - Crusader (01/27/2013) [-]
If you wanted to go as far as to say Dragovich is in both, even though he is briefly mentioned at the end, then I would say
Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru
The clones
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#211 - Crusader (01/27/2013) [-]
Definition of Consider - To think about
- To think carefully about
- A carefully thought about OPINION
And the thing about Opinion, is that it cannot be wrong as long as it can be supported.
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#126 - catsgomeowalot (01/27/2013) [-]
yes brother!
#28 - Stewart's kinda cute in this. She usually looks and acts like …  [+] (1 reply) 01/10/2013 on Dat Look +37
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#62 - buttgauges (01/11/2013) [-]
It's funny because in the picture she's in character of her role in the runaways in which she was a major druggy.