Next Call of Duty Comming to Wii

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We’re finally getting some more information on the new Call of Duty title. Very few new details(if you can call them that); we now know that the next Call of Duty title will shoot it’s way to the Wii, PS2, Xbox 360, PS3, and personal computer.

I don’t think Activision can release a Call of Duty 5 without leaving those living in the Nintendo-only universe dazed and confused, oh wait it was release on the Nintendo DS. I can’t help but think that Nintendonians will feel like they weren’t invited to last years Christmas party; some may hold a grudge and not go to this years party, will others will just be happy they were invited this year shindig. There’s only one way for Activision to combat this, branch of into anther sub-franchise or give it a subtitle, like all franchise inevitably transform due to cross-platform issues; Medal of Honor, Burnout, Hitman, Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, Tony Hawk, Brothers in Arms, Mario Bros., Twisted Metal, Sonic, Battlefield, and Mega Man, to name a few.

Activision is also telling us that the Tony Hawk franchise will heading in a “new direction” (maybe not as different of a direction Tony himself was talking about).

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