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Call of Duty: Online throws robot zombies into the mix


11:45 AM on 12.02.2013



Call of Duty: Online -- the Chinese-exclusive, free-to-play, online only title -- has a new trailer. The fact that it exists isn't necessarily significant; the fact that it contains menacing robot zombies is most certainly significant.

Let's be real here, Activision -- robot zombie is a huge contradiction of terms. Zombies are animated corpses, and robots were never alive to begin with. That's before we touch on the robot zombie dog that I'm pretty sure I saw. At least these hulking monstrosities will provide a nice change of pace from shooting dude number 8,340,561 in the soft fleshy part right between his eyes.






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