Maybe it’s our competitive streak. Maybe it’s the fact that we’re constantly battling, over leaderboards and in deathmatches, that pushes us to compare one console against another, one franchise title against its peers, or even, as the industry has grown and matured, one developer’s artistic creation against another’s. Even when developers work in huge teams for years to craft a great experience, we’re children of numbers and “less or greater than,” of rankings and high scores and levels. Someone’s got to win, and someone’s got to lose. Maybe it’s only natural, then, that much of the discussion around Call of Duty of late falls into the question of whether Infinity Ward is a better studio than , or whether megapublisher can continue to have a successful series of games without Jason West and Vince Zampella

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Call of Duty: Black Ops review: The great battle