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  1. Imagine that you just got home from waiting hours in line at the midnight launch for Call of Duty: Black Ops II. You're ready for some fiery FPS action, except there's one little problem. The game's second disc, which is necessary for completing installation, is actually for Mass Effect 2. Wait, what? This not only happened to YouTube user zeroiez (as seen in his video below), but Call of Duty fans on Steam, 4chan, Reddit, and those on the Black Ops 2 forums have reported having the same issue with the PC version of the game as well. A simple (and rather lengthy) fix is to install the entire game digitally with the included Steam key. But that's beside the point. It's mind-boggling how something like this happens, especially considering how Call of Duty is published by Activision and Mass Effect by EA. No comment has been made by Activision so far.
  2. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is currently setting its sights on posting the obscene sales numbers that the franchise has enjoyed in recent history. A large number of people will break open their freshly minted copies of the blockbuster military shooter tonight, but Activision and Treyarch are already looking to scavenge ”exclusive“ limited edition content for their next Black Ops 2 venture. Earlier this year Activision announced that Black Ops 2 will offer gamers the opportunity to purchase a ”season pass“ in lieu of the recently abandoned Premium (paid) Call of Duty Elite service that was established for Modern Warfare 3. The season pass will cost approximately $49.99 and entitles the buyer to four discounted map packs. Activision announced via press release that those who purchase the season pass will also receive future access to the 'Nuketown Zombies' map. Nuketown Zombies is currently included as a digital incentive for buyers of the rather pricey Limited Editions of Black Ops 2, but the map will start rolling out to season pass holders as early as December.
  3. The word on the street is that people feel like they just don't spend enough on Call of Duty games. Don't worry, with the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 special editions, you'll be spending more than you ever could have hoped, and with extra stuff in it, too. The special edition comes to fans in three different flavors: "Hardened" edition, "Care Package" edition, and "Digital Deluxe Edition." The "Hardened" edition, for the low, low price of $79.99, offers a steelbook case, the game's soundtrack, two challenge coins for some digital stuff, and, of course, extra DLC. Pretty standard stuff for a special edition. The Digital Deluxe Edition comes with those Nukedown Zombie Bonus Maps and weapon camo DLC, plus Call of Duty: World at War and the soundtrack. It's Jack Wall jams and Trent Reznor of the Nine Inch Nails doing the theme, so hey, it ain't nothing. But hey, let's get back to "Care Package." Yeah, it has all the stuff in the "Hardened" edition, but also player card backgrounds, a "CLAW" Avatar Prop, and a Zombie Avatar Costume thing, so that's cool. "But it's $180!" you say. Oh yeah, let's not forget the freaking remote-controlled quadcopter and the non-remote controlled toolbox. If you're looking forward to this stuff, and let's be honest, for some reason, people always look forward to Call of Duty games, they'll be available for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on November 13, 2012.