Duty Calls tops 1.25 million downloads

By on February 8, 2011

Bulletstorm’s Call of Duty spoof proves its famous.

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“People Can Fly” is the development team of Bulletstorm, they announced that Call of Duty’s spoof game has crushed the one-million-download milestone.

Since its release last week, the Bulletstorm team made the announcement via the game’s twitter page saying, “1.25 million Duty Calls downloads! We say thanks with Duty Calls Wallpapers over at our Facebook page”

Duty Calls is a free FPS title identified as a humorous parody aimed at spoofing Activision’s Call of Duty series. The game doesn’t take itself seriously. In fact, It spoofs the over-dramatized FPS war genre with some hilarious dialogue. Here are some extracts from Duty Call’s spoofing dialogue.

“You cannot shoot me unless the game goes into slow motion for some reason and I become easy to shoot.”

“I’m gonna point at you and say something serious to further develop the game’s storyline. Oh, I’m dead, increasing the drama of the story.”

“Here’s your objective: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah secret base blah blah blah nuclear war blah blah blah blah blah blah counting on you.”

The title was created and put out by People Can Fly, Epic and EA last week, and it obviously was produced to promote Bulletstorm.

The game is free and weights almost 758MB worth of download. You can grab a copy from here.


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