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Which company will have a better E3?

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 Written by John Scalzo  on May 01, 2010

News: One very confusing debut teaser trailer, now available for your viewing pleasure.



Here it is, the mysterious teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops has made its GameTrailers TV debut. And now it's ready for your viewing pleasure right here.

There appears to be some kind of experiment going on where a hidden scientist (possibly a mad scientist) is attempting to get a special forces soldier to remember his past. And remember he does as snippets of a jungle-based conflict (and eventually a person in a spacesuit) come to light. But, here's the trailer, watch it for yourself and see if you can pick up anything else:



Call of Duty: Black Ops is being developed by Treyarch and will be available for some bunch of currently unknown platforms on November 9.



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