Discussion in 'Rare and Obscure Gaming' started by hybrid, Dec 30, 2015.
Call of Duty World at War
I'm not sure exactly what the point of this thread is. Also, why is it in Rare and Obscure? Is it a misprint, or...?
EDIT: I'm dumb. It is indeed.
exactly it's a misprint it plays call of duty world at war anyone here see any other like it
Where does it say World at War though?
when you put it in the xbox 360 and turn it on
Ahh I understand now. That's quite interesting and silly. How did they manage to burn an entirely different game.
most likely they started producing goldeneye after producing call of duty set up everything but forgot to switch the master disc
But does it actually play World at War? If not, I've seen this before. My 360 is getting old, so sometimes when I put in my Halo 3 Mythic disc it thinks it's something else and I have to reset the console to get it to work.
yes it actually plays world at war
i did test it and confirmed it has the same game number on the data side of the disc it matches world at war
Well you've got yourself an interesting item then, nice!
Very interesting. While misprints are not too rare they are still really cool in a way.
of all the misprints i've seen this one to me is the most fascinating to me, and seem to be more rare of the misprints i know
Can you make a video of it?
lol so thats how kids keep getting CoD they're just sneaking it in as other games
Just like how they snuck CoD into Halo 4! Oh, wait...
Boy, you certainly don't like the direction Halo has taken don't you?
I thought at first this thread was a joke, but I'd be curious to see what others are out there. I know an Exchange I go to has a misprint version of Final Fantasy VII.
Dude, that would be a huge understatement.
if you mean a misprint like this one, i've been looking for that one for a while(it has spongebob squarepants on disc 3) if not i know of 7 other misprints concerning Final Fantasy 7
Of course most of those probably got sent back because they're actually kind of defective. Too bad, it's kind of interesting. If there are other missprint Goldeneye games you could get them together and randomly play one, not knowing which game you'll end up playing.
Given how Exchange pricing goes it's either $30 or $1 MILLION
as far as have seen with this type of misprint only one different game gets put on the disc, that aside you could pick up correct and misprinted copies without knowing the game number you would never know which game you have
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