Up all night with the Zombies

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Most college students pull all-nighters to study for exams they have the next day. I pull all-nighters to see how far I can get in my rounds of Call of Duty: Zombies.

Without a doubt, if you cannot find me or reach me on my cell phone, it is because I am in the middle of my Zombies match and ignoring all homework and responsibilities. Except for right now when I had to pause my game to write this column.

Call of Duty: Zombies, along with the PlayStation 4, are some of the greatest things to be on this Earth since Jesus Christ. My PlayStation allows me to hook up my Spotify account, rock out and kill endless waves of the undead. Then look at the clock and realize I just missed my morning class and now I am too tired to make it to my afternoon class.

It’s a rough life.

With the new DLC map pack for Call of Duty, which came out Tuesday, Jan. 31, you find yourself in the middle of a Rave in the Redwoods. The map is awesome and the best Zombies map to ever be created.

It’s challenging for a game to compete with the Call of Duty series even with the new release of the Resident Evil movie and video game, which came out Tuesday, Jan. 24.

With the new VR headset for both Xbox and PlayStation, it seems that the DLC map pack for Call of Duty still wasted more people’s money. 

I did get the Resident Evil game and it had a nice storyline to it, along with it scaring the shit out of me a couple of times. Yet, I still find myself playing Zombies more than ever, as my PlayStation is never turned off and zombies is always on it.

To make matters worse, I have my PlayStation connected to my computer so if I am in FLITE or the UC, I can play if I have my controller.

Even though I know that the PlayStation 4 is the better gaming system, I will play Halo on Xbox with my friends. Halo is the only reason the Xbox is still being bought. If I had an Xbox, I would still be playing Zombies on it, though.

Call of Duty: Zombies just seems to have a hold on me and I cannot break it, but only lose track of time and reality as hordes of zombies are after me. I have a problem.

Want to play? Add me: minimanmatt on the PlayStation Network.