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Tell Infinity Ward Exactly What You Think

Infinity Ward have opened up a public line of communication where you can now “ask questions, or just leave a rant”, thanks to the power of Google Voice. Think of it like sending a tweet via your very own mouth, or a way to unleash your rage against that tenth prestige modder you saw on Xbox LIVE yesterday - your voice, your call and they asked for it!


That’s not Robert Bowling, it just felt fitting.

Robert Bowling, the official Infinity Ward Mascot Spokesman sent a tweet on twitter:

“You can now call or text (402) 500-0119 to give feedback, ask questions, or just leave a rant…”

We’ve given you the number, now what are you waiting for? Text them, call them, and why not share what you sent them in the comments section below?

One day, you might even get a reply!

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Comment by AlbinoBurrito on 2010-06-24 16:45:50 | Reply

That girl’s pretty cute :]

…her hair cold have been in better condition though!

Comment by LMAO on 2010-06-25 02:54:37 | Reply

Really? A naked girl and your worried about her hair?!?!

Comment by N33D on 2010-06-25 17:09:43 | Reply

it’s only convenient for people in America. Thanks IW yet again for looking after your own and noone else.

Comment by chris on 2010-06-28 13:21:35 | Reply

I Ran into someone hacking the game they are ruining it for everyone else his screen name is [Removed by Mod] -Thanks

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