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Call of Duty Created as 'A Little Bit' of an F-You to Medal of Honor

Following the success of Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, EA wanted to force Vince Zampella and his team to become a part of the company, but the studio wasn't too fond of the idea.
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When Call of Duty's Creators Left, They Took a LOT of People With Them [Turncoats]

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Call of Duty vets Respawn will 'finally' be at E3

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