Treyarch released a patch in hopes of fixing many of the problems gamers brought forth in regards to the PS3 and PC versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops, however the patch didn’t work. To fix the problems created in the patch Treyarch released a hotfix, which caused even more problems and now they’ve released patch 1.05 to fix the problems caused by the hotfix that was released to fix the problems caused by patch 1.04, which was aimed at fixing many of the launch-day glitches. Sounds ridiculous right? Well, many PS3 gamers are about fed up with all the glitches, patches, and hot-fixes, and some across the forums and other gaming sites claim they’ll just trade the PS3 version of Black Ops in for Dead Space 2. Ouch.

Ripten has been very adamant about keeping Call of Duty: Black Ops and its never ending stream of issues in the limelight, and rightfully so. [Ripten] has recently posted new info on the pressing problems caused from patch 1.05 and gamers aren’t happy about the ill-treatment they’re receiving for their $60.

In fact, Activision just recently gloated about all you suckers…oops, I mean consumers, about putting the sales of Call of Duty: Black Ops over the $1 billion dollar mark.

Even though EA’s CEO, John RiccitielIo, blasted Activision about putting Treyarch in the number one spot as the developer to spearhead the publishing giant, that hasn’t phased or stopped the incorrigible sales of Black Ops.

I suppose the real question in this scenario is when will Activision and Treyarch bring on the fixes so the people who paid the $60 (and made Black Ops a billion dollar game) actually be able to play what they paid for?

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