UnNews:Nazi Zombies Sue Treyarch

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2 April 2009

Nazi zombies
In the game, players get points for burning zombies. Sounds racist to me.

PLANET EARTH, The Milky Way -- Everyone knows about the popular new "Nazi Zombies" mini-game featured in Treyarch's new Call of Duty game. However, ever since the game was released, zombies across the globe have been lobbying to have the game banned from stores because of its racist content. When that didn't work, they decided to sue.

Dr. Karl Bodenschatz, the spokesperson for the National Association of Disrespected Zombies (NADZ) said in an interview: "This new 'CoDWaW' game is completely inappropriate. The zombies are depicted as hideous, bloody, aggressive human-eaters... This is obviously not true," he stated between bites of what appeared to be a stew of human organs.

The current lawsuit is for $20 Million dollars, and with all of NADZ behind him, the odds seem in Dr. Bodenschatz's favor.

Treyarch has responded to the lawsuit by stating that "It's not like the Nazi Zombies aren't racist themselves, having caused the Holocaust and all. This is like a taste of their own medicine, but in a video game."

Also, ever since the new Call of Duty game was released, Treyarch executives have reported being stalked by zombies that at first hobbled behind them, but have recently started to break into a full on sprint. In addition, the CEO of Treyarch has been missing for almost a month, but NADZ claims that angered zombies have nothing to do with it.

It remains to be seen who will win this hot argument, and with NADZ preparing to take it all the way to the Ultimate Supreme Court of the Universe, it could get ugly before a winner is decided. Expect an update on this developing story soon from UnNews.

people who wried it

mostly zombies.

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