Call of Duty: Black Ops launched today in Japan and the game was welcomed in with sex appeal via two ladies dressed in COD outfits.
Square Enix, who is handling the game in Japan, celebrated Black Ops release with a party for 100 fans and celebrities.
The firm’s president Yoichi Wada and Treyarch’s design director David Vonderhaar presented the game on stage, along with actresses Natsuki Kato and Uno Kanda, and Japanese sumo wrestler Akebono Taro.
The armour-clad ladies unveiled a Call of Duty Survival section on Japanese MTV, allowing viewers to challenge various celebs to a Black Ops deathmatch.
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