Tony Hawk To Call of Duty, Only If You’re Neversoft
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on June 15, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Neversoft is synonymous to fans of either Tony Hawk or the late/great Guitar Hero series. One thing they're not known for however is Call of Duty, not until now. Sure Neversoft has been hiring since November 2010 for a "new action shooter", but it wasn't until just recently that we found out that Neversoft will be working alongside Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Sledgehammer Games, and Raven Software on... more.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Could Be Announced Soon
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on April 18, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News, Rumor
A mysterious poster-image has been making its way around the internet today, seemingly advertising an announcement of CoD: Black Ops 2. The image, seen above, which Kotaku theorizes is a sure sign of an announcement date for the sequel to Black Ops, is of a slightly blurry man with a gun. "05/02/12" is the date written across the image with the ominous words "Return For Debriefing" written under... more.
Activision Explains Call of Duty Elite 2.0
0 CommentsPosted by Jeffrey Trewin on March 12, 2012 under Articles & News, News
Last month, Activision announced Call of Duty Elite 2.0 during an earnings call. Today, Activision social media manager Dan Amrich has clarified exactly what that means. In a post on his blog, Amrich explains that the service will not require a separate subscription. Instead, it's simply a selection of new features for the current Elite service. "This shareholder tease led some people to... more.
Diablo III Coming Q2 — New Call Of Duty Coming (Total Surprise)
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on February 9, 2012 under Articles & News, Featured, General, News
I know, you're completely shocked right this moment, who would've thought we'd ever have another Call of Duty title. Bobby Kotick (Head of Activision) has already made it clear that Activision will continue to advance the Call of Duty Elite brand, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg added "[We're] hard at work on Elite 2.0 with several features to be included in the next Call of Duty releas... more.
Modern Warfare 3 Tops $1 Billion
0 CommentsPosted by Kevin Craig on December 12, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Everyone knew that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was going to sell a ton of copies and make Activision a mountain of money, but nobody expected it to soar this quickly. Activision is now reporting that the latest installment in the Modern Warfare series topped $1 Billion in just it's first 16 days of being available. "Call of Duty is now amongst that rarified group of sustained franchises ... more.
EA Says Battlefield 3 Sold 5 Million Copies In First Week
0 CommentsPosted by Kevin Craig on November 1, 2011 under Articles & News, News
While they originally said that they had shipped 10 millions copies of their latest installment in the Battlefield franchise, EA is reporting that they had sold 5 million copies in the first week of being available to the public. With it's 5 million copies sold "Battlefield 3" has become EA's best selling game of all time. However, even though those numbers may be great to EA, they pale in comp... more.
Battlelog Inspired By Call Of Duty Elite
0 CommentsPosted by Lewis Peet on October 21, 2011 under Articles & News, General, News
The need for speed series was commended last year on its use of a new, innovative feature named "Autolog" that allowed users to compare race time's and other stats, and compete in ways that had never really been fully explored before in gaming. So it was no suprise that at this years E3, DICE announced that they too would be integrating a similar feature into their blockbuster title "Battlefield... more.
No Open Ending for Modern Warfare 3
0 CommentsPosted by Lewis Peet on October 11, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Sledgehammer Games (the new developer on the Call of Duty franchise) today announced that Modern Warfare 3 would not feature the sort of cliffhanger ending that the series is known for, sparking rumours that this will be the end of the Modern Warfare series. Sledgehammer told CVG that "doing it all again felt wrong" and that although the ending may leave room for another game, it will definite... more.
Modern Warfare 3 (MW3) Details
1 CommentsPosted by Mike on May 14, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, News
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 details are now coming out and from some early details CoD MW3 is set to change the Modern Warfare franchise in a big way. The release date for MW3 is set for Nov 8, 2011 and will be available on Xbox360, PS3, PC and Wii. MW3 starts just after the ending from Modern Warfare 2 with the U.S. struggling to stop a surprise attack by the Russians. The single p... more.
Sequels Suck, and Here’s Why
11 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on March 15, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Original Content, Uncategorized
I can't even walk into a game retailer with a shred of dignity these days. I look at the shelves, and all I see are titles of games with #2's or #3's tacked on to them. Are gamers so insecure that they are willing to buy sequels of sequels of prequels of games? Or is the industry to be blamed for not being innovative? To be fair, there are definitely some games that just NEED sequels, like a Ho... more.
True Crime: Hong Gone
0 CommentsPosted by Gabriel Lopez on February 9, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, News
Activision is at it again! 1up.com recently reported that True Crime: Hong Kong is officially canceled. This news story came as a major shock due to the fact that the digital version of Electronic Gaming Monthly's(AKA EGMi) February cover story was in fact True Crime: Hong Kong. Activision has also recently canceled the 2011 installment of Guitar Hero and closed down Bizarre Creations. Activ... more.
Bulletstorm Team Release Call of Duty Parody
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Parris on February 2, 2011 under News
It seems that EA has a hard time coping that Activision owns the modern military shooter market. Someone at EA pushed Medal of Honor out before Call of Duty: Black Ops despite the title not passing quality assurance testing. Where Medal of Honor failed, they hope Bulletstorm will make up for it. It seems the company is so confident in their upcoming release that they have put out a parody of the t... more.
Black Ops, Halo Reach, Goldeneye: What is the Best Buy?
6 CommentsPosted by Telly on January 13, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, General, Original Content
Shooters, the cash cow genre for gamers today; millions of copies are sold per year of Call of Duty, Gears of War, and other shooter franchises. In 2010, three enormous franchises have returned to grace our presence in the Christmas season; Halo, Call of Duty, and Goldeneye. Buying games is not cheap, new games start at $60; so, to assist a fellow gamer I have played Black Ops, Halo Reach, and ... more.
Call of Duty: Black Ops – A Missed Opportunity
2 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on December 8, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns, Featured, Original Content
Treyarch was capable of achieving what Infinity Ward did with the airport scene, but they chose the route of less resistance. It's understandable, Steve Doocy of Fox and Friends bashed Modern Warfare 2 for allowing you to "be a terrorist and kill people". Jane Roberts, the president of the Australian Council on Children and the Media, stated that "The consequences of terrorism are just abhorre... more.