Sierra was a serious touchstone for my generation, between all of the various point-and-click adventures they released (including ones my dad didn’t realize I knew how to bypass the age gate), and their involvement in many other console games such as Spyro and Crash Bandicoot…they’re a game company that I was sad to see shuttered […]
The other day, during the Activision 4th quarter earnings call CEO Bobby Kotick was touting the new IP from Bungie (creators of the Halo franchise) as potentially the “best-selling new video game IP in history.” This raises all sorts of red flags in my brain. Keep in mind he’s not talking to the public but […]
It seems that the first DLC pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts is available now first on Xbox Live. You should go get it, if that’s your thing. The DLC comes with four new multiplayer maps, an all-new dual-purpose weapon, Michael Myers from the Halloween movie series, and the first installment in Extinction’s new four-part […]
Besides the fact that the newest iteration of Call of Duty has dogs in it…as we’ve all seen, it will also have sections of the game take place out in space.
This fall, Activision Blizzard are introducing a new subscription service called Call Of Duty Elite for all games in the series from Black Ops onwards.
The Call of Duty Endowment or CODE is a charity that helps our servicemen find jobs after their tour of duty in the Middle East and their current campaign is pretty awesome if not crazy simple for anybody to participate.
Realism has been entirely thrown out of the window for the next Call of Duty game.
Danny Trejo, Sarah Michelle Geller, Robert Englund, and Michael Rooker? Now you’re talking!
I kid, I kid…I know that people in Somalia will be fighting over which modern warfare FPS game to pick up next. Let’s face it, in this world and this economy you have to spend some major cash in order to make even more back in return. This year, there will be two such products […]
Well, I didn’t really expect to hear this today, but there it is. I hope you are all proud of yourselves.
So, remember last week when we reported that Bungie’s next game would be an action MMO? Well, it turns out that “news” was the result of GDC reporters unable to take a joke.
Bizarre Creations may be dead as we know it, but that’s not the end of them…
Harmonix offers their support for the team members that lost their jobs and game.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s announcement that they disbanded the Guitar Hero division, now the latest casualty is that outside of the previously announced DLC for Guitar Hero and DJ Hero, there will be no more new songs for the platforms.