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Pre-orders are a great way for publishers and developers to get your money before you know whether a game is any good or not. In some cases, it's proved a successful method of funding (particularly indie) development, but when we look at the world of big-budget games in particular, it's a practice that has made increasingly little sense as a consumer, despite the adoption of pre-order exclusives
It's strange to hear developers boast about how small the maps in their newest map pack are, but I hear just that in this trailer for CoD: Ghosts' final piece of DLC, Nemesis. This adds some "small-to-medium"-sized maps based around the themes 'mine cart level', 'wintry submarine base' and 'please desecrate this lovely Chinese village', along with a remake of the "smallest map ever made for Call
As pro gaming becomes more mainstream, game studios and e-Sports organisations are making more concerted efforts to clean up the sport's image. Case in point is the suspension of Patrick 'Aches' Price from four MLG CoD Pro League Matches, as well as the NA 2K Tournament. Aches is part of the renown Evil Geniuses team, and is known for his combative and outspoken personality. Evil Geniuses boasts
Microsoft opened its first press briefing of this year’s E3 with a flagship game: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. We already saw a few flashes of near-future conflicts with a whole lot of Kevin Spacey on top in last month’s reveal trailer, but this is the first time we’ve seen some gameplay footage featuring high-tech gadgets, modular weapons, and exoskeleton power suits.
Sledgehammer Games' upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is pretty ambitious. It imagines what the realistic future of military combat will be—exoskeletons, private military, and even bigger explosions all seem likely. We also know that the future of military warfare will involve Kevin Spacey, which is nice. It's a logical leap for Sledgehammer, since a lot of its team previously worked on the
The clock on the Call Of Duty site might still be counting down towards some sort of reveal this Sunday, but Activision has already begun the promotional blitzkrieg for the next game in the series with the release of the first trailer for Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare. As you're about to see, it leans heavily on the presence of an uncannily-accurate looking Kevin Spacey to sell the slightly
At the end of April, the Call of Duty website is updated. At the beginning of May, a teaser trailer is released. Yay, that's the true true, every year like the last, and 2014 won't break the cycle. On Sunday, Activision will reveal the next Call of Duty with the first teaser trailer and details on Game Informer, which has already posted a screenshot. The screenshot looks like this...