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The internet is buzzing this week with leaked images of the upcoming Call of Duty game. Images appeared online showing “Call of Duty WWII”. The poster looks pretty legitimate. It also makes sense for the Call of Duty franchise: sales have slumped in recent years (while still being very impressive), and gamers have grown tired of the “jetpacks, future weapons, advanced warfare” formula tRead More
Activision Blizzard released its quarterly financial report last week. If you don’t care about financials, then one of the key pieces of data in the report was that a new Call of Duty game would be released this year. That new game was described as a “new” and “innovative” entry into the long-running franchise. Normally, using those two words wouldn’t be a big story. But when itRead More
PC gamers are outraged this weekend after widespread reports that Call of Duty: Black Ops III was released in a “broken” state. It appears that unless you have 16GB of RAM and a high-end graphics card, the game stutters noticeably and drops frames. There are also widespread reports of crashing and stability issues on perfectly capable PCs. Why Are the Problems Occurring? There are a numbeRead More
It’s fall, and that means it’s time for a new Call of Duty game. This year’s episode of Call of Duty is Called Advanced Warfare, and it might be the biggest change to the franchise since the first Modern Warfare (no, seriously). Thinking of picking up the new Call of Duty? Here are 5 things you need to know about Advanced Warfare: 5) It comes with some hefty minimum system requirementsRead More
Remastering anything is controversial. From the original Star Wars trilogy to Led Zeppelin albums, some people love remastering the classics while others hate it. Gamers, however, seem to be in agreement about remastered video games: they’re awesome. Video games, unlike other media, can particularly benefit from revamped graphics without sacrificing the gameplay elements that made them classiRead More
The next version of Call of Duty is called Advanced Warfare and will be released in November 2014. In recent years, the Call of Duty franchise has been widely criticized for its lack of innovation and continued replication of the same system. Will that change with Advanced Warfare? Is Call of Duty ever going to use a new engine? Should you bother with this game in any way, shape, or form?Read More
Titanfall is one of the most anticipated games on the year. It’s the first major project from the original creators of Call of Duty (Zampella and Collier), both of whom left the company over “creative differences.” Those “creative differences” boil down to this: should we release a single high-quality game every few years or should we release one decent game every year and milk our usRead More