Articles tagged with: Call of Duty
Since the launch of the PlayStation Vita, it has contended with a constant barrage of criticism, from analysts who simply cannot see a future for Sony’s latest handheld console. Indeed, in an age when consumers have become familiar with paying 59p for mobile games, encouraging them to spend £40 instead, albeit for a superior experience, is proving to be an uphill struggle.
Dan Amrich is the author of “Critical Path: How to Review Video Games for a Living”, veteran gaming journalist for GamePro, current Activision Social Media Manager, and tarot-reading writer of the information nexus “One of Swords.” So what happens when this man of critical path sets his sights on Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified for Vita?
So-called gaming ‘innovations’ normally disappear after a few short months, but occasionally they strike a real chord with players and stand the test of time. We’ve compiled a list of five genuine innovations that have truly revolutionised gaming, and show no signs of going away. And no, this article doesn’t include motion controls or instrument-shaped dust collectors.
So, you’ve downloaded the YouTube app for PS3, Vita, and smart phones. But do you know what the top five awesome video game inspired videos are?
Contrary to popular opinion, voice acting can be an extremely stressful job, and painfully difficult to sustain a livelihood from. However, a handful of talented people make the job look (and sound) easy, and their extensive portfolios are a testament to their skills. This week, PS3 Attitude is paying tribute to five of our favourite voice actors, and taking a look at their established careers.
Don’t you hate it when you call in a care package and all that is to be found inside is banana skins, underwear and, well, a really cool flying drone that you take control of and when spotted, you say, “this is not the droid you are looking for” and escape?
With the Care Package edition of Black Ops II coming, you can control your own drone but the most you’ll probably do with it is frighten somebody on the toilet.
Throughout Gamescom week our inbox gets barraged by publishers pushing trailers, but we can’t complain. We love them, and we know you do too.
That’s why we decided to collect our favourites and put them together in an article. It turned out we couldn’t narrow them down to 10, so we thought we might as well give you 37. That’s a lot of viewing pleasure.
Throughout Gamescom week our inbox gets barraged by publishers pushing trailers. We can’t complain. We love them, and we know you do too.
That’s why we decided to collect our favourites and put them together in an article. It turned out we couldn’t narrow them down to 10, so we thought we might as well give you 37.
It really exists. Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified actually exists. We were told it was coming, long before PS Vita launched. But the secrecy surrounding this title left us in doubt.
Did Sony accidental tell us they secured a Call of Duty but forgot to check with Activision? Was that embarrassing logo moment at E3 just a cover, an attempt to secure more time?
The latest trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops II unveils the curtain surrounding the always-popular multiplayer of the next installment in the franchise and includes a few new surprises to boot.
PS Vita was tragically undersold by Sony during their E3 keynote speech. An early leak spoiled the Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation announcement, so our only “surprise” came when we got a title for an already announced Call of Duty game. Oh, we got a logo too.
We’ve scanned the list of confirmed upcoming games. Here are some of the most noteworthy
In conjunction with this week’s announcement of Call Of Duty Black Ops 2, Activision and Treyarch have commissioned a documentary series exploring the potent ramifications stemming from the intersection of cutting-edge technology and war. Experts from the academic, tech and military communities share their thoughts on the current state and future of high-tech combat.
Observe in horror as they lay out a reality in which a hacker group not unlike that which spurred the infamous PSN outage just last year could potentially seize control of entire armies.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has officially been announced worldwide on the Call of Duty website.
Set in 2025, the reveal trailer depicts a near future war with near future technology and near future hovering airplanes. This may be considerably out of reach by current aircraft design, although the quadrotor, or quadricopter, is currently available for iOS and Android devices. Is this the future of warfare?
A Call of Duty world reveal is expected to happen on 1 May 2012 during the basketball playoffs on TNT, according to a teaser image on the official Call of Duty website.
We’re sure it’s not the grand announcement Activision planned – although, they’re no doubt used to that by now – but Sony has confirmed that a portable version of Call of Duty will be arriving on PS Vita this autumn.
When it comes to the video game industry, the Call of Duty franchise reigns supreme, specifically the Modern Warfare series. How many other games can say they’ve sold millions of copies in a single day or had the biggest launch in entertainment history? Yeah, not many.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 continues to hunt for Russian Ultranationalist Vladimir Makarov in its main single-player campaign and further enhances its already top-notch multiplayer experience. Has the gameplay changed enough over the last iteration, or does the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” saying still ring true?
American football is a sport teeming with inspirational quotes made by the equally inspirational men leading their squads on the field.
UCLA Bruins coach Henry “Red” Sanders famously said “Winning isn’t everything. It’s the only thing” and legendary Alabama Crimson Tide general Paul “Bear” Bryant declared “There’s no substitute for guts”.
This past weekend University of Louisville front man Charlie Strong weaved his own noteworthy words into the history books following the Cardinals’ loss on Saturday.
The astronomically successful Call of Duty franchise outdid itself once again with the release of Modern Warfare 3, posting day-one sales figures eclipsing any and all entertainment releases that came before it.
Jonah Hill of Superbad fame and Sam Worthington from Avatar have lent their collective acting and urban warfare talents to help spread the word that “there’s a soldier in all of us”.