Articles tagged with: Call of Duty
We all know that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is going to be huge. First came the announcement of the massive Prestige Edition, complete with night vision goggles, and now we have Mad Catz, the accessory guru, bringing us official MW2 themed merchandise.
From controllers to faceplates, Mad Catz has all your areas covered. Below are the different accessories and their descriptions along with suggested retail prices.
Chalk this one down to cashing in your celebrity status but it appears that Curtis Jackson (50 Cent to his friends and fans) — while on a visit to Infinity Ward — has snagged one of the multiplayer voice duties in Game of the Year candidate and all round Call of Duty juggernaut Modern Warfare 2.
Stressing that Fiddy is just one of many voices that will be heard in the mutliplayer aspect of the game, Activision revealed that other celebs will also be heard chiming in with the usual “Man down! Medic! Don’t look me in the eye you peon!” battlefield yelps.
Modern Warfare 2 is going to be big, there’s no doubt about it. Not only will gamers be able to get their hands on some awesome night vision goggles but just take a look at the following footage from the multiplayer mode. To describe this in a single word, we’d go with ‘amazing!’
The footage introduces AC130 killstreak reward, which allows you to become the gunner of an AC130 gunship and reign chaos from above.
Come August Call of Duty: World at War players will have four new maps to reign destruction upon. Included in Map Pack 3, are three new multiplayer maps along with a new zombie map for the undead in all of us. If that wasn’t enough, there will also be an additional ten new trophies to earn.
In the past we’ve talked about how Collector’s Editions are either a hit or miss. With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, it is a hit of epic proportions.
Dubbed the Prestige Edition, CoD:MW2 will include fully functional night vision goggles. Yep, you heard us correctly. Now instead of squinting to see what appears to be a shadow in the house next door, you can put these bad boys on and become the peeping Tom you’ve always wanted to be.
After numerous will-it-won’t-it moments, it now appears Infinity Ward’s blockbuster follow-up to what we still like to simply call COD4, will now be adorned with the Call of Duty branding.
The final confirmation comes in the form of a recent unveiling of the packshot where, proud as punch, Call of Duty sits happily above what we believed was the only title of the game: the succinct – and accurate – “Modern Warfare 2”.
E3 is not just about the video games and booth babes. There’s much more to it than that, after all, you can’t hear that sneaky Helghast sneak up without a decent surround sound system or execute a perfect head shot in Call of Duty 4 with simply a Dualshock 3? Sure, it can get the job done but you want to be the best out there, don’t you?
We had the chance to try out Tritton Technologies latest surround sound headset, the AX Pro, which brings the ultimate listening experience straight to your ears. In addition, we also tested SplitFish’s FragFX controller designed specifically for the PS3.
Equal in magnitude to the Super Bowl, the Masters at Augusta and the National Curling Championships all rolled into one, the Champions League Final, the paragon of Europe’s footballing knock-out tournaments, kicks off in Rome, Italy tonight.
In an undoubtedly pricey manoeuvre, Activision have seen an opportunity and will announce upcoming super-shooter Modern Warfare 2 to the masses through an ad spot secured during the event.
Activision exec Simon Wells has high hopes for Modern Warfare 2. After all, Infinity Ward worked on the first game back when it carried the Call of Duty name; one of the most popular and well-known franchises in the video game industry – so why shouldn’t he?
But he isnâ€™t going to settle for simply being the best selling game of the year! He has his eyes set on the podium for the best selling gameâ€¦ of all time!
The first downloadable pack for Call of Duty: World at War, which launched on the 19th of March from the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, was downloaded 1 million times over the first weekend following the pack releasing across both platforms.
With the recent news that Infinity Ward’s next chapter in the popular franchise will shed its “market recognised” moniker “Call of Duty” and go it alone with the paired down title of Modern Warfare 2, analysts are reading between the lines and postulating if Infinity Ward have rebelled against their publisher telling Activision that it’s their way, or the highway.
Or has a shrewd Activision recognised a perfect opportunity and decided that now is the best time to create a new franchise from an existing gaming juggernaut?
The very first Call of Duty is making its way to the PlayStation Network, according to European rating authority, the PEGI.
The discovery was made by some forum members at NeoGAF, and it shows that the first game in the famous first-person shooter franchise will be ported over from its original PC format to run on the PS3 and Xbox.
Every now and then it is good for us to exhibit some of the ‘attitude’ that the name of the site represents.
Following PETA’s recent comments with regard to the dogs in Call of Duty: World at War, now is one of those times…
Infinity Ward have a new website up and running. What does it mean? What’s there? Modern Warfare 2, that’s what! Except for one small detail… There’s nothing to see there yet.
It was the 10th BAFTA Video Games Awards in London yesterday night, and we have for you all the winners.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was the big winner, taking home three awards including the GAME Award of 2008. Dead Space was the only other game to take more than one award grabbing two.
The sequel to the highly popular Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has just been confirmed. Announced as part Activision’s forth quarter earnings call for 2009, Modern Warfare 2 is sure to impress. While we have no details on what Infinity Ward is up to this time around, an executive from the company stated that the game will be the most anticipated for the end of 2009.
Been having fun blowing up other players in Call of Duty: World at War? Do you wish that there were more places for you to snipe your enemies or knock them out when they’re not looking? Come March, you and your fellow soldiers will have new environments to destroy each other in.
According to Kotaku, four new maps will grace the games multiplayer including one for the zombie in us. Whether German, Japanese, American, or Zombian, all will find pleasure in these new locals…
Has the work week frustrated you beyond your normal limit? Wouldn’t you like to blast some Nazi zombies in Call of Duty: World at War? Well, Activision has given players two excellent gifts for the weekend.
Stephen Totilo of MTV Multiplayer spoke with World at War’s executive producer, Daniel Suarez and here’s what he had to say. He stated that downloadable content is currently being worked upon and that fans should …