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First Detail on Next Call of Duty Game, CoD: Ghosts

What once was believed to be nothing more than a salacious and possibly fake rumor now has some credibility behind it.  Teased last month was news that the next Call of Duty game would be called CoD: Ghosts.  A fairly unassuming name, though unexpected given the belief that it would be Modern Warfare 4, details were then sprouted that the game would have new elements to the MP mode along w

Script Excerpts Reveal Elements Of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 [Rumor]

We all knew that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare series would continue since the closure of the central storyline in MW3, the departure of the creators from Infinity Ward, and the subsequent reshuffling IW received isn’t enough to stop the Modern Warfare machine in the eyes of Activision. 

Based on the end of Modern Warfare 3 there was the notion that the series may be poised for a quasi-reboot, think DmC, but details have surfaced which differ to that as Modern Warfare 4 could be a direct sequel.

Another Member Of Infinity Ward (COD: Modern Warfare) Opts To Bail Out

We’re nearly upon the two year anniversary of the infamous Infinity Ward incident of 2010 which saw studio founders Frank Zampella and Jason West exit the studio at the hands of Activision over several things, some of which if you ask certain people is shady on all involved parties.  Since leaving Activision and Infinity Ward, Zampella and West went on to form Respawn Entertainment and sign a contract with EA, much to the chagrin of Activision as they’ll have a major competition once Respawn finally ships their first game.

Why Does This Exist? DLC Pre-ordering.

While browsing the interwebs earlier this week I came across an ad for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The ad was promoting the upcoming release of the MW3’s first set of downloadable content, hardly anything new. What graces the top corner of this ad was something I have never seen before... something I still don’t understand. “Pre-order Now!”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

The campaign mode provides an epic conclusion to the Modern Warfare 3, wrapping up the tangled storylines of Captain Price and McTavish in a crazy large-scale Hollywood-esque thrill ride. However, a large number of 'on rails' style gunner-style sequences and a rather uninspired take on the multiplayer leave a little something to be desired... At the end of the day, there's not much to complain about, considering everything was well established with the first two games, but it would have been nice to have a little further departure and a couple of more risks taken to truly advance the franchise.

The Pros: 

+Massive-scale story mode, and dramatic conclusion to the MW franchise.

+Addition of the Survival Mode is an intelligent one.

+Class-based system helps to shake up the game's competitve multiplayer a bit.

The Cons: 

-Everything feels like it leans a little too hard on the previous title.

-Campaign mode features a lot of 'on rails' moments that can detract from the challenge of the story-mode. Rating : 

To be completely honest, Modern Warfare 3 was a title I'd almost entirely wrote off. With the drama surrounding the majority of the Infinity Ward team walking away after Modern Warfare 2, I didn't think it was going to be a proper "Modern Warfare" title now with the bulk of the creative team having walked away from the franchise.

New Modern Warfare 3 Trailer Has Lots of Drama, Slow-Motion And Stuff Blowing Up

It seems like an eternity since we last received some single-player footage for Modern Warfare 3, but in advance of the November release of the game Activision has gone and released one of those blood pumping trailers – complete with the now infamous bass effect that was prominently featured in the trailers for Inception and Battlefield 3.

Battlefield 3 vs. Modern Warfare 3 Is On [E3 2011]

The day has come for all first person shooter fans to witness the raise of a competitor for Activision’s Call of Duty franchise.

Kicking off E3 was gameplay from the forthcoming Call of Duty game, Modern Warfare 3. Based in New York we watch a Navy Seal team invade a submarine. Almost mimicking their strategy from last year, CoD showcased new features in their single-player campaign with scuba diving. The only thing missing from this was Scuba Steve, am I right? Stylistically, MW3 was pretty, using dark tones to portray the onslaught in the heart of Americana.

The Name Game

In the realm of video games (our realm) there are a lot of things with titles. There isn’t always a hidden message in the name, but sometimes there are great stories, an ode or even just a creation of identity. Set on a journey to explore these instances and bring them to light, I intended on creating a small portfolio of video game names and their possible hidden agendas. What grew from the idea was a full-blown exploration into the science and ideas behind anything with a name or title in this industry.

Here's The Trailer For The Modern Warfare Fan Film (It's Actually Pretty Good)

Last week we received an interesting tease that many believed was going to be for a new Modern Warfare game.

An update on the somewhat packed development of Modern Warfare 3

The situation concerning Modern Warfare 3 is one that no one has a definitive grasp on.  Since Infinity Ward co-founders Jason West and Vince Zampella were fired from Infinity Ward last year we’ve heard conflicting reports as to the status of Modern Warfare 3.  When West and Zampella left many assumed that would be the end of the series at Infinity Ward and that was later backed by a rumor that said as much.  But then we

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