Tag: Call of Duty

  • Interconnected Mediocrity: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review

    Interconnected Mediocrity: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review

    Release Date: November 5, 2015 Rated: M for Mature Publisher: Activision Developer: Treyarch Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360 ( Multiplayer Only), Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC Please note: This game was played on the Xbox One, I have not played the Xbox 360 version Call of Duty has a long history of being a stalwart…

    Release Date: November 5, 2015 Rated: M for Mature Publisher: Activision Developer: Treyarch Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360 ( Multiplayer Only), Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC Please note: This game was played on the Xbox One, I have not played the Xbox 360 version Call of Duty has a long history of being a stalwart…

  • Kickstarter: The Future of Video Games?

    Kickstarter: The Future of Video Games?

    by Benjamin Fitzgerald Kickstarter has slowly begun to demand my attention. It started off small: a game here and a game there; an offhand comment in a casual conversation; a brief visit to the website half a year ago. Lately, however, I’ve been paying the highly successful crowd-funding company serious consideration. After reading Marshall Garvey’s…

    by Benjamin Fitzgerald Kickstarter has slowly begun to demand my attention. It started off small: a game here and a game there; an offhand comment in a casual conversation; a brief visit to the website half a year ago. Lately, however, I’ve been paying the highly successful crowd-funding company serious consideration. After reading Marshall Garvey’s…

  • This Day in Gaming History, May 5: “Wolfenstein 3D” is released

    This Day in Gaming History, May 5: “Wolfenstein 3D” is released

    By Marshall Garvey   Ah, the first-person shooter (or FPS for short). What would our video game lives be without it? For all the evolutions in the gaming world over the years, it’s a genre that can never be phased out. If anything, it only seems to mushroom exponentially with each passing year, for better…

    By Marshall Garvey   Ah, the first-person shooter (or FPS for short). What would our video game lives be without it? For all the evolutions in the gaming world over the years, it’s a genre that can never be phased out. If anything, it only seems to mushroom exponentially with each passing year, for better…

  • Good Cop Gone…Good? Battlefield: Hardline Review

    Good Cop Gone…Good? Battlefield: Hardline Review

    Because Payday TOTALLY didn’t do cops n’ robbers good enough… Over the last few years, the FPS hype train has trudged back and forth between the two biggest (and blandest) games for top spot of the FPS genre; Call of Duty and Battlefield. The pattern is easy to predict: Call of Duty would announce the…

    Because Payday TOTALLY didn’t do cops n’ robbers good enough… Over the last few years, the FPS hype train has trudged back and forth between the two biggest (and blandest) games for top spot of the FPS genre; Call of Duty and Battlefield. The pattern is easy to predict: Call of Duty would announce the…

  • A Look Back at the Longest Virtual Tour of Duty – Call of Duty 2

    Call of Duty‘s initial success on PC back in 2003 helped put Infinity Ward on the map in the eyes of PC gamers, and the success of its expansion and the then-current generation console spin-offs (PS2, Gamecube, and Xbox), United Offensive and Finest Hour respectively helped to keep the CoD name in the periphery of…

    Call of Duty‘s initial success on PC back in 2003 helped put Infinity Ward on the map in the eyes of PC gamers, and the success of its expansion and the then-current generation console spin-offs (PS2, Gamecube, and Xbox), United Offensive and Finest Hour respectively helped to keep the CoD name in the periphery of…

  • A Look Back at the Longest Virtual Tour of Duty – Call of Duty

    Part I: Call of Duty – Answering the Call You’ll Always Remember Your First… On October 29, 2003 a small company under the name of Infinity Ward would release their very first game on PC. This first person shooter title, published by Activision, would not be the first World War II to arrive onto market.…

    Part I: Call of Duty – Answering the Call You’ll Always Remember Your First… On October 29, 2003 a small company under the name of Infinity Ward would release their very first game on PC. This first person shooter title, published by Activision, would not be the first World War II to arrive onto market.…

  • Call of Duty: A Look Back at the Longest Virtual Tour of Duty

    Call of Duty… In this day and age it’s a phrase synonymous with gaming. But what that means exactly will vary from person to person. To some gamers it’s a beloved franchise. To other gamers it’s a cancer to the gaming industry. Meanwhile those who do not play video games will have likely heard about…

    Call of Duty… In this day and age it’s a phrase synonymous with gaming. But what that means exactly will vary from person to person. To some gamers it’s a beloved franchise. To other gamers it’s a cancer to the gaming industry. Meanwhile those who do not play video games will have likely heard about…

  • Outdated: Can Consoles remain relevant in a changing gaming market?

    Consoles being outdated? Is this really a question to be asking? How can something that drives gaming today lose relevancy? I mean, c’mon man, how can you not love the rampant fanboying following the start of the next generation console wars? While most of those questions are fair (and it’s fun to watch the fires…

    Consoles being outdated? Is this really a question to be asking? How can something that drives gaming today lose relevancy? I mean, c’mon man, how can you not love the rampant fanboying following the start of the next generation console wars? While most of those questions are fair (and it’s fun to watch the fires…

  • Forgiveness – Metro: Last Light Review

    Forgiveness – Metro: Last Light Review

    By Terry Randolph Developer: 4A Games Publisher: Deep Silver Release Date: May 14, 2013 Rated: M for Mature Systems: Xbox 360 (Reviewed), Playstation 3, PC Platform: FPS/Survival/Suspense MSRP: $39.99 Forgiveness is incredibly hard to successfully convincingly convey as a concept for interactive mediums. It’s a weighty topic that is based more on inferences and individual…

    By Terry Randolph Developer: 4A Games Publisher: Deep Silver Release Date: May 14, 2013 Rated: M for Mature Systems: Xbox 360 (Reviewed), Playstation 3, PC Platform: FPS/Survival/Suspense MSRP: $39.99 Forgiveness is incredibly hard to successfully convincingly convey as a concept for interactive mediums. It’s a weighty topic that is based more on inferences and individual…

  • LTG Discussion: Xbox Rumors, HD Remakes & League

    Hey everyone, for our newest discussion we touch upon the new Xbox One Rumors, HD Remakes, Nintendo and League. We hope you enjoy our work. If you have any suggestions or topics you want us to talk about in any of our discussions, leave them in the comments below, on our facebook page or email…

    Hey everyone, for our newest discussion we touch upon the new Xbox One Rumors, HD Remakes, Nintendo and League. We hope you enjoy our work. If you have any suggestions or topics you want us to talk about in any of our discussions, leave them in the comments below, on our facebook page or email…