Whether it’s content in the game or simply the practice of business around it, sometimes games end up with hefty notoriety surrounding them as both the gaming community and/or society in general call foul on the matter.
Call of Duty
After going a few rounds in MW Remastered’s multiplayer, we can safely say that despite the high-sheen gloss, the classic beats were left intact to make this the definitive version of Modern Warfare.
To celebrate the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, we're reloading and staying in cover as we review the 10 best hits of the franchise, going from worst to first. Ever since we first played as Private Joe Martin in the original 2003 Call of Duty and starting mowing down Nazis during Operation Overlord (the Battle of Normandy), players felt like their actions were important and greatly impacted both the battlefield and the lives of their fellow soldiers onscreen. There was something about the franchise that just made it standout from its contemporaries. While Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare would help the series become a household name and an online multiplayer phenomenon, lets not forget its origins.
Activision changed the look of Call of Duty's official Twitter to a faux news page and started reporting about fictional acts of terrorism going on in China. Unfortunately, China just happened to be hit by a series of letter bomb attacks right around the same time.
The ongoing fight between the Call of Duty and Halo franchises erupts into an all out war in this awesome, fan-made video.
Treyarch is following in Sledgehammer Games' footsteps by bringing Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 to the future, featuring robotic warfare, zombies and more.
A recent, minor addition to Black Ops 2 suggests that the next entry of the Call of Duty series is likely going to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.
Modders are being thwarted by Microsoft in their attempts at trying to gain access to Halo Online, a Russia-only and slightly updated version of Halo 3's multiplayer.
Unpaid bonuses weren't enough to keep Todd Alderman away from Infinity Ward, now five years later he is back with the development company.
The team known for bringing Black Ops 1-2, World at War and zombie mode to Call of Duty is working on its next entry of the series, and it's due out this fall.