In the months leading up to the Call of Duty: Ghosts release, haters around the world spent a lot of time and energy flooding the Internet with silly memes making fun of the new combat dogs making their Call of
Just this past week, the multiplayer modes of Call of Duty: Ghosts were revealed by Infinity Ward at a press conference in Los Angeles. Activision CEO, Eric Hirshberg, MC’d the event and was followed up by Ghosts’ executive producer, Mark
Memories. It was just over a year ago when I wrote my first article for the GC Blog. That article was about the Black Ops II announcement. I talked about how the game was going to explore the future of
As video games have advanced over the years, so have video game commercials. They used to be boring ads that were about as exciting as watching paint dry. Sure, they might have had celebrity endorsements, but since video games were
Here We Go Again! Well, we’ve had a month now to fully experience the newest installment of the Call of Duty franchise and the internet is teaming with the gaming community’s reactions to it. Some are good, some are bad,
Throughout the history of video games, gamers have been arguing with each other over, well, just about everything. No matter what happens, no matter what new gaming consoles get released, this argument will go on.
While the trailer for COD:Black Ops II looks fairly impressive, is this going to be a game the Black Ops faithful want? Being placed in the future should give this sequel a nice Bieber-esque feel compared to its classic rock listening hippy brother, Black Ops, but does that mean it’s going to be better the second time around?