At Sony's E3 2016 conference held on June 13th, 2016, a new gameplay demo of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was shown off, previewing space combat and what looks to be a non-linear campaign mode.
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October 29, 2013 marked 10 years since the first Call of Duty game was released. Starting as a World War II First Person Shooter that saw the player take on the roles of a British, Russian and American soldier fighting Nazis across Europe, the series has since evolved, creating storylines set around Two Cold Wars, a Third World War, and a destructive Invasion.
Call of Duty won awards and praise for having a cinematic quality, and for equally representing the major allies of World War II. The series has continued its tradition of Cinematic single player modes, and has continued a tradition of fun Multiplayer experiences, one that has been with Call of Duty since the first Modern Warfare title released 6 years ago.
Yet, October 29th was an uni…Read more >
E3 is done, and Respawn Entertainment's project was finally revealed to be Titanfall. Titanfall looks to be a Multiplayer-based FPS with special focus on mechs. As we all know, Respawn consistes mostly of developers who left Infinity Ward back in 2010, led by Jason West and Vince Zampella. This group has arguably never created a bad game (Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2).
Meanwhile, Inifinity Ward has now moved on past the Modern Warfare series, and has recovered from the 2010 split. Their new project, Call of Duty: Ghosts, has a somewhat post-apocalyptic feel to it. Call of Duty has been a juggernaut franchise ever since Call of Duty 4, and thi…Read more >
After months of speculation and accusations of scams, Ouya today released a video showing them unboxing the Ouya Dev Kit, which is supposed to start shipping out to buyers around next month.
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Oh my god! Metlman is actually writing about something!
Anyways, I've thought about it quite a bit today, and it seems to me people have gone a little bit too far in the realm of movies, TV shows, Video Games and whatnot.
It seems to me that people are letting scores on Metacritic, IGN, and other review sites and newspapers to decide whether they want to see that new film, or play that World of Warcraft DLC. Because of this, people are beginning to wrap their opinions around the reviewer's (i.e. the reviewers say the film is shit, they're professionals, so it must be shit).
I'm extremely guilty of this, and I'm sure most of the people reading this are. The thing we have to remember is that Professional Reviewers are paid to give their opinions…Read more >