#Video: Battlefield 4’s single player story trailer is #epic #gaming

The battle between the Battlefield series and Call of Duty has been hard fought for years. Battlefield is generally considered the higher quality, more elegant game, while Call of Duty is the players’ choice because of the mass appeal and the ease of use. In many cases,¬†Battlefield seems to be too realistic. Who wants to… Continue reading #Video: Battlefield 4’s single player story trailer is #epic #gaming

#Video: Call of Duty releases their first Ghosts gameplay trailer

As it is every year, Call of Duty has one of the most anticipated games of the Christmas season coming out in the form of Ghosts. While it doesn’t reveal a ton about the storyline (or technically, even the gameplay), it does get a gamer’s adrenaline rushing. The game is set for release November 5th.… Continue reading #Video: Call of Duty releases their first Ghosts gameplay trailer

Why GTAV’s success is bad for gaming

Success in the gaming industry is no longer measured by sales of a game. It’s now all about the staying power of a franchise. This is bad for gaming just as it has been bad for Hollywood for years. Grand Theft Auto V opened up with a record-setting $800 million in first day sales. People… Continue reading Why GTAV’s success is bad for gaming

Call of Duty franchise: should they stop while they’re ahead?

Call of Duty has become one of the most popular franchises in the history of video games. The series has undergone an almost complete transformation since its early days, as many gamers overlooked the original World War II titles for the then more popular Medal of Honor first person shooters. However, Call of Duty has… Continue reading Call of Duty franchise: should they stop while they’re ahead?

Call of Duty: Ghosts will depict America as a broken nation

Fans of the extremely popular Call of Duty video game series have experienced many emotional premises that dominate the game play and drive the story lines. Pride. Revenge. Hope. With the upcoming release from Infinity Ward, there is an overwhelming sense of a different kind of emotion, one that CoD fans haven’t seen in previous… Continue reading Call of Duty: Ghosts will depict America as a broken nation

Battlefield 3: End Game DLC pack looks amazing

We don’t cover a lot of games – there are plenty of blogs for that. We definitely don’t cover DLC packs – even the gaming blogs don’t always cover them. The Battlefield 3: End Game DLC pack is different. It’s worth noting. While the Call of Duty series gets the majority of the first-person shooter… Continue reading Battlefield 3: End Game DLC pack looks amazing

You’re never too old to pwn n00bs on video games

The thinking that video games are just for kids has been long dispelled. Today, men and women of all ages are playing. Even the video game makers are catering their games to adults more than kids, knowing that it’s often easier to get someone to fork over $70 for a game if they’re the ones… Continue reading You’re never too old to pwn n00bs on video games

Call of Duty gives us a “Surprise” live-action trailer for Black Ops 2

Just as they did last year with the release of Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty has released a live-action teaser trailer right before the launch of their widely-anticipated next chapter in the series, Black Ops 2. The celebrity power is stepped up a notch, as is the cleverness with director Guy Ritchie at the… Continue reading Call of Duty gives us a “Surprise” live-action trailer for Black Ops 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 multiplayer reveal trailer gives more, earlier, than previous releases

There’s certain things we all know about Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 without having to watch a video or read an article: It will be an enhancement on previous games rather than anything that moves beyond the series (if it ain’t broke…) Many people will love it before they ever play it Many people… Continue reading Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 multiplayer reveal trailer gives more, earlier, than previous releases