How To Survive A Semtex Grenade Plus Other Black Ops II Myths Put To The Test

Finding out all the small, unexpected quirks of how different mechanics clash with each other in games is fascinating, and that's basically the premise for all these Mythbuster-esque videos we regularly feature. Usually, it's Halo 4. Not this time. Here are some Black Ops II myths put to the test by YouTube user … »1/21/13 8:30pm1/21/13 8:30pm

Not All Of Black Ops II's Emblems Are Penis Swastikas, You Know

The emblems in Call of Duty get such a bad rap. People would have you think it's a wasteland of genitalia, particularly penis swastikas. Sure, sure. Those types of emblems happen sometimes. Most of what I've come across aren't penis swastikas though. Actually, folks are using the 32 layer capacity of the emblem… »1/17/13 4:30pm1/17/13 4:30pm

Kill Stealing, Disconnecting And Other Rage Moments From Black Ops II, In Retro Form

Maybe the retro graphics on this will help with not having your blood pressure rise while watching typical frustrating moments from playing Call of Duty's multiplayer. This amusing YouTube video comes from user rabbodirect65, who knows the pain of a Call of Duty player well, it seems. »1/07/13 5:30pm1/07/13 5:30pm

Without Music Or Gunfire, Black Ops II Becomes A Surreal Symphony Of Screams

Call of Duty games have a distinctive aural imprint. The whizzing bullets, grunting allies, ringing impacts and of course, the screams of the many men you kill. But what if the game were stripped down to only that last—what if the only things you heard in Call of Duty: Black Ops II were the combatants' voices? »11/28/12 2:30pm11/28/12 2:30pm