Sure, Call of Duty: Ghosts could sometimes feel kind of eh, but it wasn't all bad. In fact, the levels where you got to hang out with Riley the dog, if not play as Riley, are excellent. Hell. Riley straight up stole the show.
In a matter of weeks, EA's Battlefield 4 and Activision's Call of Duty: Ghosts will represent their respective series in the usual fall battle for the attentions of first-person shooter fans. Predictably, the competition between the two games has recently been heating up. You could say it's turned into a real……
"We're adding a dog to Call of Duty," they said. "It'll be really cool." And we assumed they meant it; we assumed the dog would be cool. Little did we know the dog would be this cool.
Hard if you like dogs and video games, anyway.
Will they? Won't they? Following the reveal of Riley, Call of Duty: Ghost's awesome dog, people couldn't help but wonder about Call of Duty Dog's fate—especially when it would be so easy, if not cliche, to off the dog in an attempt to make an emotional powerplay.
Another year, another Call of Duty. You know how this stuff works; we get another title which finds new ways to lead you through bombastic set pieces. After sitting through a demo today at E3, I can confidently say you can still expect that kind of stuff in Call of Duty: Ghosts. What actually stood out in the demo,…
Like the Highlander, there can be only one.
Map packs? Please. The future of Call of Duty DLC must surely be new dogs. Hopefully the first will be this Corgi, done by French artist Diana Da Costa, that is so cuddly I am about to die.
Yesterday, when we all met Call of Duty Dog for the first time, the first thing I said was, "Aww, a dog!" The second thing I said was, "Good thing they are going to kill him."
Yesterday, when we all met Call of Duty Dog for the first time, the first thing we said was, "Aww, a dog!" The second thing we said was, "Too bad they are going to kill him."
Ask anyone who watched today's Microsoft press event to name the most memorable announcement and they'll probably say, "There's a new Xbox." Ask them for the TWO most memorable announcements and they'll probably say, "Well, there was this dog..."