Kent Sheely is playing through the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, only he’s doing it with one very strict rule: no killing.
Forget everything you saw and experienced in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, forget Jack Mitchell and harken back to the days of Soap, Ghost and Price. Remember those good ol' days with them boys? Well, you can relive that whole experience again and then some in the China-only Call of Duty: Online.
Video game levels may often seem like absurd places. Who'd build a walkway there? Why didn't anyone clean this up? Yet as with most things in life, truth is often just as strange as fiction.
Usually, Vanity Fair’s features are all about Hollywood movers and shakers, glitzy heiresses, and intrigues at famous fashion houses. But this month, the magazine’s website has a big, in-depth article on the lawsuit between Activision and Jason West and Vince Zampella, the men who re-invigorated the Call of Duty…
You know in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, when Lt. Price and Cpt. MacMillan wear those "ghillie suits"? The camo outfits look like they're wearing grass and foliage. Those come in handy while sneaking about the Russian wilderness. They're less handy when in urban jungle known as Tokyo. Or are they?
Some people love Call of Duty. Some hate it. Some are totally indifferent. And then, some enjoy dressing up as Call of Duty characters.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's record-breaking, first-day sales are impressive, but almost more impressive is the life these Call of Duty games seem to have online.
The latest Modern Warfare game is coming out this fall. The game designers who spearheaded Call of Duty's move from World War II to modern combat left long ago to work on a new title at new studio.
Two months ago, after discovering that the owner of "ModernWarfare3.com" was first using the site to spew some fanboy hate about the game, and then redirect visitors to Battlefield 3's official site, Activision moved to seize the domain. Yesterday, it won.
The CEO of Activision Publishing (that's not Bobby Kotick—he is the CEO of Activision Blizzard) pointedly said his division does not share rival Electronic Arts' interest in Facebook gaming because "Call of Duty has more players who pay-to-play online than any Facebook game." Ruh roh.
One week after 77 died in two attacks carried out by a militant extremist in Norway, two retailers have temporarily pulled copies of World of Warcraft and several Call of Duty games from shelves, citing their ties to the accused killer's manifesto.
Call of Duty Elite beta began a "staged launch" today and to kick it off, Activision unloaded this two minute trailer that spends one minute cracking jokes and another minute answering questions except for the biggie: How much is this damn thing going to cost?
A group of Call of Duty glitchers has been called back to Infinity Ward to help the studio test and shore up the game's multiplayer, according to the gang's leader.
A California judge ruled this week that Activision Blizzard Inc. has enough evidence to proceed with their $400 million lawsuit against Electronic Arts over the loss of developers Jason West and Vince Zampella. The Modern Warfare suite kicked off a flurry or suits and counter-suits, each one more fanciful and surreal…
Few video games deal with the touchy subject of religion seriously. When they do, they often deal with the more fantastical outlying bits of different faith systems, like last year's Dante's Inferno, or the upcoming El Shaddai: Rise of the Metatron. Rarely do we see games that hunker down and deal with real questions…
Ice-T is a rapper, an actor and a huge gamer. The man loves Call of Duty, but he also knows that telling ladies your kill/death ratio probably isn't going to impress them.
Seems like that innocent little Xbox 360 update yesterday wasn't just to restore the option to boot the console straight to a disc. It also contained secret pirate-fighting juice.
One of several clichés of modern military first-person shooters lamented by the jokers at Cracked. Oversimplifying? Sure. But you try telling these screenshots apart. The full graphic is at Cracked.com.
The Call of Duty experience you have now, the one that includes Modern Warfare 2, Black Ops and future Call of Duty boxed games, will never include a subscription fee, Activision tells Kotaku.