Today marks the passing of one of Call of Duty’s finest soldiers. After valiantly fighting his way through nearly three entire Modern Warfare games, one Task Force 141 didn’t make it back from the October 11, 2016 mission to assassinate terrorist leader Vladimir Makarov.
I've been waiting for Smosh to do an Honest Game Trailer for Call of Duty's Modern Warfare trilogy, and they do not disappoint. "Suit up for the least realistic war franchise since Contra."
Modern Warfare 3's content season ends with the Chaos Pack and Final Assault, due on Xbox 360 August 9 and September 12.
That's according to Activision Publishing's CEO Eric Hirshberg. And yes, he's being serious.
Modern Warfare 2 was released in November 2009. It's now June 2010. That's plenty of time to sell, what, ten million copies? Please. It's plenty of time to have sold a lot more than that.
James Cameron's Avatar has brought in over $1 billion at the box office. Activision's Modern Warfare 2 has done likewise. Let's see how a blockbuster film and a blockbuster video game compare.
Around twelve months ago, mixed martial arts fighter Jamie Varner suffered a major injury, breaking the metacarpal bone in his hand. His doctor's advice? Play some video games.
Now, I'm no scientist. Or console engineer. I don't know how this is happening. All I know is, there are increasing numbers of people playing Modern Warfare 2 on 360 saying the game's ammo counters are all busted up.
While Infinity Ward work to get a patch onto the PS3 to combat the "javelin exploit", 360 owners should know the developer is doing likewise for Microsoft's console.
While Microsoft will take swift, stern action against anyone caught using the javelin "exploit" in Modern Warfare 2, Sony apparently couldn't care less.
Needless to say, when a game sells as many copies as Modern Warfare 2 has, there'll be millions of people hanging out for its first wave of its downloadable content.
If you followed the rules, you just finished the Modern Warfare 2 campaign this weekend and are here to discuss it in our Game Club finale. Thoughts on the ending? Thoughts on the next game for Game Club?
"Will Statton" - not his real name - is 48 years old. And when Modern Warfare 2 was released, he was up at midnight to get an early copy, then took the next day off to play. Problem?
Outer space and betrayal are a part of the fourth (of five) Game Club meetings about the Modern Warfare 2 campaign. Thoughts on the penultimate batch of levels?
Take this with a grain of salt, but this clip sure looks like it's revealing some new multiplayer modes for Modern Warfare 2, found lurking somewhere in the game's code.
Absurd excesses aside, Modern Warfare 2 likes to keep thing pretty straight. Real men, real weapons, real countries. But during the game's development cycle, Infinity Ward were open to things of a quirkier nature.
Modern Warfare 2 has made about a bazillion dollars so far around the world, but that's not all profit. You've got to subtract the game's development costs. And for such a polished game, those must be pretty high...
We're back for more discussion of the only (?) video game that includes inspirational quotes from both Gandhi and Dick Cheney. Let's discuss three more levels.