In the futuristic 2025 setting of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the United States has become locked in a second Cold War with China due largely to a shortage of rare earth elements, which are vital in the creation of a lot of the technology and advanced military hardware we use today.
I didn't much like the squad-based shooter set in Resident Evil's hometown when it came out last month. But some of you all did. You're in luck, then as Capcom's announced new add-on content that lets you play as ORC's would-be heroes.
Sixty five years after the end of World War II, the second world war seems to have lost its attraction for video game developers.