I'm not sure at what point my test drive of the Call of Duty: Black Ops remote control truck became an attempt to blow things up, but it was easily within the first ten seconds.
If you can have this much fun with Call of Duty: Black Ops' remote-controlled vehicle in-game, imagine how much fun you'll have with the real version included in the game's newly-revealed Prestige Edition.
Due out this November, the special edition of Call of Duty: Black Ops will include a tiny remote control "video surveillance vehicle" inspired by the game's multiplayer.
Modern Warfare 2 garnered an absurd amount of attention from not just this site, but seemingly everyone with its buzz-building release. So the game's over the top $150 night vision-goggle-including Prestige Edition seemed fitting when it was announced.