I avoid Modern Warfare multiplayer, because it's no fun to lose all the time. (I've got no time to practice!) But you might be having fun—and I might finally have the will to join you, thanks to a twist in two of the three new maps coming to the Xbox 360 in the coming days.
Most of the time on Fine Art I look at new stuff, or at least somewhat contemporary art. Sometimes, though, I like to look a little further back. Today is one of those days, and it's a real treat.
It's a fair guess that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will follow in the footsteps of last year's Call of Duty: Black Ops, shattering sales records and bringing even more people to video games.
We've been gentle so far in our revealing of what we know about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. We've tip-toed through the minefield of spoilers, and tried to reveal only facts anyone would want to know. That ends here.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is coming Nov. 8, 2011, Kotaku has learned, delivering with it mammoth battles that engulf a dozen cities around the world including New York, Paris and London.
Packed with 15 levels set in locations around the world, from Manhattan to the catacombs of Paris, Modern Warfare 3's near-future campaign looks to be an experience that will top anything seen before in a Call of Duty game.
If we're getting a Modern Warfare 3 this November, it's going to come at the cost of an Call of Duty spin-off from the head creator of Dead Space, the Los Angeles Times reported today.
There's chatter that Britain's most famous secret agent is set to star in a stealth game. This might be footage of said game.
According to a major James Bond universe fan site, a "stealth" game starring Britain's most famous secret agent is being worked on by Raven Software, the guys behind Singularity, Hexen and Jedi Knight II.
Hexen was one of the finest - and most underrated - shooters to come out during the 1990s. And it's part of a franchise that hasn't been seen since. Oh, until now!
The developer behind Singularity, Wolfenstein and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance was hit with layoffs today, according to sources familiar with Raven Software.
Activision and Raven Software release a first-person shooter with a time-traveling twist. Is this Sierra's intriguing yet disappointing TimeShift all over again?
Not sure what Singularity is all about? This trailer for its multiplayer - now there's an irony - should clue you in. For starters, it's got projectile-vomiting, time-traveling zombies, a real one-up of that conventional foe.
The latest episode of Kotaku Talk Radio is ready for you to download. Listen to an hour of conversation between me and the amiable Jeff Poffenbarger, senior producer of upcoming first-person shooter Singularity. Cheese was discussed.
Time-warping? Gunplay? Raven Software? Sounds like Singularity to me. Give us a call for a chance to talk to the producer behind the upcoming game.
Jeff Poffenbarger (not pictured above) is going to talk some Singularity live on Kotaku Talk Radio a little later today. Prepare your call-in questions.
Raven Software's oft-delayed sci-fi shooter Singularity will get a little help from last year's open-world action adventure Prototype. Activision is giving away the latter if you purchase a copy of the Xbox 360 version of Singularity.