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'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare' Review

Platforms: PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC

Publisher: Activision Developer: Sledgehammer Games

Genre: First Person Shooter Played On: PS4

We all say the same thing every year; that… 1,837 more words

[ First Impressions Review ] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

You remember that article I made regarding this latest entry into the Call of Duty franchise and what I think Activision could do to bring the series out of its currently stagnant state? 533 more words


I feel sorry for Sledgehammer Games.

Sledgehammer games, the studio that made the latest iteration of Activisions yearly milk that is Call of Duty.

They created Advanced Warfare with a futuristic setting and with that, gave the players a few more gameplay options, the only bad part is, when these new gameplay options get used, it’s for the sole purpose of doing what they do in every other Call of Duty game, sit in a damn corner and wait on someone running past. 159 more words


New Call of Duty Zombies Mode Coming to 'Advanced Warfare'

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Activision revealed today that the first chapter of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s “Exo Zombies” mode will be included in the Havoc DLC pack coming early next year. 184 more words


Call of Duty Publisher Activision Handing Out Copyright Claims via YouTube

Got a video on YouTube showing how you exploited Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is in some way, shape or form? Well, if you do, be prepared to get a claim against you made by Activision Blizzard and your video removed whether you like it or not. 23 more words


Daily Destiny 11/26/14: Daily Bounties, Daily Heroic

This is one going to be quick today. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, so I may or may not do one tomorrow. We’ll see. I’m leaning towards doing one, but I don’t know yet. 317 more words


Episode 2: Hype, Pre-Orders, and Broken Games

Games are increasingly released unfinished and/or broken. Looking back at the past 18 months, an alarming number of big-budget, triple-A prestige titles were released to the consumer at full price yet fundamentally unplayable. 814 more words