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Call of Duty: WWII Release Details & Trailer

The latest edition to the renowned Call of Duty franchise is set to be released on the 03rd November 2017 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. 148 more words

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Where to Next for the Call of Duty Series. WWII and Beyond.

The official announcement of the next installment in the Call Of Duty series has just been announced confirming the setting to be in World War 2 bringing the first person shooter series back to its ‘boots on ground’ origins (Call of Duty 2 from 2005) but this time with Sledgehammer Games (MW3 and Advanced Warfare) taking the reins. 542 more words

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My Thoughts On: The Call of Duty: WWII Announcement

Boy, at one point, I thought this day would never come. Yet it has. And in glorious fashion. Call of Duty, my favorite first person shooter series, is finally going back to World War II. 559 more words

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November 3rd, New CoD:WWII!!

So, it has been 2 days since the new CoD game was announced, finally back to WWII a kind of game that I love because that’s the kind of game that got me into FPS. 243 more words

Video Games

Good Game: Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (PS)

A Good Game a day for the rest of time perhaps?

Today it’s Mat Hoffman’s Pro BMX a BMX sport video game endorsed by Mat Hoffman, developed by Shaba Games and published by Activision. 116 more words

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Call of Duty: World War II - Predictions and Speculation

So the rumours were true, the Call of Duty franchise is going back to it’s roots as a WW2 FPS, a move that many of the fans seem to be happy with. 313 more words

Gaming

Character Unlock: Boots on the Ground - A Telltale Series

Welcome to another episode of Character Unlock, the video game-centric (but equally shambolic) Failed Critics sister podcast. In our 17th episode, usual host Andrew Brooker has stepped aside to let his partner in crime John Miller take the reigns, guiding us through the news from the past couple of weeks and keeping things on track as the guys share their last couple of weeks of gaming. 204 more words

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