Tagged: call of duty

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Activision and Call of Duty Ghosts VS Rockstar Games and GTA5

  FIGHT! ! ! In the red corner, weighing in at $2billion+, Rockstar Games’ GTA 5. In the blue corner, weight currently unknown, Activision’s Call of Duty Ghosts. Activision are pissed off. For years it seemed no one could topple the godlike Call of Duty series for sales. Then Rockstar threw ten bajillion squillion dollars into making GTA 5 and created the most successful game ever. Activision want their crown back. It’s the biggest battle in gaming history.  Can Activision possibly scrape enough dough to topple GTA 5?  They’ll certainly get their chance, with one of the biggest game developments...

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5 Modern Warfare 2 and the ACR

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2’s single player campaign may have disappointed a lot of fans, but it more than made up for it with an absolutely stunning multiplayer. It’s still one of the most played multiplayer games in the world, despite being released quite a long time ago. The game is packed full of awesome weapons too of which it’s hard to pick the best. My personal favourite Modern Warfare 2 weapon? The ACR. 5: Call of duty Modern Warfare 2 and the ACR                      

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Call of Duty Players Are Angry And Frustrated Claims New Study

Love games like Call of Duty Black Ops 2, God of War Ascension and Gears of War Judgment? Then you’re an angry individual who needs to vent your frustration with life. . . at least, that’s what a new study shows. It’s long been debated whether playing violent video games makes you more violent in real life, and whether people who play violent video games do so to blow off steam. Though the “games cause violence” debate is long and, ultimately, completely stupid, the debate about whether we play violent games to vent frustration and anger is actually pretty interesting....

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Islamic Extremists Call of Duty Shows Gamings Hypocrisy

Call of Duty, Battlefield and Medal of Honor have long been banned in Pakistan for the way they portray the Middle East. Shown as terrorists hell bent on destorying civilization, perhaps that’s not surprising. Now, however, the shoe has been put squarely on the other foot thanks to a new game, “Ismalic Mali.” The game, which was made by Islamic extremists, has players fighting on the side of al-Qaeda. The game depicts the conflict in Mali, where Jihadi soldiers and French military are fighting local rebel forces. The game is causing quite the scene online, with many calling it evil....