If we are horrified by the level of violence we see in Manhunt it is because we feel sympathy for those being killed. So why are we encouraged to abandon such sympathy in war games? Robert Yang makes a good point when he asserts that war is invisible. His essay appears on the Radiator Blog and… Continue Reading →
In an unsurprising turn from Infinity Ward, David Pellas recently issued a statement that seemed to suggest that players will no longer need to purchase deluxe editions of Infinite Warfare to receive Modern Warfare Remastered. “What we announced before today was that we were going to offer 10 maps on launch, and that’s still true. The announcement today… Continue Reading →
It was leaked just hours ago, and now it’s happening, Call of Duty: Black Ops is available now on Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list. The title is arguably the series’ most accomplished instalment, bringing the name into millions of households for the first time at its 2010 release. After Xbox began providing backwards compatibility for its most… Continue Reading →
It’s all in the rumour-scape at the moment, but leaked images have come to light that appear to show Activision’s new Call of Duty Infinite Warfare: Legacy Edition being packaged with a free copy of Modern Warfare Remastered. If Target’s to be believed, and it’s not unreasonable to believe them based on past experiences, the extra game will… Continue Reading →
In a direct departure from the series’ past ventures, this year’s Call of Duty instalment will see a sci-fi space war setting. The game will not appear as a sequel to developers Infinity Ward’s Ghosts, though that title did appear with a space-age introduction in 2013. Over the weekend, industry insider shinobi602 revealed on NeoGAF that the title will… Continue Reading →
With so much choice, where do you focus your attention and decide what to play on PS4 over the next few months? We got you.
It’s nearly E3 2017 and PlayStation is gearing up for its presentation. Find out which games we expect to hear more about right here.
Studying and video games are two activities that usually stand across the battlefield from each other, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Video game soundtracks are often created to intensify focus without distracting the player from the action, which makes them perfect rousing anthems for the weeks before final exams. Whether you’re looking… Continue Reading →
The annual SXSW conference and festival is upon us once more, which means a whole new list of gaming awards nominees for 2017. Here, we go through the selected nominees and pick out our predictions and hopes for the award show taking place March 18th 8pm-10pm at the Hilton, Austin. Video Game Of The Year… Continue Reading →