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  1. Activision wanted Call of Duty to return to its roots and the latest trailer really goes hard into those roots. Revealed during an accompanying hour-long livestream, Call of Duty: WWII brings players back to the battlefields of the European theater of World War II. The trailer begins on the landing boats of Normandy and seems to imply players will be storming the beaches from a first-person perspective when the title releases later this year. Players take on the role of a new recruit to the 1st Infantry Division as they fight their way through Europe against Nazi Germany. While the trailer does class things up with an operatic, punctuating score, there are still enough yelling, shooting, explosions, and punching to remind you that this is going to be a brutal Call of Duty experience. Of the details that have been revealed regarding Call of Duty: WWII's gameplay, perhaps the most unique is the axing of passively regenerating health. In the last decade of Call of Duty titles, recovering health meant taking cover and waiting for a few moments before popping up again, ready to do battle. That's not the case in Call of Duty: WWII. Instead, players will have to rely on their allies to bring them medicine and bandage their wounds on the battlefield. This extends to other needs, too. Out of ammo? Players will have to call out to their squad to bring them more. Need covering fire to make it to the next patch of relative safety? You'll have to shout for your allies to do that. If that sounds custom-made for a co-op experience, fear not! While the single-player campaign has players relying on AI companions, Sledgehammer Games has added a second co-op campaign with its own story so you can harangue your real-life friends to give you health, ammo, and cover. More details on Call of Duty: WWII will be revealed during E3.
  2. Activision wanted Call of Duty to return to its roots and the latest trailer really goes hard into those roots. Revealed during an accompanying hour-long livestream, Call of Duty: WWII brings players back to the battlefields of the European theater of World War II. The trailer begins on the landing boats of Normandy and seems to imply players will be storming the beaches from a first-person perspective when the title releases later this year. Players take on the role of a new recruit to the 1st Infantry Division as they fight their way through Europe against Nazi Germany. While the trailer does class things up with an operatic, punctuating score, there are still enough yelling, shooting, explosions, and punching to remind you that this is going to be a brutal Call of Duty experience. Of the details that have been revealed regarding Call of Duty: WWII's gameplay, perhaps the most unique is the axing of passively regenerating health. In the last decade of Call of Duty titles, recovering health meant taking cover and waiting for a few moments before popping up again, ready to do battle. That's not the case in Call of Duty: WWII. Instead, players will have to rely on their allies to bring them medicine and bandage their wounds on the battlefield. This extends to other needs, too. Out of ammo? Players will have to call out to their squad to bring them more. Need covering fire to make it to the next patch of relative safety? You'll have to shout for your allies to do that. If that sounds custom-made for a co-op experience, fear not! While the single-player campaign has players relying on AI companions, Sledgehammer Games has added a second co-op campaign with its own story so you can harangue your real-life friends to give you health, ammo, and cover. More details on Call of Duty: WWII will be revealed during E3. View full article
  3. After a long period of rumor and speculation, Activision Blizzard has confirmed that the next Call of Duty will indeed be returning to the battlefields of World War II. The next installment will be called Call of Duty: WWII. More details will be revealed in a livestream on the Call of Duty website next Wednesday, April 26. Images purporting to be from Call of Duty promotional material have been circulating internet forums for the past months, but nothing official came out of Activision. The only hint that the images and information might be real was from an Activision investor call back in February in which the company stated that they would be going back to "traditional combat" after their forays into science-fiction action. Due to the lackluster performance of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, they said that their 2017 addition to the series would be "giving the players what they want." Though Call of Duty initially started as a series set exclusively in the historical conflicts of World War II, that changed with Infinity Ward's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. That game catapulted the series into ubiquity and Activision never really looked back. Treyarch delivered one more WWII entry to the series in 2008 with Call of Duty: World at War, but after that the series shifted focus to highlight fictional, near-future conflicts. After almost a decade, seeing Call of Duty return to its roots is a refreshing change of pace. View full article
  4. After a long period of rumor and speculation, Activision Blizzard has confirmed that the next Call of Duty will indeed be returning to the battlefields of World War II. The next installment will be called Call of Duty: WWII. More details will be revealed in a livestream on the Call of Duty website next Wednesday, April 26. Images purporting to be from Call of Duty promotional material have been circulating internet forums for the past months, but nothing official came out of Activision. The only hint that the images and information might be real was from an Activision investor call back in February in which the company stated that they would be going back to "traditional combat" after their forays into science-fiction action. Due to the lackluster performance of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, they said that their 2017 addition to the series would be "giving the players what they want." Though Call of Duty initially started as a series set exclusively in the historical conflicts of World War II, that changed with Infinity Ward's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. That game catapulted the series into ubiquity and Activision never really looked back. Treyarch delivered one more WWII entry to the series in 2008 with Call of Duty: World at War, but after that the series shifted focus to highlight fictional, near-future conflicts. After almost a decade, seeing Call of Duty return to its roots is a refreshing change of pace.
  5. This week the podcast returns to form ready to talk about the defining first-person shooter of the last console generation. The 2007 release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare changed the way almost all FPS developers approached multiplayer and paved the way for yearly releases for non-sports titles. Does Infinity Ward's highly acclaimed title hold up almost a decade later? Each week we will be tackling a video game, old or new, that at least one of us believes deserves to stand as one of the greatest games of all time. We'll dive into its history, development, and gameplay, while trying to argue for or against the game of the week. Sometimes we will be in harmonious agreement, other times we might be fighting a bitter battle to the very end. However each episode shakes out, we hope that everyone who listens will find the show entertaining and informative. Outro music: Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals 'Searing Aggression' by zircon (http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR03386) You can download or listen to the podcast over on Soundcloud, our hosting site, and iTunes. A YouTube version is (sometimes) available as well, so you can watch what we are talking about while we talk about it! You can also follow the show on Twitter: @BestGamesPeriod New episodes of The Best Games Period will be released every Monday
  6. This week the podcast returns to form ready to talk about the defining first-person shooter of the last console generation. The 2007 release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare changed the way almost all FPS developers approached multiplayer and paved the way for yearly releases for non-sports titles. Does Infinity Ward's highly acclaimed title hold up almost a decade later? Each week we will be tackling a video game, old or new, that at least one of us believes deserves to stand as one of the greatest games of all time. We'll dive into its history, development, and gameplay, while trying to argue for or against the game of the week. Sometimes we will be in harmonious agreement, other times we might be fighting a bitter battle to the very end. However each episode shakes out, we hope that everyone who listens will find the show entertaining and informative. Outro music: Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals 'Searing Aggression' by zircon (http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR03386) You can download or listen to the podcast over on Soundcloud, our hosting site, and iTunes. A YouTube version is (sometimes) available as well, so you can watch what we are talking about while we talk about it! You can also follow the show on Twitter: @BestGamesPeriod New episodes of The Best Games Period will be released every Monday View full article
  7. Though many joked that the next Call of Duty would be in space, Call of Duty is actually going into space with the latest incarnation of the franchise. Touting Infinite Warfare as a return to the franchise roots, Infinity Ward's new entry into the series pits players against the Settlement Defense Front following a surprise attack on Earth. Gameplay shown during the trailer shows players piloting fighters from Earth into space and having orbital dogfights, fighting hand to hand in space, and setting foot on what seem to be alien planets. The cast seems to be surprisingly diverse with men and women of different racial backgrounds under fire as the supporting crew. Not only that, but those who pre-order the Legacy or Digital Deluxe editions of Infinite Warfare will receive Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, a complete rehaul of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the game that catapulted Call of Duty to its current heights. The remade Call of Duty 4 from the ground up! That's the good news. Unfortunately, there is also bad news. First, it's worth noting that the remastered version will only have 10 of the original's multiplayer maps. The real kicker seems to be that there are currently no plans to release Modern Warfare Remastered as a standalone title. The only way that Activision seems to be making it available is through pre-ordering the Legacy, Legacy Pro, or Digital Deluxe editions of Infinite Warfare. It seems that Activision is tying Remastered and Infinite Warfare together, so that even if they do make it available outside of pre-orders, Infinite Warfare will still be required to play Modern Warfare Remastered. This is a strange move by Activision and I can't help but think that it is a temporary cash grab. It makes no sense to not sell the remastered version of one of the most influential games of all time by itself. The only way this seems like a good way to make money is to tout it as a pre-order bonus, rake in those sweet, sweet, pre-order numbers, wait for a bit after Infinite Warfare releases, and then release Modern Warfare Remastered as a standalone title. Whatever the shady business going on behind the scenes, I am actually really impressed with Infinite Warfare's reveal. Initially I rolled my eyes, but the trailer with its swelling version of David Bowie's "Space Oddity," interesting locations, intriguing tech, and glimpses of characters eventually won me over. I'm a big sucker for action set in outer space and since Star Wars Battlefront is surprisingly lacking in that area, maybe Infinite Warfare can scratch that itch. I also wouldn't mind trekking through the incredible Call of Duty 4 all over again, either. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
  8. Though many joked that the next Call of Duty would be in space, Call of Duty is actually going into space with the latest incarnation of the franchise. Touting Infinite Warfare as a return to the franchise roots, Infinity Ward's new entry into the series pits players against the Settlement Defense Front following a surprise attack on Earth. Gameplay shown during the trailer shows players piloting fighters from Earth into space and having orbital dogfights, fighting hand to hand in space, and setting foot on what seem to be alien planets. The cast seems to be surprisingly diverse with men and women of different racial backgrounds under fire as the supporting crew. Not only that, but those who pre-order the Legacy or Digital Deluxe editions of Infinite Warfare will receive Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, a complete rehaul of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the game that catapulted Call of Duty to its current heights. The remade Call of Duty 4 from the ground up! That's the good news. Unfortunately, there is also bad news. First, it's worth noting that the remastered version will only have 10 of the original's multiplayer maps. The real kicker seems to be that there are currently no plans to release Modern Warfare Remastered as a standalone title. The only way that Activision seems to be making it available is through pre-ordering the Legacy, Legacy Pro, or Digital Deluxe editions of Infinite Warfare. It seems that Activision is tying Remastered and Infinite Warfare together, so that even if they do make it available outside of pre-orders, Infinite Warfare will still be required to play Modern Warfare Remastered. This is a strange move by Activision and I can't help but think that it is a temporary cash grab. It makes no sense to not sell the remastered version of one of the most influential games of all time by itself. The only way this seems like a good way to make money is to tout it as a pre-order bonus, rake in those sweet, sweet, pre-order numbers, wait for a bit after Infinite Warfare releases, and then release Modern Warfare Remastered as a standalone title. Whatever the shady business going on behind the scenes, I am actually really impressed with Infinite Warfare's reveal. Initially I rolled my eyes, but the trailer with its swelling version of David Bowie's "Space Oddity," interesting locations, intriguing tech, and glimpses of characters eventually won me over. I'm a big sucker for action set in outer space and since Star Wars Battlefront is surprisingly lacking in that area, maybe Infinite Warfare can scratch that itch. I also wouldn't mind trekking through the incredible Call of Duty 4 all over again, either. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. View full article
  9. The trailer for the next iteration of the Call of Duty franchise has arrived and it has flying motorcycles. Explosions! Drones! Kevin Spacey! Power exoskeletons! More explosions! Flying motor cycles! More Kevin Spacey! Yes, the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer has all of these things and more. Sledgehammer Games is aiming to take the series into the near future where mercenaries meddle in world affairs. Kevin Spacey was cast in the role of Jonathan Irons, the president of one of the largest paramilitary contractors in the world. Does that mean he's the villain? All signs point yes. Details are scarce at the moment, but more information should be available via Game Informer's cover story reveal this Sunday. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is slated for release on November 4, 2014. So, a new Call of Duty. Are you all ready to jump back behind the gun or is it a bit too soon?
  10. The trailer for the next iteration of the Call of Duty franchise has arrived and it has flying motorcycles. Explosions! Drones! Kevin Spacey! Power exoskeletons! More explosions! Flying motor cycles! More Kevin Spacey! Yes, the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer has all of these things and more. Sledgehammer Games is aiming to take the series into the near future where mercenaries meddle in world affairs. Kevin Spacey was cast in the role of Jonathan Irons, the president of one of the largest paramilitary contractors in the world. Does that mean he's the villain? All signs point yes. Details are scarce at the moment, but more information should be available via Game Informer's cover story reveal this Sunday. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is slated for release on November 4, 2014. So, a new Call of Duty. Are you all ready to jump back behind the gun or is it a bit too soon? View full article
  11. October 18-19 teams of eSports competitors will descend on Winter Park, FL for a chance to take home the autumnal title and over $30,000 in prize money. Dota 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops II are the games of choice for this year's Fall Invitational. The tournament will be held on the Winter Park, FL Full Sail University campus. Teams for both games will be battling it out for $10,000, with runners up netting a cool $5,000. The first place Dota 2 team will also snag a guaranteed spot in the International tournament at the MLG Championship, November 22-24. Fans of eSports can spectate the action either in-person or online. Spectators at the physical event have the option of purchasing a $15 general admission pass or a $100 VIP pass that includes reserved seating at both events, a behind-the-scenes tour, and an MLG hoodie. For those who can't make the trek down to Florida, online viewing will be live during the event over on MLG.tv. You can plan your viewing with the handy programming schedule. Dota 2 fans have a third option to view the Dota 2 tourney. Purchasing the In-Game Ticket enables full spectator-mode access and live commentary while within the Dota 2 client. Tickets are available for about $5 in the Dota 2 store in-game and online. View full article
  12. October 18-19 teams of eSports competitors will descend on Winter Park, FL for a chance to take home the autumnal title and over $30,000 in prize money. Dota 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops II are the games of choice for this year's Fall Invitational. The tournament will be held on the Winter Park, FL Full Sail University campus. Teams for both games will be battling it out for $10,000, with runners up netting a cool $5,000. The first place Dota 2 team will also snag a guaranteed spot in the International tournament at the MLG Championship, November 22-24. Fans of eSports can spectate the action either in-person or online. Spectators at the physical event have the option of purchasing a $15 general admission pass or a $100 VIP pass that includes reserved seating at both events, a behind-the-scenes tour, and an MLG hoodie. For those who can't make the trek down to Florida, online viewing will be live during the event over on MLG.tv. You can plan your viewing with the handy programming schedule. Dota 2 fans have a third option to view the Dota 2 tourney. Purchasing the In-Game Ticket enables full spectator-mode access and live commentary while within the Dota 2 client. Tickets are available for about $5 in the Dota 2 store in-game and online.
  13. Treyarch announced today that new DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops II titled Vengeance will be available on Xbox Live beginning July 2. This will be the third multiplayer DLC pack for the popular first-person shooter. The map pack will include four new places to compete against fellow gamers: Cove, Detour, Rush, and Uplink. Cove takes place on a small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean on which a smuggling plane has crash landed. Covering a destroyed suspension bridge, Detour pits players head to head in confined, close-quarters combat. The Rush map actually takes place on a paintball course, while Uplink is a remake of the much loved Summit map from Call of Duty: Black Ops. Vengeance will also include a new zombie map called Buried that takes place in an subterranean mining town from the Old West. Players will meet up with old characters from previous zombie modes and have access to a new weapon called the Ray Gun Mark II. Who else is ready to blast some zombies and celebrate freedom?
  14. Treyarch announced today that new DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops II titled Vengeance will be available on Xbox Live beginning July 2. This will be the third multiplayer DLC pack for the popular first-person shooter. The map pack will include four new places to compete against fellow gamers: Cove, Detour, Rush, and Uplink. Cove takes place on a small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean on which a smuggling plane has crash landed. Covering a destroyed suspension bridge, Detour pits players head to head in confined, close-quarters combat. The Rush map actually takes place on a paintball course, while Uplink is a remake of the much loved Summit map from Call of Duty: Black Ops. Vengeance will also include a new zombie map called Buried that takes place in an subterranean mining town from the Old West. Players will meet up with old characters from previous zombie modes and have access to a new weapon called the Ray Gun Mark II. Who else is ready to blast some zombies and celebrate freedom? View full article
  15. E3 is right around the corner and some companies are jumping on board the E3 information train. Infinity Ward is holding an all-access, 30-minute broadcast that will showcase the first few levels of Call of Duty: Ghosts. The broadcast will also feature some behind-the-scenes content, and interviews with the Infinity Ward team. The broadcast will be hosted by journalist Geoff Keighly and Justine Ezarik of iJustine fame. We don’t know for sure if the broadcast will feature gameplay from the Xbox One version of the Call of Duty title (which is also coming to PS4, and current-gen systems), but is probably a safe bet that the Xbox One will appear in some capacity given the popularity of Call of Duty on the Xbox 360. The broadcast can be viewed on Callofduty.com, the Machinima app on Xbox 360, and “other online destinations across the web” on Sunday, June 9th, at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET.
  16. E3 is right around the corner and some companies are jumping on board the E3 information train. Infinity Ward is holding an all-access, 30-minute broadcast that will showcase the first few levels of Call of Duty: Ghosts. The broadcast will also feature some behind-the-scenes content, and interviews with the Infinity Ward team. The broadcast will be hosted by journalist Geoff Keighly and Justine Ezarik of iJustine fame. We don’t know for sure if the broadcast will feature gameplay from the Xbox One version of the Call of Duty title (which is also coming to PS4, and current-gen systems), but is probably a safe bet that the Xbox One will appear in some capacity given the popularity of Call of Duty on the Xbox 360. The broadcast can be viewed on Callofduty.com, the Machinima app on Xbox 360, and “other online destinations across the web” on Sunday, June 9th, at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET. View full article
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