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  1. Today, it was announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be released as a standalone game. The wait will be short, as it comes out on June 27 for digital download and physical retail. However, this date only pertains to the PlayStation 4. PC and Xbox One releases aren't off the table–the end of the launch trailer states "first on PS4" suggesting a release to more platforms in the future. The remaster will be in "true high-definition, featuring enhanced textures, rendering, [and] high-dynamic range lighting." Its price tag will be $39.99. Originally, Call of Duty 4 released in 2007 to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This is not the first release for the remaster, as it arrived last fall with a small caveat: players had to have Inifinite Warfare to run it. Simply put, in Activision's words, "you must own Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare in order to get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered." What do you think about the remaster being released as a standalone? Should it have been released as such last year? View full article
  2. Today, it was announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be released as a standalone game. The wait will be short, as it comes out on June 27 for digital download and physical retail. However, this date only pertains to the PlayStation 4. PC and Xbox One releases aren't off the table–the end of the launch trailer states "first on PS4" suggesting a release to more platforms in the future. The remaster will be in "true high-definition, featuring enhanced textures, rendering, [and] high-dynamic range lighting." Its price tag will be $39.99. Originally, Call of Duty 4 released in 2007 to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This is not the first release for the remaster, as it arrived last fall with a small caveat: players had to have Inifinite Warfare to run it. Simply put, in Activision's words, "you must own Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare in order to get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered." What do you think about the remaster being released as a standalone? Should it have been released as such last year?
  3. Call of Duty has a live-action tradition when it comes to trailers and commercials leading up to a new release. These ad campaigns typically include some serious star power alongside what the advertisement considers normal people. We've seen Emminem, Robert Downey Jr., and many more take center stage to get people hyped for an upcoming Call of Duty game in commercials that usually have some kind of weird twist. All of these campaigns have been masterminded by ad agency 72andSunny, and the latest advertisement displays the same strategies of thrusting celebrities into strange situations. Titled, "Screw It, Let's Go To Space," the ad plays off of the complete mess current US and world events have been and presents Infinite Warfare as an escapist fantasy everyone can enjoy. "If ever there was a year when people could use a break from the headlines for a little good-old-fashioned escapist entertainment, 2016 is it," said Tim Ellis, Activision's CMO. "‘Screw It, Let's Go To Space' captures this feeling on a global scale and transports you into the epic gameplay and settings of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It's a thrill ride like no other, and it's coming November 4th." The new live-action launch trailer has been helmed by director Peter Berg of Pony Show Entertainment, his third collaboration with Call of Duty. "Screw It, Let's Go To Space" features cameos from world record holding, 23 time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps and actor Danny McBride who many might recognize from Eastbound & Down and Tropic Thunder. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be the first game in the series to take place in the cold vacuum of space beyond Earth's confines. Players can expect to take part in space dog-fighting, zero gravity action, and smooth transitions between gameplay and cutscenes. Sticking with tradition, Infinite Warfare will also have a zombies co-op mode set in the 1980s called "Zombies in Spaceland." Developed by Infinity Ward, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches worldwide on November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Those who want to play the revamped classic Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, retitled Modern Warfare Remastered, will have to purchase either the Digital Deluxe or Legacy editions of Infinite Warfare as Activision has said that Modern Warfare Remastered will not be available any other way.
  4. Call of Duty has a live-action tradition when it comes to trailers and commercials leading up to a new release. These ad campaigns typically include some serious star power alongside what the advertisement considers normal people. We've seen Emminem, Robert Downey Jr., and many more take center stage to get people hyped for an upcoming Call of Duty game in commercials that usually have some kind of weird twist. All of these campaigns have been masterminded by ad agency 72andSunny, and the latest advertisement displays the same strategies of thrusting celebrities into strange situations. Titled, "Screw It, Let's Go To Space," the ad plays off of the complete mess current US and world events have been and presents Infinite Warfare as an escapist fantasy everyone can enjoy. "If ever there was a year when people could use a break from the headlines for a little good-old-fashioned escapist entertainment, 2016 is it," said Tim Ellis, Activision's CMO. "‘Screw It, Let's Go To Space' captures this feeling on a global scale and transports you into the epic gameplay and settings of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It's a thrill ride like no other, and it's coming November 4th." The new live-action launch trailer has been helmed by director Peter Berg of Pony Show Entertainment, his third collaboration with Call of Duty. "Screw It, Let's Go To Space" features cameos from world record holding, 23 time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps and actor Danny McBride who many might recognize from Eastbound & Down and Tropic Thunder. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be the first game in the series to take place in the cold vacuum of space beyond Earth's confines. Players can expect to take part in space dog-fighting, zero gravity action, and smooth transitions between gameplay and cutscenes. Sticking with tradition, Infinite Warfare will also have a zombies co-op mode set in the 1980s called "Zombies in Spaceland." Developed by Infinity Ward, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches worldwide on November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Those who want to play the revamped classic Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, retitled Modern Warfare Remastered, will have to purchase either the Digital Deluxe or Legacy editions of Infinite Warfare as Activision has said that Modern Warfare Remastered will not be available any other way. View full article
  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. Call of Duty 2 has now joined the roster of backwards compatible titles on Xbox One. This marks the second title from Infinity Ward to be added to the list of Xbox 360 games that play on Xbox One. Black Ops was added back in May. Heralded by many as the greatest World War II shooter of all time when it released back in 2005, Call of Duty 2 holds a great degree of nostalgia for many fans of the FPS genre. It's pretty fantastic that Xbox One owners now have the opportunity to play the classic for themselves. You can view the full list of backwards compatible games on Major Nelson's blog. You can vote on Xbox 360 titles that you want to see become playable on Xbox One and the current several front runners are all Call of Duty titles (with the exception of Skyrim at number two). View full article
  8. Call of Duty 2 has now joined the roster of backwards compatible titles on Xbox One. This marks the second title from Infinity Ward to be added to the list of Xbox 360 games that play on Xbox One. Black Ops was added back in May. Heralded by many as the greatest World War II shooter of all time when it released back in 2005, Call of Duty 2 holds a great degree of nostalgia for many fans of the FPS genre. It's pretty fantastic that Xbox One owners now have the opportunity to play the classic for themselves. You can view the full list of backwards compatible games on Major Nelson's blog. You can vote on Xbox 360 titles that you want to see become playable on Xbox One and the current several front runners are all Call of Duty titles (with the exception of Skyrim at number two).
  9. 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.
  10. 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
  11. If you have been craving lasers, jet packs, tsunamis, and adrenaline, it would appear that Infinity Ward's upcoming FPS will have more than enough to satisfy those oddly specific desires. Today, Activision unveiled the multiplayer for the next Call of Duty being developed by Infinity Ward. They presented the world with a new trailer that shows off the numerous ways players will be able to jump, jet, camouflage, and shoot each other across the battlefields of the near future. In addition to the trailer, Activision announced that fans can pre-order the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition. This pre-order will allow players to access the game 24 hours before its release, in-game weapons and equipment, and double experience on November 3rd.
  12. If you have been craving lasers, jet packs, tsunamis, and adrenaline, it would appear that Infinity Ward's upcoming FPS will have more than enough to satisfy those oddly specific desires. Today, Activision unveiled the multiplayer for the next Call of Duty being developed by Infinity Ward. They presented the world with a new trailer that shows off the numerous ways players will be able to jump, jet, camouflage, and shoot each other across the battlefields of the near future. In addition to the trailer, Activision announced that fans can pre-order the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition. This pre-order will allow players to access the game 24 hours before its release, in-game weapons and equipment, and double experience on November 3rd. View full article
  13. Titanfall, the first game from the creators of Call of Duty since they left developer Infinity Ward, has gone into open beta on both Xbox One and PC for the next few days. Though originally slated to end on the 18th, it was announced via Twitter that the beta would be extended due to server down time and would instead end on the 19th at 6pm Pacific. Everyone who registered for the beta should now have the game added to their Origin libraries. However, if you didn't register it would appear that you are out of luck as new registrations are not being accepted. Those with access to the beta can try out three different game modes: team deathmatch, Last Titan Standing, and capture point. The beta allows players to raise their accounts to level 14 as well as customize their Titans and loadouts. Titanfall is being released on March 11 on PC and Xbox One with a Xbox 360 version coming on March 25. Are you playing in the Titanfall beta? What do you think of it? View full article
  14. Titanfall, the first game from the creators of Call of Duty since they left developer Infinity Ward, has gone into open beta on both Xbox One and PC for the next few days. Though originally slated to end on the 18th, it was announced via Twitter that the beta would be extended due to server down time and would instead end on the 19th at 6pm Pacific. Everyone who registered for the beta should now have the game added to their Origin libraries. However, if you didn't register it would appear that you are out of luck as new registrations are not being accepted. Those with access to the beta can try out three different game modes: team deathmatch, Last Titan Standing, and capture point. The beta allows players to raise their accounts to level 14 as well as customize their Titans and loadouts. Titanfall is being released on March 11 on PC and Xbox One with a Xbox 360 version coming on March 25. Are you playing in the Titanfall beta? What do you think of it?
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