The future is black, announces the trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
When we say "Dubstep" most people think of hard drops and grinding wubs. But there is a lot more to the genre than that.
Guns were always a given for the next Call of Duty. Women? We really did not expect them.
The people who are making the next Call of Duty will barely tell us anything about the new game's multiplayer. Oliver North won't, either.
Blink and you'll miss it. The Guy Fawkes mask flashes on the screen only for a brief instant, but it's there. Twice.
In case you haven't seen it already, Oliver North is now selling video games. And fear. It's a step down from illegally selling weapons, true, but it's still raising eyebrows.
We've seen the amazing new Call of Duty, and we can't wait to play it on November 13. Today, we're telling you all about it...
During the 1980s, Oliver North rocketed into the national spotlight with the Iran-Contra controversy. Decades later, North is still in the national spotlight, but this time it's not for selling arms for U.S. hostages. It's for selling a video game.
Call of Duty's UK webpage confirms the long rumored sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops.
It's quick as can be but there's an obscure teaser for Activision's next big first-person shooter on the Call of Duty website.
I was on the fence about posting this because, I mean, "Black Ops 2 coming out in November?" Stop the presses, that's like "Call of Duty is coming out this year"-type news. But the game does seem to have a clever codename, unless the codename is actually its title.