Borderlandus interruptus occurs when you have to stop playing just before you level up so you can do a podcast. In men, it can cause a painful condition called “blue thumbs.” That’s how this week’s GameHounds show starts. And it continues from there with cohosts Nick Dinicola and Edie Sellers. With what, you ask? Lemme [...]
In: Reviews by Dave "Holy Goalie" Gardner15 Jun 2011
If you like zombies — and who doesn’t — then you need to check out the new zombie map for Call of Duty Black Ops. It is part of the Escalation Map Pack for the Xbox 360 featuring four new multiplayer maps, as well as the “Call of the Dead” map for the zombies. While [...]
I beat Medal of Honor 10 minutes ago (as of the first draft of this writing at least), and the ending strikes me as oddly realistic for a modern military shooter. There’s no real resolution or closure, but then there wasn’t really any story to begin with. This isn’t a criticism, this is actually a [...]
Come on. Walk out. I know he’s coming, but he won’t see me. I’m a ghost. My M16’s suppressor is my guarantee behind this bush. Wait? Dang it! I hear dogs. Crap! I’m dead. If you’re playing Call of Duty: Black Ops, this scenario has become all too familiar. Surprisingly, game developer Treyarch found ways [...]
Though it didn’t have the hype of Halo Reach, Call of Duty Black Ops did get quite a large amount of press, and the lines were so long on launch day, I had to leave and go back to get my copy. So does it live up to the hype ?
This sounds dirty. It’s not. Trust me. This week, Holy Goalie, Edie Sellers, and Nick Dinicola chat up about the week in news. Admittedly, it’s LAST week in gaming news, but there it is. Whatchagonnado? Gran Turismo 5 due in stores November 24. Kinect costs about $56 to manufacture, or so says a website that [...]
In: Articles by Nick "Alsop Live" Dinicola15 Nov 2010
If you bought the Hardened or Prestige versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops for the 360, you’d find a voucher for some free Xbox Avatar outfits. Unfortunately (or fortunately?), Activision messed up and didn’t print a code for female Avatars on the voucher. To make up for the mistake the publisher created two universal [...]
In: Articles by Nicholas "Heartbreak Ridge" Sylvain5 Aug 2010
Since Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick is definitely on the short list of the most despised people in gaming, his words tend to garner an inordinate amount of attention. So, when in mid-June 2010 he mentioned in an interview that he wished Call of Duty would be an online subscription service, naturally the internets exploded. [...]
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