Also On: Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii
Console Played On: Xbox 360
Release Date: Friday September 24th 2010
Age Rating: ESRB: T, PEGI: 12+
Reviewed By: David Pitchforth
Archive for the Activision Category
Developer: Bizarre Creations
Also on: Xbox 360, PC
Format Played On: PlayStation 3
Release Date: May 25th 2010
Age Rating: ESRB: E10+
Treyarch have unveiled the next game in the Call of Duty franchiese, Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Following on from their last game, World at War, Black Ops’ trailer showcases lots of warfare very quickly, with what indeed looks like Vietnam, however the game we think might take a leaf out of Assassin’s Creed book, as the trailer indicates you are a soldier who is being made to relive past memories.
There was also what looks like a Russian cosmonaut briefly too, with the game possibly spanning the whole of the Cold War.
Check out the trailer from GTTV after the jump.
CVG have unveiled the new title for Activision’s forthcoming James Bond title.
The new game will be called James Bond: Bloodstone and will not be tied in to Bond 23 movie. Rumours about the game speculate that it is more than just the racer that was first mentioned but that the game could also incorporate FPS or TPS mechanics.
Infinity Ward’s shooter has now surpassed Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in terms of sales and now only has Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training left stopping it becoming the biggest game the country has ever seen.
Modern Warfare 2 is still in the ELSPA charts, sitting at number six even after being on sale for over four months.
[Thanks to MCV]
“There will be no Nazis or zombies in any piece of Modern Warfare 2 downloadable content,” said Bowling, however with the next Call of Duty coming this year from Treyarch, we wouldn’t be surprised to see it rear its head in the new game.
Modern Warfare 2 has been a phenomenal success, there can be no disputing that. In fact, it has been so much of a success that Activision publishing boss Mike Griffith has said that the company has “not planned on repeating the same level of success on this year’s title,” however they still remain “bullish” about it’s success.
[Thanks to GI.biz]