“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.
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Modern Warfare 2 is fun. No point trying to deny it; the joy of ‘pwning’ some ‘noobs’ across the ether is brilliantly addictive. But, you’ve got to take the good with the bad. And just like how the vibrant streets of Rio De Janeiro paint a pretty picture, underneath there lies a dark and seedy underworld; the world of the cheaters. Here are 5 non-console specific, non-hacks that you’re likely to encounter in a random game:
So Modern Warfare 2 is now out.
Ain’t that great. So great that we’re doing two MW2 reviews.
One for PS3, one for 360.
We feel that Modern Warfare 2 is so important, that we have decided to do two reviews for the game. I will be handling the PS3 review personally, and our own reviews editor David Pitchforth will be handling the 360 version.
This is the most antcipated game of the decade, but the question though is can it also be the game of the decade, let alone game of the year?
All will be revealed shortly. Expect our review in the fourthcoming days.
Everyone is hiding for the hills this week, as the only blockbuster game worth mentioning this week is not just the most antcipated game of the year, but one of the most antcipated games this decade, and of all time full stop.
Modern. Warfare. 2.
There really are no other games worth mentioning this week other then this. Oh, wait, there is. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex for ther Nintendo Wii. A Wii port of the original Modern Warfare coming for World at War developers Treyarch, who get possesion of the main IP for the next game in the series, as Acti confirmed this week.
Find the full list of games, whatever many there may be, after the jump.
Square Enix has detailed it’s holiday line-up for Japan. Starting with Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers for the Wii on November 12th, and ending with, of course, Final Fantasy XIII on December 17th for the PlayStation 3.
Crystal Bearers also got a North American release date of Boxing Day.
Assassin’s Creed II, which is being published by the company in Japan on behalf of Ubisoft, gets a release on December 3rd for the PS3 and 360, and Modern Warfare 2, also being published by Square on behalf of Activision, gets a release a month after the West does on December 10th.
Find the full list of releases after the jump.
It’s an extended edition of the TV advertisement going about right now. That, and the trailer, has a very big spoiler, so we actually advise you to avoid this trailer. But if you want to watch, watch. You do so at your own peril.
It’s after the jump.