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Can't wait for the next Call of Duty? Controller burning a hole in your coffee table? The Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer has begun, so you can jump right in!
If you're worried that all the changes to the Guitar Hero series means you have to stop belting out your favorite songs, push that notion out of your head. Activision has announced that Guitar Hero Live will continue to support singing, so you can use Guitar Hero as your own personal karaoke simulator.
Guitar Hero Live is a key player in the movement to revitalize the rhythm gaming genre, and it looks to be leading the pack as far as innovation goes. So it's no surprise to hear that if you've got the right kind of equipment, you may well be able to play the game without even having to rely on a console.
Activision made a strange announcement today: Prototype and Prototype 2 are now available in a bundle pack for the Xbox One and PS4. You can download the bundle right now from the respective console's digital storefront.
Bungie and Activision are listening. That's the gist of their latest update over on the official Bungie website, where they addressed fan frustration with having to re-buy Destiny just to get a few new trinkets that were made exclusive in the Taken King Collector's Edtion.
Itís once again time to grab your virtual deck and hit the pavement as Activision announces Tony Hawkís Pro Skater 5, heading to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was announced yesterday for PS4, Xbox One and PC. However, that doesn't mean that older consoles will miss out on the futuristic shooter.
New information has been revealed for the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, due out this November for the home consoles and PC. The single-player campaign that usually plays host to all those massive Hollywood blockbuster moments and scripted events won't be as linear in Black Ops 3 as it was in some previous titles.
The recent teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 created a lot of buzz about the game due to its themes and topics. One of the common comparisons, though, was that the game was very similar to Eidos Montreal's Deus Ex games. Well, the Deus Ex devs managed to get some laughs out of the gaming audience at the expense of Black Ops 3.
Activision is supposed to make a full reveal of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 this weekend. However, their great unveiling has been spoiled by leaks of important details about the game.
After two weeks of anticipation, Call of Duty fans are finally getting a glimpse at Black Ops III. Though, this particular trailer raises more questions than it answers.
For 13 long years, gamers have been waiting for another Tony Hawk's Pro Skater title. And after a seemingly endless stream of Tony-Hawk-themed spinoffs, it looks like the folks at Activision are finally giving in. Though, the publisher hasn't made an official announcement, so you'll have to take the caterer's word for it.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was announced by Activision earlier today with a brief trailer. While the trailer wasn't so informative, the website was.
Activision and Treyarch have decided to stop teasing and finally tell us what the next Call of Duty will be. They officially announced Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 with a short trailer today.
Activision is getting a jump on its upcoming Call of Duty announcement with a series of mysterious teasers. And if the CoD community is interpreting these videos correctly, Black Ops is about to get another sequel.