So, did you guys vote or did you just stay at home playing Halo 4? One will determine the fate of our country for the next four years while the other the fate of the universe. From that perspective the choice seems rather simple. But enough about that! Onwards to the industry’s current juggernaut. After that, get ready for a full on console launch come this Sunday. Too bad you won’t see any of those games here. I’m saving those for a special Coming Soon this Friday.
I was a little tempted to troll my readers and simply repost my old review for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 with a few edits, but after rereading it, I realized that most of it doesn’t apply to how I felt about Modern Warfare 3. Gone are the days when pretty graphics and stuff blowing up nice and big before our eyes can satisfy our gaming taste like it did two years ago. Now it just feels rote.
Activision and Infinity Ward’s legal battle rages on as a new cross complaint, filed by Jason West and Vincent Zampella, adds new allegations against their former employers.
UPDATE 2: In a story that has more twist than the game it is supposedly based upon, Geoff Keighley over at Gameslice, sets the record straight. Apparently a Canadian production company, We Can Pretend, has taken credit for the site findmakarov.com. An individual with ties to the project emailed Mr. Keighley a still from the alleged short film based on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (see inserted picture above).