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Top 10 Most Disappointing Video Game Sequels Of All Time (Part 2)

While most video game sequels try to improve over their predecessors, some just are not able to live up to the expectations set by the games that came before. So here are the top 10 most disappointing video game sequels of all time. Also, this is Part 2 of a five part article, and you can check out Part 1 here. Ghost Recon: Future Soldier This game suffered from the same issues as did Call of Duty: Infinite. Frequent sequels, with increasing focus on futuristic warfare lead to a game that simply did not resonate with the audience. Thief Stealth games are often a slow and calculated affair. However, when littered with loading screens and backtracking it can become outright tedious. And that’s Thief for you. Battlefield: Hardline While the campaign was actually not half bad, the multip...

Top 10 Worst Games In Our Favorite Video Game Franchises (Part 3)

We all have our favorite Video Game franchises, be it Fallout or Assassin’s Creed or Metal Gear Solid. But even the best of them can stumble at times, and we’ve decided to take a look at the worst games in our favorite video game franchises. Some of these games are good, just not as good as other games in the series, while others are simply bad and not worthy of the company they keep. Also, this is Part 3 of the list, and you can check out Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Batman Arkham Origins Arkham Origins feels like a rushed out, half baked product, and that’s because it was. Made by a smaller team, while the main team worked on the next big title in the series, Arkham Origins is a game even Rock Steady chooses to ignore. Dragon Age 2 I kept playing Dragon Age 2 thinking that there...

Top 5 Worst Call Of Duty Games Ever Made

With Call of Duty going back to its roots of World War II let’s take a look some of the Call of Duty games that were not really up to the mark or just fell flat when compared to its mighty legacy. Before people come at me with pitchforks, this is a list based on my opinion which will most likely differ from yours so before you start commenting with profanities, read why I feel so and then tell me why you think it shouldn’t be on this list. Call of Duty: Ghosts FISH A.I. I mean, when one of your selling points during a conference is ” Fish moving out of the way” what more can one say. Ghosts was released on the latest gen of consoles and was expected to make full use of the new consoles but that was not the case. It wasn’t just visually boring, the gameplay fel...

Call of Duty: Ghosts “Invasion” DLC Confirmed

Activision confirmed the Invasion expansion for Call of Duty: Ghosts. It includes four multiplayer maps (Pharaoh, Departed, Mutiny, and Favela, a remake of Modern Warfare 2’s map) and Episode 3: Awakening for the game’s Extinction mode. The DLC launches June 3 first on Xbox Live, with a release for other platforms to follow. It is included with the $50 Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC pass. The next Call of Duty: Ghosts expansion will reportedly feature new maps that take players to places like a celebration for Dia de los Muertos, an ominous port with a wooden ship, and to ancient Egypt. Charlie Inteldug up details on the game’s next expansion, titled Invasion, based on information that appears to have gone live ahead of time. Three images posted on international Call of Duty we...

Snoop Dogg voiceover coming to Call of Duty: Ghosts

“Squad member active!” It’s just a typical line from Call of Duty: Ghosts, but it takes on a whole new feel when Snoop Dogg says it. If that sounds like an amazing addition to your multiplayer gameplay, then mark your calender for April 22. That’s when the Snoop Dog Voice Pack is set to debut on Xbox Live. Snoop will talk you through your adventures, from killstreaks to enemy activity. You might consider swapping out your usual Jolt for some gin and juice, though. The DLC will cost $2.99, a pittance compared with the joy it will bring you. A preview video shows Snoop Dog in the recording studio laying down lines like “You got that Spitfire drone now” and “Rack up points by reaching the enemy portal, you dig?” The correct answer to that is, &#...

Call of Duty: Ghosts – Gold Edition is now on Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam stores

Call of Duty: Ghosts – Gold Edition is now available on Steam, Xbox One, PS3 and PS4 digital store-fronts. It’ll come with selected bundled DLC’s and is currently dated for release on March 25. This Xbox One store entry has the game priced at $59.99, and it includes the base game, its first DLC pack Onslaught, which includes four new maps, two new weapons and there’s also a Wolf skin for your guard dog killstreak. The digital download weighs in at 40.77 GB..The core game is going on sale over on Xbox Live between March 28-30 at 33% off. Call of Duty®: Ghosts Gold Edition, includes the full game download for Call of Duty: Ghosts as well as Onslaught, the first DLC pack for Ghosts. Onslaught features four new multiplayer maps, The Maverick, an all new dual-purpose Assault Rifle/Sniper ...

Call of Duty: Ghosts Players Get Trolled

The Xbox One has no shortage of compelling features packed into that black obelisk of a console. Most notable is the Kinect voice command integration for navigating the consoles various menus. When you tell your Xbox One to ‘snap to’, ‘stop listening’, or, in the case of this video, ‘sign out’ you really get to see what the console is capable of. Watch as some unsuspecting Call of Duty: Ghosts players get trolled hard when one clever player exploits the Xbox One’s voice commands. Pretty clever.

Call of Duty: Ghosts all set for improvements based on fan feedback

Infinity Ward plans to roll out a number of competitive gaming focussed updates forCall of Duty: Ghosts, according to a post on the game’s community page, including changes to the broadcaster mode and competitive rules. The company is also looking into adding Xbox One LAN support. “These will appear as both hot fixes and TUs in the coming weeks alongside planned changes to the areas of Ghosts affecting all players, such as spawns,” wrote senior community manager Tina Palacios. “As a guiding principle, development priority is assigned to those issues which we deem to have the largest immediate impact or those affecting the broadest group of players.” eSports-specific changes, based on feedback from the competitive community, will be made in the “immediate...

‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ DLC Season Pass Gets a Trailer

Onslaught, Devastation, Invasion, and Nemesis detailed. At $49.99, this year’s CoD Season Pass accounts for four main DLC drops, titled Onslaught, Devastation, Invasion, and Nemesis. There was never any question that Call of Duty: Ghosts would be following a similar route to other installments in offering its owners a DLC Season Pass, but now that the official trailer has been released, potential buyers can see exactly what they’ll be getting for their dollars. In short: new maps, in-game multiplayer items and customization options, and a new four-part episodic campaign in Ghosts‘ new ‘Extinction’ game mode. Sadly, the official trailer offers no further information on future dog-themed expansions. The Season Pass nets owners access to the four DLC packs being planned: ‘Onslaught,’ ‘I...

Call of Duty: Ghosts hits $1 billion on launch day

Activision revealed two  days ago that  Call of Duty: Ghosts generated $1 billion in worldwide revenue on launch day. Activision made clear in its announcement that it “sold more than $1 billion of Call of Duty: Ghosts into retail stores worldwide as of day one,”  which technically means that this figure is based on the units sold to retailers and not on the number of units that ended up going to a consumer. In comparison to previous installments of the game, Call of Duty: Black Ops II took 15 days to reach $1 billion in sales, however this figure included units sold to consumers and not only to retailers. After referring to data from Microsoft, Activision also revealed that Call of Duty: Ghosts has moved to the top spot on Xbox Live as the most-played game this week. Activisio...

Call of Duty: Ghosts system requirements released officially

Nvidia put out some unofficial Call of Duty: Ghosts system specs a couple of weeks back suggesting that Infinity Ward’s peppy manshooter would require a 64 bit OS, and they were right. The Call Of Duty sitenow has the official specs, which adjusts the 50GB install to a 40GB one (lets face it, 30GB of that is hi-res dog), but retains the 6GB RAM requirement. Watch Dogs, another game designed to span the gap between current and ‘next-gen’ console hardware, needs similar tech. We can expect system requirements to quickly jump up when we start seeing ports of games that target the PS4 and Xbone exclusively next year. Will the similarity of the new console hardware to PC architecture make for smoother ports? I can only hope. Meanwhile, get yer Call of Duty: Ghosts system requi...

Call of Duty: Ghosts’ Extinction mode Revealed

After rounds of teasing, leaks and slips, Infinity Ward has finally unveiled Extinction mode, a four player survival co-op mode that will be released with Call of Duty: Ghosts next month. The mode is a survival, wave based defence style that pits four players cooperatively against hordes of aliens. The trailer shows players using different classes to counter the aliens while working their way through the tree to get better equipment. Players are seen defending a drill that’s drilling into an alien hive carcass, from waves of angry aliens coming their way. The aliens are shown to have different classes, each with their unique abilities, such as exploding, high-jumping ones. Are you excited for this? Enjoy the Trailer 🙂 Call of Duty: Ghosts is out November 5 for PS3, Xbox 350, WiiU and PC. N...

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