Mega Bloks, those weird, distant-cousins of Lego, have gotten surprisingly elaborate over the past few years. In fact, they’re the only way you can build your own official Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 vehicles and boats like the folks from Glorious Eye Candy—who then blew them all up in front of a high-speed camera.
If real life imitates art, we’re doomed. This teaser video for the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 video game paints a very plausible vision of the future, so much so that watching it totally feels like channel surfing while fast forwarding through time. We’re going to build awesome stuff, which is great, and then…
Taylor Kitsch — John Carter of Mars himself — is the greatest sidekick/mentor ever, in this teaser for the new game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. This is basically two minutes of power-suit mayhem, with Kitsch saying the weirdest quips ever.
Amazon is currently carrying the Sony XBR 65" 4K 120Hz 3D HDMI 2.0 Smart LED TV for $3289, plus 2% back in rewards and enhanced delivery. That was the lowest price we had seen so far, but BuyDig is now selling the same set for $2799 with free shipping (go all the way through checkout to see price). Amazon will then …
Call of Duty—a warfare simulator that is one most popular and important games in history—is adding female soldiers to the game. The developers gave plenty of excuses in the past, but now they are finally caving in, adding a feature to customize your player, including the player's sex.
Whether you chalk it up to the hyper-realism of today's video games or an overzealous neighborhood watch program, it's hard to blame the Swedish police who responded to a frantic call reporting what sounded like a brutal massacre. The ten-man team raided the apartment to find a group of teenagers in the midst of…
I've never been one for buying consoles painted with a single game, but this year's Call of Duty Xbox is relatively understated.
There are two routes when it comes to hackers. You can either prosecute them and subsequently have your ass handed to you by them (Sony) or you can perhaps recognize their talents. Microsoft hired the kid who hacked them. Update: The photo previously accompanying this post was incorrectly attributed, is of another…
The Cuban government is very angry. The reason: This scene from a Call of Duty: Black-Ops mission that requires to kill Fidel Castro. They are claiming some bullshit about it being "perverse." I wonder if the victims of Castro's dictatorship agree.
Mad Catz has debuted a new line of gaming headsets for the launch of Call of Duty: Spec Ops. Coming in varieties for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC commandos, the headsets feature 5.1 Dolby Digital sound and detachable microphones.
Mad Catz's partnering with Activision to make Black Ops PrecisionAIM controllers for the next Call of Duty game, meaning these $50 wireless peripherals are probably the best way to experience things.
Is it possible to love the results of a Photoshop Contest too much? Because oh man, these had me rolling on the floor. Seriously, you're going to want to check this gallery out.
For some reason, shanking a Nazi zombie and watching a mist blood spray across the screen, with five more waiting to gnaw my arm off in a dark, disgusting prison cell just isn't as much on the iPhone.
Hey, did you guys find the hidden house in Modern Warfare 2 that lets you unlock old-school Nintendo characters as enemies? No? Oh, I must have made that up.
Have you played Modern Warfare 2 yet? With sales of over 7 millions copies in one day, chances are you have. And man, is it great. Here are my five favorite new toys in the latest Call of Duty blockbuster.
You knew the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Xbox 360 was coming, but did you know it looked like this? And this? And that? And this? Click the gallery to see what the console looks like without actually purchasing it.
It takes a lot to get me excited about third-party controllers, but just take a look at this Modern Warfare 2 controller: it's got extra buttons on the back so you never have to take your thumb off the sticks.
This week in the unseasonably entertaining App Store: Another bizarrely amazing music app; free turn-by-turn directions of questionable reliability; a fat man on a tightrope; an interesting take on the classic-est of classics; and a treat for our dear developers.
After much boasting, the first challengers to Matt and Adam in Call of Duty 4 came, saw, and conquered, and won some sweet prizes from our Santa bag. They've fared better in subsequent matches, but more challengers are needed!