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"You can't kill me..."
Due to popular demand.
"[He's portrayed as] a big halfwit who wants to kill everybody."
UPDATE: Set in "a dark, twisted future". Zombies mode confirmed.
"This was an absurd lawsuit from the very beginning."
Drafts ex-New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani in to help.
CoDBlops and robbers.
All the cool kids are doing it.
Four new maps and the WWI-era zombie campaign Origins, which features a giant mech.
Do you know which platform you'll play on?
After three in-game guns were tweaked in a new patch.
UPDATE: Acti confirms, due for Xbox 360 launch on 2nd July.
A tale of broken street dates and contracts.
After coming to Xbox Live last week.
UPDATE: New Mob of the Dead trailer shows Ray Liotta and Michael Madsen playing gangsters fighting zombies.
We sent Ian to the European COD Championship finals to see what all the fuss is about.
Video evidence of the rage at the Call of Duty European Championships. Not safe for work.
UPDATE: They're live and listed here.
So it will be televised after all.
On PC and PlayStation 3 soon. No mention of Wii U.
Watch us play through the new maps from 3pm UK time onwards.
Is it snowing again yet?
Ryan Gosling! No, hold on.
Turned game mode turns the tables.
Four new MP maps, one new zombies map, one new gun.
Long-running anti-video game agenda continues - despite praiseworthy previews and reviews.
Activision vows to keep bringing "fresh ideas and new innovations" to the series.
UPDATE: Treyarch restoring entries for those impacted.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell baffled by the console.
The COD experience fails to impress on Nintendo's new hardware.
Not much to tell these two versions apart, suggesting that the Wii U game is based heavily on the 360 original.
Just like the 360 version it is based on, the Wii U version stands up fairly well against the PC game.
Wii U takes the PS3 to the cleaners in terms of image quality.
Like-for-like scenes tested across the three HD console platforms, with a clear winner in view.
Disappointing performance from the new console in town as Black Ops 2 arrives on Wii U.
An investigation into the origins, arguments and potential for change.
Intense action from the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Black Ops 2 compared.
Like-for-like areas of the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Black Ops 2 directly compared with Digital Foundry tools.
The PC version of the game is compared against the PS3 SKU running patch 1.03 which improves image quality a touch.
The Xbox 360 version of the game compared with the patched PS3 edition, which improves image quality a little.
UPDATE: patch notes revealed.
UPDATE: Map returns, sort of.
For some, multiplayer is all that matters in a COD game, so we've prepared a bespoke performance analysis video covering online gameplay.
Gameplay segments from the single-player campaign compared and contrasted. Xbox 360 still commands the lead, but PS3 draws closer compared to the last Black Ops.
Check out how well Treyarch's new upscaling technique on Xbox 360 compares with native resolution on PC.
The weakest SKU goes head-to-head with the PC game running at max settings.
Xbox 360 vs. PlayStation 3 in what is likely to be the biggest game of 2012.
But actual sales figures aren't, for first time, revealed.
Preliminary findings from the upcoming Digital Foundry Face-Off.
Like-for-like scenes between the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Black Ops 2 compared.
John "Soap" MacTavish in a flashback scene set in Somalia.
UPDATE 2: Treyarch dev tells gamers to contact Activision customer service.
UPDATE: Blockbuster in on it too.
Boosting, glitching and offensive live streams.
UPDATE: Promise removed. Did Activision get in touch?
Watch on web browsers or through Elite.
Gameplay floods YouTube. Vonderhaar asks fans to wait for "legit" streams.
War never changes.
UPDATE: Infinity Ward "We've not talked with any voice actors, so all news is speculation."
"Season Pass and DLC may not be available on all gaming platforms."
4 map packs for what amounts to a $10 discount.
How a regular northern teen became a YouTube gaming sensation.
Probably not, but someone's made one anyway.
Greetings from 2025.
David Vonderhaar takes the stage at Eurogamer Expo.
"Do you need to take the bus?"
Tranzit and Grief modes revealed.
Call of Duty developer David Vonderhaar's talk entitled "Challenging Assumptions".
DirectX 11 migration brings all sorts of treats.
Elite Premium membership not included.
"I'm pretty convinced Call of Duty is as popular as it is because of how fluid it can feel."
"I think players are going to start caring about winning and losing again."
COD has a "pretty healthy and vibrant" eSports community, insists design director.
Score Streaks, Live Streaming, six team multiplayer and more.
It's really, really expensive.
Do they make tea?
I wanna frag you like an animal.
Can current console hardware handle an increasingly more advanced game engine without compromising COD's unique gameplay experience?
Frame-rate tests on the E3 reveal of the 2012 Call of Duty game.
A 60Hz encode of our first look at Treyarch's 2012 Call of Duty offering.
Classic map to get futuristic remake.
Treyarch goes big for its blockbuster sequel.
But GamePad concept "confusing relative to the Wii".
But no word yet on whether you'll have to pay.
Bang bang bang bang.
Iranian marines versus Somali pirates in the Gulf of Aden.
Leak lists Activision shooter for November launch.
Gameplay! Motion capture! Horses!
Microsoft hooks in new COD deal.
Kent man made $1-5 a pop selling credit card details.
"There's a lot of good still in that foundation you wouldn't get rid of."
How the future world of BLOPS2 is closer than you'd think.
Branching storylines and "meaningful choices" in this year's COD.
Nobody cares unless it's Call of Duty, says TimeSplitters man.
PC version will "take advantage" of DX11 graphics cards.