So says a PEGI rating.
Dust off those discs.
Is that more than Homefront?
Left for family reasons after Activision lawsuit was settled.
Picture frame that offended some Muslims replaced.
Favela map pulled out of rotation by Activision.
"Hopefully, we will have done enough education," says UKIE.
Rival publisher calls settlement "a vindication of Vince and Jason".
Terms of the deal are "strictly confidential".
Plus, judge rules the case must be wrapped up in 22 days.
Feature | Activision vs. Vince Zampella and Jason West: Inside the game industry trial of the decade
Why the sacked Infinity Ward founders want $1 billion, and how they intend to win it.
Sum balloons from original $36 million figure.
Project Icebreaker unveiled in court documents.
"Activision and EA have agreed to put this matter behind them."
Ex-Infinity Ward staff awarded £26 million pre-trial payout.
Stresses need for "complete control" over work.
Date set for West/Zampella contract interference trial.
BF3: Back to Karkand! Mortal Kombat! Ratchet for £49.99!
Infinity Ward! Captain Price! Random celebrity hangers-on!
MW trilogy in one tin.
Alcohol helped, apparently.
Average user spends $76 on the game.
Coop Norway de-lists 51 titles, inc. COD.
Judge rules Acti must answer fraud charges.
Dedicated staff ensure nothing "exposed".
Attacks "amateurish" early day motion.
Infinity Ward heard your feedback.
Bowling: "I'd wait for the real reveal."
More "epic" story, more destructible.
Game codenamed Project Collossus.
"We always aim for balance."
Scammers target Modern Warfare 2.
Makes official complaint.
Former IW heads accuse Acti of fraud.
Trial set for May.
"Sometimes we become desensitised."
Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling is back.
Fan-made countdown clock not MW3.
UPDATE: Activision says timer website is a hoax.
"I have never played PS3 online ever."
For all platforms.
Terrorists train on COD, expert claims.
Robert Bowling had a good meeting.
It was "a joke", insists EA.
Future games won't rely on console security.
Controversial MP speaks to Eurogamer.
Infinity Ward comeback to tell Ghost story?
Legal battle taking its toll on West, Zampella.
Analyst expects it in the next few months.
Sledgehammer tipped for Nov 2011 COD.
$400m damages claim "filled with pettiness".
Games documentary's claims "exaggerated".
Zampella and Ward not missed.
"Phenom Booter" cripples shooter.
Activision "happy" with the results.
Black Ops dethrones Modern Warfare 2.
The Kotick conundrum.
COD destroyed by "Kotick's own hubris".
"We didn't have any choice!"
Multiplayer feat already well underway.
Headshots Dr Kawashima's Brain Training.
Best-selling game in July.
Publisher promises to leave developer alone.
Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer ranks swell.
Insists it marketed both appropriately.
Kotick that off the list.
Wrongly banned customers given free L4D2.
And tomorrow on PS3 for 11 quid.
Activision eyeing second-hand market.
Early July for belated ports.
Activision clarifies arrival times.
Confirms price as 1200 MS Points.
Resurgence Pack on track for June.
Likely to stick with $15 price point.
Still reckons Modern Warfare 3 will happen.
Claiming $625 million in MW2 bonuses.
Start of May.
Acti COO talks through COD situation.
Activision says "proven talent" remains.
EA grabbed at "stunning opportunity".
EA's Jeff Brown takes a pop as well.
Claims West/Zampella were very naughty.
IW "way too impressed with themselves".
DLC maps to arrive early next month.
Plus: game now played for 200,000 years.
Try doing it with others.
Xbox Live ops man talks you through it.
Update: Major Nelson reckons it's fixed.
New DLC and updates out today.
Robert Bowling talks about today's DLC infusion.
Studio is "focused on DLC".
Xbox 360-exclusive DLC next Wednesday.
Not bothered by EA marketing 'digs'.
Planned for start of April.
Zampella and West join Creative Artists.
Five maps detailed for March DLC.
EA exec takes a pop at Activision.
"Stimulus Package" due out this month.
Initial 360 pack due at end of month.
"DLC details coming this week."
The Infinity Ward spat is a symptom of a wider power struggle between top studios and publishers.
How they went from MW to unemployment.
Activision says $36m claim is "meritless".
The rabbit hole goes deeper.
Activision investigating "insubordination".
Not part of Infinity Ward's DLC plan.
Plus loads for Batman, Assassin's, MW2.
New Tony Hawk, DJ Hero, Bond in 2010.
But Wii is second, third, fourth, fifth.
Will be exclusive to Xbox 360 for 30 days.
Likes games more than films right now.
Ubisoft's Wii game comes from behind.
Assassin's! Uncharted! Wolverine! etc.
Activision's Dr. Evil gets his just desserts.
FIFA 10 and FIFA 2009 also in top 10.
New entries fail to shake Xmas standings.
Plus Indie, Xbox, XBLA and GfW lists.
Studio working on new project, says source.
MS reiterates E3 pledge.
Stagnant list to be shaken by busy Q1?
Bravo whiskey parsnip reindeer.
Community man teases possibility.
"Eliminated soon enough," says Bowling.
But Nintendo dominates rest of charts.
Modern Warfare 2 out-guns competition.
FIFA 10 pushing hard.
Already in place on PC.
Boss reckons MOH can topple 'em.
24-hour bans for using the Javelin glitch.
British former Major argues the toss.
LEGO Rock Band off to a blocky start.
Activision's "greatest" has sold 55m units.
On how he came to Call of Duty and what makes it tick.
MW2 sold an "awful lot", says Holtman.
"Wonderfully vague," says Bowling.
Activision and IW to donate £250k.
Modern Warfare 2 still reigns supreme.
3% of other versions' sales still good.
Does Modern Warfare 2's success mean that Activision's price hike was justified?
Every tester "opened fire on the crowd".
Stat-happy Activision blows trumpet.
Takes load off Treyarch, Infinity Ward.
Are games damaging us, asks Campbell?
Our decision to axe airport scene, it says.
Update: It's not banned, says Activision.
Activision's game sells staggeringly well.
Waited till MW2 week to sell. Smart.
And that's just in the UK and US.
Extensive analysis of the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions.
Analyst questions hasty results.
"Other little bits" discussed with 'Ghost'.
Camo carpet capers.
Bowling: PSN struggling with demand.
Activision pockets 47 million quid.
Activision turns up the dramatics.
"There's totally a chance for it."
We compare the market.
BBC Radio 4 discusses Activision's game.
But retail PC owners can play now.
Facebook pressure group takes off.
No Russian. Beware, it's a bit of a spoiler.
Retailers lash out at supermarkets, etailers.
Government stands behind age ratings.
Infinity and beyond?
To "protect" customer base in some areas.
Early delivery doesn't mean early fun.
"Doing everything we can" for Tues.
Not happy with Valve's Steamworks.
"Improves consumer experience overall."
Hitting shop shelves next tuesday.
Falls in-line with console cap of 18 players.
HMV explains delivery emails.
"That we can't question any more."
Plus: Wii not really suitable for MW2.
Activision offering VIP treatment.
Plus: possible perk/killstreak lists leaked.
Bowling "can appreciate the concerns".
Activision responds to shocking footage.
IW plays controversy card. Spoilers!
Private matches only.
Valve gains glitziest supporter yet.
UK celebs to smile for the camera.
"Biggest investment ever" for PC version.
"You're completely reliant on IWNet."
Do us a favela?
Mod War and Ass Creed sequels favourite.
Rumours suggest two-week hold-up.
The Washington one, not Paul or Mary.
Energy drink outs map pack.
Infinity Ward focusing on full game.
Boasts statue of Soap for 120 quid.
50,000 people used to live hereÖ
It's got a big fat 250GB hard drive.
Plans to "take the fun out of making games".
Plus: Mad Catz lists game accessories.
Multiplayer still a "major focus", says dev.
Or whatever it's called.
"Watch your fire!" "Tango down!" etc.
Pack-in to get separate release one day.
Says Forza 3 and Layton are following suit.
Nothing to do with weak pound, he says.
Only EA openly responds to Activision's play.
Night-vision bundle exclusive to HMV.
Correction: NFS Shift priced normally.
Night-vision bumps up the price.
Working NVGs in Prestige Edition.
Was always going to be, apparently.
Any more would be a "clusterf***" - dev.
MMO chatter resurfaces with survey.
"Not just another one in the COD franchise."
First two map packs. For a while, at least.
That's more than World of Warcraft.
Story and Special Forces stuff glimpsed.
Snowmobiles! Brazil! Lockers!
Locations, scenarios, story, SF mode, etc.
That's Activision's plan, anyway.
Activision says COD4 has sold 12m units.
ActiBlizz makes Call of Duty return official.
Welcome confirmation from Activision.