PREVIEW: Modern Warfare 3- Iron Lady single player and Survival

Gerald Lynch Features, Gaming, Previews, Tech Digest news 7 Comments

Modern Warfare 3's single player mode is set to deliver a truly global conflict. Whereas Modern Warfare 2 focussed in on war-torn Washington DC, Russia and Rio de Janeiro, Modern Warfare 3 has packed its passport for a globe-trotting…

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Call of Duty: Elite enters beta stage on Xbox 360

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

Call of Duty: Elite, the stat monitoring social networking subscription service that is set to fully launch alongside Modern Warfare 3, enters the beta testing stage on Xbox 360 consoles today. 2.8 million people have signed up to test…

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PREVIEW: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Gerald Lynch Features, Gaming, Previews, Tech Digest news 8 Comments

How do you follow up one of, if not the most successful first person shooter of all time? If the sequel in question is the one to follow Modern Warfare 2, then the answer is to "blow lots of…

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Call of Duty: Black Ops revealed

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news 1 Comment

Activision and Treyarch have today released the first info on the next entry into the Call of Duty series. Named Call of Duty: Black Ops, this latest entry into the veritable series of first-person war shooters will be released on…

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Activision are charging UK gamers £24 more than US gamers for Modern Warfare 2

Oli Jones Gaming 4 Comments


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be priced at £54.99 when it is released in November – cue rage.

Activision are blaming rising production costs and the falling strength of the pound for the sudden and seemingly disproportional hike.

Depsite the game retailing in the US for a mere $59.99, only £36 in sterling! Explain that Activision!

And with Activision now regularly breaking the £50 barrier with it’s games (DJ Hero), it won’t be long before others follow suit.

Console games have been meandering toward the £50 mark for a while and ultimately it will be the consumer who sets the price. If, come November 10th, gamers band together, hold strong and don’t buy Modern Warfare 2 at this ridiculous price – Activision will be forced to bring the price down. And it will set a precedent, developers will know the £50 is too much, and it is too much.

Will that happen? Will-it-heck-as-like.

(Via T3)

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