Sunday, January 25, 2015


Games Thirst Review: Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3


Wow. A war was raging. EA armed its self with lofty words and tens of millions of dollars to do battle with a foe that didn’t ask for the fight, and because they never asked for it, as EA continued to bark loud and derogative words, Infinity Ward remained mum. Perhaps they had too much already going on; or perhaps ... Read More »

Modern Warfare 3 Ban Hammer In Full Effect

If you’ve got MW3 in either your 360 or PS3, at one point or another, you’ll come across the folks who cheat. It’s part of the game! Well, not Infinity Ward’s game, because the developer’s already banning cheaters to hell. Read More »

New Call Of Duty Confirmed For 2012

“I have a cow. Do you like its milk?”, asked Activision CEO Bobby Kotick. “Yes!” the crowd, numbered in sand, screamed at the top of their lungs! “Okay then, another Call of Duty is coming your way in 2012,” Kotick said calmly, trying hard to hold back the grin that was preparing to burst out on his face. “And if ... Read More »

Modern Warfare 3 Is Hostile Towards Campers – Sledgehammer

Ah, campers. Thought Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 would be the game where you shine like the brightest star in the heavens, eh? Sending bullets raging through unknowing heads while you crouch quietly on rooftops? Find another game, then, because according to the game’s co-developer Sledgehammer, the Modern Warfare 3 wasn’t designed to accommodate campers. Read More »

Call Of Duty Elite Bombarded, Struggles To Stay Online

The release of Modern Warfare 3 hasn’t been a rough one, but the same can’t be said for Activision’s new service, Call Of Duty Elite. Yet that’s not a bad thing depending on which side you choose to view the situation from: for Activision, more users mean gamers are warming up to the new, game-changing service, but for gamers it’s ... Read More »

Infinity Ward On EA COD Trash-Talking: “We Root For Everybody”

Infinity Ward executives are showing some real sportsmanship in the war of words raging between EA and Activision, but mostly coming from EA, who’s CEO, John Riccitiello, said he’d like to see Call of Duty “rot from the core”. But speaking to Eurogamer last night, Infinity Ward exec producer Mark Rubin called EA’s tirades “silly publisher talk”, adding that as ... Read More »