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Posts Tagged ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’

Complete The Objectives!

by Ernice Gilbert on August 28th, 2011, under FPS, Opinion Piece

This is a rant. A multiplayer, first-person shooter rant.

Black Ops Resurrection DLC Incoming As Map Pack Sales Hit 14 Million

by Ernice Gilbert on August 4th, 2011, under Activision/Bilzzard, FPS, Hot, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Acitivision’s announced new DLC offering for Call of Duty: Black Ops dubbed ‘Resurrection’ which will be released on August 23rd, and at the same time announced that DLC for Black Ops have topped over 14 million sold.

Quick Quenchers: Treyarch Has Nothing To Do With DLC Pricing

by Ernice Gilbert on July 13th, 2011, under Activision, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

“You know, we’re on the development side, so we don’t really have much to do with the business aspect of it, but we just strive to give players the most value that we can possibly give. If you look at how many hours – in some cases, hundreds of hours – for some players of entertainment they get, I think it’s an incredible value. We’ve had three DLC map packs for the fans within about six to seven months of launch, which is a record for us. I think it’s incredible, and everyone’s really excited about the fact that we can support a game for that long and keep the fans interested.” – Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer boss Dan Bunting speaking to Gamasutra on why map packs cost 1200 MSP each.

Quick Quenchers: Treyarch Devs “Weren’t Always Good” At Multiplayer Maps

by Ernice Gilbert on July 1st, 2011, under Development, Hot, News

“We’re very concerned about pathing through the map. You want to make sure players can navigate the map in a consistent fashion. You want your main paths, to say, be wider than your flanking paths – tell a vocabulary in a visual story there. And what we’ve learned over time is that we weren’t always good at that. [But] we’ve gotten better at that and it’s become just part of our D.N.A. … So you’re seeing in the map packs this evolution of our thinking, and Annihilation represents exactly what we’re talking about here. … I think anything Treyarch does long-term will be more cognizant of it.” – David Vonderhaar, Black Ops design director speaking on the company’s ability. Via Gamefront.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops Annihilation Map Pack Now Available On Xbox Live Marketplace

by Ernice Gilbert on June 28th, 2011, under Activision, FPS, Hot, News, Xbox 360

If you’re interested in getting the third Black Ops DLC package, you can do so now, as Activision’s released the latest dubbed Annihilation on Xbox Live Marketplace.

Video Thirst: Call Of Duty: Black Ops Annihilation DLC Trailer Goes Hot

by Ernice Gilbert on June 22nd, 2011, under Activision, FPS, News, Xbox Live

Below the break you’ll quench the launch trailer of Black Ops DLC pack dubbed Annihilation, DLC going live on June 28th first for Xbox Live.

GameStop Lists Black Ops Limited Edition

by Ernice Gilbert on June 21st, 2011, under Activision, FPS, Hot, News, PS3, Xbox 360

GameStop has posted a listing for Call of Duty: Black Ops Limited Edition, and with it comes all the recent DLC offerings of the game.

Video Thirst: New Call Of The Dead Trailer

A trailer for the zombie portion of the new call of duty: black ops map pack was released today, and it looks pretty awesome.

And The Best Selling Game On PS3 Is……Black Ops

My goodness, beating out Gran Turismo 5, a game that’s sold 6.37 million copies worldwide, Treyach’s highly-rated shooter, Call of Duty: Black Ops, takes the reign as PS3′s best selling game of all time.

Black Ops: First Strike DLC Now On PSN

Treyarch has sent live an update for it’s mega-blockbuster title, Call of Duty: Black Ops, just in time for the DLC pack that’s also now up on PSN.

The full quencher past the break.

New Black Ops Patch Is A Go On XBL, PS3 Fix Coming March 3rd

Treyarch’s released yet another patch for its mammoth game, Call of Duty Black Ops, one that’s now live on Xbox Live, and will see a release on PS3 come March 3rd.

The patch makes better some gameplay issues, while implementing additional security measures. Find the full list below the break.

Paid “Second Tier” Call Of Duty Multiplayer Imminent Says Analyst Firm

by Ernice Gilbert on January 4th, 2011, under Activision/Bilzzard, News, Treyarch

Again, analyst firm Wedbush Morgan are predicting that Activision is set to monetise Call of Duty multiplayer, making known in a newsletter that they believe the publisher will announce the new service, one it calls “second tier” in the first quarter of 2011.

Even In Japan, Black Ops Is King

by Ernice Gilbert on November 28th, 2010, under Activision/Bilzzard, Hot, News, Treyarch

Wow, who would have thought Treyarch’s latest Call of Duty title would out pace Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare 2? Not many. But not only has the game done the very thing, even in Japan it’s proving to be popular, selling 128,922 copies in launch week.

What!? A U.S. made game, a shooter at that, sells almost 130,000 copies in its first week on sale in the orient? Times are changing.

Games Thirst Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops

It has been a year since the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and that can only mean one thing. It is time for another Call of Duty. This time around, Treyarch has regained control of the reins for this year’s installment of Call of Duty. They are known for creating Call of Duty set in WWII, but this time they have moved the fight to the Cold War era.

The story is centered on the character of Alex Mason who, at the beginning, is strapped to a chair being interrogated. A series of numbers that he cannot explain haunts him, and it is these numbers that the people who are interrogating him want to know about. The story plays out through a series of flashbacks that reveal a little more about  the story each time they occur. They finally lead up to a moment in which you have to stop the release of a gas called Nova 6, which could devastate the United States.

Black Ops Will Generation $1 Billion For The Holidays Says Analyst

by Ernice Gilbert on November 11th, 2010, under Activision, Hot, News, Treyarch

The talk before Black Ops released was whether it’d be able to outsell Infinity Ward’s juggernaut, Modern Warfare 2, but with early estimates already in, we now know it’s on a much faster pace than the aforesaid game.

In fact, things are looking so good for Treyarch’s latest Call of Duty effort, that Lazard Capital Markets analyst Colin Sebastian believes it’ll top $1 billion in sales this holiday season alone.