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Nothing Says Funeral Like A Quick Time Event

In the early moments of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s campaign mode, the player is given a choice — press or hold a button to pay their respects to a fallen comrade, or just sit there awkwardly watching the screen until they get bored and wander off. Not much of a choice, really.


A Haven For Horrible Call Of Duty Players

Along with the return of players-versus-bot multiplayer, Advanced Warfare introduces the wonderful Combat Readiness Program, a mode where people who really suck at Call of Duty multiplayer can anonymously feel better about themselves.


Kevin Spacey: The Kotaku Review

How is Kevin Spacey’s performance in his big video game debut? That all depends on which of the three versions of Spacey Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s campaign is serving up at the time.


Ten Things I Took Away From Advanced Warfare's Campaign

Our yearly instalment of Call of Duty is upon us, and while I’m taking a couple of days to play Advanced Warfare‘s multiplayer the way it was intended before posting my review, I have conquered campaign mode, and learned so much in the process.


Zombies Return In Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC

Courtesy of an email today from GameStop, zombies will be returning in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s downloadable content packs.


People Aren't Crazy About The Latest 'Fix' To Destiny's Toughest Boss

There’s a long-running joke amongst gamers and developers: It’s not a bug, it’s a feature! Usually it’s a self-aware joke — some bug or glitch disrupts the game either visually or even functionally, but it’s sometimes entertaining enough to keep in or consider a part of the experience. For once, I find myself telling that joke with a straight face. That teleporting trick in Destiny‘s final raid boss fight? It’s not a bug, it’s a feature!


US Judge Dismisses Ex-Dictator Manuel Noriega's Call Of Duty Lawsuit

A California judge ruled today to dismiss former dictator Manuel Noriega’s lawsuit against publisher Activision for including his likeness in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The suit, filed in July, alleged that Black Ops II’s depiction of Noriega was “blatant misuse, unlawful exploitation and misappropriation for economic gain.”


10 Things You Might Not Know About Destiny

I’ve played way too many hours of Destiny, and I still hadn’t pieced together a lot of the intricacies of both its story and gameplay.


How Much Destiny Has Changed Over The Last Year

Since its first announcement or teaser trailer is released into the wild, a game is bound to make certain changes up to launch. But it can be quite revealing to see just what was left out and added into the game by comparing marketing materials to the final product.


What You're Seeing Is Advanced Warfare

Video: “What you’re seeing is Advanced Warfare,” says Kevin Spacey’s Jonathan Irons at the start of this official gameplay launch trailer for November’s instalment of the Call of Duty series. Well, there you go then.