Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare's "Supremacy" DLC hits Xbox Live next week, adding Bruce Campbell to the lineup of playable survivors in the game's Exo Zombie co-op mode. With only four slots, who gets cut?
After playing through several hours of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's Exo Zombies game mode, I've come to the following conclusion: Bill Paxton is pretty awesome. It all comes down to three little words.
As with past instalments of Call of Duty's co-op zombie slaughter downloadable content, the first episode of Advanced Warfare's Exo Zombies contains a hidden song. Unlike previous instalments, this one's a bit more classy.
Call of Duty's first downloadable content has hit the Xbox One today, bringing with it some maps the competitive folks should enjoy and a chance to soak in the sound bytes of four prominent actors while shooting mechanically-pulled zombies. That's my jam.
That John Malkovich might take any acting role put in front of him, but he takes them hard. The rest of the cast of next week's first instalment of Advanced Warfare's Exo Zombies co-op mode seem cardboard in comparison.
Forget everything you saw and experienced in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, forget Jack Mitchell and harken back to the days of Soap, Ghost and Price. Remember those good ol' days with them boys? Well, you can relive that whole experience again and then some in the China-only Call of Duty: Online.
Just in time for the day after Christmas, Advanced Warfare has added a new team-based multiplayer mode that's all sniper rifle action, all the time. You can start playing right now -- provided you can get online, of course.
Sorry Jon Bernthal of The Walking Dead, your name didn't fit in the headline, but you'll surely be there beside Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom, Chet and Paige Matthews battling a new breed of undead in Advanced Warfare's Exo-Zombies downloadable content.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's campaign mode is entertaining enough, as long as you can turn off your brain for a few hours. Leave it on and you'll trip over the gaping plot holes every couple of seconds.
The Wes-Anderson-Call-of-Duty-Fox takes it all, but shooting and crawling -- not to mention the plot -- would be a lot different in all of Dorkly's recent gallery, with Call of Duty and some famous screenwriters' take on it.