With Rock Band 4 looming over the horizon, Activison announced the revival of its own rhythm game series: Guitar Hero. The latest iteration, Guitar Hero Live, will be developed by Freestyle Games (developers of the DJ Hero games), and will be hitting the PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U and mobile in Spring
Following Activision’s investor earnings call, the publishing behemoth revealed today that their flagship shooter franchise Call of Duty will undergo a three-year development cycle spanning multiple development teams.
In groundbreaking news that would read -3.0 on the Richter Scale, Activision are now beginning to reveal the next generation of their long running shooter franchise with Call of Duty: Ghosts. Hit the jump to watch the slightly perplexing teaser that was just released!
Ahh yes, Deadpool – Merc with a Mouth, got completely butchered in that one X-Men film (and subsequent game), voiced by Nolan North in just about every animation/game project out there, complete and utter annihilator of that thing we call the fourth wall…what’s not to love about him? But it comes as a surprise that
Ever since the ‘final’ Guitar Hero game was released back in 2010, and Activision practically either killed off or let go of its music game developers (such as DJ Hero devs Freestyle Games, who are working on new things!), the fate of Neversoft wasn’t exactly made clear. There were rumours that what was left of
As the resident NG+ COD regular, I feel it’s my Duty to bring everyone up to speed on Call of Duty Black Ops 2. From all the footage released at E3, we have been shown a large amount of game play, as well as cinematic sequences boasting a mammoth storyline. But can it really live