By Staff Reports Dark Horse Comics, Activision Publishing, Inc., and Treyarch have teamed up to deliver a thrilling comic book series written by decorated comics veteran Larry Hama (G.I. Joe) and drawn by Marcelo Ferreira (Transformers, TMNT)! The Call of Duty®: Black Ops III comic book series follows an elite group of cybernetically enhanced soldiers…Read moreRead more
Developer: Infinity Ward Publisher: Activision Platform: X-Box One, X-Box 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, and Windows Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victorville, CA)—The Call of Duty franchise has become a franchise in the video game industry. Every year, gamers across the globe clamor for the latest installment, whether they are single player fans…Read moreRead more
Best Family Game: Skylanders Swap-Force The Skylanders series has been a huge hit with kids and adults alike, and it looks like the newest entry is going to please all as well. The main focus of Swap-Force is the ability to dismantle and combine the Skylanders figures, which allows for a mix and match of…Read moreRead more
Get ready for our Best of E3! Pastrami Nation will be posting the best of the best from our point of view, so check it out and enjoy! Best Sequel- Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision) I will be the first to admit: I am not a huge fan of the Call of Duty franchise. I…Read moreRead more
The Merc with a Mouth gets his own game! At the SDCC, Marvel and Activision announced the new Deadpool game, coming soon!!! The Activision posters of various games were “bombed” with Deadpool posters at every turn on the con floor. Check out the trailer below, and make sure to visit the game’s website at http://deadpoolgame.com….Read moreRead more
Give Daryl and Merle a hand. Activision announced today, according to IGN, that they will be making a first person shooter based off the popular AMC’s The Walking Dead television series. The game will span over the PS3, 360 and PC, and will follow the rough and tumble brothers, Daryl and Merle. Set to take…Read moreRead more
Well, time to go back to the future.
The latest in the Call of Duty franchise was announced today, and like many thought, it ended up being the sequel to the 2010 hit, Black Ops. Except you are not returning to your old stomping ground: you’re going to the year 2025.
That’s right, the future is here, with robots, lasers and all that you can imagine. One view of the trailer, and you will know this is not the Black Ops you remember, which isn’t bad.
Black Ops 2 is slated to invade stores November 13th, just in time for all the blockbuster games to duke it out.