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Call of Duty 5 Confirmed for All Platforms

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Activision announced today fiscal year 2008 and fourth quarter results, confirming that the fifth installment in the Call of Duty series will arrive this fiscal year.

“We’ll launch on all four platforms we’ve participated on in fiscal 2008, we’ll launch on the PS2 and the Wii.” said Activision Publishing president and CEO Mike Griffith. Read On

GameFly Now Barters for Your Games

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GameFly Now Barters for Your Games

So if any of you have yet to sign up to GameFly’s services yet (The Netflix of video games), maybe now would be the time do so if you have some games to trade in. Out of nowhere and without any announcements via email or anything, a new tab has appeared in GameFly’s navigation simply named Trade-In. Read On

Condemned 2: Bloodshot Review (6/10)

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Condemned 2: Bloodshot Review

Those of you who have gamed with me in the past understands why I picked this review image out. To others it resembles that of a courteous reach around gone really wrong. After a little hiatus from playing any campaign based games for the CoD4 Variety Map Pack getting released and some mild pwnage on Rainbow Six Vegas 2, I have finally managed to sit down and play Condemned 2: Bloodshot. Read On

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New Darkness DLC Available

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The Darkness DLC

We were surprised to come across new downloadable content for none other than The Darkness. The new DLC can be found under the “New Releases” section of the XBLM under the not so convenient title “Darkness MP Map: DM_Haunt” (uhh, wha?). The content features the multiplayer map DM_Haunt which is set in the streets of New York City, a new death match and team death match game mode as well as the ability to customize your shape shifter, darkling or human character. Read On

Call of Duty 4 Patch May Hit Before Weekend

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Call of Duty 4 Review

According to a blog post by the Infinity Ward Community Manager, Robert Bowling, the feature patch for COD4 didn’t run into any problems in its encounter with the Microsoft certification process. He reports that if we’re all lucky (and if he gets some work done) the new feature update could go live before the weekend. However like an experienced community manager, he add the caveat that things are never set, and that by no means is the patch “guaranteed” to be online before week’s end. Read On

Xbox 360 Instant Messenger Kit

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Messenger Kit

The Messenger kit has been in stores for a couple of months now and I have given it a good run. This kit has been anticipated for release sometime before hand because of the spring 2007 update which added the ability for instant messaging with Microsoft MSN/Windows Live messenger application. Only problem is, using a joystick to type IM messages were far from intuitive or instant. Read On