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K-Mart Announces Limited PS3 Deal

Written on June 28, 2011 by Adam Eve

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K-Mart unleashed a hot Call of Duty: Black Ops bundle for all PS3 fans out there. Hurry! This sweet treat will only be available until supplies last.

If you’re itching to have a PS3 of your own, then GADG have a good news for you. Now available in any K-Mart stores is a 160GB Call of Duty: Black Ops bundle for only $299. And if that’s not deal enough for you, then take the $50 gift card with your purchase. Also included in the bundle are two of the four Greatest Hits title for FREE!

However, this offer only runs until supplies last and is applicable for the COD bundle only. So what are you waiting for? Go to the K-Mart store near you, because once supplies are gone, they’re gone.

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Sony Launches 160GB PS3/Black Ops Bundle

Written on May 29, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Haven't bought your own copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops? Then you're in for some good news.

Call of Duty: Black Ops has been in the shelves for almost eight months now. But if you haven’t got your own copy yet, or you just prefer a 160GB Sony PS3, then this new bundle might just tell you a good news.

Sony’s Call of Duty: Black Ops bundle is packed with the game itself, the Black Ops First Strike content pack, and a PS3 with 160GB hard drive. The whole package will be available for only $299.99, and will be released on May 31. Not a bad deal, eh? Just make sure you grab your own bundle, because it will only be available for a limited time.

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[REVIEW] Call of Duty: Black Ops

Written on November 11, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Being the Goliath that it is, Call of Duty is definitely one of the highest selling video games there is. With tons of content that a gamer will surely enjoy, Gadg can't help itself but to share a review.

Call of the Duty is the video game giant. It has sold millions of copies, catapulting from a World War 2 shooter to a multi-player playground we’ve known today. Call of Duty: Black Ops takes much of the Modern Warfare 2 and slightly modifies it. You’ll start as a soldier, named Alex Mason, being interrogated for information that you can’t recall. You’ll play through Mason’s memories, with a plot that seems to bogged down and slightly dismantled at the middle. Black Ops is not just a linear game, though it sometimes feels like it’s in autopilot. More over, the artificial intelligence of both your allies and foes is pretty poor. There are also some design setbacks, like the game-ending bug in the first level that will make you restart the whole mission. But be that as it may, the campaign that Call of Duty presents is the best of all the series.

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