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Additional location for Modern Warfare 3 was unveiled, as new photos of the first-person shooting game emerged.
New Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 photos emerged, enabling gamers to draw conclusions about the location of the upcoming first-person shooter game. While New York, Berlin, London and Paris are already known, it looks like Modern Warfare 3 will also have the three slums of Brazil. Other than the slums, skyscrapers, narrow streets and a jungle was also revealed in the photos.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be available for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and DS on November 8, 2011. More Modern Warfare 3 news are sure to come, so just keep it posted here at GADG.View Article Source »
Did you get an invite weeks or months ago? Didn't see anything? Well you might be in for a surprise!
In case you get an invite from Call of Duty Elite a few weeks ago, you might want to check your inbox today. According to Evil Source Gaming, a newsletter went out last yesterday, which brings you a few very good surprise. However, the gaming news site did not disclosed what’s in the beta.
According to them, the news is just a heads up so that you’ll check out your inbox. Have you seen what’s inside you mail already?View Article Source »
GADG listed the top three First-person shooter games that are expected to hit the shelves this year.
For players of all shapes and sizes, perhaps the most thrilling type of game is the FPS or First-person Shooter games. This genre lets players experience a fast-paced, action play with emphasis on narrative, problem-solving and logic puzzles. FPS games basically require players to have strong weapons; most titles even need teamwork and good playing strategies.
Knowing that FPS games are one of the most enjoyable and action-filled video game genres, GADG decided to collect three of the anticipated first-person shooter titles that are slated to be released this year.
Check them all out after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Australian government site, Classification, rated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - Defiance as M for Violence.
The Austrailian goverment site, Classification, listed Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Defiance as M for violence. The age rating is lower than most Call of Duty titles, indicating that this game could for Wii.
Classification’s listing is posted after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Trailers and release dates for the most-awaited video console games, unveiled.
The year 2011 will become more exciting for all players, as most of the best console games are expected to be released this year. That includes, Need for Speed, Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Spider Man: Edge of Time, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
So players, get ready because GADG listed down the upcoming video games – along with their trailers – that would surely make your gaming experience unforgettable.
See the game trailer after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Infinity Ward invited mapMonkeys to test their Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for bugs and glitches.
Infinity Ward tapped mapMonkeys to help them test the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for glitches. According to mapMonkeys founder, Rezzzo, this is not the first time that they were called to assist for a Call of Duty project. They were previously invited to test Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and World at War.
However, the glitchers were given two to three days only to test the previous multiplayer games. This time, they have a whole week to search for more bugs and exploits.Read the rest of the article »
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.View Article Source »
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.View Article Source »
Forget about the leaks, here’s the real deal about Modern Warfare 3.
Activision released the new official trailer for Modern Warfare 3 and this will definitely be a sure-fire hit. The part three of the blockbuster first-person shooter game focuses on the virtual global conflict of big cities and Russian extremist terrorist Vladimir Makarov. The game captures hardcore scenes like battleships landing in cities, airstrikes on skyline of New York and even derailing of the London tube.
The trailer shows exciting scenes but raises a few questions as well. The footage resembles a fusion of different gameplay from a single player campaign which add to the confusion whether the game is a new engine or just an modified version of Modern Warfare 2 engine.
See the official trailer after the break.Read the rest of the article »
With PlayStation NGP on the road to greatness with its stellar features plus the innate awesomeness of Call of Duty, what could ever go wrong with this kind of team up? That's right, NOTHING.
Were you cut short from the Call of Duty experience on your PlayStation Portable (PSP)? Well here’s some good news for you, especially if you’re planning to buy the PSP’s successor. Philip Earl from Activision has expressed the game publisher’s support to the PlayStation NGP (Next Generation Portable), which may mean we’ll be getting more than the usual Call of Duty titles on the PSNGP (or PSP2 for the hardheaded ones).Read the rest of the article »
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