Contemporary art is sometimes bizarre, but images of weapons appearing on traditional Afghani rugs may be the strangest change in modern art. The tradition was started during the Soviet occupation started in 1979, and these items are still made by most of the local ethnic groups. Read more...
Even though The Duffel Blog is a satirist site (yes it really is people), this look back on the war in Afghanistan is not only funny, but also highly accurate. November 2009: With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Activision brings real Afghan action to living rooms everywhere. Show More Summary
This new Good Kill UK trailer is a lot like the international trailer that dropped for the film not long ago. But it is a much better-assembled piece of work, with a more polished flow overall and a better deployment of the film’s signature elements. Show More Summary
The man, myth and legend GB "DocSeuss" Burford wants to know which fascinating game level he should analyze for Kotaku next. He's looked closely at classic levels from Half-Life, Mirror's Edge, Modern Warfare, Dishonored, The Witcher, and Halo. Please recommend specific levels that you want him to break down. Thanks! Read more...
K-Mart screwed up in a big way and sent out cartons of what’s sure to be a big hit, “Modern Warfare 3,” with markings that they were to be put [...]
Since it’s a good possibility that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which went on sale on Tuesday at midnight, will become the best selling video game of all-time, it [...]
Inspired by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops The post Call of Duty Online Launches Public Open Beta in China appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Deadline's reporting (and The Hollywood Reporter's confirmed) that Paramount's found its replacement for Roberto Orci: Justin Lin, best known for a bunch of the Fast and Furious movies. Oh, and Community's "Modern Warfare." Read mor...
As the Iraq and the crisis engulfing Putin's Russia show, warmongering is a lose-lose proposition
Can you hit your targets when playing an Xbox shooting game? If so, the Navy might just want to put a video-game-like controller in your hands. Except this version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have you aiming a … Read more ›
From The New German Artillery, The Spectator, 12 December 1914: We shall have to wait a long time, we surmise, till the merits or demerits of the various new weapons… Continue reading The post The Spectator at war: Modern warfare appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
This is a video of the US Navy's latest laser blaster blowing up a couple ships and a drone. The $40-million Laser Weapon System (LaWS) is already burninating its way through enemy ships and aircrafts from aboard the USS Ponce deployed in the Persian Gulf. Show More Summary
Every year, Call of Duty gives me an existential crisis. Every year I review the new entry in the series and, every year since Modern Warfare, it's been more or less the same game, barring a few surface changes that only the dedicated fanbase will notice. Show More Summary
Call of Duty continues to be a pretty big deal. Despite annualized releases and the occasional stinker (we're looking at you, Modern Warfare 3!), people still love to wage virtual war on Activision's battlefields. Hey, we hear this year's game is...
The future, it seems, is now. When Modern Warfare impressed upon the world the grittiness of combat, its pin-sharp shooting smartly muddied by the sociopathy of its soldiers as they went about their wetwork with the glib efficiency of plumbers, its dust settled across an entire generation of shooters. Show More Summary
It's difficult to look Modern Warfare in the eye without glancing at the long shadow that trails behind it. The small library of gradually worsening sequels and annual follow-ups, the abysmal Medal of Honor games and all the other middling to poor efforts at competition that defined the next half-decade of FPS' ( Terrorist Takedown anyone?). Show More Summary
One of the most important elements of modern warfare, whether nuclear or conventional, is the first strike. As this concept figures prominently in my writings, I believe it is important to explain up front what I mean when I use the term. Show More Summary
Dead End Thrills: 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' Video games can be ugly, violent things. Full of torture and discrimination, shattered hopes, and exploded skulls. Everyone knows this. The newspapers tell us, so do our parents who read...Show More Summary
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'Cyper theft' affected CoD: Modern Warfare 3, Gears of War 3 and US military. Four hackers have been convicted for breaching the computer systems of major video game firms and the US military, allegedly 'stealing' software worth over $100 million.Click here to read the full article