The U.S. has already launched missions in 105 countries in 2015 -- approximately 80 percent of 2014's total
Apparently, herding supervillians on black ops missions that the government will deny when things inevitably go wrong really doesn’t sound like fun to anyone, as Jake Gyllenhaal has decided that he won’t fill in for Tom Hardy as the leader of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. Show More Summary
Special Ops Missions Already in 105 Countries in 2015 Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com In the dead of night, they swept in aboard V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft. Landing in a remote region of one of the most volatile countries on the planet, they raided a village and soon found themselves in a life-or-death firefight. Show More Summary
By Nick Turse, TomDispatch Just 66 days into fiscal 2015—America’s most elite troops had already set foot in 105 nations, approximately 80 percent of 2014’s total. This secret war across much of the planet remains unknown to most Americans.
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The post, Brooklyn Brewery Cuvee Noire, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Brooklyn Brewery already makes a pile of tasty stouts from their annual Black Chocolate Stout to the, uh, covert one… (cough, Black Ops, cough). Anyways, this...Show More Summary
... Most certainly, I would do it again..... Your identity papers please........
Of the insane superhero movie schedule now in development, 2016’s Suicide Squad stood out early by picking up gritty writer/director, David Ayer (Training Day, Fury) to explore villians forced to work government black ops for reduced sentences (and not having their brains detonated). Show More Summary
Overtakes Call of Duty Black Ops following Xbox One and PS4 release. Grand Theft Auto V has become the UK's best-selling game of all time, according to retail monitor Chart-Track. Click here to read the full article
Grand Theft Auto 5 is now the best-selling game of all time in the UK. Rockstar's open world was already close to the previous record holder, 2010's Call of Duty: Black Ops, which it finally overtook this week thanks to the arrival of its PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. Show More Summary
Tycho: Gabriel and I are largely CoD adjacent. We purchase them, like them, and play them, but they rarely become a lifestyle. Black Ops II - “blops” - was the exception, at least for him, when he discovered that playing it via the Wii U’s remote screen allowed him to play it more or less constantly. Show More Summary
The Motoped Black Ops is a shameless, shallow grab for attention that has 100 percent done its job on me. A zombie hunting moped? Seriously? But the product behind it is actually pretty sweet. A highly customizable moped with a 500-mile (805 km) range, 200 mpg (1.2 L/100km) efficiency and heavy-duty engineering. Show More Summary
Look for October 29th, 2014's complete list of game deals after the jump, including Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (3DS) for $23.99, Big Bang Mini for $14.43, and Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Wii U) for $14.99. Plus, the latest Wii U, 3DS and amiibo pre-order offers - thanks for reading! Read the rest of the story...
Manuel Noriega's attempt to sue Activision has been dismissed by a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge who ruled that the former Panamanian dictator's unauthorized cameo in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is protected by America's free speech laws. In the...
He had claimed that the game publisher Activision Blizzard used his image without his permission in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Earlier this year, Panama's former dictator and friend to the CIA Manuel Noriega sued Activision for the use of his likeness in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Not for defamation of character for portraying him a murderous badman, but for putting him in the game without paying him. Show More Summary
Apparently Mayor Giuliani's defense worked: Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega's case against Activision for including his likeness in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been dismissed by a California judge. As Kotaku spotted, Activision issued a press...
Murderous military dictator Manuel Noriega can't sue over his depiction as a bad guy in the blockbuster video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II," a Los Angeles judge has ruled.
Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard Inc., alleging the video game publisher wronged him by including his likeness in the blockbuster game “Call of Duty: Black Ops II,” has been thrown out by a Los Angeles County judge.