Posted on 14 November, 2013 by Jayden
OXCGN’s Call of Duty: Ghosts Review
Aiming high, but falling short.
by Jayden Perry
In the opening minutes of Call of Duty Ghosts you run through a collapsing town, jump to space and try to defend a space station, then watch as the world as we know it is decimated by high-powered missiles.
As you watch these amazing and out there scenarios play out, with everything exploding all around, you know that this is Call of Duty.
Ghosts marks the first Call of Duty game developed by Infinity Ward after their incredibly successful “Modern Warfare” series. Right from the word go you’ll notice the similar feeling of menus and text, but this game has a lot to offer in it’s new premise, extinction mode and surprisingly complex multiplayer.
Ghosts provides the player with a variety of modes in which to spend your time playing; Campaign, Squads/Multiplayer and Extinction.
Ghosts even takes you to fight on the final frontier; space!
Click to orbit to the rest of the review!
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Posted on 7 November, 2013 by Deus Exer
Call of Music!
Critical Hit releases Call of Duty Music Video
by Daniel Geikowski
©2013 Daniel Geikowski
We brought you news about Critical Hit a few weeks ago regarding their Angry Birds cover, and now to coincide with the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts, the guys have released Battle for New York from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Critical Hit are also celebrating the release of their debut album, aptly named Critical Hit: Volume One, which is now available for purchase.
You can check out their latest video right here.
More Critical Hits Here!
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Posted on 13 September, 2013 by Arthur Kotsopoulos
OXCGN’s Black Ops II: Apocalypse DLC Review
Where it all began
by Arthur Kotsopoulos
©2013 Arthur Kotsopoulos
With Call of Duty: Ghosts set to hit shelves in November, it’s only fitting that Treyarch send Black Ops II off with a bang with Apocalypse, the final Map Pack which can be downloaded individually or included with the season pass.
Apocalypse includes 2 brand new maps, 2 re-skinned maps and a brand new Zombies map. It’s definitely a great way to extend the life span of a shooter especially when it’s main focus is its multiplayer component, with a less than stellar single player.
I must admit this is my first time playing the multiplayer in Black Ops II, due to the fact that the series lost my interest when Black Ops hit.
I wasn’t overly impressed with Modern Warfare 3, having not even completed single player to this day. The series is in dire need of a huge refresh and whilst Ghosts is looking as if it is trying to do that, Apocalypse will give fans of the current generation something to tide them over.
Apocalypse DLC Review Here
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Posted on 27 August, 2013 by Arthur Kotsopoulos
Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep Review
Bunkers & Badasses!
by Arthur Kotsopoulos
©2013 Arthur Kotsopoulos
To listen whilst you read: Listen to the Flamerock Refuge theme, it’ll draw you into the fantasy world. It’ll open in a new tab, so don’t worry.
With the endless possibilities that the internet now delivers to the end user of a product, it’s no marvel to see so many titles in this current generation of games receive post content support.
Whilst both the Halo and Call of Duty franchise receive Map Packs, racers such as Forza receives new tracks and cars for players to drive, there’s one particular title that seems to get a plethora of new post content support, stacking on countless hours of entertainment.
That said game is, Borderlands 2.
Currently having seen it’s final fully fledged DLC add on in the form of Tiny Tinas Assault on Dragon Keep, this new DLC adds roughly 8-10 hours of additional gameplay if you’re on your own to an already amazing title.
With a group of 4 that estimated completion time could vary and for the better too.
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