Tag Archives: Call of Duty

Treyarch reduces the grind for Black Ops 4’s Black Market

The day before last we reported on how Black Ops 4 had instituted a fun but overbearing reward system for gameplay unlocking everything from stickers to put on guns, gun skins, spray paint designs, character costumes and outfits, to even a brand new Blackout character (at tier 199).

We heard your feedback in our comments section as well as social media and while many of you agreed with our assessment that the grind required to unlock these items was just too much. It turns out that Treyarch may have heard your voices as well, and it turns out they’ve found that they agree.

Continue reading Treyarch reduces the grind for Black Ops 4’s Black Market

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC Release Date

lebfem3

Attack of the Radioactive Thing! Is the main draw here, being the new Zombies map, featuring a 1950’s spin with Zombies, keeping up with being the best content in these titles. Absolution also comes with four new maps: Fore, a large miniature golf course; Permafrost, a frozen city scape featuring tight-quarters gameplay; Bermuda, a shantytown created around a crashed ship; and Ember, a remake of the Resistance map from Modern Warfare 3.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Louis Thompson on 20170630 and was last modified on 20170630 .

Call of Duty WW2 Leaked (Rumor)

C7uWOPTX0AAwaMh-681x409

Back in February during an earnings call, Activison announced that the new Call of Duty would be returning to it’s roots. Which had people of course speculating that the series would return to it’s original setting in World War 2, and after the success of Battlefield 1 going back to World War 1, it’d only make sense. An anonymous person who is close to the project as leaked several promotional imagines for the rumored Call of Duty WW2, featuring solders on the beach of Normandy in 1944. Likely based on everything we have been hearing and franchises decreasing sales, this would be the best time for Call of Duty to return to it’s roots. Stay tuned as we cover this story, we will update if Activision releases and official statement, or announces the game.

call-duty-ww2

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Mitch Walters on 20170325 and was last modified on 20170325 .

Check out Call of Duty: Black Ops 3’s Bonus Zombie Map

mqdefault (2)

Activision released a brand new zombie themed trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Those who purchase the game’s Collector’s Edition will be treated with “The Giant”, a bonus map for its zombie mode.

Official description for The Giant:

Zombies returns in all of its undead glory with “The Giant,” a Nazi research facility featuring the weapon upgrading Pack-A-Punch Machine. Re-live the chaos of Treyarch’s classic “Der Riese” Zombies map, picking up the Zombies story with Dempsey, Nikolai, Richtofen, and Takeo where Origins left off.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 launches on November 6, for PC, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and Xbox One.

 

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jermain Jackson on 20150711 and was last modified on 20150711 .

New Black Ops 3 Trailer + Info Released by Treyarch

Black Ops 3 RealGamerNewZ

The game takes place fifty years from now with a focus on cybernetics as well as the challenge that technology brings mankind. Long since time technology has acted as a double edged sword for the human species who must find the right balance between its evolution and its obedience to our will. Treyarch launched a new Live Action trailer in anticipation for the official Gameplay Reveal which will take place this Sunday and has offered both Double XP as well as Double Weapon XP for Black Ops 2 players starting this Friday and ending on Monday.

Based on hidden information in the official Call of Duty website which was spotted recently the game will feature an all-new Zombies mode from Treyarch as well as launch on the PlayStation 4, Xbox ONE, and Windows PC. Other platforms are not ruled out at this time but are also not confirmed nor listed in said information leaks. Take a look at the Live Action trailer below, presented in Full High Definition by our video partners over at GamersPreyHD the one stop shop for all of the latest video game trailers.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20150423 and was last modified on 20150423 .

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Ascendance DLC Review

RealGamerNewz Advanced Warfare Zombies - Ascendance DLC Review

When we last left off, the Call of Duty Zombies experience was being re-invented through High Moon Studios and Sledgehammer Games very different approach to things. Now that Black Ops 3 has been announced and Treyarch is known to be making another installment to their world of Zombies, the pressure once again shifts back upon Advanced Warfare’s DLC packs as a new piece of Exo Zombies gaming is added with Ascendance. In addition to the second edition of Exo Zombies (entitled Infection), there’s also four new multiplayer maps being added to the competitive online experience. We will go over each of these one by one as well before delving into what the newest chapter of Exo Zombies has to offer.

RealGamerNewz Advanced Warfare Ascendance Review Perplex

Perplex:

A vertical map centering around the grapple and boost Exo Abilities, Perplex is graphically designed to be a very clean looking scene with the ability for very competitive play as its mostly symmetrical and players don’t have many hiding points. Grapple mode is very very fast paced in this map, and without it the gameplay is more about balancing jumping with shooting. Players can be far from each other yet meet up very quickly resulting in a wide variety of gun-play mostly consisting of mid-range firing but also plenty of close quarters and far sighted shooting as well.

Call-of-Duty-Advanced-Warfare-Site-244

Site 244:

This map is something straight out out of an Area 51-style crash site (hence the name) with wreckage of a space ship all over. It’s possible to accumulate two Super Serums in this map rather than just one – meaning that players can see through walls, without a minimap, and have increased health for a limited duration of time – if they are good enough to get ahold of this. The map has a lot of indoor type of areas that have a four corner feel to them and serve well for Exo Grapple which allows players to swing all through certain regions of the map very quickly.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Climate DLC

Climate:

This map is a play on the Biodome concept in which mankind is making an artificial way to be self-sufficient and have a taste of nature while doing so. The scenery is probably the most vivid color-wise because though there’s a lot of browns and oranges, the hue is cranked up on these to a pleasing shade. Texture quality is pretty decent here and you can see the engine of the game being slightly tweaked to begin adapting to next-gen consoles.

This map is very much rounded compared to the past maps seen in the series. Running around in circles will happen a lot. Bringing down death streaks is very deadly in this map since there’s a lot of out in the open areas and not very many indoor moments. Halfway through playing on the map the water in the dome becomes toxic and since it takes up a large portion of the map players will want to keep that in mind and know when to get out or risk losing their killstreak.

call-of-duty-advanced-warfare-ascendance-chop-shop

Chop Shop:

The fourth map included in the DLC is called Chop Shop and represents an underground black market for Exo Suit parts. This map is cluttered with indoor areas which snake around in squared off and diagonal fashion making players tactically keep their guard up for tons of close quarters gun battles. This futuristic ghetto market type of area also features a couple of arena areas on either side of the populated indoors environments. The map is very symmetrical compared to some of the others in the DLC making it much more competitive than most. Chop Shop lends itself well to various objective modes, but only if you have the fortitude to deal with the intensity of close quarters battle.

Advanced Warfare DLC Review - Infection Ascendance

Exo Zombies – Part 2: Infection

Those who felt like the original Exo Zombies map was largely an act of holing up in one room and shooting it out defensively will be happy to hear that the latest edition of Exo Zombies features a much more wide open playing field. The variety of enemies has been increased as well as the map size itself. There’s even another objective layer added to the game in which players must guide other human survivors away from danger – a first for the series. With these tweaks, Exo Zombies’ second stage really attempts to up the ante in terms of both cinematic feel as well as gameplay. But in order to make players actually want to save these new innocents who appear mid-battle, a reward will be given if they are successful.

The mini-boss feel which has been covered widely plays out rather nicely, with environments posing a threat to Zombies as well. This gives players a better balance with more ups and downs rather than a relentless, never changing pace as seen in most Zombies matches. Balancing zombies between the roof and the ground gives players time to really be strategic with taking out the Exo Suit – equipped Zombie known as Goliath which can wipe out your Exo abilities with one hit. Burger Town is a dark and dreary reminder that people once lived here and ate here but now it’s just death consuming all. There’s also a large sewer network underneath the map giving a true amount of variety to what can be experienced in terms of environment. Don’t let the toxic gas kill you either…

Official Trailer:

Final Verdict:

Unfortunately players have to deal with plain Core Team Deathmatch or head into the Mosh Pit if they want to experience the new multiplayer maps at the time of this Review. There is no support for the new maps on Hardcore or Domination-only playlists by themselves.  There’s also a new heavy weapon / shotgun hybrid the OHM available, but if you had the Season Pass already then this is just leveling out the playing field by giving it to those against you as well since it was already available to Season Pass holders.

Once again though, similar to last time, the centerpiece of this DLC is really the new Exo Zombies map being offered. Zombies are faster, hungrier, and deadlier than ever in Infection. With way more to do and more places to go as well as more variety with which to approach situations, this is possibly the best Exo Zombies episode yet. It might even be hard for High Moon and Sledgehammer to top this with their third entry, but that will be revealed soon enough.

Developer: Sledgehammer Games / High Moon Studios

Publisher: Activision

Available On: Xbox ONE / Xbox 360

(Coming April 30, 2015 to PS4, PS3, and Windows PC)

Played On: Xbox ONE

Review Copy Info: A digital copy of this DLC was provided to RealGamerNewz for the purpose of this Review.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20150418 and was last modified on 20150418 .

Back in Black: Activision Teases The Next Call of Duty Game

Call of Duty - Black Ops 3 - RealGamerNewz

Activision has dropped a very cryptic trailer, teasing the next game in their Juggernaut franchise.

The teaser features multiple symbols and dialogue from the previous Black Ops games, before revealing the Roman Numeral 2, which then transforms into a 3. It’s Safe to say this year’s Call of Duty will be Black Ops 3.

A full reveal is then promised for April 26, 2015.

 

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jermain Jackson on 20150409 and was last modified on 20150410 .

The World’s First Ever Gameplay Footage Film Festival Has Been Announced

Call of Duty Point and Shoot

Our Review of the Havoc DLC HERE

Havoc Point & Shoot Trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Activision
Developer(s): Sledgehammer Games

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Louis Thompson on 20150222 and was last modified on 20150222 .

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Championship Personalization Pack Trailer [HD 1080P]

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare - Championship Personalization DLC Pack

Championship Personalization Pack Trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): Windows PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Activision
Developer(s): Sledgehammer Games
Release Date (NA): November 4th, 2014

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Louis Thompson on 20150210 and was last modified on 20150210 .

Morning Mash Up – My First Time On Exo Zombies Outbreak Gameplay (From The Lost Archives) [HD]

Advanced Warfare Zombies RealGamerNewz

This is just a taste for those who don’t want to spoil the later levels yet. I’ll be uploading those later as well. This is from way back when I first played a match of Exo Zombies on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and I had no idea what I was doing. The Outbreak map is great and I’m excited to see more. If you haven’t already, make sure you read my Full Havoc DLC Review. I think this video perfectly demonstrates that anyone can pick up and play the new Exo Zombies mode and that it will be able to have a wider appeal than the previous Zombies modes because of that. Exo Zombies is available as a separate mode to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare upon purchase of the Season Pass on Xbox ONE or the Havoc DLC on Xbox ONE.

>>> Read Our Full Review Here <<<

Developer: Sledgehammer Games

Publisher: Activision

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20150204 and was last modified on 20150204 .

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Outbreak Exo Zombies / Havoc DLC Xbox Review

Call of Duty Exo Zombies RealGamerNewz Review Outbreak Havoc DLC 1

Xbox One Exclusive: At this time no other platforms DLC release date are confirmed. If you haven’t already, go check out our CoD:AW Review to get a feel for where we rank the game overall in the franchise and genre at large. Outbreak is perhaps the most unexpected and now talked about piece of the Havoc DLC, so that’s what this Review will mainly focus around. It is unclear at this time how many new Zombies maps will be released by Sledgehammer Games and High Moon Studios in total – so keep that in mind. That being said, so far their work is impressive.

Outbreak is the first installment in a new mode called Exo Zombies debuting for the first time in the Call of Duty series. This mode combines the Exo Suit abilities of Advanced Warfare while at the same time borrowing a lot of classic gameplay principles from the Zombies modes seen in previous games (World at War, Black Ops, and Black Ops II distinctively). Surprisingly the end result is more fun and enjoyable than expected, even right from the start. Sledgehammer + High Moon take some influence from the co-op survival mode Extinction created in Call of Duty: Ghosts by NeverSoft and grabbed the best of what that mode had to offer in terms of action-based, pick up and play feel. There are a few things that have been dropped from the traditional zombies experience including the need to repair windows. This act of boarding up windows had become a bit overly repetitive in the Zombies series as it were, and now players don’t need to board up windows but can get security such as lasers, turrets, drones, traps, decoys, grenades, as well as many new forms of defense both automated and manual.

The ease of gaining weapon access and upgrading weapons compared to previous Zombies installments is another welcomed change to the formula as Sledgehammer + High Moon’s first excellent entry in the Exo Zombies DLC series begins. Double jumping in the Exo Suit adds another aspect to Zombies as well and players can feel more ready than ever to adapt to it thanks to Destiny. Few games do control set crossovers so well, but the Exo Suit definitely pulls this off.

outbreak xbox one call of duty zombies

This game takes more action based team work rather than puzzle based exploration, pitting players up against an ever increasing set of enemies that seem to take graphic design cues from heavyweights in the survival genre like Resident Evil. This is a very appropriate theme and I’m glad Activision gave the green light for something so dark and satisfying from Sledgehammer Games and High Moon Studios. I’ll admit, I initially had reservations as to whether or not they could do an entertaining zombies mode – but they’ve delivered fun gameplay ten fold to answer that challenge.

Air drops with security drones, ammo, camo, credit from ATM’s for running around the map and keeping a perimeter, getting a good gun quickly, upgrading it multiple times with ease, and getting infected then cured or dying are just a few of the experiences you can expect per second as 60 frames per second hit you on the Xbox ONE Call of Duty Zombies experience that is Advanced Warfare Havoc’s Outbreak Exo Zombies map. This is a straight forward approach to Zombies with less jumping through hoops and more getting into the meat of the action with friends. A couple of decent players who know what they are doing can hold an entire team at least several rounds in until deeper strategy is accomplished by said team – meaning this is a fun pick up and play experience even if you haven’t learned the map yet.

Advanced types of Zombies as players go further and further push the line forward for romanticizing the dark demonic look Activision is getting away with here. We love it. To keep up with increasing zombie health and difficulty players must maintain upgrades as before but now it feels much more balanced and ideal plus a different looking, different acting breed of Zombie every once in a while doesn’t hurt. For people who may have got bored too quickly with the sheer difficulty and a-typical logic puzzle / strategy aspects of past Zombies entries, this new Exo Zombies is definitely going to be more enjoyable for you. For those who loved the never-ending upgrades and murdering Zombies with long-form strategy, there’s none of that missing here – it’s just Easter Eggs aren’t part of the main requirement to play anymore, they’re actually Easter Eggs.

exo-zombies-havoc-trailer

exo-zombie-casting

Lilith is the best playable character by far with the quickest speed, and is played by Hollywood personality Rose McGowan. Every character is pretty interesting in their own way though and has some often hilarious and colorful dialogue, so hearing things like “I fu%&ng hate ATLAS Corporation”, dropping F – bombs, or yelling out “F@&k You!” after rage killing a nearly triumphant horde of Zombies. The top quality acting from its cast makes the game more cinematic and the overall experience maintains immersion because of this.

Many Power-ups and pick-ups exist in the game including but not limited to the DNA Bomb, Full Reload, Rocket Assault Drone, Power Surge (when everything in the game becomes 10 credits, any weapon, anywhere, even mystery boxes), and more. When you open up new areas Zombies find new ways to show up, even though a new round hasn’t even started yet. This keeps even veterans on their toes as they feel its safe, leave a crawler, and run deeper within the map for resource gathering purposes. You still have to pay to open up doors, and exactly which doors you choose to open will dramatically change how many rounds your team survives.

As usual, getting multi-kills, headshots, and using the pistol / stabbing combination early on are essential strategies to starting off with maximum efficiency and the best chance of going the distance. Every few rounds there’s a dog zombies round. Zombies who will bite players and infect them happen every few rounds as well. If this happens to you, get to the Decontamination Pad within 60 seconds to heal or you’re dead. Extra credits for killing zombies w/ Melee, DNA Bomb, headshots, or explosives, especially in combination for multi-kills, are non-stop incentives to the fast paced action.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Exo Zombies Xbox One

As for the deeper strategy breakdown within Outbreak, one player gets a hold of the Nano Machine bubble putting Zombies into slow motion and damaging them while another gets the Drones and decoys them at the same time forcing all of the Zombies to be attracted into this bubble area damage effect while all four players focus LMG (Light Machine Gun) gunfire onto them. All four players should take advantage of reduced pricing from Power Surge when needed in order to quickly gain access to and upgrade weapons of choice.

Pro Tip: Do NOT Open the Administration Wing door with the containment pad on the other side of it if you want to attempt the more straightforward logical strategies most players are familiar with. That means, get on the mic and tell everybody else not to open the door as well. This door actually ends up being the sweet spot and safe zone complete with cure to infection, weapon upgrade, and if not opened this door servers as the only wall and barrier blocking what otherwise becomes a never-ending barrage of Zombies coming up from your team’s behind.

Upgrading weapons over and over is of course the only way to deal with the escalation of Zombie intensity through later rounds. Each upgrade is costly though at 2,500 each. It’s best to get LMG’s or weapons of choice using the Mystery Box (AKA 3D Printer) before upgrading, and also to do the upgrade when out of ammo so it serves as killing two birds with one stone. That being said, it’s even better to wait it out and accomplish grabbing the Full Reload pick-up bonus for the entire team and doing the majority of weapon purchasing / upgrading during Power Surge (similar to Fire Sale from old Zombies modes) that way optimal spending can commence. Use the free ammo and reloading that the game gives you as much as possible and spend on getting the team into proper roles fully geared up that way when the round is over 30 before you know it – everyone is prepared to tough it out for many more rounds in this one spot. It’s unclear what round this spot will be good to, feel free to comment below if you’ve been playing it and have gotten very high.

Havoc-DLC-pack
Of course, Outbreak is only one part of the Havoc DLC offered for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and while we decided to focus the majority of this 1500 word Review on Outbreak we would be remiss to not mention the additional features of the Havoc DLC pack Available Now on Xbox One.

ALL Included in Havoc DLC Pack:

Co-op Exo Zombies Mode & 1st Map:

  • Outbreak (Starring Rose McGowan, Bill Paxton, John Malkovich, and John Bernthal.)

Competitive Multiplayer Maps:

  • Urban
  • Sideshow
  • Core
  • Drift

New Weapons:

  • Including the AE4 Widowmaker (AE4 controlled energy assault rifle)

Final Verdict:

Ascendance, Supremacy, and Reckoning are still coming to Xbox One first, and this Havoc DLC will eventually be made available for PlayStation and PC platforms, but if you’re fortunate enough to be playing Outbreak on your Xbox One copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare right now you know what I’m about to say. Sledgehammer Games and High Moon Studios have redefined Zombies in a great way. Four multiplayer maps plus new weapons and a masterpiece entry into the Zombies legacy makes for a totally solid value proposition. We hope to see the franchise continue to take this gameplay direction in DLC as well as full games. Our only worry is that this game will mainly be purchased to play this new form of Zombies and there could only end up being 4 maps total created for it. This seems like a problem and admittedly hurt the score a bit of an otherwise great experience, and while we wish Advanced Warfare included more Zombies maps in either the original Advanced Warfare or in these DLC packs, we are still happy to be fortunate enough to experience this creation and compel others to try the same. I applaud Activision for funding titles that are becoming more and more fun with less emphasis on the meticulous parts of play and more on the reward of teamwork and elite success through firepower.

Havoc – Multiplayer DLC Trailer:

Exo Zombies – Outbreak Trailer:

Overall Score: 8.5 / 10

RGN Rating: Silver Game

Developer: Sledgehammer Games / High Moon Studios

Publisher: Activision

Available On: Xbox One Exclusive

Xbox One Exclusive: At this time no other platforms DLC release date are confirmed.

Played On: Microsoft Xbox One

Review Copy Info: A digital copy of this game’s downloadable content was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20150202 and was last modified on 20150329 .

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Havoc DLC Pack Preview [HD 1080P]

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC

Havoc DLC Pack Preview of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Activision
Developer(s): Sledgehammer Games
Release Date (NA): November 4th, 2014

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Louis Thompson on 20150113 and was last modified on 20150113 .

Call of Duty – 2015 Championship Trailer [HD 1080P]

Call of Duty Championship 2015

2015 Championship Trailer of Call of Duty.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Louis Thompson on 20150109 and was last modified on 20150109 .

Last Week of PSN Holiday Sale

16051620801_18296a89be_z

The 4th and final week of the PSN Holiday Sale has been revealed. Over the past 3 weeks Sony has had some great deals on some solid titles. Now, is your last chance to take advantage of these great holiday prices. A few games heading the sale are Alien Isolation, COD Advanced Warfare, Diablo 3, Metro Redux, and WWE 2k15 just to name a few.

Make sure you head over to the PSN store online or on your Playstation console to get these awesome deals!

 

Title Platform PS Plus Price Sale Price Original Price
3-in-1 Mega Bundle PS3 $5.99 $6.99 $9.99
Alien: Isolation PS3 $24.99 $29.99 $49.99
Alien: Isolation PS4 $29.99 $35.99 $59.99
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag PS3 $12.00 $15.00 $29.99
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag PS4 $20.00 $25.00 $49.99
Battlefield 4 PS3 N/A $9.00 $29.99
Battlefield 4 PS4 N/A $12.00 $39.99
Battlefield 4 Premium Edition PS3 N/A $30.00 $59.99
Battlefield 4 Premium Edition PS4 N/A $30.00 $59.99
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PS4 N/A $44.99 $59.99
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PS3 N/A $44.99 $59.99
Castle of Illusion: Sega Genesis Bundle PS3 $7.49 $8.99 $14.99
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair PS Vita $23.99 $27.99 $39.99
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition PS4 $35.99 $39.59 $59.99
Escape Goat 2 PS4 $4.00 $5.00 $9.99
FLUSTER CLUCK PS4 $6.00 $7.50 $14.99
Grand Theft Auto V + Great White Shark Card PS3 N/A $28.00 $79.99
In Space We Brawl PS3 $7.19 $8.39 $11.99
In Space We Brawl PS4 $7.19 $8.39 $11.99
Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut PS4 $4.00 $5.00 $9.99
Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut PS3 $4.00 $5.00 $9.99
Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut PS Vita $4.00 $5.00 $9.99
Luxury Fun Triple Scoop PS3 $8.99 $10.49 $14.99
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes PS4 N/A $6.80 $19.99
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes PS3 N/A $6.80 $19.99
Metro Redux PS4 $29.99 $34.99 $49.99
Nidhogg PS4 $8.99 $10.49 $14.99
Nidhogg PS Vita $8.99 $10.49 $14.99
Peggle 2 PS4 N/A $4.80 $11.99
Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 Digital Exclusive Bundle PS4 N/A $41.99 $59.99
Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 Digital Exclusive Bundle PS3 N/A $27.99 $39.99
RACE THE SUN PS3 $5.99 $6.99 $9.99
RACE THE SUN PS4 $5.99 $6.99 $9.99
RACE THE SUN PS Vita $5.99 $6.99 $9.99
The Legend of Korra PS3 $8.99 $9.89 $14.99
The Legend of Korra PS4 $8.99 $9.89 $14.99
WWE 2K15 PS4 N/A $49.79 $59.99
WWE 2K15 PS3 N/A $40.19 $59.99
WWE 2K15 Digital Deluxe PS4 N/A $66.39 $79.99
WWE 2K15 Digital Deluxe PS3 N/A $53.59 $79.99

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Wes Wall on 20141223 and was last modified on 20141223 .