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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Exo Zombies Trailer [HD 1080P]

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Exo Zombies 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): Activsion
Developer(s): Sledgehammer Games
Release Date (NA): November 4th, 2014

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Strategy Guide Review

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The latest title in the juggernaut FPS franchise is finally here and BradyGames has released a strategy guide for both its returning fans and newcomers alike. Did BG deliver a guide worthy of the asking price, or should this be avoided at all cost?

The writers did a wonderful job covering the singleplayer portion of the game. Pretty much everything a player would want to know, is presented with pinpoint accuracy. For players new to the Call of Duty franchise and unfamiliar with the new mechanics, the specialized training section goes into great detail explaining the basics; from something as simple as sprinting, to info on the new EXO suits and their upgrades. Fans who are already up to speed will most likely skip this brief portion of the guide but it is great that the option is there.

Advanced Warfare’s action packed campaign mode has received the best coverage I’ve seen in a strategy guide so far. Reader are treated to complete step-by-step walkthroughs of each mission, complete with information on every objective, soldier loadouts, enemy types, tactics and nicely illustrated maps. The writers should be commended for the great job they did of avoiding any major spoilers, even with the quoted dialogue and in-game screenshot in each chapter.

Achievements/trophy hunters will be happy to know that those tied to the campaign are covered as well in the walkthroughs. Not only does the guide highlight the digital rewards that are unlocked for beating each mission, but also lets you know when it is the perfect time attempt to get them and how. So don’t worry about missing the “Flying Ace” achievement/trophy, the guide will let you know what mission you need to play and provide and accurate and detailed instructions on how to unlock it. Compared to how they were presented in the Destiny strategy guide, this way is much more convenient and a welcomed change.

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Campaign coverage

Speaking of convenience, each mission chapter also features locations on Advanced Warfare’s “intel”; in-game collectibles scattered throughout the campaign. Instead of cramming all intel coverage at the end of the walkthroughs, the writers wisely integrated them (As seen in the pic above) in each chapter. Each is accompanied with a detailed picture of their locations and accurate instructions on how to find them, so completionists will have no issues during their search. Every achievement/trophy is listed with proper explanations on how to unlock them. This along with collectibles were two of the biggest areas BG dropped the ball with the Destiny guide. I’m happy to say that isn’t the case with this time.

As with previous Call of Duty games, Advanced Warfare’s main draw is its competitive multiplayer and its portion in this guide. Similar to the singleplayer section, there is helpful coverage on the basics for the newcomers and in-depth information for seasoned players. Weapons stats, attachments, perks, EXO abilities, games modes, Scorestreaks, you name it. Everything you can think of and more is talked about extensively, with accurate photos and descriptions. The readers are also presented with some helpful tips and strategies. Want to know which perk is best suited for which game mode, or what weapon works best from a distance, then you’ll want to read up on this section of the guide.

While the weapon stats charts are cool, it is worth noting that the game’s multiplayer will see its fair share of patches throughout its lifetime. This means that some weapons will see either their stats increase or decrease, based on community feedback, making the stats portion inaccurate once that happens.

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A look at the Scorestreaks

The writers went all out with their coverage of the game’s multiplayer maps, providing highly detailed illustrations and highlights for each spawn point and objective location. Readers are offered strategies for each map that I can personally say, have proven to be very effective. How effective depends on your skill level as a player, as well as your teammates but you’ll be glad to know that they are useful.

For those looking to play the game’s “EXO Survival”, it was given the same level of detail for the most part. You’ll learn the basics, about the objectives, types of enemies you’ll face, Scorestreaks you can use, upgrade stations and general strategies to help you survive. One minor gripe with the co-op mode coverage is that it doesn’t cover the bonus zombie wave, or offer any info on how to unlock the zombie skin for use in competitive multiplayer. This is most likely not the writers faults, as Sledgehammer Games tried to keep it a secret up until the game’s launch, so it isn’t a major issue.

eGuide: Every physical copy of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare comes with a code for an electronic version of the guide for free. The guide is accessed on Prima Games website, which means players can study map layouts and strategies on the go, or you can just give it to a friend/relative.

Final Verdict:

The is a very impressive guide. With the exception of one little omission in the co-op mode, the writers still covered everything the game has to offer with amazing detail and accuracy. Coverage for the game’s singleplayer is the best I’ve seen/read so far. The strategies for multiplayer and survival mode are effective and can lead the player to victory on the virtual battlefield. The weapons stats will become inaccurate as the months but if you are looking for a guide, that covers everything else and does a damn good job doing it, then purchasing this is a no-brainer.

Overall Score: 9/10

RGN Rating: Gold Guide

Publisher: BradyGames

Authors: Phillip Marcus, Michael Owen, Jason Fox and Will Murray

Map Illustrators: Darren Strecker and Michael Tumey

Pages: 236

Covers the game on: PS3 | PS4 | Xbox One | Xbox 360 | PC

Available at: Gamestop | Amazon

Price(s): $24.99 USA | $26.99 CAN | £14.99 UK

Review Copy Info: A physical copy was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review w/ 2 Authors

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Going in to a game with little to no expectations is one of the best things you can do. It’s hard to do that with Call of Duty games, as they are constantly hyped or constantly bashed. There seems to be no middle ground and it’s a shame. As the new Advanced Warfare isn’t the best Call of Duty to ever come out, but it’s far from the worst as well. It manages to change up the combat just enough to make it feel somewhat unfamiliar. This may be because I have not played a Call of Duty intensely since Modern Warfare 2, but this version has managed to push it to a new level. While it’s not a perfect game, it definitely should reel in some of the older crowd back in for a bit.

We won’t be going over the Single-player here as it will have it’s own standalone review. This one is all about the online mode! It’s online does just enough to make people return. The jet packs and your Exo’s abilities do enough to change up the way you play. The cloak is one that really does it, a sit allows you to be virtually invisible for a short duration, but if your enemies get up close they will more than likely see you. The exos somewhat act like a perk, but asides from that there really aren’t many perks to be had.

What does remain rather impressive is that in all the years, in all of the installments, the kill cam has always remained inaccurate. It’s rather impressive as it almost is never accurate in the kills. What’s new to this installment as well is another annoyance, the melee inaccuracy. I can’t tell you how many time sit has not worked for me. I have stood directly over someone as they lay motionless, attempted to melee them, and nothing. Making it somewhat as inaccurate as the kill cams, it’s an impressive addition to the game though.

The biggest issue aside from that is that the maps have returned to almost the same size as Modern Warfare 3. Which I hated, but the maps a lot better done here. There are more ways to go, more ways to jump, and more places to get shot in the back from. It’s not as terrible a sit would be in a normal Call of Duty, but I still think bigger maps would have made the game a lot better. I admittedly get angry at this game 90% of the time, as my guns never seem to work and said anger is also aided by the inaccurate kill cams. That needs to be the next thing addressed really, as I believe 8 games have had kill cams and they are still annoyingly inaccurate. The maps though are very different from previous installments because they don’t feel the need to be big with the movement being so different. You can traverse a lot differently this time around and it’s rather exciting.

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While some people may call it a Titanfall rip off, it doesn’t come off that way to me. As the Goliath is significantly different than an actual Titan and it feels that way. It feels much more vulnerable in that sense as well. The biggest issue might not be that it’s a rehash, it’s a clone, or any of that. The biggest issue is that the game suffers from a seriously lack of options when it comes to online. The game does have a good amount of customization options for your soldier. It’s not anything to rival RPGs, but it feels like more than in any of the previous installments. With a good amount of preset characters to choose from you also unlock articles of clothing as well. You can make your character look somewhat unique and that somewhat surprises me. Luckily for us, the emblem system is back as well. I have yet to see a penis or a swastika, so that’s a victory… but I am sure I will come across one here soon.

The online does just enough to pull players back in. It’s new traversal system has done this outdated and rehashed franchise a real service as older players will find out. You somewhat have to actually learn how to play the game all over again as things really have shifted the play in to a different direction. Is it the best Call of Duty ever made? No,I feel like Call of Duty 4 was and still is the best. The biggest issues with this one though are the map sizes, the inaccurate melee and kill cams, the lack of perks, and the lack of dedicated servers. These are all problems that have persisted in the franchise for a while and they really need to end. While Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare isn’t the best FPS or Call of Duty, it’s definitely more than I expected.

The most unfortunate thing for users is the season pass has returned to the ridiculous price, $50. Even Activision doesn’t take it seriously as it is advertised as “4 DLC Packs 1 Great Price*” which to me indicates that they do not believe it’s a great price, because it isn’t. Just like in previous games, there are overpowered guns as well, this was expected.It doesn’t seem quite fair that zombie players will have to purchase the $50 season pass just to get more of a taste. It’s also somewhat unfair to only include 13 compact maps and then charge $15 for packs of 4.

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Additional Review Notes:

Jon Ireson, Editor-In-Chief discusses the campaign portion of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare:

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s campaign mode attempts to put the powerful emotion and cinematic intensity of Hollywood Action films back into the COD franchise, and to its credit nearly succeeds entirely. Acting is good at the start but then Kevin Spacey’s character begins to feel at times like he’s over-reacting which feels fake. This is because, without giving away any major spoilers, the plot twists way too soon. The game starts out with a relate-able Kevin Spacey that players can almost understand the genius of before fearing his army Atlas’ horrifying destruction. We don’t get to hear that side of his character out long enough though to really seal the bond to this story mode, which in its own right is full of spectacular moments that make you feel fully alive and as if you’re an awesome hero in a real-world setting busting caps in fools for the greater good. Once Spacey’s character goes over the edge though, it doesn’t feel the same. He seems like a raving lunatic and it leaves you feeling much more disconnected from the game since it no longer feels like a real-world setting.

As far as gameplay goes, things are vastly improved over old campaigns. The aspect of ranking up in a story campaign are finally realized in Advanced Warfare. The game has changed, and changed enough to where it actually matters. Exo Suits come with abilities as Chris has described above and in the campaign they are given a piece at a time based on your performance as well as the mission at hand. Watching which parts of the suit are live by a diagram of your spine flashing before a mission helps add to the immersion a bit and is a nice touch for campaign mode as well. Musically and visually the game’s campaign flows with its gameplay properly. Sledgehammer Games might have had a hard time proving themselves to me, but this campaign was worth giving them a chance. It’s awesome.

Lots of vehicle driving, unexpected moments, Michael Bay level explosions and rapid moment-to-moment happenings, and did we mention 60 frames? Yeah, that’s a thing you might want to know about. It’s still 60 frames per second, thank god. Veteran mode is a bit too easy, making me feel like more of a challenge should have been offered off the bat. Graphically everything looks excellent on the Xbox ONE, especially when we consider this is a new game engine based on the foundation of old COD engines. Old COD engines of course, have been heavily modified versions of Quake and id engines from the golden days of shooter gaming.

Sledgehammer Games really went all out with improving the code though. This game’s animation and rendering system are solid and as next-gen as it gets. After seeing the launch of Call of Duty Ghosts and reviewing the game at a 6 it’s easy to see that Advanced Warfare is a much higher quality game in terms of Co-Op, Multiplayer, and Campaign modes.

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Exo Challenges in Campaign as I mentioned above add a great deal of engagement to the player in addition to the rich storytelling found in Advanced Warfare. For those that are reading this and know nothing of the plot, players are inducted into a private military corporation / army called Atlas and given a cybernetic second chance at the soldier’s life. The chance of a lifetime if you ask me…

Parting notes before I let Chris come in with his Final Verdict on Advanced Warfare; there’s a very good variety of enemy behavior in this game when compared to past COD’s. This is easily the best COD campaign we’ve seen in recent years. Shootouts while mid-freeway and incredibly action-packed moments help prove that this game stays true to its classic arcade style shooter roots and core. The cinematic quality of Advanced Warfare successfully keeps Activision up to date with other major AAA publishers putting out more emotional and film-like content such as Sony. The trend for a more emotionally rich game industry focusing on video games as an art medium doesn’t have to come at the cost of awesome action, fun gameplay, and replay value. Thanks Sledgehammer and Acti for showing us that.

Final Verdict:

Christopher Stahler:

I think this is only half of a revitalization of the series, it is fun and can stand on its own two feet, but the pre-existing issues are what continue to hold back the series. Whether this be the fake promise of dedicated servers, small maps, overpowered guns, or a rip off for a Season Pass, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare isn’t a bad game, but feels like it needs more value to it.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 7.5 / 10

RGN Rating: Bronze Game

Developers: Sledgehammer Games

Publisher(s): Activision

Available Now On: XO | PS4 | 360 | PS3 | PC

Played On: Microsoft Xbox ONE

Review copy info: Two physical copies of the game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Campaign Glitch

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Having just beaten the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare campaign on my PS4, I decided to go into mission select. As I am working on my review for the game’s strategy guide, my plan was to replay the missions and use it to mop up whatever remaining pieces of intel I missed. You know, for accuracy.

Much to my surprise, I discover that I can only select the first four missions to replay. It seems the game isn’t recognizing that I have beaten the full campaign, let alone any mission after the third one. I also didn’t unlock the trophy ‘A New Era’, for completing the campaign on any difficulty.

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The video below was recorded via my PS4 after the fact. For those who have beaten the game, you’ll recognize this is the final mission ‘Terminus’. I only show the beginning of the mission but you can clearly see after backing out, and trying to use mission select again, that only missions 1-4 are available.

 

Very odd and annoying. Anyone else experiencing a similar issue?

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Call of Duty Will Not Work With PS4 Shareplay Upon the Major PS4 2.0 Update

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Activision has announced that the SharePlay option will not be available for use with Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. The company released a statement saying

“Delivering a great gaming experience for fans is our top priority,” the company says in a statement via email. “We’re focused on launching Advanced Warfare and ensuring that people have a great time playing it, which our fans seem to be. Share Play is a new feature that was introduced as part of the recent PS4 firmware 2.00 update. Our engineers didn’t have access to it before it launched, so we haven’t had a chance to evaluate it to see how it will impact the experience across all modes of play. Of course we wouldn’t include a feature in our game without having the chance to test it. Once we’ve fully analyzed its performance, we’ll determine how to support it going forward.” To some gamers this comes as a bust but to the other understanding ones have agreed with the statement and are willing to be patient for Call of Duty AW to be available with SharePlay. Until then you will either have to buy the game or watch your friends do so because it does not look like you will be sharing it with your friends any time soon.”

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is Available now on Xbox ONE, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC/Steam.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Live Action Trailer [HD 1080P]

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Live Action 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): Activsion
Developer(s): Sledgehammer Games
Release Date (NA): November 4th, 2014

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Hyped games blinding gamers?

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There are so many great games that have released and are set to release this year on both PS4 and Xbox ONE but as new IPs emerge from underneath older IPs some of these games slip into the back of the gamer’s minds by the time they are set to release. Game franchise IPs such as COD are currently overshadowing a game that, in my opinion, looks fantastic and that is Sunset Overdrive. The current game set to release in the COD franchise “Advanced Warfare” has taken away a majority of the excitement that people should be getting for Sunset Overdrive, the Xbox ONE exclusive. Is Sunset Overdrive going to be an exceptional game? Only time will tell.

For now, check out our Reviewer’s thoughts here or our new Sunset Overdrive 1080P Gameplay Playlist. However, the lack of attention and marketing that it has received thus far is ridiculous. This game is set to release tomorrow October, 28th and maybe a handful of commercials have been aired. Has this game been overshadowed and overlooked?

We always hear about the COD’s, Assassin’s Creeds, NBA 2K’s, or Madden’s. But, what about the games that have quietly released and turned out to be fantastic? Games such as Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, and Rayman Legends came out with little hype and were well overshadowed by the likes of the next gen ports and familiar IPs. It’s a constant battle for new games to make a name for themselves or a place in a gamer’s collection when they are being shutout.

Another game that received a bunch of hype from the time of its announcement, and overshadowed a great game in the same month it was released, was Destiny. Much like most gamers, I was very excited to see what this game had to offer. Waiting for over a year, watching gameplay trailers, playing both the alpha and the beta, I loved all the hype.

The overhype helped Destiny reach an amazing sales feat only to have a mediocre reception from gamers. Although, it’s a new IP, Destiny was much more anticipated than another new IP, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. And although Destiny did sell exceptionally well, it eventually showed its true colors that it was a simple shooter with repetitive and bland missions. Shadow of Mordor, while drawing comparisons to Assassin’s Creed and Batman, was a new refreshing take on the action genre. While, its story too was a bit lacking it has become a very well-liked and talked about game.

Overall, it seems that familiar IPs are getting much more talk and hype than any of the new IPs. Why is that? Why aren’t developers pushing these new IPs? It’s a question that lingers in the mind of many hardcore gamers alike. It’s a question that will continue to wreak havoc on the gaming industry and unfortunately, lead to gamers missing out on those hidden gems.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Memories Pre-Order Trailer [HD 1080P]

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Memories Pre-Order 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
Release Date (NA): November 4th, 2014

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Zombies in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare? Yes, But No. Confirmed – Sort Of…

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Although gamers probably won’t get to play the actual Zombies survival multiplayer mode again until Black Ops 3 (currently rumored, and does not exist on official record), they will have to make due with what is being called the Exo Survival Bonus Wave in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (releasing for PS4, XO, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Windows PC on November 2, 2014).

Here’s an image of the enemies that appear in Advanced Warfare and have been sparking all of these Zombies rumors for the game:

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To be clear, it’s really not Zombies gameplay.

It’s a wave of zombies, that appear during a different game mode – that is not Zombies.

For those of you that are hating on me, you should thank me for saving you the $60 if you thought it was Zombies. COD: Advanced Warfare still shows promise as the development teams working on it have implemented many changes on the series formula – but an actual Zombies mode doesn’t exist, just a tease and hint of what may come in future COD games as well as a nostalgic tipping of the hat to Treyarch who is now the series’ ward.

This Zombies wave was discovered by dedicated Call of Duty fans who have obtained an early list of all achievements. For more information about the breaking of this story and how it became confirmed, check out GoodGameBro.com ‘s reveal published today.

COD: Advanced Warfare Trailers / Gameplay:

[Some Info Sourced: CODForum.com via GGB]

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on Xbox One and The Order: 1886 Lead USA Pre-Orders

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The Xbox One version of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare sits atop the United States pre-order chart according to vgchartz.com. With less than 8 weeks before release, the current-gen version of Sledgehammer Games’ first person shooter dominates with an estimated (Digital pre-orders not counted) total of 146,480 pre-orders.

Surprisingly Ready At Dawn’s brand new IP The Order: 1886, isn’t far behind with 140,284. The PS exclusive is scheduled for a Feb 20, 2015, and one should expect that number to rise as it eventually takes the number 1 spot.

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The Order: 1886’s Lycan enemies *Shudders*

Unsurprisingly the Xbox 360 version of Advanced Warfare sits at number 3, followed by the PS4 version Dying Light and Drive Club at numbers 4 and 5 respectively. The Elder Scrolls Online for X1 — which still has no new release date, hangs out at #6 with the PS4 versions of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Batman: Arkham Knight, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Assassin’s Creed: Unity respectively closing out the top 10.

You can view the full top 40 below, which is surprisingly devoid of Grand Theft Auto V pre-orders for PS4, X1 and PC.

USA Pre-Order Chart

Week Ending 20th Sep 2014

Pos Game Weeks to Launch Weekly Change Total
1
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Wiki Guide, XOne
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (XOne)
Activision, Shooter
7 6,650 146,480
2
The Order 1866 Wiki Guide, PS4
The Order 1866 (PS4)
Sony Computer Entertainment, Shooter
N/A 534 140,284
3
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Wiki Guide, X360
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (X360)
Activision, Shooter
7 3,886 108,524
4
Dying Light Wiki Guide, PS4
Dying Light (PS4)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
19 367 97,552
5
Driveclub Wiki Guide, PS4
Driveclub (PS4)
Sony Computer Entertainment, Racing
3 795 94,534
6
The Elder Scrolls Online Wiki Guide, XOne
The Elder Scrolls Online (XOne)
Bethesda Softworks, Action
N/A 284 89,466
7
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Wiki Guide, PS4
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS4)
Activision, Shooter
7 4,492 87,698
8
Batman: Arkham Knight Wiki Guide, PS4
Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
N/A 3,444 84,364
9
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Wiki Guide, PS4
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PS4)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Role-Playing
N/A 914 84,007
10
Assassin's Creed: Unity Wiki Guide, PS4
Assassin’s Creed: Unity (PS4)
Ubisoft, Action
8 2,129 81,859
11
Dragon Age: Inquisition Wiki Guide, PS4
Dragon Age: Inquisition (PS4)
Electronic Arts, Role-Playing
3 1,436 80,585
12
The Elder Scrolls Online Wiki Guide, PS4
The Elder Scrolls Online (PS4)
Bethesda Softworks, Action
N/A 337 75,974
13
The Crew Wiki Guide, PS4
The Crew (PS4)
Ubisoft, Racing
8 706 69,420
14
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Wiki Guide, 3DS
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (3DS)
Atlus, Role-Playing
10 1,452 68,091
15
Halo: The Master Chief Collection Wiki Guide, XOne
Halo: The Master Chief Collection (XOne)
Microsoft Game Studios, Action
8 816 67,255
16
Dragon Age: Inquisition Wiki Guide, XOne
Dragon Age: Inquisition (XOne)
Electronic Arts, Role-Playing
3 871 66,601
17
Pokemon Omega Ruby Wiki Guide, 3DS
Pokemon Omega Ruby (3DS)
Nintendo, Role-Playing
9 5,763 64,524
18
Halo 5: Guardians Wiki Guide, XOne
Halo 5: Guardians (XOne)
Microsoft Game Studios, Shooter
N/A 284 63,558
19
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Wiki Guide, 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (3DS)
Nintendo, Fighting
2 6,796 58,980
20
Hyrule Warriors Wiki Guide, WiiU
Hyrule Warriors (WiiU)
Nintendo, Action
1 14,211 58,470
21
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX Wiki Guide, PS3
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX (PS3)
Square Enix, Role-Playing
11 1,899 58,285
22
Assassin's Creed: Unity Wiki Guide, XOne
Assassin’s Creed: Unity (XOne)
Ubisoft, Action
8 1,780 53,489
23
Dying Light Wiki Guide, XOne
Dying Light (XOne)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
19 252 53,302
24
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Wiki Guide, PS4
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
2 2,314 52,755
25
FIFA 15 Wiki Guide, PS4
FIFA 15 (PS4)
Electronic Arts, Sports
1 10,797 50,990
26
Kingdom Hearts III Wiki Guide, PS4
Kingdom Hearts III (PS4)
Disney Interactive Studios, Role-Playing
N/A 206 49,060
27
Bayonetta 2 Wiki Guide, WiiU
Bayonetta 2 (WiiU)
PlatinumGames, Action
5 1,453 47,382
28
Batman: Arkham Knight Wiki Guide, XOne
Batman: Arkham Knight (XOne)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Action
N/A 1,461 47,125
29
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Wiki Guide, PS3
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS3)
Activision, Shooter
7 2,305 46,629
30
The Evil Within Wiki Guide, PS4
The Evil Within (PS4)
Bethesda Softworks, Action
5 1,272 46,425
31
Far Cry 4 Wiki Guide, PS4
Far Cry 4 (PS4)
Ubisoft, Shooter
9 1,174 46,111
32
Tom Clancy's The Division Wiki Guide, PS4
Tom Clancy’s The Division (PS4)
Ubisoft, Role-Playing
N/A 397 45,581
33
The Crew Wiki Guide, XOne
The Crew (XOne)
Ubisoft, Racing
8 521 45,480
34
Dragon Age III: Inquisition Wiki Guide, PC
Dragon Age III: Inquisition (PC)
Electronic Arts, Role-Playing
3 980 42,282
35
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches on November 4, 2014 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC.

 

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Official Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare – Multiplayer Deep Dive [HD 1080P]

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Bungie + Destiny Accept #IceBucketChallenge and Challenge Call of Duty, George Lucas, and Joel from The Last of Us

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All sales made on the bungie store until September 9, 2014 will see 20% going to charity for ALS research. I did my own Ice Bucket Challenge (here) to raise awareness and money for the research as well after being challenged by Master Frylock AKA TecRev01. Now, Bungie has accepted the IceBucketChallenge and performed it in-game via Destiny. They will now expect the same result from Jonathan Irons, the villain played by Kevin Spacey in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Joel from The Last of Us, and George Lucas assumedly in some sort of theatrical manner. In case you didn’t know, here’s more info below:

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Transformers Developer Working on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for PS3 and 360

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A few months ago we learned that Sledgehammer Games would be the ones to develop this year’s Call of Duty title for the PS4, PC and Xbox One platforms. It was also revealed that the game would not skip the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 consoles but just who was handling them, was a mystery.

Now Sledgehammer Games’ co-founders Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey confirmed in an interview with Gameinformer, that the talented High Moon Studios are the ones overseeing the curren-gen versions’ development.

“Current gen is also going to be great – the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms are being developed by the talented team at High Moon Studios,” they explained. “They are committed to bringing an incredible X360 and PS3 Call of Duty game to fans. We’ve been working closely with those guys to ensure players get an awesome Call of Duty experience on all platforms.”

The team at High Moon are no strangers to working on shooters, their past titles include the well received Transformers: War for Cybertron and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. It will be interesting to see how they handle a shooter of different style and pace.

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Multiplayer match from Fall of Cybertron

 They won’t be alone though, as they will be getting help from another studio familiar with Call of Duty development.

“The Sledgehammer Games team was able to leverage talent across the company after last year’s game shipped, including the team at Raven Software to help deliver against our three year vision for Advanced Warfare”

One wonders if we will see a repeat with what EA and MS did with the 360 version of Titanfall, where they kept gameplay footage under wraps right up until its release and only focused Next-gen footage. My money is on publisher Activision pulling the same thing.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches on PS3, PS4, PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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REPLAY THEATER: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Multiplayer Reveal [HD 1080P]

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In case you missed it the first time around, here is the Official Multiplayer Reveal for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in 1080P High Definition below.

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Call Of Duty : Advance Warfare Gets Two Collector’s Edition, A Limited Edition Xbox One And More At Gamescom

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This week at Gamescom Sledgehammer Games and Activision released the Multiplayer trailer for the Call Of Duty Advance Warfare. The developer  then announced that their would be two collector’s editions for the game as well as a “Day Zero Edition” and Digital Pro Edition to be released alongside the standard edition of the game on November 4th.

 

Call Of Duty Advance Warfare Atlas Pro

In the Atlas Pro Edition of COD:AW gamers will get the Season Pass of the Game, two exclusive weapons, steel book case, a multiplayer map entitled “Gorge”, the Advance Arsenal pack, an Atlas Calling Card as well as Training and more for $119.99.

Call Of Duty Advance Warfare Atlas

In the Atlas Limited Edition games will get everything  from the Atlas Pro edition for Call of Duty Advance Warfare for $79,99.

Call Of Duty Advance Warfare Day Zero

The Day Zero Edition of Call Of Duty Advance Warfare is available to those who pre-order the game before November 3rd will receive the game one day early of its initial release  as well as custom weapons and gear only available for Day Zero players.

Call Of Duty Advance Warfare Digital Pro

The Call Of Duty Advance Warfare Digital Pro Edition includes the Day Zero or Standard  edition of the game, the Season Pass and the Atlas Weapons Pack for $99.99. The final announcement regarding Call of Duty from Gamescome is that Activision and  Sledgehammer Games have teamed up with Microsoft to create a Call of Duty Advance Warfare Xbox One  console, and control sporting a one terabyte harddrive, a headset, and digital copy of the game as well as the season pass.

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Call of Duty: Advance Warfare is shaping up to be a defining moment in the COD Franchise history just as much as Call of Duty Modern Warfare was  and most definitely one of the biggest games of this fall. Check out COD AW Collector’s Edition Trailer and be sure to keep it locked to RGN for all of your Gamescom 2014 news.

 

 

 

 

 

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