The annual entry to Activision's Call of Duty franchise this year will be a Black Ops II.
I played just about every one of the Call of Duty games going back to the start of the franchise. Out of all them, one of my very favorites is CoD: Black Ops.
Several weeks after Xbox 360 owners first got their hands on new Modern Warfare 3 maps, the content is finally heading to PS3.
What would you do if, during the middle of a game of Call of Duty: Black Ops you found yourself in the middle of a real-life police presence outside your house?
1.5 million gamers are so addicted to the Call of Duty franchise that they have become openly willing to pay for the new premium version of what once was free.
Activision's new premium Call of Duty service is not sitting well with some PS3 gamers.
With the long-awaited Red Tails finally hitting theaters and George Lucas announcing (threatening?) his retirement, it's obviously a big turning point in the history of Star Wars.
As we’ve often reported on TG, gaming isn’t exactly a stable business to be in, even when times are relatively good.
Developer Infinity Ward has been hard at work at fixing a few annoyances that have plagued the newest entry in the mega popular Call of Duty series.
With so many ups and downs in gaming, you'd think the industry would be cautious about celebrating.
Still, there's definitely reason to celebrate the recent success of CoD: Modern Warfare 3.
As we've often discussed on TG Daily, gaming can be quite a confounding market to track.
You'd think the Red Cross would have enough to be worrying about - Afghanistan, famine in east Africa, that sort of thing.
The world of video games can best be described as somewhat manic depressive. One day it's going like gangbusters, and the next it's fallen off a jagged precipice into a downward spiral.
How many times does a game gross more than three-quarters of a billion dollars in less than a week?
The coach of the Louisville Cardinals is blaming the latest Call of Duty game for his team's most recent loss.
It's a hat trick for Call of Duty. For the third time in a row, the latest entry in the series has smashed launch day sales records.
The latest entry in Activision's cash-printing franchise known as Call of Duty has hit stores, and it's already the only thing that a lot of gamers are talking about.
In what makes a nice change from all the reports claiming that videogames make people violent, a new study looks at what makes games fun.
While no one can ever get used to hearing about mass murder massacres, using video games as the secret underlying culprit is getting boring.
id Software co-founder John Carmack believes certain FPS developers and critics have become rather "snooty" over the concept of creativity in the genre.