Anyone with a PS3 version of the latest Call of Duty games has come face-to-face with a harsh truth: people cheat. But unfortunately, unlike the Xbox 360 and PC versions of the same games, the developer's safeguards to keep the online servers free from these cheaters isn't exactly working.
It's only been out a few weeks but is already one of the best-selling video games of all time. The latest Call of Duty release has now apparently climbed into the eight-figure territory when it comes to sales revenue.
If you want to display the infamous symbol of Nazi Germany, you'd better not do it on your Xbox 360. Otherwise, you'll face getting banned.
A set of sweeping game updates has already come to the PS3 and PC versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops, and more are on the way, as the Xbox 360 edition of the game, which was the lead platform during development, seems to go by unscathed.
Cuba is taking a lot of offense over the latest Call of Duty game because it "stimulates sociopathic attitudes" in young players. At least, that's what the state-run media called it once it realized the game asks players to kill Fidel Castro.
The latest Call of Duty game, which came out just two days ago, has already raked in $360 million in revenue. That's more than any first-day movie opening, video game launch, or any other entertainment release in history.
In the overnight hours of one of the biggest video game launches of all time, Call of Duty: Black Ops became one of the most widely played online games as well.
At least two men were involved in a robbery at a Maryland GameStop location over the weekend, in which more than 100 copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops, the most anticipated game of the entire year.