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Modern Warfare 2 iPhone App!

January 11, 2010 Leave a comment

The Modern Warfare 2 iPhone has just hit the iTunes store, it features birds-eye view images of maps, great for scoping out the best vantage points and spots, a checklist for keeping track of your unlocks and challanges, weapon information and much more!

The next update is going to include scrollable, zoomable, multiplayer maps as well.

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Cod Classic, Prestige&Hardened edition

July 19, 2009 14 comments

cod1Cod Classic is the first game that was realesed for Call Of Duty. Now is given to us by the Prestige and Hardened edition of Modern Warfare 2.

When Call of Duty released for PC, people heralded it as an amazing game and still is. There is still an online community for it, after years.

In terms of aggregate scores, CoD got 91% when it come out in September 2004, compared to CoD4:MW’s 94%, in Novemember 2007. With 3 years, it still only managed 3% better.

The gameplay in Call of Duty was original, and hadn’t been done before. It was practically the first game, where you weren’t taking on the whole German army, solely on your own, and had one of the best FPS Story Modes for it’s time.

People need to realise, this game isn’t coming out to be better than MW2, or to provide a clash of interests. It’s to celebrate something amazing Infinty Ward created.

Sure, it’s not going to have perks, and attachments. It’s going to have that awesome, classic gameplay, where we didn’t need all this extra stuff to win. It was all down to skill.

Prestige edition leaked details MW2

July 17, 2009 2 comments

Orders of Modern Warfare Prestige Edition has started and it has also heated up the amazon retail.

The Prestige Xbox 360 SKU on this Thursday has held a sales increase of 750 and has ranked as the second best selling on Amazon Video Games division. Not only this, the PS3 version of the game has held a 264 percent of sales increase and has been ranked twelfth this week.

The Prestige Edition contains fully-functional Night Vision Goggles.  This goggles allows a sight in absolute darkness up to fifty feet either in black and white or else night vision green.

Also prestige edition contains, CoD Classic full downloadable game, Hardbound art book “Behind the Lines”, and also a special-edition Steelbook case which contains a custom artwork by the Infinity Ward.

Modern Warfare 2 prestige edition costs $149

Pre-order on amazon

MW2 Prestige edition PS3

MW2 Prestige edition Xbox360

MW2 Hardened edition PS3

MW2 Hardened edition Xbox360

MW2 Standard edition PS3

MW2 Standard edition Xbox360

MW2 Hardened edition PC

MW2 Standard edition PC

No prestige edition for PC

Modern Warfare 2 latest news!

June 6, 2009 2 comments

okAs promised, Activision has released a two-minute gameplay trailer for Modern Warfare 2, which is due out on 10th November.

Earlier in the month Game Informer reported details on the game’s story and new co-op Special Forces mode, but this is our first chance to put those details in proper context.

The trailer, which appeared on US TV over the Memorial Day weekend, jumps back and forth between various scenarios, including an airport shootout, street battles, sunny Rio and an assault on a snowy mountaintop fortress.

There’s also some underwater action, snowmobiles, a one-armed man and lots of flash cuts to other things that fans will no doubt mine for further hints about what’s in store. Antagonist Makarov broods over the top about how “revenge is like a ghost”, among other things.

Activision also released three screenshots showing a couple of scenes from the single-player campaign and – to judge by its placement in the recent Game Informer piece – our first glimpse of the Special Forces mode.

The latter mode is a selection of co-operative missions divorced from the usual difficulty curve, and the shot in question is the purply locker room effort. Infinity Ward has yet to say whether Special Forces will be playable online.

The developer is also keeping quiet about multiplayer in general, but it was such a huge part of the first Modern Warfare’s success – not to mention Call of Duty: World at War’s – that we’d expect to hear more sooner rather than later.