Remember Just yesterday when I posted leaked photos for the possible New 007 game? well turns out I shouldve just waited!
Goldeneye 007: Reloaded is going to be a re imagining or a re imagining. Goldeneye from the N64 was recreated and released on the Wii. With Activision clearly not pleased with the general reception of the game, they did what should have happened in the first place – release the damned game on all consoles!
Itll never live up to the hype of the N64 version, but if you’ve been following this game, it’s not trying to. This is inspired, not upgraded, so keep that in mind!
So Comic-Con is right around the corner, and news of a new James Bond game from Activision has been floating around for a little while now. Exactly what that game will be is technically still up in the air, but with the leak of all these juicy photos of what appears to be an HD remake of GoldenEye for the Wii… we can be pretty sure that those fat cats at Activision are really planning on announcing GoldenEye Reloaded.
It seems the FPS supernerds of the world will forever be caught in the tired, old game of King of the Castle. Pretty inevitable, pretty obvious. Especially when it comes to Call of Duty VS Battlefield.
ZZzzZzz. . .
Activision (MW3) has filed a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum and wants transfer of ownership of a domain name. It seems that a very popular unofficial/parody Modern Warfare 3 website is redirecting itself to the official Battlefield 3 site (UPDATE: it is currently “under siege” and not redirecting anymore).
Activision is assuming that this is in retaliation to issuing the unofficial site a take-down notice. They previously sent the notice because they claimed the site infringed on copyright laws, seemed to be making commercial use of the domain name (with ads) and also because they probably just didn’t want shit to be leaked or talked about (made fun of) by these lifeless megadweebs, months before the games release in November of this year.
Boring. . . Funny “retaliation”, although I’m sure Activision wouldn’t give a shit about the redirecting if the domain name wasn’t modernwarfare3.com and clearly popular because of it, but who isn’t tired of talking and hearing about these two games in the same sentence. . .
Read the original story on Gamespot, here. Or don’t.
I’m not looking to start a fanboy flame war, but I’m pretty pumped for this game – despite the fact it uses the same engine as previous Call of Duty titles.
Been a long time since I’ve played as Soap McTavish. Here’s the trailer in all its glory:
Finish the fight in Modern Warfare 3