The film follows a teenage werewolf, elder vampire, crazy scientist, and a zombie living together in a house add a seemingly normal female roommate only to find out she’s even more of a monster than they are.
It’s getting to the point in time I think where I need to pick up Call Of Duty: Black Ops II. Not so much for anything besides zombies mode. Though I do enjoy the multiplayer. In the new zombies map Mob Of The Dead, you will find yourselves playing Hollywood mobster superstars Billy Handsome (Ray Liotta), Al “The Weasel” Arlington (Joe Pantoliano), Salvatore “Sal” DeLuca (Chaz Palmentiri), and Michael “Finn” O’Leary (Michael Madsen). Check out the awesome new trailer past the break specifically for the new map. The new Uprising Map Pack which includes Mob Of The Dead and 4 new regular maps released April 16th.
Most of us around here don’t care so much for the Black Ops games themselves. But if you’re talking zombies mode, I’m in. I think Treyarch would benefit from at least making the zombies mode available as a cheaper standalone game. Maybe something we could get on Xbox Live or the Playstation Network. Coming April 16th exclusively to the Xbox 360 (Until later released elsewhere) is the Uprising Map Pack. You get four new regular multiplayer maps and one new zombie map called Mob Of The Dead. Head past the break for more map info and a video.
Tomorrow sees the release of what will probably end up being one of the year’s top selling games: Call Of Duty Black Ops II. While it had already been released that Avenged Sevenfold had written a song entitled “Carry On” for the game, what hadn’t been released was that the band was going to be in the game itself! Now, while it isn’t the actual band per say, it is computer animated versions of them rocking out to a crowd along with two characters from the game: Raul Menendez and Sergeant Frank Woods. This segment comes after the credits upon completing the game. You can watch the footage of this sequence below. READ MORE
Nuketown was definitely the favorite map in the original Black Ops. Whenever it popped up in voting, I never saw it get voted down, or for new map choices. If you check out the video past the break you can see the pre-order exclusive map Nuketown 2025 trailer for Black Ops II. It looks AMAZING. The map looks more like a neighborhood street rather than just 2 houses. And it still has that awesome classic look to it. Check it out, and don’t forget if you want the map you have to pre-order the game before its November 13th release.
We saw the teaser. We’ve been patiently waiting for the Zombies Mode trailer. Past the break you can check it out, and it does not disappoint. What I’m really hoping for eventually is another star studded cast to fight the hordes. I’m also waiting for Treyarch to DO A STANDALONE ZOMBIE GAME. I know they’ve got it in them. But I suppose as long as they are chained to the Call Of Duty franchise they may never have the time to fit that in. Check out the awesome trailer past the break, pre-order the game to get the Nuketown Zombies map.
Some would say Call Of Duty’s multiplayer has gotten stale. I would never say such a thing, because of the shear amount of people who play the damn game. Though if I were to make such a comment I would say Modern Warfare 3 just didn’t do it for me. Judging by what we have seen so far, and now what many of the top video game sites tell me in the video below I can’t wait to jump into Black Ops II. Obviously being set in the future for once a large amount of doors are open to awesome new vehicles, weapons, locations and more. Check out the Accolades Trailer below, and don’t forget the game is going up again Halo 4 releasing just one week after it on November 13th.
I’ve never been a big Call Of Duty fan. In fact up until Black Ops I’ve been pretty meh about the whole series. I didn’t care much for what I played of Modern Warfare 3. However, Black Ops II has got me by the balls and I’m excited about it. Co-writer of The Dark Knight Rises David S. Goyer helped pen the game, and even better Trent Reznor did the score for it. That is some high quality shit. Check out the Villain Trailer past the break and get excited for November.
There’s no doubt in my mind that most everyone’s favorite multiplayer map in Call Of Duty: Black Ops is Nuketown. Well the tiny neighborhood map is getting re-released for Black Ops II. However it’s going to probably have a futuristic twist on it, as it will be called Nuketown 2025. How do you get the map? Well, you’ve got to pre-order the game at any one of the retailers offering pre orders. I would assume the map will be released later on in a pack or on it’s own for the rest of the world though. November 13th Call Of Duty: Black Ops II released on the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.
With a series like Call Of Duty, you really have to step things up from game to game to keep things fresh. With a game being released every year the series can get stale fast. So Treyarch is bring you the the future in Blops II and I couldn’t be more excited. It actually looks like they are doing quite a bit of re-hauling to set the game apart from past Call Of Duty games. A big part of that at least for me is zombies mode is definitely making a big comeback. Head past the break to see a behind the scenes video to show you what it’s all about.
It seems to be a trend where each new Call Of Duty game that is released does better than its predecessor. Well Black Ops II brought in 10 times as many pre-orders on Amazon in the 1st day than the original Black Ops. It’s also brought in 30 percent more than Modern Warfare 3. Though Modern Warfare 3 holds the record for most pre-ordered game of all time, it’s looking like Black Ops II is going to catch up to that quickly and shatter it. Head past the break for all the pre-order details from the top retailers.
Look, I’ll be honest. Zombies mode was confirmed for Black Ops II. That’s all I really care about. Yeah the multiplayer is fun and I’ll probably enjoy the campaign, but it’s all about the zombies for me. 1st set of 6 screenshots you can check out past the break. The screens look good, but I’d still like to see some gameplay. A game like this doesn’t need to look great, but it SHOULD. Especially coming from a franchise that rapes the industry every time a new game is released. There is no excuse why these games don’t look infuckingcredible.
Well I have to say though we knew Black Ops II was being announced today officially, I didn’t think they were going to travel to the future with it. Though 2025 isn’t that far into the future, it’s still quite a change from most Call Of Duty games. I’m not the biggest fan of the franchise by any means, but Treyarch’s zombies mode will always make me more excited for their games than Infinity Wards. So here’s to hoping Black Ops II’s zombie mode kicks ass. Official reveal trailer past the break, and the game will be out November 13th on the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.