'Black Ops II' Revolution DLC Brings Us One Step Closer To Getting A Standalone 'Call Of Duty' Zombie Game

Seriously, Treyarch, let’s drop this charade. You know it, and I know it — you need to develop a standalone zombie game. Activision recently unveiled some details on the next expansion for Call of Duty: Black Ops II, dubbed Revolution. Unlike the DLC for the previous games in the series, Revolution brings with it a brand zombie spanking new game mode called Turned. In it, players will finally be given the opportunity to play as the undead, who must hunt the lone human. The zombie that takes the poor sap down becomes human and has to defend against the coming hordes. Looks like good fun.

The DLC also adds a bunch of maps, including one called Die Rise, which takes place inside a damaged skyscraper. It’ll have a focus on verticality, so watch your footing when you’re high up. Check out a video preview of the upcoming DLC, after the jump.

Get Your Ass On Halo: Reach Tonight

Today is the day you people have been waiting for. Or maybe I’m just living vicariously through this video game blog, but the Halo: Reach Defiant Map Pack is out now, and that means you should be online playing it! As should I, but being some kind of an adult, I must wait until later tonight.

100 Get Your Ass On Halo: Reach Tonight

You can download it right now for 800 Microsoft Laid Off Danger Employees. Past the break for map info. READ MORE

Behind The Scenes Of The Halo: Reach Defiant Map Pack

The Halo games have probably taken up more of my time than any other franchise. So naturally I’m constantly giddy and excited waiting for the next map pack to release. Next up in the Defiant Map Pack. This pack will include 3 new Multiplayer maps, Condemned, Highlands, and Unearthed; as well as a new Firefight Map. Below is an almost 11 minute video talking to the devs from 343 Industries and Certain Affinity who are die hard Halo fans working together to create the maps.

The Defiant Map Pack will be released March 15th for 800 Microsoft End Of The World Bucks, and there will be new achievements worth 150 total gamerscore. READ MORE

Halo: Reach Defiant Map Pack

If there is anything Bungie is good at, it’s making Halo games and releasing tons and tons of extra multiplayer maps to ensure that I don’t fucking sleep at night. Well TJ, time to buckle down and prepare for March, because that’s when Bungie will be releasing the Defiant Map Pack.

You’ll be able to pick up the Defiant Pack for 800 Microsoft Homeless Children sometime in March. The pack will also add another 150 gamerscore points/achievements. The new Defiant Maps will not only work for the online multiplayer, but Firefight mode as well. Screens and map info past the break.


Halo: Reach Quick Look At The Multiplayer Maps 'Anchor 9' And 'Breakpoint'

A few days ago you got a look at the upcoming Halo Reach Noble Map Pack map “Tempest”. Below you’ll find the video for “Anchor 9″ and past the break you’ll find the video for “Breakpoint”. The Noble Map Pack containing all 3 maps releases this Tuesday for 800 Microsoft Space Medallions.


Halo: Reach Quick Look At The Multiplayer Map 'Tempest'

Only 5 days are left until the launch of the 1st Halo: Reach Map Pack “Noble”. The pack will include 3 maps: Anchor 9, Breakpoint, and Tempest. The map pack will also cost 800 Microsoft Crash Dummies. If you watch the video below you can witness a nice playthrough of the map “Tempest” by the people who created its majesty.

Past the break for pics and a full description of all 3 maps. READ MORE

New Halo Reach 'Noble Map Pack' Is On Its Way

Halo: Reach made over 200 MILLION dollars in the 1st 24 hours of its release. That is fucking insane. You know what else is? Coming November 30th is the 1st (of many) map pack for Halo Reach, known as the Noble Map Pack. It’s going to cost 800 Microsoft Wooden Nickels.

92 New Halo Reach Noble Map Pack Is On Its Way

The even sadder part is that it will only include 3 maps. Seems a little steep right? Normally I would say “Yes sir, and you can quietly go fuck yourself, I would never pay so much for such a thing.” However, Halo is one of the few games that takes up hundreds and hundreds of hours of my life, and for that, I will give them all my money. Screens and level descriptions past the break. READ MORE