has quotes from Activision Blizzard's earning conference call
acknowledging disappointment in the performance of Call of Duty: Infinite
). "Infinite Warfare had a ton of great gameplay innovations,"
explains Activision Blizzard COO Eric Hirshberg. "But it also had a setting that
didnít appeal to all of our fans." As a result, he says, the game will return to
its "roots," though that may just mean coming back from the future, as the
original CoD was set during World War II. Here's what Hirshberg says about this
year's installment in the military shooter series:
In 2017, Activision
will take Call of Duty back to its roots, and traditional combat will once again
take center stage. This is what our dedicated community of Call of Duty players
and Sledgehammer Games, developing this yearís title, are the most excited
Western 1849 Reloaded
is now available
, offering an
arcade shooting gallery game with a wild west theme for Windows and OS X. Word
is: "Back in 1849, when the West was Wild and gunslingers faced off on the
street, gold was discovered in the sleepy town of Sunset Bluff. Like a coyote
drawn to the scent of blood, the Quicksilver Bandits rode into town to seize the
mines and establish the law of the gun. The helpless citizens have suffered, and
now they're looking to you, their savior. Draw your weapons! It is time to clear
Sunset Bluff of the bloodthirsty vermin!"
Free Charles Oakley: Someone Save Knicks Fans, Too
. There's no saving us,
since you can't fire the owner. The only difference between Charles Oakley and
every other Knicks fan is the cash to buy that seat, but any one of us would
have jumped at the opportunity to sit there explain to James Dolan that he is
the biggest idiot owner in the NBA. Sadly, nothing will change, since they sell
tons of tickets no matter how badly they stink up the world's most famous arena.
It's a really sad state of affairs.