gaming

“Call of Duty” has come a long way since its initial release in 2003. From World War II to space combat — and back to World War II — in only 14 years, COD abandoned its roots along the way ...

Millions of gamers partake in online shooter matches every day — some play as though their lives depend on it while others are purely having fun. In the past few decades, the best players in the world convened to create ...

With several highly anticipated Triple-A releases like “Mass Effect: Andromeda” or “For Honor,” it’s easy to overlook smaller indie games; they struggle to gain visibility and traction without big developer names, pristine graphics or unlimited budgets, typical of the games ...

I could always count on Spyro to be just one click of a button away in my room, waiting for me to guide him through the next challenge. I was so connected to the game that I started dreaming that ...

YouTube stars have recently become a staple of the entertainment industry, as millions of subscribers turn to easy, quick entertainment from the wide range of personalities on the internet. Gamers, in particular, have started to use YouTube as a platform ...

I just played a game about a child dying of cancer. Through a series of point and clicks, I became his parents and grew to know who he was and, through a cut scene, I found out that he was ...

When people think of online Call of Duty today, they think of customizable killstreaks, jetpacks and every type of explosive they can imagine. The franchise has expanded in every direction possible, implementing more weapons and movements every year, from the ...

The most recent installment in the Call of Duty videogame franchise, Advanced Warfare, raised questions as to whether the development team was finally going to diverge from the recycled aspects in the game. The same old killstreak rewards and movement ...