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Kombo\'s Weekly Round-Up

Kombo\'s Weekly Round-Up

    Another Monday-Friday has rolled by, so you all know what time it is: Weekly Round-Up time! You can get all of your gaming goodness from the week below. We've added a new addition to the line-up, so keep your eyes peeled out for the new, individual Reviews and Features sections that have been added to the standard Monday-Friday lineup of news. That way kids, you can find our exclusive content easier than ever! That stuff's at the bottom of the page. Let us know if you think rearranging needs to be done or if you like the new Weekly Round-Up format!   As for the Round-Up? Well, it's chock-full. This was a busy week. Media and gamers were flooded with news, trailers, and announcements via gamescom in Cologne, Germany.    Get all the week's news after the break! (Hint: Mass Effect 2 is coming to the PS3!)     Read More

kombo Aug 21, 2010 | Comments
Next Call of Duty Revealed on GameTrailers TV This Week

Next Call of Duty Revealed on GameTrailers TV This Week

With all of the drama surrounding Activision and series creators Infinity Ward, it's easy to forget that, like clockwork, there will be a new Call of Duty released this year. This week's GameTrailers TV will have the full scoop, including the first teaser trailer for the shooter. You check out the ad for the episode right here, along with the promise from host Geoff Keighley that the announcement will have the internet buzzing all weekend. Call of Duty 7, expected to take place in Vietnam, will be developed by Treyarch, who handles the Call of Duty games in the even-numbered years. While the developer has faced criticism for what are considered to be the weakest entries in the series, like Finest Hour, Big Red One, and Call of Duty 3, many forget that Call of Duty: World at War was actually quite good, and provided a fitting sendoff (hopefully) for the series' traditional setting of World War II. However, while Treyarch's involvement is no longer necessarily a statement of the game's quality, there's quite a few other reasons why this year's Call of Duty will have a lot of trouble attracting an audience, and not just because "Modern Warfare" won't be written on the box. More after the break. Read More

kombo Apr 29, 2010 | Comments