GZ News Update 10/31/13: Megan Fox does Call of Duty and don't think about changing your PSN ID
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Ugh! You can have your MP3s and DLNAs, but this is the one thing I was seriously sad to hear. I have a terrible PSN ID, one that dates back to my high school days when I still covered half of my face with black hair and listened to bands that whine just a little too much about their break ups. As much as I hoped that Sony would finally allow a one time change, or hell, make me pay 10 bucks like Microsoft does, it looks like I'm stuck with it.
Remember when Xbox LIVE product manager Pav Bhardwaj promised "some great games coming up" in the next few months of Microsoft's Games with Gold? Well, October saw the release of Halo 3 and Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes. November, on the other hand, not so much.
Activision has finally embraced women in its game. Sure, it took long enough, but in Call of Duty: Ghosts, you'll finally be able to create a female soldier. And to help spread the message, the publisher has brought on Megan Fox (Transformers, Jennifer's Body) to star in the game's upcoming TV spot, "Epic Night Out."