Activision has announced that Call of Duty, the franchise that was conceived in 2003, has achieved over $10 billion in sales revenue for the company. This information arrives on the heels of the publisher also detailing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare as being the highest selling entertainment title for the year, compared to anything, whether it’s Tv shows, books, cds, or games. Continue reading Call of Duty, The Franchise, has broken the $10 Billion Dollar Mark
This week, the team was asked by a listener “Many journalists and gamers are calling this year the year of disappointments. Do you agree?” Just as a little spoiler, we don’t think so, and we feel we made a good argument for it too. What do you think? Is it?
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like Bloodborne’s delay, Xbox One sales rising, October’s NPD Report, Goat MMO Simulator, and why you can’t change your PSN name. Continue reading Is This A Year of Disappointments for Video Games?
EA CFO Blake Jorgensen revealed to GameSpot that Battlefield 5 will return to its military roots. Continue reading Battlefield 5 Will Return to a Military Setting
Ever since Dragon Age: Inquisition hit the shelves yesterday, have you been asking yourself that question? Has it plagued you at night and kept you from getting a wink of sleep? If so, you should likely see a doctor. However, until the appointment, there’s a new video to help you decide! Continue reading What Class Should You Play In Dragon Age: Inquisition?
With the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition, players everywhere are finally getting a chance to dig into BioWare’s hotly anticipated RPG. To celebrate the occasion, BioWare released a new gameplay filled trailer that features a striking new take on a classic song.
A former French Minister says Assassin’s Creed Unity is “propaganda against the people.” Continue reading Former French Minister Does Not Like Unity