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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Boosts Franchise to New Heights on the Next Generation

2 May 2014 | 10:14 pm The power of the next generation of advanced soldier. The power of a gripping performance from Kevin Spacey. The power of all-new, exoskeleton gameplay mechanics. Power changes everything.

New era of Call of Duty to feature Kevin Spacey

2 May 2014 | 9:24 pm Kevin Spacey has spent the last few years playing Frank Underwood in the Golden Globe winning political drama House of Cards . read more

WATCH: Kevin Spacey in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer

2 May 2014 | 7:09 pm Actor Kevin Spacey lends his voice to a video game character that bears an remarkable resemblance to Kevin Spacey.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare DLC coming FIRST to Xbox …

2 May 2014 | 7:04 pm Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, developed by Sledgehammer Games (co-developers of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3), harnesses the first three-year, all next-gen development cycle in franchise history, and again brings all …

Reveal Trailer for 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare' Video Game …

2 May 2014 | 4:11 pm The latest video game in the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, has been revealed by publisher Activision and developer Sledgehammer Games. The video game looks at battlegrounds and warfare of the …

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Trailer Hints and Secrets | Digital …

2 May 2014 | 12:32 pm A closer look at the debut trailer for Sledgehammer Games' Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reveals a few features of the game that you might have missed.


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  • Matthew says:

    Will The Technology In Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Be More Advanced Than In Call Of Duty Black Ops 2? I saw the trailer and it got me thinking. I mean advanced warfare has aircraft with cloaking technology, full sized tanks on legs that fire lasers instead of smooth bore rounds, power suits that enhance you’re physical strength and even sonar grenades that highlight every enemy in the vicinity. Not to mention guns that look like they don’t exist yet.

  • How Much Would My Gaming Gear Be Worth? As the title says I’m wondering how much my gaming gear would be worth Im wanting to see if i have enough to sell and get an xbox one and like 2 or 3 games with maybe a little money to spare.

    I have an Xbox 360 slim 4gb and a removable 250gb hard drive with kenect i also have 2 regular black xbox 360 controllers and some games the titles include: Deadrising2, Halo Reach, UFC 2010, Borderlands, Dead island, Battlefield 3 and 4, Injustice, Burnout Paradise, Kenect adventures, Duke Nukem Forever, and the following Call of duty games; World at war, Modern Warfare 2 and 3, Blackops 1 and 2 and lastly Ghosts hardened edition.

    Thanks for all your Feedback in advance!

  • Is What I Am Doing Illegal? I have a YouTube channel.. and I upload videos about computer tutorials and stuff like that for example ” I show how to download/install and play call of duty modern warfare 2 multiplayer for free” and I monetize my videos however, I am just afraid to ban or eliminate my account as I got 200 subscribers and I am YouTube partner, and I earned these things in a year ” I earned 100 subscribers in a month which is WOW for one like me’ but I don’t want to get banned. So is it illegal to post videos like these and monetize them. Is it ok to monetize videos like these.
    Thanks a lot in advance 🙂

    • Curator says:

      If your method for downloading playing breaks the law then your video breaks the law.

      But youtube waits until you are reported before doing anything and while movie companies search youtube for their copyright content, I doubt call of duty does.

      If you get found out then you have the opportunity to remove your video or share the money with the copyright holder.

      So don’t stress about it too much.

  • Lauren says:

    Is There Any Way To Only Compete In Equine Cross Country? Usually cross country is in the “equine triathlon” or eventing with dressage and jumping. I was wondering if there are any single cross country events, or if you have to compete in every event, and if anyone has a good site to find local competitions that would be very much welcomed! Thanks!

    • Curator says:

      No, Lauren. Like many people, you apparently aren’t familiar with the history of the sport of Eventing, which what “cross country” is part of, or you would know why there are no competitions that are comprised entirely of just the X/C portion of the sport. Let me give you some background and history, and perhaps you’ll understand a little better. Eventing ( also called 3 Day Eventing or Combined Training) is now considered to be one of the oldest sports in existence, but like the other two Olympic horse sports, it didn’t start out as a sport. Today’s modern 3 Day Events are descended from the tests that were given to cavalry officers and their mounts, at or near the end of said officers’ and mounts training for mounted warfare. Indeed, these tests were originally called the Militare in honor of the sport’s military origins, and they were included in the ancient Olympics in Greece. The tests were the equivalent of a final exam, and those who couldn’t or didn’t pass were prohibited from leading troops on the battlefield. It made little or no difference WHY a particular horse or rider couldn’t finish- it was the RESULT that counted, not the EXCUSE. Today’s modern events share the same philosophy and are set up in much the same manner that the original ones were. They are designed to be a true test of both horse and rider, and they do so much more than just test jumping ability. They also test communication, the ability of the rider to use good judgment and common sense, problem solving skills, rider and equine fitness, and the courage and heart of both. Many of the customs you typically see in the equestrian sports, such as the salutes that riders offer at the begining and end of their dressage and show jumping tests, originated in the military. Riders who are active duty service members for their respective countries are permitted to ride in dress uniform if they wish to- this is the only exception to the required dress code.

      3 Day Events have 3 phases to them, each of which takes place on a different day. The first day or two ( some of the bigger international events these days have an extra day in them because of the number of entries they get) is devoted entirely to dressage. Eventing dressage is NOT LIKE the regular sport, in that the emphasis is different. What is tested in the dressage phase of an event is the horse’s suppleness, obedience, rideability, and the ability of the rider and horse to work together even though the horse is very fit and ready to gallop for miles during the next day’s phase. Even at the Advanced level in eventing, the dressage test that gets ridden is normally only equivalent to a Third or Fourth Level test in the regular sport.

      The second day of an event is formally called the Speed and Endurance test, or Speed and Endurance Day. In this phase, as you know, horses and riders compete on a course which can be up to 5 miles long and which has a minimum of 30 jumping efforts. It is this phase that has given the sport the nickname “cross country” because of what the horses and riders are required to do. ALL X’/C courses above Preliminary level have at least one water hazard, and those at the Advanced level have two. Fence types vary, but they always include drops, logs, banks, tables, corners, verticals, ditches, “popcorn” jumps, coops, hedges, and of course, the ever present water hazards. Some courses also have double oxers. These courses run up and down hills and into and out of woods. Horses must be willing to jump into and out of water, and into and out of shadows without spooking or running out. Fences on X/C courses are designed to be heavy, solid, and permanent, and they can be very unforgiving to a tired or unfit horse. Penalties are given for falls of horse or rider, for refusals and runouts, and for exceeding the posted time limit. In eventing, the object is to finish with the LOWEST possible overall score, not the highest. Penalties are something to be avoided as much as possible. The final day of the event is reserved for show jumping. Prior to this phase, ALL horses must pass a vet inspection. The purpose of the show jumping phase is to demonstrate that the horses are still physically sound and able to work despite having undergone such a severe test on the previous day. Horses jump one round around a course of up to 16 obstacles. There are no jumpoffs in eventing, and the fences in this phase are made with breakaway rails. If a horse hits such a jump, it will collapse. As is the case with the X/C phase, penalties are given for knockdowns, for falls of either horse or rider, for refusals, and for exceeding the time limit. The winner of the event is declared at the end of the show jumping phase. In order to win, a rider and horse must complete all 3 phases.

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