Hackers have recently found an exploit in the PS3's hardware, allowing them to easily hack any game. The primary target is, of course, Call of Duty. Because of this hardware exploit there have been many gamers looking for answers but one PS3 player got a startling message back; the user interpreted this as a threat to shutdown servers for Black Ops on the PS3, however it is more likely that this is just a viable option and not absolute. ...read more
Forget about Team Jacob and Team Edward, the real battle is between Call of Duty: Black Ops and Modern Warfare 2. So, which side are you?
If you chose Black Ops, you're on the winning side, at least for now. According to Activision, Black Ops pulled in around $360 million in revenue during its first 24 hours. Thsi includes sales from both North America and the U.K. That qualifies Black Ops as the "biggest entertainment launch in history," Activision says.
Should Black Ops continue its current pace, it should have little trouble breaking Modern Warfare 2's five-day sales record of $550 million.