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Does 'Modern Warfare 2' Blow Away the Competition, or Just Blow?
'Call of Duty' May Be the Hottest Video Game of the Holidays, But Is It the Best?
'Modern Warfare 2' has a bold plan of attack for gaming
You know that pulse-pounding feeling you get when you're watching an action-packed summer blockbuster? That's the feeling Modern Warfare 2 is shooting for. And how true its aim is could help determine how high the video-game world flies this year. Modern Warfare 2, the sequel to Infinity Ward's
'World at War' a fine addition to 'Call of Duty' franchise
Let's cut video game developer Treyarch a little slack. Since 2005, the studio and fellow developer Infinity Ward have taken turns creating titles for the first-person shooter franchise Call of Duty. Yet Infinity Ward seems to earn all the high praise, recently astounding gamers with 2007's Call of
Gears of War 2 Sells Over 2 Million Copies in First Week
Epic's tactical shooter about a bunch of guys with bigs guns and even bigger necks does respectably big first week sales.
Apple's redone MacBook is another winner
Apple's plastic white MacBook computer has been the most-popular-selling Macintosh to date. So it's hardly a surprise that Apple plans to keep right on offering the notebook, now for $100 less at $999. But MacBooks are climbing in status. Last week, Apple unveiled two redesigned versions, including
Strange New World: Picks of the Week
The Super Bowl may be behind us, but this week we have more sporting news of super techno-proportions. CBS Sportsline and the NCAA have finally gotten with the Internet program. They are showing just about all of this season's 64 college basketball championship games no local blackouts or hidden
'Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare' among the year's best
Mission accomplished, Infinity Ward. The critically-acclaimed developer retreats from the World War II era in favor of today's battlefields in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, an intense military onslaught that unleashes a barrage of gripping moments. You play the roles of a U.S. Marine and British
AI is A-OK in new games
Our video-game enemies are smart — and getting smarter. The artificial intelligence that guides in-game characters today leads to far more natural actions and realistic friends and foes than in the past. "As graphics improvements top out, artificial intelligence will (drive) game innovation," says