Sledgehammer tries its full hand at the Call of Duty franchise this November. Some of you may recognize the name. This group helped IWnfinity Ward with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Now that they are in the rotation, wonder how this game will turn out.
Millions are waiting (some impatiently) for the release of Apple’s flagship phone OS, iOS 7.
The screen in your pocket dominates all the others in your life. It wakes you up in the morning, checks the traffic, and tells you the best way to get to work. It lets you read your email (or play Candy Crush) during meetings, find a lunch spot, schedule a recording on your DVR, and read the day’s news before you doze off at night. That means even tiny changes to mobile operating systems are hugely important. And big ones? Well, if you’re one of the hundreds of millions of people out there with an iPhone, check your pocket. Apple’s new iOS 7 represents the most substantial change to the iPhone since it started supporting third-party apps. But as dramatic as the update may look, it doesn’t go far enough functionally.
I made a quick run at this, and it was worth every penny. In Oxford, MS, over 400 copies were given to prepaid customers and I was number 96…not bad i guess. Anyway, to the gameplay!
On the 360, look for ‘losevolution.’ I’m somewhat average, with a .7 K/D ratio and rocking a suppressed SCAR with Slight of Hand Pro. Not bad for 3 hours, but I am definitely aiming to get better. I’m playing with a few guys on the Xbox 360, using the [GaYF] clantag. I’ll also be on the PS3, rocking the [SAND] clan tag soon.
Honestly, I haven’t observed the other modes yet, but I am working on it. The SpecOps will definitely be the next target.
Now what do these days have in common?
Well, today is June 7th, and the WWDC‘s major announcement of the iPhone 4.
Well, I saw the darn thing on April 19th! Gizmodo showed the thing here
So, there were NO changes whatsoever!
If you want to see how the “gamechanger” of Apple meshes out against other smartphones, check out this article. iPhone vs Smart Elite