9.5% of games had no ethnic representation in any character other than white.
Rule 63 states that where there’s a male character, the internet can reimagine them a female character (or vice versa).
Call of Duty has been voted the worst game for microtransactions in a survey of UK gamers, with FIFA second and Candy Crush third.
Geek Native doesn’t ignore games like Call of Duty – it’s just that the title is a little off our beaten track. Call of Duty: Ghosts qualifies for some attention as it’s one of the first games for Microsoft’s Xbox One. You an already check out the website here for more Ghosts info. The short […]
UK regulators have found that Activision Blizzard did nothing wrong in how they advertised and later handled the pre-order bonus of the Nuketown 2025 bonus map for Call of Duty: Black Ops II for the Xbox. The authorities received official complaints about the advertising which argued that the map had been withdrawn too soon after […]
Today was a big one for Nintendo. They pulled off a live stream preview of the Wii U via Nintendo UK. I was more impressed than I thought I’d be – but my expectations were pretty low. However, it was clear that there would be plenty of titles available at launch and that games like […]
In the United Kingdom the ASA is celebrating 50 years of helping to enforce legal, decent, honest and truthful advertising. Today they ruled against Activision and adverts for Call of Duty Elite. The Call of Duty Elite site was designed as an online community for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and offered both a free […]
“First Strike” is the first DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops. Whereas Call of Duty doesn’t really get that much of a look in here at Geek Native there are certainly some things the mega popular game can do it get our attention. For example; zombies. Sure enough, players who grab Call of Duty: […]
I’m really not a shooty-shooty type of gamer but I do like controllers that add to the game play. Mario Kart, for example, was so much better with a steering wheel. It’s not surprising that there are controllers out there to try and get your attention for smash hits like Call of Duty. I’ll just […]
Frozen Crossing is a fan made tribute film for Call of Duty. Directed by Niko Pueringer and Sam Gorski and produced on a budget it is already winning high praise. The video below is a 7 minute clip. The second part will be along shortly. Neither Activision or Infinity Wards are involved in this.