Comedian and late night TV host Conan O'Brien recently got to play an early copy of next week's Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. While he says he can't show you gameplay due to legal reasons, he did release a funny teaser trailer for his upcoming review.
In the video below, we see Conan's reaction to playing Advanced Warfare. Suffice it to say, he's excited about it. He even goes as far to say, "that was the greatest feeling I've ever experienced, and I've watched two of my children be born."
Conan's review of Advanced Warfare will come next week.
Advanced Warfare launches November 4 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can get it one day early, however, through the Day Zero edition. The game has a standard single-player campaign, head-to-heard multiplayer, co-op, and maybe even a zombies mode.
For more on Advanced Warfare, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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2K Sports has announced a special promotion around professional basketball game NBA 2K15 where you can play the game for free on Steam through Monday, November 3. It normally sells for $60.
The free to play weekend, which began yesterday and ends at 10 AM Pacific on Monday, features the full NBA 2K15 game, not only a limited portion of it. You can add the game to your Steam library here.
The promotion coincides with the start of the 2014-2015 NBA season.
NBA 2K15 launched on October 7 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. If your computer is beefy enough (full specs below), the game's PC graphics are even better than on Xbox One or PS4.
For more on NBA 2K15, check out the PC requirements below and our review here.
Developers of Resogun, the widely praised arena shooter that was launched with the PlayStation 4, are working on the release of a PlayStation Vita version.
James Hawkins, a representative for PlayStation Europe, told a fan on the PS Blog that the PS Vita version "is coming and is looking, sounding and most importantly, playing great."
Upon release in November 2013, Resogun was applauded for its visual effects and intense gameplay. Developer Housemarque was nominated for several key awards, including the DICE Game of the Year, while GameSpot's Resogun review was glowing with praise.
Critic Peter Brown wrote: "Resogun's controls, presentation, and rapid-fire enemy assaults make for an exciting experience. You're constantly under pressure, practically suffocating behind swarms of enemies, but you're never without the means for survival."
It is unclear when a PS Vita version will be released.
Publisher Activision is working frantically to take down a leaked video that has surfaced on the internet, which appears to confirm that a zombie mode is available in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The video first emerged on a Reddit thread, and although the thread is still active, the video it linked to has since been removed. Various copies, published elsewhere across the internet, are emerging and subsequently being taken down by Activision.
One clip, seen by GameSpot, shows hordes of zombies being mowed down by a high-capacity machine gun. Telltale details on the soldier's arms suggested that he was an EXO soldier from Advanced Warfare.
Glen Schofield, the co-founder of Advanced Warfare developer Sledgehammer Games, appeared to confirm the veracity of the leak on Twitter.
@CodFlufy nothing I can do about it now. But yeah it sucks. Imagine you're playing and this comes up- you'd be psyched up, right? — Glen Schofield (@GlenSchofield) October 30, 2014
@CodFlufy nothing I can do about it now. But yeah it sucks. Imagine you're playing and this comes up- you'd be psyched up, right?
Advanced Warfare launches November 4 (get it November 3 by preordering) for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4, but not Wii U. Activision recently announced a special promotion whereby last-generation Advanced Warfare owners can upgrade to the current-generation version for free, with some limitations.