Late last month Activision's Infinity Ward dropped a teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — a soft-reboot of one of it's most beloved games — and just two weeks after the May 30 reveal, the game developer unveiled some new details on what's in store for the first-person shooter's multiplayer: Juggernaut and ghillie suits!
More than a decade after Activision's Infinity Ward launched Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, it still stands up. From the frenetic gunplay, to its compelling characters and expansive campaign, the 2007 first person shooter remains engaging and thoroughly enjoyable — hell, for old time's sake, I took a break from writing this just so I could hop on single player and insert onto a cargo ship where I laid waste to a bunch of hijackers and arms smugglers.
On April 16, the University of Florida held the world’s firstmind-controlled drone race, the latest signifier of this field’s rapid technological ascension. Although the drones only competed along a 10-yard course, the fact remains: These machines were commanded by human brainpower — or in technical terms, brain-computer interface.
When it comes to first-person shooters and strategy games you’re a force to be reckoned with. You’ve laid waste to the enemy fire team and now you’re on a run back to your base, when suddenly you’re dead.