This is how you go about getting an account for ED! .. read more
Right now there are problems with the .eu mailservers and here is a work-around to get off to a good start. .. read more
After a successful test season, the Enemy Down Call of Duty 4 League by Vita Nova kicks off with the first official season! .. read more
EnemyDown and PBBans Partnership. EnemyDown has entered a partnership with PBBans specifically for Call of Duty 4. All EnemyDown Match Servers MUST stream to PBBans. .. read more
Thank you to all the teams that played in the EnemyDown COD4 Ladder Powered by VitaNova. The ladder "finished" on the 5th of June 2010 and a screenshot was taken of the teams that placed first through tenth.... .. read more
The league has officially opened for season 0. This means it is a test season which will only include teams from the invite and preinvite channels for COD4. This is a season to test out admins and the system and also the rules. .. read more
30 Second Rundown: CoD: WaW Maps Go Live
Posted by SmellyMoss on Mar 20th 2009 14:53
The first map pack for Call of Duty: World at War has went live on Xbox Live and PSN. The new maps will run you down 800 MS Points (about 7 quid) and feature multiplayer maps set in a fire-bombed Berlin, a bombed-out underground station and in a Japanese island bunker.
Blizzard have launched an all-new battle.net. The main focus of the new site is on giving each user a single account that is connected to all of that persons Blizzard gaming activity. This includes the linking of multiple WoW accounts and access to the Blizzard store. For those not ready for change, the old version of the site will still exist as battle.net Classic.
Has the revival of Unreal Tournament 3 begun? Rock, Paper, Shotgun seems to think so after the Steam price drop and free-to-play weekend boosted UT3 online numbers by up to 2000%. Phenomenal for a game that was launched 18 months ago to negative reviews. The question is though, will it last?
EuroGamer are running a series of articles on gold and item trading in MMO's this week. The RMT (real money trading) business is worth billions of dollars and it is estimated that up to 30% of MMO players have bought gold or other items online. It's an interesting read and poses the question, "Is gold selling like pornography: something more of us do than admit? A shameful secret, something indulged alone and at night, in front of the screen; or during a lunchbreak, safely away from a partner, when a quick credit card or PayPal transaction will go unnoticed by others in-game?"
Finally, I recommend you take a gander at Games Radar's piece on "The Most Misleading Game Ads of All Time." They cover some of the most misleading marketing campaigns the games industry has ever created, such as the Tiger Wood's Wii ad that showed Xbox 360 game-play, the Halo 3 commercials with the battleground models and the awesome trailer for Call of Duty 2.