In "Digital Noise," we discuss the ongoing experience of being a gamer with the world of options available to us all now and ask one question we want you to answer for us.
If I have to make that same tank drive that same 40 square feet of the map one more time, I am likely to pick my television up and put it straight through the drywall.
Since setting up an XBox One in my home office, I have played a few games all the way through. "Call Of Duty: Ghosts" on campaign mode pretty much cemented the idea for me that I do not like the "Call Of Duty" series. There is something very strange about a game that uses real geo-political tensions as a springboard to tell a story in which poor overpowered America has to fight back, an underdog standing up for freedom and bleeding red, white, and blue. At this point, it makes me genuinely uncomfortable to spend time with the worldview of "Call Of Duty," and I'm not sure I'll bother playing any future entries in the series.