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Five Wishes for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (plus a Retrospective Look at Black Ops)

By now, many of you will have heard the news from other publications, but here it is: Call of Duty Black Ops 2 will be formally announced on May 1st during the 2012 NBA playoffs on TNT.  Exactly how it will be done, I’m not sure (betting on a teaser trailer), but it’s still exciting […]

Forever: A Gamer Codex Production

The timing on this release is a tiny bit off (about a year, give or take), but it’s good to remember the times when 3D Realms’ infamous vaporware project, delayed for thirteen years, was still being hyped to the point of no return.  Ladies and gentlemen, courtesy of Gamer Codex, this is Forever, a short […]

Assassin’s Creed

Assassin’s Creed Note: This applies specifically to the console versions, not the PC version.  Only the controls and graphical quality should be different, so consider this before spending money on any version. Many gamers may not care about a five-year old game, particular one overshadowed by its successors. However, with the new installment on the […]

Ode to EA: A Gamer Codex Production

In light of recent events, I though giving a unique spin on EA’s reputation would, at the very least,  be interesting.  So, without further adieu, here is Gamer Codex’s first internally produced rap, for your enjoyment: Ode To EA Chorus Let me tell you a tale that feels regret O, corporate greed and manipulation, you […]

James Bond will return…in 007 Legends

Seems as though 2012 will be a busier year for the Bond franchise than first assumed.  In addition to the upcoming film Skyfall (set for release on the 50th anniversary of the film franchise), Activision has announced 007 Legends, the latest Bond game since GoldenEye 007: Reloaded (essentially a 2011 HD enhancement of the 2010 […]

Electronic Arts: The Image of Greed

I never expected EA to appear in a publication like The Consumerist.  I definitely didn’t expect the company to be named “Worst Company in America” (as seen here: and addressed negatively in a recent Forbes article (here:  Sadly, as much as it pains me to say it, there is truth amongst all this […]