If you've been following my "Daddy Shooting Pixels" posts in the Toys & Games section of The Rock Father, then you're probably well-aware of the fact that I'm really looking forward to the release of CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 2. Now comes word from Activision that the soundtrack to the game is getting a major push as well, and will hit iTunes on November 13th, the same day that the game hits retail. With a main theme by Trent Reznor of NINE INCH NAILS and a score by Jack Wall, the COD:BO2 soundtrack should be pretty good.

As I've noted before, I can't always be family-friendly all the time here on The Rock Father, and that's because every once in awhile, Daddy has to shoot some pixels. It's no secret that I've been a big fan of the CALL OF DUTY franchise for quite some time, and come November 13, there's a 100% chance that the XBOX 360 will be fired up and ready to rock when CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 2 arrives. Last night, Activision unleashed the new live-action trailer for the game, and today the Guy Ritchie-directed clip called "Surprise" can be seen below.  

I've said it before, and I'll keep saying it again and again: Sometimes Daddy needs to blow some stuff up good, and on November 13th, I will likely be doing just that when CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 2 arrives. Activision just hit The Rock Father with some new screens fresh from the in-progress Gamescom in Germany. Check 'em out below.

I'm always hesitant to cover games here at The Rock Father, but that's one of the luxuries of having a '...For Grownups' section on the site. On the other hand, sometimes it's easier to throw down some virtual ink in my personal blog, which is what I'm doing right here. Sometimes Daddy needs to shoot some pixels.

Published in James' Journal

Definitely from the 'Games for Dad' Department... not family-friendly...

When my review copy of the latest CALL OF DUTY game arrived here at Rock Father HQ last month (a day after the release), I couldn't wait to jump into it. Rather than rush through the game just to crank out a quick review, I wanted to ''live'' it for a bit and really get some true feelings for the game. After all, this is the third to bear the MODERN WARFARE name, and having experienced both WORLD AT WAR and BLACK OPS since the first MW hit the streets, the bar had been set pretty high. So what do I think of CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE 3? 

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