Call of Duty: Ghosts expansion to feature ‘Halloween’ boogie man

Usually cod-michael-myerswhen the film and video game worlds collide, it’s a messy affair. The latest run-in, though, is just plain weird.

Activision has unveiled Onslaught, the first downloadable expansion pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts. And in a twist straight out of a B-movie script, the game’s special guest star is none other than Michael Myers, the unstoppable serial killer from the ‘Halloween’ horror movies.

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Tips for top holiday games and consoles

Now tips-for-top-games-gtavthat the last gift has been unwrapped, the eggnog’s depleted, and the obligatory family day is over, it’s time to play with your presents.

If you’re a gamer, that means tearing open some shrink wrap and losing a few hours (or days, possibly weeks) to a huge new game or three. After all, you hopefully have a little time off now to enjoy them.

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Activision ships $1 billion worth of Call of Duty: Ghosts to retail

Numbers COD-Ghostsdon’t lie, but they can be massaged a bit.

Activision celebrated the launch of Call of Duty: Ghosts with its customary sales trumpeting, announcing that the game sold $1 billion in its first day of release. Sounds impressive — and it certainly is — but it’s not quite as stunning as you might think.

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