FROM Dan Ackerman
Latest First-Person Shooter Releases: Halo and Call of Duty Halo 4 was released a week ago. It made $220 million worldwide in its first 24 hours. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is being released today. Both are so-called "first-person shooter" video games, so popular that schools and businesses expect a drop in attendance today with the release of Black Ops 2. Dan Ackerman is senior editor at CNet , where he writes about video games.
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