Another Call of Duty, another record-breaking launch.
Why play online with 13-year-olds in need of anger management counseling when you've got immature buddies of your own?
Forgo the plastic triggers for real ones at Battlefield Las Vegas, a sprawling complex of war games that gives “Vegas Fight Night” a whole new meaning.
First you'll arm yourself with the largest collection of US and foreign weapons available for public use in the country before stepping into the 25-yard indoor firing range.
Then come out guns blazing with actual weapons used in military conflicts throughout history from WWII-era pistols to the same firearms Seal Team Six used to take out bin Laden.
You can also play Capone with mobster-approved sawed-off shotguns or fight the Ruskies with Cold War-era AK-47s.
And, after taking a ride to their 200-acre desert training facility in a Vietnam-era HMMVV, you can also have your wedding here.
We hope the priest is wearing kevlar.