Robotoki Closes Its Doors

by Dan Nayloron January 20, 2015
Human Element on hiatus.

Robert Bowling Enters the Mobile Market with Breach & Clear

by Colm Ahernon February 14, 2013
The former face of Call of Duty and Mighty Rabbit Studios are looking to bring AAA content to mobile with Breach & Clear

E3 2012 Interview: Robert Bowling Talks About His Upcoming Game, Human Element

by Calvin Robinsonon June 18, 2012
We had a chance to sit down with Robert Bowling about his new company Robotoki and just what he's got planned for the recently announced Human Element. Read the entire interview at

Modern Warfare 3’s Season of Content Starts Now

by Lee Garbutton January 25, 2012
If you love Modern Warfare 3 (and let’s face it; judging by the sales figures, statistically, that is incredibly likely) then you may well want to prepare for 9 months of downloadable content, starting right now. Provided you have an Elite Premium subscription, that is.

GAME & gamestation Announce Their Modern Warfare 3 Launch Tactics

by Lee Garbutton November 4, 2011
Two of the UK’s biggest gaming retail chains, GAME & Gamestation are preparing 574 of their stores for the midnight launch of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – The year’s biggest gaming release.

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Modern Warfare 3 PC Will Feature LAN Support

by Aryel Abrahamion September 8, 2011
Confirmation via tweet seems popular as ever with Infinity Ward’s Creative Strategist, Robert Bowling the latest to reveal some juicy news. In response to a fan, the Call of Duty man explained that the PC version of Modern Warfare 3 will feature LAN support.

Call of Duty XP 2011: Robert Bowling Walkthrough

by Terry Lucyon August 31, 2011
Infinity Ward's Creative Strategist, Robert Bowling, takes fans on a mini-walkthrough of the upcoming Call of Duty XP event in LA. Check out the video here.

Interview With Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling: Modern Warfare 3 Spec Ops Survival Mode & Multiplayer Hints

by Calvin Robinsonon July 20, 2011
Interviewing Robert Bowling was actually one of the hardest tasks I’ve undertaken as a journalist. Not because Robert was hard to interview – he’s one of the most down-to-earth, laid back, easiest people to talk to I’ve met in the industry to date – but because there was this huge elephant in the room that […]