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Tony Hawk is back. Well, he’s coming back, anyway, with talks between himself and Activision having been confirmed.
Activision is to reduce the annualised focus of the Skylanders brand.
Activision and Hasbro have officially announced Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark.
Amazon has posted multi-platform listings for an unannounced next-gen Transformers game.
Activision expects Destiny to be a record-breaking release when it arrives late this year.
A response to Ghosts’ luke-warm reviews and sales declines? Or a reaction to the increased development needs of next-gen?
Activision has announced the Skylanders series has grossed more than $2bn worldwide.
Following a period of exclusivity on Xbox consoles, Call of Duty: Ghosts' Onslaught DLC is set to arrive on PC and PlayStation hardware later this month.
Activision is in discussions over the future of UK Call of Duty mobile developer The Blast Furnace.
Activision has released a new teaser video for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2.
The ambiguity surrounding the frankness of YouTube payment disclosures means that this week’s scandal is unlikely to result in any legal action in the US.
Disney Infinity has moved 3m starter packs since its launch, Disney Interactive has announced.
Call of Duty: Ghost's upcoming Onslaught DLC pack will arrive later this month and allow players to assume the role of Halloween's Michael Myers, developer Infinity Ward has announced.
UPDATE: Marvel games will continue to be made available at retail stores, Activision says. Games like Deadpool can still be purchased on the High Street, but is no-longer available from ...
The Top 20 Entertainment Products of 2013 are in, and it's unsurprising to see Grand Theft Auto V come out on top, with 3.67m units sold.
Bungie's upcoming multi-platform FPS Destiny will launch in September 2014, the studio has announced.
The importance of Call of Duty’s critical response pales compared to the thoughts of the series’ fans, Activision Publishing boss Eric Hirshberg has claimed.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has emerged as the big winner in the next-gen games race, Activision has claimed.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has been the best selling “retail” game for PS4 in the US since launch, Activision has claimed.
Infinity Ward are the creators of the biggest video game franchise in the world and are responsible for Xbox One’s most pre-ordered title.
Activision has shown off its new Call of Duty app.
Call of Duty: Ghosts UK launch sales are around 50 per cent lower than Call of Duty: Black Ops II, retail sources have told MCV.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts is, of course, the new UK No.1 according to the latest UKIE GfK Chart-Track figures.
Black Ops II’s digital revenue alone for the last 12 months would place it as the year’s third biggest game behind Grand Theft Auto V and Skylanders Giants.