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Despite not once naming the format in any of its press releases or marketing materials, Activision now says Call of Duty: Ghosts is getting a release on Wii U.
Bungie and Activision's collaboration Destiny saw its first live gameplay demo on stage at Sony's E3 press conference, running on the PS4.
We've asked. They've not answered.
My brother Ben loves Bungie.
The team behind NCsoft’s new MMO Wildstar says it will win back gamers who have abandoned World of Warcraft.
It may be behind one of the biggest game franchises of all time, but Bungie insists it still needs to prove itself.
Skylanders is the best selling video game this year, so perhaps it was inevitable that a kids giant like Disney would try to take a cut of the market.
Activision’s former UK boss Peter Hepworth has accepted a job with the Government.
Publisher Activision has ended hopes of a Skylanders cartoon or movie.
The development team behind Call of Duty Ghosts has more staff than ever, despite losing almost 50 members of staff after a 2010 scandal.
MCV Pacific interviews Xbox Australia Product Manager Adam Pollington about the new hardware this week, and there are new faces at Activision APAC.
Activision’s Eric Hirshberg isn’t worried about negative reactions over the Xbox One reveal’s lack of focus on gaming, stating that the console is “a games machine first and foremost.”
The new Call of Duty: Ghosts looks to pack an impressive next-gen tech punch.
The team that invented Call of Duty said it could have abandoned the series altogether.
Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg has hit back at critics that claim the Call of Duty series is past its peak.
Activision and developer Infinity Ward has finally shown the world what it can expect from the next generation of Call of Duty.
Former EA UK man Kevin Flynn has leapt over the sandbags of Battlefield’s barracks to become senior brand manager for Call of Duty.
French media giant Vivendi could once again be preparing to try and sell its interest in Activision.
UK retailers are very pleased by Activision’s decision to make big changes to its Call of Duty series.
Free-to-play may be the current darling of many a games publisher, but don’t expect a dramatic shift in the way in which consumers pay for the next-generation of console games.
Activision has again beaten financial expectations, but that hasn’t stopped boss Bobby Kotick issuing a number of blunt warnings about the challenges ahead.
Activision Blizzard’s MMO World of Warcraft lost 1.3m subscribers during the first three months of 2013.
Activison has reported better-than-expected earnings for its Q1 2013, but remains cautious about the hurdles that still lie ahead for the rest of the year.
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