Entries in 'Activision' (245)
Battlefield could be on the cusp of usurping Call of Duty from the FPS throne, according to former CEO John Riccitiello.
Mind Candy has announced another boxed outing for its worldwide kids hit, Moshi Monsters.
Angry Birds and Pokémon are the latest big name franchise to take on Skylanders as the toy war heats up, but is there enough space to stock them all?
Third party support for Nintendo's new console has been erratic at best, but Activision has confirmed it will support Wii U with six titles this autumn, including Call of Duty: ...
One of the world's biggest games companies is set to buy back its independence from owner Vivendi.
The first video footage of Blizzard’s long-rumoured Battle.net launcher beta has hit the internet.
The owner of Activision is rumoured to be preparing a move to grab in the region of $3bn from the “cash rich” publisher.
Another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game has been announced by partners Activision and Nickelodeon.
The Entertainment Software Association has confirmed that Activision has re-joined the trade body.
French telecoms giant Vivendi is reportedly looking for ways to extract cash from Activision Blizzard.
Microsoft is perfectly entitled to charge $499 for Xbox One – but it will need to convince the public that the RRP is justified.
Bungie’s promising Destiny has been given some heavyweight financial backing from publisher Activision.
Developer Infinity Ward cannot finish work on key elements of Call of Duty: Ghosts as it is yet to receive final next-gen hardware samples.
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.