The producer of "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2: Fusion" explained how the game relates to the Marvel's "Civil War" and how even those who've read the comic are in for a surprise. Read More...

A chart that takes a look at the earnings of digital CEOs includes Activision Blizzard’s Bobby Kotick and EA’s John Riccitiello. So how much are these guys worth? Read More...

The last comparison I expected to draw from this week's "Monsters vs. Aliens" demo was "God of War," but that's exactly what part of Activision's adaptation of DreamWorks' animated film felt like -- including ripping out a cyclops' (well…robot's) eye! Read More...

Rolling Stone noticed that name of Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd was incorrectly spelled as "Lynyrd Skynrd" on the cover of "Guitar Hero: Metallica." We asked Activision if they had plans change the error, and today they confirmed that the spelling is fixed on the final box art. Read More...

You can probably guess the most and least profitable platforms for a company like Activision Blizzard, but seeing the hard numbers really puts it in perspective; the Wii accounted for 15% their total profits in 2008, while PSP only made up 1%. Read More...

Activision Blizzard publishing CEO Mike Griffith promised more than twice as many Activision-branded music games in 2009 in today's earnings call, while also revealing their next "James Bond" title has been moved into next year, and Blizzard declared an intention to release a game this year. Read More...

Despite Activision Blizzard's massive resources, the company will be conservative in 2009, introducing only three new franchises in 2009 -- a racer, a shooter and and undisclosed game -- according to statements made by Activision Blizzard publishing CEO Mike Griffith on today's earnings call. Read More...

Defying industry trends, "Guitar Hero" publisher Activision Blizzard reported a 20% revenue increase in 2008 during an earnings call this afternoon, and reported zero debt and 3.1 billion dollars in cash at year-end, quite contrary to what we've seen from other publishers like THQ and Electronic Arts.

"We enter 2009 with the finest product slate in our company's history," said Activision Blizzard CEO Robert Kotick in a press release about the earnings results, "and an organization properly sized and resourced to compete alongside the many new entrants and existing competitors in our industry. During the year, we will continue to employ our proven strategies that have worked so well for us over the last decade."

The first wave of downloadable content for "Call of Duty: World at War" hits in March (no price announced), where Activision and Treyarch will deliver a map pack featuring three new maps -- "Nightfire," "Knee Deep," "Station" -- and more Nazi Zombies, with new weapons, defenses and a map called "Verruckt." Read More...

Video games are the perfect format for robot smashing, and even though the original "Transformers" game was nothing to write home about, the Super Bowl spot for "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" inspired me with hope that Activision Blizzard can pull it together for the sequel. Read More...

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