With Call of Duty and World of Warcraft Improvements, Activision-Blizzard Set for Record 2014
Activision-Blizzard has announced good news on two different fronts. World of Warcraft subscriber count has started to grow again after more than a year of declines, and the publisher is adding a third studio to its Call of Duty franchise in order to boost its quality. Electronic Arts' technical problems with Battlefield 4, along with this announcement, may keep Call of Duty on top for a long time.
Here's Why Take-Two's Worth a Second Look
Take-Two Interactive's shares dropped after a positive earnings report. How does the company compare to Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts?
Which Video Game Publisher Should You Own?
When considering the major video game publishers as investments, three companies stand out for different reasons. Which one should investors own?
Why Activision Just Shook Up Its "Call of Duty" Franchise
Three might be the magic number for this blockbuster brand.
3 Reasons Activision’s ‘Destiny’ Won’t Live Up to Bobby Kotick’s Expectations
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick recently claimed that its upcoming shooter Destiny will be the “best selling new video game IP history.” Here are three reasons he could be wrong.
‘Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII’ Shows How Square Enix Is Destroying the Franchise
‘Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII’ is a polarizing title that shows how much Square Enix’s flagship Final Fantasy franchise has changed over the past 27 years. Will this over-expansion of the franchise cause the series to implode?
How Many Zynga Players Pay to Play?
Has Zynga lost the ability to monetize its games? The answer might surprise you.