Jade Raymond doesn't bristle when asked about the small number of women working in the videogame industry. It's a question she gets a lot since she's one of the few female executives running a major…
For years, Activision's "Call of Duty" franchise has ranked as the top selling videogame, with each installment upping the gameplay with improved graphics, storytelling and online multiplayer options…
While the back half of 2013 is expected to boast breakout hits, the first part of the year hasn't been encouraging for the videogame industry. Retail sales are down 14%, falling nearly $500 million…
Microsoft clearly took notes when Sony unveiled its Sony PlayStation 4 in February.
To promote their ambitious new videogame "Destiny," Activision and Bungie (which created "Halo"), have produced a live action commercial, directed by Jon Favreau, that prominently features Giancarlo…
After turning "Halo" into a multibillion-dollar videogame franchise for Microsoft, Bungie is ready to introduce a tentpole title for new partner Activision Blizzard with "Destiny."
"The idea that kids can customize their own characters in the physical world, and have their unique combinations recognized in the virtual world, is an idea as big as the concept of bringing toys to…
The launch of a new franchise is rare for the videogame industry, with publishers just as focused on sequels and reboots as Hollywood's studios are.
Having secured the entertainment industry record for biggest product launch of all time for the third year in a row, the “Call of Duty” series is already setting its sights on the next one. “Modern…
At Activision-Blizzard, Feb. 9 will be known as the day the music died.
"Call of Duty: Black Ops" continues to break entertainment industry records.
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