Even with reinforcements from another delayed project can't keep it on schedule, GamesBeat has learned.
Editor's Pick Publisher Activision Blizzard has to make a hit with Titan to replace the revenue generated by World of Warcraft.
Editor's Pick The game known only under the codename Titan has been delayed. The publisher is redeploying about 70 developers to other projects.
Game preservation is already a difficult job, but Xbox One might have just made it that much harder.
Rift opens its doors to anyone on June 12.
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In after-hours trading, Activision Blizzard's stock price fell 5 percent to $14.49 a share. The fall may be due to the drop in World of Warcraft numbers and the comments about the second half.
Activision is leaking subscribers in its popular MMO.
The gaming social-network Raptr reveals the data for the 20 most-played games in April.
With 17M users, Raptr can figure out which games are being played the most.
Tencent is giving Activision Blizzard a run for its money in the huge Chinese online gaming market.
Age of Wushu's kung-fu fantasy is already a major hit in China. Now developer Snail games plans on bringing its wuxia-style MMO to America, and they're targeting World of Warcraft players who crave a cheaper, deeper game.
Gather, heroes. Sound the drums. The Thunder King comes. The Thunder King comes.
Video games could hold great mental-health benefits, but the leader of the House of Representatives' Republican majority would rather not know that.
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But company warns 2013 will be a tougher year.
David Bowie's son to direct the long-in-development Warcraft film.
With the entire genre in flux, five games stand out for either their disruptive models or overall excellence.
Some have you saving Santa, some have you killing him -- but either way, he's giving up that holiday loot.
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