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.
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Kathryn Kitron funneled funding to support her expensive lifestyle, including paying for her engagement party.
Respawn's legal department has made a move to trademark "Titan" for use in video games.
Editor's Pick Both professional gaming teams and Ubisoft hope that ShootMania Storm becomes a staple at e-sports tournaments around the world.
To make better games, we need to lessen the importance we place on budget size.
ShootMania Storm is an entertaining call-back to a lost era of multiplayer shooters.
EA's big challenger to the dominance of Call of Duty has been unveiled.
Editor's Pick It's easy to take shots at Riccitiello's record, but his successes and failures were complex.
Crysis 3 backs up its refined puzzle-like combat with a compelling tale of aliens, evil corporations, and transhumanism.
Jetpack Joyride applies almost a decade's worth of game psychology to create an addicting experience.
Thanks to the enormous popularity of The Walking Dead, we get not one but two games based on Robert Kirkman's zombie apocalypse. They're very different, but they also share some similarities that may surprise you.
The PlayStation Vita's first Call of Duty title is a shaky recruit not capable of maximizing the portable's firepower.
Follow these guidelines to fit in and survive in the field during a Call of Duty midnight launch.
While Medal of Honor: Warfighter has some fun beneath its gritty fingernails, it fails as the military-shooter flag-bearer it wants to be.
Editor's Pick Mark Kaufman and Eric Hauntemont are veteran venture capitalists in the tech world. In 2002, they decided to get out of that fast-paced life and start developing board games. No, seriously.
The free-to-play revolution finally hits Xbox Live, and while it might not be enough to topple Call of Duty, it could be the start of an exciting new trend in console gaming.
With a combination of deadly vehicles, homemade weapons, and large battlefields, independent developer 2 Dawn Games wants to deliver an unpredictable multiplayer experience.
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