GamesBeat helps you get into the Christmas spirit with your favorite games.
Spycraft ain’t like it used to be.
For those you love and those you hate, GamesBeat brings you an alternative holiday shopping guide for the gamers in your life.
For this GamesBeat writer, BlizzCon was a strange, foreign land filled with beautiful — and confusing – sights.
GamesBeat chronicles its BlizzCon 2013 experience into one handy slideshow.
The expansion will bring players back to the beginning of the World of Warcraft with time travel.
The MMORPG now has 7.6 million subscribers.
What could Heroes of the Storm possibly be?
An Activision investor sued the publisher’s board to halt the deal. The case goes to court Oct. 10.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II is still the most popular title, but MOBA games are battling it out for top spots, Raptr says.
Take out Garrosh Hellscream in World of Warcraft’s newest content patch, which went live today.
This might explain why Blizzard is testing in-game purchasing.
Mobile gaming is leading a surge in consumer spending.
Blizzard’s new digital card game is an addicting experience free of paper cuts and heavy binders.
The Elder Scrolls Online developer says free-to-play won’t work for the title.
The past is on display throughout Blizzard’s hallways, but don’t expect to get a glimpse of Titan, the all-important upcoming online title.
Get the scoop on which video game book adaptations you should be reading over the remainder of summer.
A shareholder is suing to stop the deal.
Blizzard also expects WOW to stick around for a many years.
The company is raising its outlook for 2013.
Tom Chilton and J. Allen Brack are among those who have to keep World of Warcraft growing.
Vivendi would get $2 billion and would leave Activision with $1 billion in cash.
World of Warcraft has been losing subscribers, so free-to-play may be in the offing.
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.
Guest Post World of Warcraft, Facetime, WebEx, ETrade’s MarketCaster, and Facebook’s live “Ticker” may seem completely unrelated, but they all represent real-time apps, connecting users instantly with the real world.
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.
Show your gaming friends how much you care with our gaming-themed valentines.
But company warns 2013 will be a tougher year.