Nalezeno "video game publishers": 248

Blizzard Outlines Plans To Improve After 'Challenging' 2021

Blizzard’s 2021 was a year marked by lowlights, with the company beset by allegations of a toxic workplace and rocked by the departures (and firings) of several key personnel. Now, with a new year and likely new ownership as well, president Mike Ybarra has outlined Blizzard’s plan to “rebuild your...

Sony And Microsoft's Comments On Call Of Duty Exclusivity Are Clear As Mud

Here we go again. Will Activision Blizzard games be exclusive to Xbox after the recently announced $68.7 billion deal finally goes through? Probably. But in the meantime both sides are saying just enough to keep all possibilities open, with Sony being the latest to add its vague comments to...

This Was Inevitable

Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard has been momentous news today, as much for the scale of the deal as its shock value. But we shouldn’t be too surprised. This was inevitable. A handful of companies have always wanted to own everything, and nothing is going to stop them.Read more

Microsoft Is Bringing Activision Blizzard Games To Game Pass

Alongside news that Microsoft is preparing to acquire Activision Blizzard for $70 billion, the Xbox console maker has confirmed that games from the recently troubled Call of Duty and Warcraft publisher will make their way to Xbox Game Pass.Read more

We Can All Finally Learn How To Make Big Macs On Nintendo DS

The gaming preservationists over at Forest of Illusion recently got their hands on the holy grail of the Nintendo DS catalog: a cartridge meant to teach McDonald’s workers the ins and outs of the fast-food restaurant via the popular two-screen handheld. It’s called eSMART 2.0, and after years...

Uh-oh, March Is Even More Packed With Games Than February

For a spell, it seemed that February would be the busiest month for gaming in 2022, with marquees like Sifu, Elden Ring, and Horizon Forbidden West crowding the calendar. But in recent days, March has officially taken the crown as the best (worst?) month to love video games. Folks, it’s getting...

Lego Delays Overwatch 2 Set Over Activision Blizzard Allegations

Lego’s Overwatch 2 Titan set won’t come out next month as planned. The Danish toy maker announced today that it’s delaying the release until it can finish reviewing its partnership with Activision Blizzard, in light of workplace misconduct issues made public in recent months.Read more

Rockstar, Take-Two Remember Midnight Club Exists

During an investor call earlier today, Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two Interactive (the parent company of Rockstar Games) listed off some of the publisher’s most popular and successful franchises. And it was during this meeting that Take-Two and Rockstar Games seemingly remembered that...

Xbox Boss Not Interested In 'Virtue Shaming' Activision

Back in November, the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, told staff he was “evaluating all aspects” of the Microsoft gaming division’s relationship with Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard following a bombshell report by The Wall Street Journal of workplace misconduct and coverups at the massive...

GTA Publisher To Buy Farmville Maker Zynga For $12.7 Billion

Take-Two, the publisher behind some of the biggest names in gaming like Grand Theft Auto and NBA 2K, today announced a deal to buy mobile game company Zynga for $12.7 billion. If the acquisition of the FarmVille creator goes through, it will mark the biggest sale in video game history.Read more

The Nintendo Switch Outsold Every Other Console Combined In Japan Last Year

Nintendo sold a lot of Switch consoles in Japan last year. Like a lot—5.3 million, to be exact. The Switch was easily the best-selling console in Japan in 2021, beating out the PlayStation 5, which didn’t even crack a million units. In fact, you can add up all the other consoles sold in...

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