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Can the new World of Warcraft expansion lure back players and stem subscriber losses?
Why Electronic Arts DICE is using all of its resources to fix its war game glitches and whether or not it'll ultimately flank Activision Blizzard.
Chris Lau, Kapitall: Video game stock Electronic Arts is down 21% since September, is it ready to turn things around? [...]
Digital downloads will eventually steamroll profits at GameStop.
Activision's Call of Duty: Ghosts is the leading next-generation console game and is the no. 1 seller among key retailers.
American and British intelligence operations have been spying on gamers across the world, media outlets reported, saying that the world's most powerful espionage agencies sent undercover agents into virtual ...
New documents from former defense contract Edward Snowden show the NSA has been spying on "World of Warcraft," the popular multiplayer Online game made by Activision Blizzard.
The Guardian recently said they have only published a very tiny percentage of the NSA documents provided to them by the now-infamous leaker Edward Snowden, and now a new revelation has taken a strange turn into the video game realm. Documents provided by Snowden from 2008 say that the NSA and [...]
Many analysts claim that mobile gaming will replace console gaming sooner rather than later. This is despite the fact that both Microsoft and Sony have introduced their eighth-generation consoles to the market while console-focused gaming developers like Activision Blizzard and Take-Two Interactive continue to see success. In contrast, companies like Zynga have experienced how short-lived mobile gaming can be. In the end, mobile gaming will die well before console gaming.
These top video-game stocks trounced the market this year.
Why Activision Blizzard’s latest entry into the blockbuster franchise is being underestimated.
I think it's safe to say that all of us gamers are still waiting for the first truly "great" video game-to-film adaptation. No, the first Resident Evil being "kind of okay" doesn't count, and the genre has produced a slew of films ranging from "decent" (Silent Hill) to "tear your [...]
Good morning, good lookin'! The three things you need to know on December 6.
Electronic Arts is shifting resources and delaying some development work to fix bugs plaguing its blockbuster war-simulation title, but investors are getting jittery.
Electronic Arts Inc., the second- largest U.S. video-game maker, fell the most in three weeks after technical problems with its recently released “Battlefield 4” raised concerns about the title’s future....