After Destiny's September release, Activision Blizzard is the latest large game maker to beat Wall Street estimates with the help of online purchases, signaling a bounce back for the industry.
The game maker behind the Call of Duty franchise logs a record fiscal fourth quarter, but says the strong US dollar will weigh on overseas sales.
Activision Blizzard revives the iconic music game franchise in a bid to make living room rock stars the hot new thing -- again.
For the first time, the game giant will launch a top-tier console title on a tablet at the same time it's coming out for consoles made by Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo. Skylanders toys will, of course, join the fray.
The video game maker sails past expectations as it gears up to deliver the sci-fi shooter Destiny, its most expensive title to date.
Former Panama dictator claims his likeness was used for "economic gain" by Activision in the 2012 first-person shooter.
Sales of devices like the Xbox, PlayStation and Wii U drop by more than a fifth, repeating the post-Christmas lull of earlier this year.
The record-setting number does include standard costs, like marketing, packaging, and royalties. But still, the amount is massive.
HBO's new streaming service faces trial in how it handles Game of Thrones demand. Bridget Carey-si, mother of CNET Updates, takes HBO Now's Uber promotion for a spin. Also: Guitar Hero returns and GameStop goes retro.
Is Google abusing its position as the world's most popular search engine? Also, if you're hoping to walk into an Apple store and buy a Watch next week, we have some bad news. All that and more in your look back at the week in tech.