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Bungie reveals first look of new game 'Destiny'

After the breath-taking success of the much-acclaimed shooter series game ‘Halo’, Bungie has created another masterpiece in form of ‘Destiny’, the first look of which is out on the creator’s blog.

Stupendous $500 million debut for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Stupendous $500 million debut for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

It keeps getting better: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 debuted with a big bang, raking in $500 million within 24 hours of going on sale. Read on for more.

EA's “Battlefield 4” in the offing, says a convinced tweeting post on twitter?

Remember Battlefield 3? Battlefield 3 was the most important launch by the Electronic Arts ever, in which nearly 10 million copies had been shipped worldwide from the first day it was introduced. It was embraced very comfortably by the critic teams’ and put on the market bringing sale of a whopping number in the first week. The game sold more than 5 million copies. So another Battlefield game following Battlefield 3 is not at all surprising! Battlefield 4 is definitely going to be launched by EA!

‘Call of Duty’ aimed at Chinese market by Activision

When consumers in the U.S line up to pay $60 for each year’s installment of Activision Blizzard Inc.’s biggest franchise, “Call of Duty”, people in China will get it for free.

'Ghost' voice actor hints at possible Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

The US gaming world got what is called the first real hint at what's going on with the next Call of Duty. Craig Fairbrass, a seasoned "Call of Duty" voice actor, dropped hints during a radio weekend interview that Activision might be developing "Modern Warfare 3."

West and Zampella wanted the similar deal as Bungie?

As per Los Angeles Times report, the 10-year publishing and distributing deal Activision signed with Bungie is similar to what its former developers Jason West and Vince Zampella were negotiating for before getting fired last month.

Video game sales plunge 8% in 2009; MW 2 higgest grosser

New York, February 4 -- It was indeed a tough year for the video game industry. As per the data released by Top Global Markets, the United States, Japan, and the United Kingdom witnessed an 8 percent fall in video game sales in the year 2009.

No Doubt rockers sue Activision over “Band Hero” avatars

Los Angeles, November 5 -- Rock band ‘No Doubt’ is suing video game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc. over use of group members' likenesses on its new Band Hero game, which debuted this week on different gaming consoles, according to countless tabloid reports.