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Blizzard has quietly confirmed rumours that the company will be looking to add in paid-for character customisation to World of Warcraft in the future.
Activision Blizzard has announced that the upcoming StarCraft 2 is to be split into three different games.
Activision has signed a deal with IGA Worldwide to deliver adverts to PlayStation 3 users.
Want to know what's in the Collector's Edition of Call of Duty: World at War, or do you just want the system specs? We have both!
Brett Ratner has been pressuring Activision to let him make a Guitar Hero movie it seems, but Activision is saying no.
The full setlist for the new Guitar Hero game, Guitar Hero: World Tour, has been leaked.
World of Warcraft is getting slow, gradual updates to the graphics according to Blizzard who want a more organic approach to development.
Blizzard has confirmed that there will be no returning classes in Diablo 3 save for the Barbarian.
Blizzard may just be finishing off the current Diablo story arc with the anticipated third game in the series, but it doesn't mean it will end it there.
The Art Director for Diablo 3 has resigned suddenly, but Blizzard insists this will not effect the finished game.
Activision has released a new product schedule, with no mention of Ghostbusters or Brutal Legend, both of which may be lost in the merger.
According to analysts, the future of computer input could be radically altered by the success of...Guitar Hero?
Blizzard's Rob Pardo has confirmed that it is theoretically possible for Diablo to appear on consoles, though there are no plans at the moment.
Blizzard may have just announced Diablo 3, but the word is that the developer still has at least one more trick up it's sleeve.
At the Blizzard Worldwide Invitational in Paris, Blizzard has unveiled the long awaited sequel to Diablo 2 for PC and Mac.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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