What's Activision's Next Move?

Activision is on the case when it comes to making money and mercilessly killing off the less cash lusty developers, and after yesterday confirming they’re cutting another couple of IP’s (Tony Hawk and Guitar Hero) the monster company from creative hell are all set for the next step. So what's next for the publishing giant?

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GCO Gamer2832d ago (Edited 2832d ago )

I think there next move, would be to market their other upcoming titles more explicitly.

Cajun Chicken2832d ago

I feel sorry for the divisions and staff members got lost, but in a lot of honesty, the 'Hero' brand was really tired and those kind of games are old now. I'm also hoping Tony Hawk pretty much stops, those died last generation to be exact.

I for one am really glad that Activision left Radical and Prototype 2 alone. I tell you what I'm not happy with, surely all the closing down and cutting budget done today probably would of been enough to keep a studio like Bizzare.

Now bring Crash Bandicoot back. Vicarious Visions, digital download titles. The GBA games were great, set them down to it.

I can't wait for CoD (Especially the online game) to die now that IW's future is in question.

Doctorofreality2832d ago

yo can almost hear the cash registernow..

nskrishna22832d ago (Edited 2832d ago )

Activision's Next Move:

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2-1 (releases March 2012). You can only level up to half of the total multiplayer ranks, for further leveling up, you have to buy
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2-2.
As for the single player, 1 hour gameplay, at the end of which we get the screen 'Will (Enter Hero's name here) survive the incoming horde of (enter enemy name here) troops?. To find out, buy our next game, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2-2. Coming November 2012. Just $60'

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