Today its Return to Castle Wolfenstein [Platinum Edition] a 2001 first-person shooter game developed by Gray Matter Interactive and published by Activision for Microsoft Windows. The game was subsequently released for PlayStation 2, Xbox, Linux, and Macintosh.
Today it’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 a 2001 sports (skateboarding) video game the third main title in the Tony Hawk’s series. It was developed by Neversoft and published by Activision for the PlayStation 2 (PS2), PlayStation, GameCube, and Game Boy Color.
Today it’s Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven a 2003 action-adventure stealth game developed by the Capcom development studio K2 LLC and published by Activision, and From Software in Japan for the PlayStation 2 (PS2).
No one can say that World of Warcraft isn’t the master of subscription based MMORPGs but the games number to fluctuate and this is one of those times again. The most recent subscriptions numbers for World of Warcraft were released yesterday in the Activision Blizzard earnings report for the second quarter of 2012.
Activision has announced that it’s bringing a high definition version of the highly popular and annoying pig murdering sim to consoles.
I have played the free version of Angry Birds on my phone and its good for a free game. The only real problem I got with this release is are they releasing only the first game? or will the other Angry Birds games (Seasons, Rio, Space, Magic) come included or will they be released separately some time in the future too?
After yesterdays leaked information about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, see it here and here. Activision and Infinity Ward has created four teaser trailers that confirm it all.
You can watch them below, each video shows one of the four countries that feature during the game. They don’t show any actual gameplay but they do show detailed recreated city landscapes such as London.