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Call of Duty and Skylanders keep Activision in NPD’s top spots for 2013

Call of Duty and Skylanders keep Activision in NPD’s top spots for 2013

There's a couple of games appearing in NPD's tracking of video games for the end of 2013 that put Activision in a rather healthy spot for entering in this year's full range of releases. With Call of Duty: Ghosts, Activision sees the #1 Top-Selling Next Gen Title through 2013 - that's both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while it remains the best-selling title overall in December as well. Meanwhile Skylanders - as a video game franchise - won best-selling of the entire year for the kids video games category.

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Call of Duty: Ghosts launches globally for Xbox 360 and PS3

Call of Duty: Ghosts launches globally for Xbox 360 and PS3

Activision has announced the official launch of its video game called Call of Duty: Ghosts around the world. Ghosts promises a new story and new innovations for multiple player gaming using a next-generation game engine promising improved graphics. Ghosts marks the first time in the Call of Duty franchise where players are the underdog against an enemy with superior numbers and firepower.

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Call of Duty: Strike Team kicks off a firefight on the iPhone and iPad today

Call of Duty: Strike Team kicks off a firefight on the iPhone and iPad today

If you're massive fan of Call of Duty who owns an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch you may as well get out your credit card and get ready to purchase a new game that is now available. Activision has announced Call of Duty: Strike Team is now available for gamers to purchase on those three iOS devices. Activision says that the game is available exclusively for those Apple devices at launch.

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Call of Duty: Ghosts PC version said to outperform next-gen consoles

Call of Duty: Ghosts PC version said to outperform next-gen consoles

It's long been a solid argument by PC gamers that PC hardware can always outperform consoles any day, but the lack of focus on PC games by developers has lead to a bottleneck of sorts, where studios are simply porting console games to PC without optimizing it to use PC hardware to its fullest extent. However, Infinity Ward says that won't be the case for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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Wii U ZombiU so unprofitable Ubisoft puts Nintendo on notice

Wii U ZombiU so unprofitable Ubisoft puts Nintendo on notice

Dire sales of flagship games for the Wii U have left developers like Ubisoft, Activision, and EA freezing development for Nintendo's console, with launch titles like ZombiU failing to make a profit. The zombie game, one of the featured titles released alongside the Wii U in November 2012, was "not even close" to making a profit, Ubisoft chairman and CEO Yves Guillemot admitted to GamesIndustry, with the studio now having no intention to make a sequel and in fact opting to hedge its bets with cross-platform support on what was initially to be a new Wii U-only game.

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