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Analyst – Blizzard may have to announce Titan should Vivendi sell shares in Activision

Wednesday, 27th June 2012 15:12 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Seeking Alpha analyst Jeff Borack believes if Vivendi should sell off a large portion of its shares in Activision, which has been the rumor of late, Blizzard could be forced to disclose information on it’s Titan MMO in order to get investors excited over purchasing stock in Activision. get more through the link.

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  1. Erthazus

    I want that. I really want to see what is new in that iP.

    Mark Morhaime said that they are going to support Titan for 10-15 or 20 years. So i guess this will be the WoW killer by Blizzard.

    but at the same time he said that WoW and Titan can co-exist.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Deacon

    I keep badgering my mate at Blizz for info… but, understandably, his lips are sealed.
    Looking forward to seeing what it’s all about.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Talkar

    @1
    He said that WoW and Titan are completely different kinds of MMO’s, and that people who enjoy WoW won’t necessarily take Titan to their liking, and the other way around. Granted this was said a couple of years ago, and things may very well have changed since then :P

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Yoshi

    You and your American “rumor” :P

    #4 2 years ago
  5. Erthazus

    @3, yeah, it’s true.

    But there was also a rumour that Titan is a casual game to some extent, so maybe “”WoW and Titan are completely different kinds of MMO’s, and that people who enjoy WoW won’t necessarily take Titan to their liking, and the other way around.”" that is why.

    but i can’t see blizzard making a casual game.
    Anyway, i’m always interested in any blizzard product these days even if it is a bad product.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Mineral4r7s

    @#5
    How can you still have that opinion after D3?

    #6 2 years ago
  7. Judicas

    @5 You can’t see blizzard making a casual game? That’s what they’ve morphed WoW into. They don’t care about real gamers anymore at all, only casuals.

    #7 2 years ago
  8. DSB

    The whole casual/core thing is a pretty retarded distinction. There’s no reason why a game can’t be both. I was playing Lost Vikings and the original Warcraft before the age of ten.

    Blizzards problem is with the need to connect and socialize everything, while completely stagnating on design. They obviously want Battle.net to be a platform like Facebook or Microsoft Live.

    I can see how Starcraft 2 was a gift to “the base” who really didn’t want anything more than that, but apart from the networking and matchmaking, it really wasn’t any kind of innovation for me, and that’s a shame.

    I miss the days where you’d pick up a game like Warcraft 3 and be amazed at how far they’d taken the RTS genre.

    Diablo 3 is just a poorly designed reboot that drowns in it’s own connectivity and monetization mania.

    #8 2 years ago