That was fun! Delays for both StarCraft II and Battle.net, mental Xbox Live comparisons and Mike Morhaime beaten down by a brutal double analyst clothes line. Activision Blizzard’s Q2 earnings report could have been a lot drier.
You were in bed, or having sex with the dog, or something. We weren’t. We’re here for you.
- Acti Blizz beats $1 billion revenue in Q2
- StarCraft II pushed in first-half 2010 to match Battle.net relaunch
- Blizzard lowers full-year guidance on SCII delay
- Kotick: New Battle.net will be “a service similar to Xbox Live”
- Acti Blizz Q2 earnings call – the full transcript
- Kotick: I would raise game prices even further
- Acti Blizz explains Battle.net delay, points to “premier online gaming destination”
- Acti Blizz game kiosks and demos to be in stores this holiday
- CoD4 has sold close to 14 million units
- ActiBlizz Q2 financials: New Bond game in the works
- Activision: Blur slated for store shelves in November
- Hawk: Ride will only get US, UK and German launches this year
- ActiBlizz Q2 financials: Griffith gives hardware estimates for 2009
- Morhaime: “Correct to conclude” that two Blizzard games will hit in 2010