Activision is setting up a mobile games studio in Leeds with former Team 17 boss Martyn Brown.
Ubisoft has announced Rocksmith, a new guitar game intended to teach gamers to play real guitar.
Activision has confirmed that it is to discontinue the DJ Hero franchise, as well as the Guitar Hero series.
Activision has cancelled True Crime: Hong Kong, claiming 'it wasn't good enough'.
Activision has confirmed it is killing off the Guitar Hero franchise, following decline of genre popularity.
The latest Guitar Hero title has sold just 86,000 copies on all formats.
The next game from the mind of Tim Schafer is a hilarious romp through a world inspired mainly by heavy metal album covers. With a kick-ass soundtrack, hordes of evil demons to vanquish and more long hair than you can shake a guitar at, Brütal Legend looks to be a hell of a game!
Tim Schafer thinks fans worry about game sales far too much and urges them to just have fun with his next game.
Activision Blizzard is reportedly getting a bit touchy over Brutal Legend and may be looking for ways to stop EA from publishing the game.
Jeff Kaplan, lead designer of World of Warcraft, has announced that he's started work on Blizzard's next MMO.
Activision admits that the popular video Bike Hero is actually viral advertising, not the work of skilled amateurs.
Atari has confirmed that it has bought the rights to the Ghostbusters game and that it'll be coming out next year.
We're riding rollercoasters made of music, being pelted with neon coloured bricks and screaming out the words to some rather embarrassing power ballads. Have we lost it completely? No. We've just discovered one of the most fluid music-games to date.
Tim Schafer has unveiled his next game, Brutal Legend, a heavy-metal influenced third person action game for 360 and PS3.
Upon releasing Guitar Hero II, Activision decreed that the air guitar was officially dead. Is this the greatest party game ever, and can the bit-tech'ers make the transformation from uber-geeks to rock gods?