Starting out as a small independent publisher publishing Atari 2600 games, Activision soon grew to publish on many different platforms. Founded by ex-Atari programmers and a former music industry executive, and have acquired many licenses and made partnerships with many companies.

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CloakNT engine is made by Cauldron HQ in Slovakia. Engine used in: Chaser, Gene Troopers, The History Channel: Civil War - A Nation Divided, The History...

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Soldier of Fortune II

Soldier of Fortune II

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Soldier of Fortune II follows up where the original installment finished off. Boasting one of the finest arsenals of weapons and various different usages...

Doom II

Doom II

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Let the Obsession begin. Again. This time, the entire forces of the netherworld have overrun Earth. To save her, you must descend into the stygian depths...

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines

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First-person roleplaying game, based on White Wolf's popular Vampire: The Masquerade pen-and-paper RPG. Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines combines...

Heretic

Heretic

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Heretic was the first game to use the Doom engine outside of id. Produced by John Romero in cooperation of Raven Software, Heretic promises to be a great...

Star Trek: Elite Force II

Star Trek: Elite Force II

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Unlike the first game, Elite Force II is largely set onboard the USS Enterprise-E stationed in the Alpha Quadrant. The game's storyline is a semi-sequel...

Quake III Arena

Quake III Arena

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Welcome to the Arena, where high-ranking warriors are transformed into spineless mush. Abandoning every ounce of common sense and any trace of doubt...

Quake 2

Quake 2

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Quake 2 is another classic from id software.While not modded quite as much as it's predecessor or Q3A, it is still a blast to play and the mod's on offer...

Call of Duty 2

Call of Duty 2

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Call of Duty, wildly recognized as one of the greatest World War 2 games, gets a face lift with this sequel. The sequel to Call of Duty, the 2003 Game...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

First Person Shooter

The squeal Call of Duty: Black Ops returns with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 propels players into a near future, 21st Century...

Star Wars: Republic Commando

Star Wars: Republic Commando

First Person Shooter

Star Wars Republic Commando is a squad-based first person shooter that lets you explore the elite world of the Star Wars military. Leading a 4-man squad...

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GhOsT11
GhOsT11

You all know that the recent CoD games are **** becouse Activision rushes them to the market.
Look at EA and DICE they make a Battlefield game release it when it is fully functional and afther thow-three years release the next one.that way more peapole buy their games and the product itself if of great quality.
Activision makes a game and afther one year releases a game that is full of bugs and not balanced enough.
So don't blame it all on CoD blame it on Activision!

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deniable_pain
deniable_pain

hahaha yea like they totally didnt rush mass effect 3 yea sure

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krondon57
krondon57

uhh EA is same as activision. :P

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Metal-Payne
Metal-Payne

You might want to do some research. DICE have been making games nonstop at a yearly basis since 1995 all the way up to 2011. Even Treyarch and Infinity Ward makes their games every two years. Not to mention, EA is doing the same thing. Ever since 2010, they have been releasing Both Medal of Honor and Battlefield games year after year at a very rapid pace. BFBC2 then MOH, BF3 and now MOH:WF. EA is doing the exact same thing but with different names.

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ZombieRaider
ZombieRaider

yet battlefield 3's game engine failed, where is your logic

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bradman500
bradman500

I like mw3 but the company is really ****, i would rather stick to valve and play L4D2 :D

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Spr09
Spr09

first you release terrible games that people would only pirate because they suck so bad, and now you support the SOPA bill just so you can get a little extra dough? you guys can gtfo of the gaming industry you facefucks!

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gmh_michael
gmh_michael

its funny how activision gets a lot of hate but you guys do realize that THEY allowed the id tech engines to go open source right?

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Protektor
Protektor

Actually Activision didn't allow anything with the iD engine. All Activision has is a distribution deal with iD Software. They distribute the game and get it in stores for a slice of the sales, that is it, nothing more. It is all iD Software that decides what engine and when the engine source code gets released as Open Source.

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asif_ridwan
asif_ridwan

Where's Spider Man game?

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greenmachine
greenmachine

Butthurt, butthurt everywhere.

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macacos2
macacos2

Yes, people should be glad Activision keep making the same games over and over under different names (but the same pricetag), with few to no modding capabilities just to boost DLC sales which could've been perfectly included along with the game. Ungrateful jerks!

Fortunately, your average joe is usually some ignorant individual who would spend their income on anything that shines. If it weren't for these people, Activision would've gone bankrupt a while back!

Thanks, Activision for making "Call of duty 10", for every person with the mental age of 8 to enjoy!

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koto_azure
koto_azure

Someone make this girl a sammich. :D

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