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World of Warcraft Subscription Numbers Climb to 7.8 Million
Thought World of Warcraft was going out of style? The rise in subscription numbers beg to differ, as Blizzard proudly announced that its user base reached 7.8 million by the end of 2013.
Deep Down Delayed, Won’t Arrive in Japan Until After Summer
Excited for the PlayStation 4 exclusive from Capcom? Well don't get too excited, as Deep Down's release in Japan has been delayed to sometime after the summer season. As for when it'll make it west...? I don't recommend holding your breath in anticipation.
Diablo III Sells 15 Million for Activision Blizzard
Diablo III has surpassed the 15 million sales landmark, Activision announced during an investor's call. That figure is certainly nothing to sneeze at. Blizzard's loot-filled franchise really is something special.
Double Fine Humble Bundle Serves Up Psychonauts, Brutal Legend
If you're looking to score a few games on the cheap and help out a good cause in the process, head over to the Humble Bundle site and drop a few bucks. You'll get a quality helping of Double Fine titles, including Psychonauts and Stacking.
The Last of Us Wins GOTY at DICE 2014 Awards
Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic adventure took home the Game of the Year Award at this year's DICE 2014 Awards. This should hardly come as a surprise, considering all of the accolades this game has received since it launched in 2013. Check out all of our Best of 2013 Awards.
Skylanders Sells Over 175 Million Figures
Creating a new genre in gaming takes a strong belief in your concept, but Activision has pulled it off with Skylanders now crossing over billion in revenue. For more on Skylander's story so far, check out this infographic.