Activision Confirms CoD, Guitar Hero, Tony Hawk and Spider-Man Games Due in 2010

#1
http://www.shacknews.com/onearticle.x/62315

Publisher Activision Blizzard today confirmed that, as expected, it plans to unleash a deluge of fresh entries in its popular franchises by the end of calendar year 2010, including new Call of Duty, Tony Hawk, Guitar Hero and Spider-Man games.

In addition, the company reaffirmed that Blizzard's anticipated sequel StarCraft II and World of Warcraft expansion Cataclysm are slated to arrive sometime during the year.

The new Tony Hawk entry will once again utilize the motion-sensitive skateboard peripheral released alongside 2009's Tony Hawk: Ride.

Rumors have previously suggested that this year's Call of Duty entry will be handled by Call of Duty: World at War developer Treyarch, and could be set in the Vietnam-era.
Shitvision indeed.
 
#11
God another game for that horrible skateboard, it either means they need to recoup the money in anyway they can.....or enough people bought that piece of shit to warrant a sequel
 
#16
Raide said:
Did it sell that well to really warrant another?
It sold 100k+ the first month. I don't think anything was said about it afterwards. Still, the board itself is broken. Building a game around it is just going to end the same every time.
 
#22
markatisu said:
God another game for that horrible skateboard, it either means they need to recoup the money in anyway they can.....or enough people bought that piece of shit to warrant a sequel
Has it been established that the fault lies with the hardware and not the software?
 
#45
Publisher Activision Blizzard today confirmed that, as expected, it plans to unleash a deluge of fresh entries in its popular franchises by the end of calendar year 2010, including new Call of Duty, Tony Hawk
EDIT: read OP
 
#48
I wonder what they are going to do with the spider-man game this year. I enjoyed Web of Shadows for the most part, it just felt like it needed a bit more polish.