Activision losses less than expected
Number-two publisher's $18 million shortfall beats own guidance--but next-generation development costs cut into bottom line.
Activision no longer forging Iron Man
Publisher reveals it no longer has game rights for classic comic franchise; Marvel says new license holder will be revealed in the fall.
UK game charts: June 4-10
Football fever causes EA's 2006 FIFA World Cup to rise to the top, while three new entries make an appearance in the top 10.
UK game charts: May 28-June 3
Hitman: Blood Money stares down the opposition as Eidos keeps hold of the top of the UK charts.
UK game charts: May 21-27
Hitman: Blood Money makes a killing on the chart, with Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis also making its debut.
UK game charts: May 13-20
Ahead of the World Cup in Germany, football titles dominate the top five; X-Men: The Official Game is the highest new entry.
Nintendo announces European release schedule
Lots of titles head to the DS and GameBoy Advance, but the GameCube is largely overlooked in the run-up to the Wii.
Shippin' Out May 15-19: New Super Mario Bros., X-Men
New Super Mario Bros., multiplatform movie tie-ins with X-Men: The Last Stand and The Da Vinci Code highlight the thin week after E3 2006.
E3 06: Wii COD 3, PS3 Spidey, 360 Tony Hawk on Activision's E3 plate
WWII soldiers, superheroes, skaters hit all three next-gen consoles this fall, along with Marvel.
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