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The combination of Activision and Blizzard Entertainment has formed a global gaming powerhouse, and the future looks bright for Activision Blizzard
In fact, StarCraft II is already the best-selling PC game of 2010 and the fastest selling strategy game of all time (at least until we pull in the numbers from the Call of Duty: Black Ops release). And the recent 10-year agreement with Bungie means that both gamers and investors can look forward to plenty of exciting content from Activision Blizzard for years to come.
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