Microsoft now owns Zork, Leisure Suit Larry, and After Dark #Microsoft #Gaming @TheLunduke
Microsoft just bought Activision Blizzard. Which means Microsoft now owns games like World of Warcraft and Call of Duty. The news has been reporting on that, non-stop, all day.
Take a step back for a moment. Let’s think about the classic games that Microsoft now owns. The list is absolutely staggering. Here is a partial list of classics that Microsoft now owns. Most of us are aware of the recent stuff.
The list goes on and on. But, what about the classics? Like the classic-classics? Well. It’s Activision. So…
Zork (via Infocom)
It gets more intense. Did you know that Vivendi was part of Activision? You know who Vivendi owned? Sierra Online. That means that Microsoft now owns:
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