At Comic-con 2012, gaming, comics, sci-fi, and cos-play fans from all walks of life the world over will experience a colossal interactive entertainment lineup from Activision Publishing Inc., according to the company.
Headquartered at booth #5344 in the San Diego Convention Center, Activision is celebrating the theatrical release of the blockbuster hit The Amazing Spider-Man, allowing fans to go beyond the movie and find out what happens next in The Amazing Spider-Man video game, plus showcasing some of the most anticipated fan-favorite games in the industry, including Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, 007 Legends and the all-new The Walking Dead video game based on the hit AMC television series, along with a world premiere of a brand-new super hero video game during the Marvel Games panel on July 14.
"We know how passionate our fans are, and San Diego Comic-Con is always a great opportunity for us to showcase our latest video games," said David Oxford, executive vice president, Activision Publishing. "These are big, iconic franchises and this is our chance to give back and let the hardest-of-the-hardcore play and experience our video games in a unique and fun setting before they hit stores."
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