Shotgun News 10/11: Activision, Skyjacker, and Cannons Lasers Rockets



Activision Sale Cleared by Court

The Delaware Supreme Court has overturned the injunction blocking the sale of Activision. The sale of Activision was put on hold after a lawsuit was filed by shareholder Douglas Hayes. The Delaware Supreme Court ruled that as the sale is a stock repurchase it did not require the approval of minority shareholders. Vivendi and Activision expect to have the sale closed by October 15th.

Digitilus Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Space Combat Simulator

Skyjacker

Skyjacker, a new first person space combat simulator from indie game developer Digitilus LLC is looking to raise funds via Kickstarter. They’re looking to raise $150,000 which will be used for co-op multiplayer, and a mission creator system. Skyjacker is scheduled to release in the summer of 2014 on PC, Mac, and Linux. The Kickstarter will be running until November 22nd and has a variety of rewards for backers.

Cannons Lasers Rockets Arrives on Steam Greenlight

Net Games Laboratory has launched their team based space shooter Cannons Lasers Rockets on Steam Greenlight. The highly competitive shooter is currently in the last phase of closed beta and plans to launch in November of this year.

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