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Activision Japan is the Activision video games company in Japan. It was founded in 2001 as Fox Interactive Japan.

Fox Interactive JapanEdit

2001-2002Edit

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2002-2004Edit

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RKO GamesEdit

2004-2009Edit

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In 2004, it was sold to RKO Pictures and become RKO Games.

2009-2010Edit

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Activision JapanEdit

2010-presentEdit

Later it was sold to Activision Blizzard in mid-2010.

Activision Blizzard
Activision (Others | Trailer variants) | Beenox | Blizzard Entertainment | DemonWare | FreeStyleGames | High Moon Studios | Infinity Ward | Radical Entertainment | Raven Software | Sierra Entertainment | Sledgehammer Games | Toys For Bob | Treyarch | Vicarious Visions (Alchemy) | King

International:
Activision Japan


Defunct:
7 Studios | Activision Value | Bizarre Creations | Budcat Creations | Luxoflux | RedOctane | Shaba Games | Underground Development | Vivendi Games | Neversoft | Berkeley Systems | Dynamix | Fox Interactive | The Blast Furnace | Yosemite Entertainment

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RKO Holdings
Film production and distribution:
RKO Pictures (Others | Trailer variants | Closing variants) | RKO Home Entertainment (Others)

Television production and distribution:
RKO Television (Others)


Broadcast television:
RKO Channel (Others) | RKO Channel 2 (Others)


Former:
RKO Games


Defunct:
Radio Tower Channel (Others)

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