While a lot of companies these days are struggling just to meet a certain goal in video game sales (namely THQ – poor fellas), Activision has no problem keeping up in the market.  In fact, it's doing incredibly well.

In a recent financial report, the company indicated that it has no debts owed on any projects (this includes the settlement with the former Infinity Ward heads), and has $3.4 billion in case and investments for 2012.  What's more, the company's profits have moved well past $100 million more than estimated.  The main highlights are the PC games, with the World of Warcraft expansion Mists of Pandaria moving 2.7 million copies and Diablo 3 clearing over 10 million copies.  Skylanders: Giants has been doing remarkably well since its release, too, though specific numbers weren't given.

Activision is having a record year – and that's even before the release of next week's highly anticipated Call of Duty: Black Ops II.  Just imagine how crazy 2013 might get…