Hmm... Blizzard goes back to like 91, Activision 79, Vivendi 96ish?...I honestly never cared about the Activision half of Activision/Blizzard. I did buy WarCraft 3, StarCraft, StarCraft 2, and Diablo 3 and played a bit of Hearthstone. Other than that, I’m not sure I ever bought a game from the company. I do still love Blizzard’s characters but it is getting harder to separate the IP from the developer with the recent allegations.
As far as I can tell it started to go south after the merger (which I still don't think works in video game companies except solely for distribution not for creative content). So to me the solution is to fire the board hire new board members and offer golden parachutes to no one but rather turn the whole thing over to the fbi to handle. Either they step down and face the music or they can be fired but either way they gotta go.
Then it's back to work and with creative content being the obvious starting point let the game devs iunno develope games and stuff.
Seems they're dragging their feet!