Disney Infinity may have seemed like a long shot for the entertainment company, but the toy-centered game has managed to move a rather impressive 3 million starter pack units since debuting in August of last year.
Disney Interactive announced today that a new Star Wars space combat game is in development. No, it's not a TIE Fighter remake. It's Star Wars: Attack Squadrons, a brand-new multiplayer title played through web browsers.
Disney and Microsoft are partnering up, utilizing the power of Kinect to turn your body into a finely-tuned musical instrument with the upcoming rhythm game, Fantasia: Music Evolved.
Disney's toy and game tie-in called Disney Infinity lets players take control of popular Disney characters and with the accompanying toy recognition device. The new venture is expected to be as big as Activision's Skylanders brand but we won't know how big it will be because the June release has been scrapped for an August window. Why? Retailers.
Disney Interactive is looking to cash in on the kids who love the Skylanders approach to gaming: using real-life action figures to help fuel in-game progression. Bridging toys with gameplay, Disney Infinity enables consumers to buy figurines and figurine bases and when played in connection with the game, it unlocks new missions, playable characters and in-game content.
A short and sweet new developer diary was released from Junction Point Studios and Disney Interactive and it's basically about how famed comic book writer and animation storyteller Marvin Wolfman was contracted to work with Warren Spector and Junction Point in bringing Epic Mickey 2's story and characters to life.
You thought EA's claim of spending $200 million and having 800 people labor away on Star Wars: The Old Republic was massive? Well, Warren Spector and crew at Junction Point Studios seem to be trying to rival that standard with Epic Mickey 2.
A tweet went out earlier today officially acknowledging that Black Rock Studios has officially closed its doors. The studio vets have moved on to other development teams, and a few members have formed a micro-studio known as ShortRound Games.
Gamers can take to the high seas in Disney Interactive and TT Games’ brand new family-adventure game, LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean for major home consoles and handheld devices.
Gazillion Entertainment is taking the Marvel Universe Online MMO away from the monthly subscriptions and basing the game around cash shop monetization. Not only that but they’re doing what DC Universe had originally planned and will let players play through the entire story as some of their favorite iconic super heroes.
Disney Interactive Studios and TT Games announce today that the semi-movie-based video game, Lego Pirates of the Caribbean, will be arriving in May for the Nintendo 3DS, accompanying its multi-platform counterparts.
Propaganda Games is no more. Disney Interactive revealed today that they have shuttered the Vancouver studio.
Disney Interactive is celebrating the release of the new Tron Legacy with brand new downloadable content packs for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of TRON Evolution.
Disney Interactive wanted gamers and game music enthusiasts to know that a new behind-the-scenes featurette has been released for the game, along with a release date for the game's soundtrack.
Disney Interactive wanted all you light-disc loving Tron fans out there to know that TRON Evolution is currently available for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and all those other platforms, too.