Entries in 'Disney Infinity' (15)
The clock is ticking on the online services for the Disney Infinity series.
More people may own toys-to-life games than ever, but players are spending less on them.
The creator of Monkey Island Ron Gilbert has publicly asked Disney for the rights to some of his gaming IP.
Forget the toys-to-life crisis. More than 620,000 UK gamers have bought Disney Infinity 3, LEGO Dimensions or Skylanders Superchargers.
Inside sources at Disney have expressed dismay at the cancellation of the Disney Infinity series.
It may be the biggest name in movies, but Disney's failure in video games is now complete.
Disney Infinity is currently the most popular toys-to-life game in the UK.
There is an onslaught of toys-to-life products about to hit retail.
The executive producer of toys-to-life brand Disney Infinity has seemingly lashed out at Nintendo over the platform holder’s failure to manage the Amiibo supply situation.
From the toys-to-life fun of Skylanders and Disney Infinity to the imaginative gameplay of Minecraft, LEGO and LittleBigPlanet, there’s plenty on offer for young gamers.
Skylanders, Disney Infinity and Amiibo are the biggest accessory winners of 2015 so far, with all three franchises seeing major year-on-year growth.
It’s a little known fact that the term ‘toys-to-life’ is actually an Activision trademark.
Leading UK games retailers expect the toys-to-life genre to get even bigger this year with the arrival of LEGO Dimensions.
Revenue at Disney Interactive fell five per cent year-on-year to $384m during Q1 2015, although income climbed 36 per cent to $75m.
Which was the best selling franchise in 2014 – Disney Infinity or Skylanders? That all depends on who you ask.