Entries in 'toys' (21)
Activision says its new Skylanders game will compete with the likes of Hot Wheels and Corgi.
Disney’s Interactive games publishing arm has been folded into its consumer products division in an apparent effort to double-down on toys-to-life.
Vehicles are to be the key differentiator in this year’s new entry in the Skylanders series, dubbed Skylanders SuperChargers.
Toy website ToyTesters.tv and gaming outlet FamilyGamerTV are teaming up for a new show that features upcoming products.
On the heels of yesterday’s new amiibo reveals by Nintendo, North American retailers have listed which will be exclusive offerings.
Nintendo has announced a price drop for Donkey Kong, Peach and Yoshi amiibo figures.
Florida-based toy firm Jazwares has expanded its offering in the UK.
LEGO and Mojang are extended their partnership to bring a full range of LEGO Minecraft sets to market.
Activison has announced that a new range of premium Skylanders toys will be coming to the UK later this year.
Rovio’s extensive toy line that will accompany the upcoming Angry Birds Transformers has been priced and pictured for the first time.
MCV’s sister publication ToyNews is to hold a new one-day conference and business networking event for budding toy and game inventors.
Nintendo’s answer to Skylanders and Disney Infinity has been pictured in greater detail.
There seems to have been two main reactions to Nintendo’s recent annual loss of $456m. The most prominent is that these huge losses suggest Nintendo’s time is up.
An official line of licensed Killzone figures is one the way from toy company 3A.
Upcoming Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall is to star in a range of K’Nex construction toy sets.
Two years after it took the world by storm, Activision’s Skylanders series has finally made its way to India.
Jazwares’ new range of Minecraft toys is hitting stores this month.
Toys R Us is looking to work closely with the Let Toys Be Toys consumer campaign group, agreeing to become more inclusive in its marketing of toys to girls and ...
The UK's bestselling toy line is planning to turn up the heat on Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
Activision’s Skylanders IP has taken charge of the toy market.
Nintendo's own take on the Skylanders toy/game model will be released next month – but the toys might miss the launch.