Entries in 'licence' (61)
Sir Alex Ferguson might be calling time on his relationship with the beautiful game, but EA wants its love affair to continue.
A huge array of new licensed Skylanders products will hit retail this summer.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will return to games retail this year in a new line of accessories from Lazerbuilt.
The Asian Football Confederation Champions League licence will be present and correct in future versions of PES.
Jazwares has been appointed by Mojang as a global partner for toys and electronics for the popular Minecraft property.
UK peripherals specialist Accessories4Technology has won the licensing rights to create products based on the Plants vs Zombies series.
Canadian developer Roadhouse Interactive has become the latest studio to get its hands on an official Warhammer license.
The WWE video game series will live on following an acquisition from Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two.
Claims are circulating that pre-owned Wii U consoles are able to access digital content purchased by the machine’s previous owner.
The STALKER IP has a new home.
Independent Danish developer Full Control has won the Space Hulk video games licence from Games Workshop.
Total War developer Creative Assembly has been handed the Warhammer licence by owner Sega.
This year’s instalment of Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series is stepping up the licencing war with EA’s FIFA IP.
The Madden NFL series has survived a fierce legal dispute between EA and the NFL.
The Next World Rally Championship game will be published in the UK by PQube this October.
Fans of Scottish club Rangers may face the prospect of their team being excluded from this year’s incarnation of FIFA.
A new multi-year agreement has been agreed between Codemasters and motorsport body F1.
Owners of Forza Motorsport 4 will finally be able to get behind the wheels of a number of Porsche’s most famous vehicles in May.
Sonic merchandise is in “hot demand”, says Sega. The publisher launched a licensing drive for its mascot last year, and has partnered with a range of companies to put Sonic’s face ...
System 3 has secured a new long-term deal with Ferrari.
D3Publisher has acquired the rights to publish games based on DreamWorks movie IPs, following THQ’s retreat from the sector.
We’re used to publishers broadening their reach and distancing themselves from the core, but a new strategic shift from THQ is seeing it do the opposite.
It’s going to be a Mario Kart Christmas if Nintendo gets their way, as the firm has teamed up with Tomy for a range of new toys.
Its long development cycle may give the impression of fraught relationships behind the scenes, but developer Gearbox has got nothing but praise for 20th Century Fox.
The NBA has extended its longstanding deal with publisher Take-Two that will see label 2K Games continue to make its popular NBA 2K series.