Entries in 'licensed' (11)
Nobody buys licenced kids and casual games anymore, right?
Voice chat will not be an out-of-the-box feature for Wii U, Nintendo has confirmed.
Video gaming merchandise has become big business, but both retailers and publishers are still learning what works. James Batchelor details the possibilities and pitfalls of bringing video game brands to ...
Video games themselves can of course be a form of merchandise.
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.
Distributor Realtime will now deliver Blaze accessories to retail.
It’s one of the most successful publisher’s in the sector, but THQ has indicated that it’s to focus less on licensed kids titles in the future.
Media giant and powerhouse IP stable Disney has insisted that it won’t release video games based on its popular movie licenses as a matter of routine – instead, it will ...
Hive Entertainment has signed a deal with Together Plus to distribute its range of Nintendo toys and stationary into the UK market.
Publisher EA has once again poured scorn over the licensed games market – a sector it was once famed for bossing.