Entries in 'merchandise' (19)
Retailers can shortly order video game clothes and toys via UK firm White Room Games.
Skyrim, Fallout and Dishonored developer Bethesda has launched a new online merchandise store.
Konami has teamed up with US firm Creative Minx Marketing to handle licensing and retail programs for next month’s Metal Gear Rising.
Square Enix has blocked access to its Official Merchandise store following a suspected hacker attack.
Australian studio Half Brick has licensed several companies to begin producing consumer products for its bestselling casual franchise Fruit Ninja.
CCP Games is looking at more ways to sell real-life products to players in exchange for in-game money.
EA has kicked off a licensing drive for Mass Effect 3, with accessories, figures, posters and more ready to rock retail this Friday.
The mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds will get its own line of retail stores, developer Rovio has announced.
Fans of Angry Birds can now embarrass themselves with a new range of themed Halloween outfits and headpieces.
Angry Birds developer Rovio has set itself the goal of attracting 1bn fans as it plans to crack the Chinese market.
Digital games are changing the merchandising business by bridging the gap between physical and virtual goods. For example, most Moshi Monsters toys are accompanied by a promotional code that offers ...
Pokémon Black and White have sold 3m copies in the US and Europe within their first two weeks on sale.
Sega Europe will up the ante of its licensing program this year, securing new merchandising deals for its hottest properties, such as Sonic The Hedgehog.
The Angry Birds will soon be flying onto screens in a new animated form.
The most popular iPhone game of all time is flocking from handhelds to the High Street.
Christmas approaches, and video games once again find themselves competing with toys, gadgets, books and other items as they try to grab gifters’ attention.
Mind Candy, the maker behind popular online game, Moshi Monsters, has forecast over $100 million in retail sales of products based on the brand in 2011.
Square Enix has beefed up its merchandising offer in the UK – with designs on selling toys and figures through all major retailers.
Hive Entertainment has signed a deal with Together Plus to distribute its range of Nintendo toys and stationary into the UK market.