Entries in 'skylanders' (26)
Activison has announced that a new range of premium Skylanders toys will be coming to the UK later this year.
Comic giant IDW, Crayola, Immediate Media and General Mills have all signed up or extended their deals as licensing partners for Activision’s Skylanders property.
American Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-AIme has insisted that upcoming toy line Amiibo will not compete with Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
The next game in the Skylanders series is, as rumoured, Trap Team.
Skylanders has been such a huge success it has made Activision the biggest seller of RFID tech in the world – but Nintendo refused a proposed partnership with the brand.
Skylanders fans now have a place to gather thanks to a new social initiative from GAME.
Retailer GAME has been named as the exclusive stockist of a new Skylanders figure.
Activision is to reduce the annualised focus of the Skylanders brand.
Activision has announced the Skylanders series has grossed more than $2bn worldwide.
Two years after it took the world by storm, Activision’s Skylanders series has finally made its way to India.
Activision has launched a free companion app for its popular Skylanders franchise.
In his first interview as Activision’s UK MD, Roy Stackhouse speaks to MCV about the success of Skylanders, the launch of Swap Force and why the franchise will live on ...
The Entertainer, WHSmith, and Toymaster are among the retailers who will be selling video games in the run up to Christmas this year.
Real life island the Isle of Skye has been twinned with Skylands, the setting of Activision’s Skylanders series.
Pre-orders for this year’s Skylanders are 60 per cent higher than last year’s smash hit, Skylanders Giants.
Chief financial officer Jay Rasulo has said Disney is “extremely happy” with the early commercial performance of Disney Infinity.
Activision’s Skylanders IP has taken charge of the toy market.
The IGEA welcomes new members this week, while Skylanders breaks a sales record and Saint's Row IV gets classified.
Angry Birds and Pokémon are the latest big name franchise to take on Skylanders as the toy war heats up, but is there enough space to stock them all?
Third party support for Nintendo's new console has been erratic at best, but Activision has confirmed it will support Wii U with six titles this autumn, including Call of Duty: ...
Nintendo's own take on the Skylanders toy/game model will be released next month – but the toys might miss the launch.
Retail rejoice, the next game in the Angry Birds series features physical goods.
UK games retailers will do battle over a possible £1.28bn over the next six months, MCV?can reveal.