Entries in 'skylanders' (71)
Outspoken CEO Bobby Kotick has admitted that his company Activision Blizzard had expected Wii U do fare better than it has for in its short life in the market.
Activision Blizzard has released its full year financial report for 2012, recording revenue of $4.8bn thanks to Call of Duty, Diablo, and Skylanders.
ANZ Skylanders sales revealed this week, while Harvey Norman co-owner puts his foot in it with unthinking games comments.
The third game in the Skylanders phenomenon features characters that can transform.
The phenomenal sales of Skylanders proves there’s strength left in the High Street, says Activision.
25 per cent of all accessories sold in the UK last year were Skylanders toys.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features Disney vs Activision as the battle for video game toys begins.
Call of Duty publisher is making good on its promise to create another billion dollar franchise.
Over 6m Skylanders figures were sold in the UK last year, GfK Chart-Track figures reveal.
It gave up on video games in 2010, but now WH Smith is back on board… sort of.
Fancy opening a Wii U, Tomb Raider or Angry Birds shop? What about a space dedicated to The Sims?
There are two Skylanders mobile games in the works, and one is even heading to the High Street.
Activision has opened special Skylanders concessions in three HMV stores.
Activision Blizzard has unveiled Activate, a new social gaming platform for mobile devices.
It is a myth that the market for kids’ video games is declining.
EA’s powerhouse FIFA franchise remains No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats UK charts for a fourth week.
The sequel to 2012’s biggest selling kids game is taking over London Zoo.
GAME is opening its doors before school to celebrate the launch of Activision's Skylanders Giants.
The biggest toy craze of the past 12 months is ready to rock toy retail all over again.
Mega Brands will bring the popular blind format to the world of jigsaws when it launches its new Skylanders Giants Blind Pack puzzles this October.
Activision now claims to have not one, but two of the biggest franchises in games, serving two very different audiences. MCV asked European VP Michael Sportouch and UK & Ireland ...
Activision has seen its revenues fall, down from $1.15bn in 2011 to £1.08bn in 2012, for the quarter ending June 30th, 2012.
In the fifth of a series of features answering the biggest questions about the industry's future, Christopher Dring shatters the myths behind the shrinking children's sector
Activision has stated that Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure is the No.1 best selling console and handheld game this year.