Entries in 'toys to life' (35)
The latest purchase of Swedish games firm Starbreeze is France’s ePawn, a company focused on virtual reality, augmented reality and toys-to-life.
Kickstarted title Fabulous Beasts has had a change of name following trademark issues with Warner Bros.
Activision just announced a new installment in the Skylanders franchise.
More people may own toys-to-life games than ever, but players are spending less on them.
Forget the toys-to-life crisis. More than 620,000 UK gamers have bought Disney Infinity 3, LEGO Dimensions or Skylanders Superchargers.
Generation Media’s assistant media executive Joe Phelan investigates the growing toys-to-life craze and the ad support accompanying its continued rise during 2015/16.
Since Skylanders hit the market in 2011, the toys-to-life market has exploded.
Disney has said that it will not release a new standalone version of its toys-to-life series Disney Infinity in 2016.
The success that is LEGO Dimensions continues with confirmation that the series has achieved another UK sales goal.
YouTube sensation The Yogscast and indie studio Sensible Object have partnered up for a special edition of its toys-to-life title Fabulous Beasts.
Warner Bros' LEGO Dimensions has pushed the revenue made from toys-to-life products to £129m.
One of the key figures behind hit MMO Runescape is partnering with toy maker Tomy to launch a new toys-to-life competitor.
Nintendo has announced that the next wave of Animal Crossing Amiibo figures will be coming to stores in UK very early into 2016.
LEGO Dimensions may be the new player in the toy box, but it’s by no means an unproven competitor.
Disney Infinity is currently the most popular toys-to-life game in the UK.
Last year, MCV predicted that Skylanders would struggle in the face of Disney Infinity 2.0.
There is an onslaught of toys-to-life products about to hit retail.
Watch out Skylanders, Anki believes it can become a new force in toys-to-life with its upcoming racing game: Anki Overdrive.
The latest entry in Disney’s Infinity toys-to-life series will be hitting stores in late August.
Disney’s Interactive games publishing arm has been folded into its consumer products division in an apparent effort to double-down on toys-to-life.
The executive producer of toys-to-life brand Disney Infinity has seemingly lashed out at Nintendo over the platform holder’s failure to manage the Amiibo supply situation.
A new system that integrates video and real-life play has been unveiled by Disney.
Vehicles are to be the key differentiator in this year’s new entry in the Skylanders series, dubbed Skylanders SuperChargers.
A number of new brands destined for LEGO Dimensions have been leaked via the LEGO website.
Whatever you think the future holds for the increasingly busy toys-to-life category, Amiibo continues to be a big success for Nintendo.