Entries in 'toys to life' (24)
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.
Disney’s next toys-to-life sequel will introduce blockbuster behemoths Star Wars and Avengers: Age of Ultron to the franchise.
It seems that Valve’s beloved puzzle-platformer Portal could be coming to LEGO’s toys-to-life debut.
Skylanders, Disney Infinity and Amiibo are the biggest accessory winners of 2015 so far, with all three franchises seeing major year-on-year growth.
It’s a little known fact that the term ‘toys-to-life’ is actually an Activision trademark.
With Skylanders, Disney Infinity, LEGO Dimensions and Amiibo, the toys-to-life space has never been so competitive. But who is going to lose out?
Some of the Disney IP in line for an appearance in the still unannounced Disney Infinity 3.0 have seemingly been revealed online.
Leading UK games retailers expect the toys-to-life genre to get even bigger this year with the arrival of LEGO Dimensions.
LEGO Dimensions appears to be the name of Warner and LEGO’s first foray into the toys-to-life genre.
Yet another company is to enter the toys-to-life category, according to online rumours.
Which was the best selling franchise in 2014 – Disney Infinity or Skylanders? That all depends on who you ask.
Shigeru Miyamoto has outlined plans for future Amiibo products.
Cosmic superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy will be coming to Disney Infinity 2.0.
Entertainment, media and technology market research firm Interpret has revealed that over 72 million children are interested in owning toys-to-life products.
There seems to have been two main reactions to Nintendo’s recent annual loss of $456m. The most prominent is that these huge losses suggest Nintendo’s time is up.
SCEE is teaming up with IMC Toys to produce Invizimals toys.
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?