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The creator of Monkey Island Ron Gilbert has publicly asked Disney for the rights to some of his gaming IP.
Inside sources at Disney have expressed dismay at the cancellation of the Disney Infinity series.
It may be the biggest name in movies, but Disney's failure in video games is now complete.
A defiant ESA, the organiser of E3, says the LA expo is ‘essential and critical’ to the games industry.
Disney has said that it will not release a new standalone version of its toys-to-life series Disney Infinity in 2016.
A supergroup comprised of games, film and TV veterans has come together to create a new triple-A company dedicated to producing VR content.
An impossible dream of creating a triple-A Star Wars RPG has, unsurprisingly, been cancelled by its creator.
Disney has suggested that it could yet greenlight cancelled title Star Wars 1313 for development.
US digital and satellite cable network Disney XD will air an hour-long special featuring Mario Kart 8 competitions next week, Nintendo has revealed.
Disney and Google have teamed up to promote upcoming movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a virtual reality app designed for Google Cardboard.
Disney Interactive has officially ‘retired’ a huge number of iOS and Android games.
Disney’s 2014 animated film Big Hero 6 will get its own dedicated world in Square Enix’s upcoming RPG Kingdom Hearts III.
The latest entry in Disney’s Infinity toys-to-life series will be hitting stores in late August.
A launch shipment of Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes was almost delayed on its way to retail thanks to some moths.
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.
It's not all about Battlefront at this year's E3 - Sony has also locked down a deal for the Star Wars-featuring next entry in Disney's Infinity series.
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.
The Force looks like it will be very strong in Disney Infinity 3.0.
Battlefront won’t be the only Star Wars game on offer later this year.
A new system that integrates video and real-life play has been unveiled by Disney.
Disney’s next toys-to-life sequel will introduce blockbuster behemoths Star Wars and Avengers: Age of Ultron to the franchise.
A series of job cuts has been made throughout Disney Interactive, specifically the team behind kids games platform Club Penguin.
Some of the Disney IP in line for an appearance in the still unannounced Disney Infinity 3.0 have seemingly been revealed online.
Flavia Timiani-Dean’s route into the games industry came via her language degree, which landed her a place working in the kids and educational division for the CD-I at Philips Media ...
Revenue at Disney Interactive fell five per cent year-on-year to $384m during Q1 2015, although income climbed 36 per cent to $75m.