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Category Archives: Games
Last month Disney Interactive announced that they would be joining forces with EA to produce Star Wars video games for core gamers. The first title to emerge from that partnership is Star Wars Battlefront. The game is expected to combine … Continue reading
Hang on to your lightsabers…. Electronic Arts has just been announced as the exclusive license holder for core Star Wars games on console, PC, mobile, and tablet devises. Disney Interactive will focus on delivering new Star Wars games for casual … Continue reading
I’ll admit it’s been a while since I’ve played Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the game, but just that with shorter off-season hours, I don’t get to the property as much and when I … Continue reading
An insightful look at how Disney produces video game tie-ins to its movie properties over on Verge. Disney hopes to replicate the success of Temple Run: Brave with the new game Monsters, Inc. Run. But Disney doesn’t develop these games … Continue reading
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom, a card based game that uses ‘portals’ around the park to fight some of Disney’s baddest villains, opened as a free with admission experience and became so popular the system was literally overwhelmed with fans. … Continue reading