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Tag Archives: video games
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
Chances are you are reading this post from your mobile device while camped out in front of the store of your choice waiting for the Blu-ray Combo Pack release of Disney’s animated hit (and Academy Award nominee) Wreck-It Ralph. Good. … Continue reading
In a big production at the El Capitan involving Co-President John Pleasants of Disney Interactive and John Lasseter, Chief Creative Officer for Disney and Pixar, unveiled Disney Infinity the company’s big gambit to get back into the video game space. … 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
When it comes to experiences and details, Disney spares no expense. Hence the opportunity they provided on a recent press trip for a group of bloggers, myself included, to meet Rich Moore and Clark Spencer, the director and producer of … Continue reading