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Two new trailers for “Disney Universe” – Wall-E & Lion King worlds

Two new trailers for the upcoming video game “Disney Universe” were released by Disney Interactive Studios. It was also announced on Twitter that the game will be at the Disney Gaming Pavilion at D23. Click here to read more about the game, or watch the two following trailers that give a preview of the Wall-E and Lion King themed worlds. (The Lion King one gives some nice hints as to the type of mini-games that will be included in Disney Universe.)

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Disney Interactive Studios Releases More Images from “Disney Universe”

“Disney Universe” is an upcoming title for Xbox 360, Wii, PC, and PS3 from Disney Interactive Studios. It looks like a cross between LittleBigPlanet and Super Smash Brothers, all with your favorite Disney and Disney Pixar characters. Check out this post for a more in-depth preview including the official trailer.

Recently, Disney released more images of some of the characters from “Disney Universe” We already know that Alice (the Tim Burton version,) Mike Wazowski, Stitch, Tron, Nemo, and Pumbaa all make appearances. But now we know that our four classic heroes (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy) will also be playable characters. See below for more images.Read More »Disney Interactive Studios Releases More Images from “Disney Universe”

Disney Interactive Studios Announces “Disney Universe”

Disney Interactive Studios recently held a preview of their upcoming game “Disney Universe.” The game is a first for the developer in a variety of fronts. It allows for characters of one Disney franchise to play in the world of another. It also features characters… Read More »Disney Interactive Studios Announces “Disney Universe”

Disney is raising your kids on social networks

Author and social media strategist Shel Israel gazes into the crystal ball and sees a future populated by children who learned everything they needed to know about how to interact online from a Disney owned Social Network or Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG).
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