A new selection of new screens and an official trailer which from the recent Jump Festa event in Japan.
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An enjoyable and creative, if somewhat unpolished and potentially pricey, Disney gaming experience for the whole family.
Fresh details, screenshots and a trailer for Disney Interactive and Harmonix's magical Xbox One Kinect title.
Square Enix this morning sent on over a fresh new trailer for Kingdom Hearts 1.5 ReMIX for the PS3 showing off Final Mix along with a large batch of screens and a bit of info.
In addition to play sets and figures for Disney Infinity, Disney Interactive previously announced "Power Discs" for the game, and this morning the company sent over all the details of what will be available at launch. New trailer and product shots included.
A few enhancements here and there can't get around the fact that this portable port of a thoroughly mediocre game is still, ultimately, mediocre.
Disney Interactive is gearing up for their big Disney Infinity release, and today they delivered a new set of assets, including screens, figures and a trailer for The Incredibles play set.
Square Enix this morning sent on over a brand new "Introduction to KINGDOM HEARTS" trailer for Kingdom Hearts 1.5 ReMIX along with a selection of 30 new screens of the HD enhanced PS3 compilation.
Disney Interactive is throwing a lot of weight behind the upcoming release of Disney Infinity, and today they sent over some colorful and creative new screens of the Toy Box mode along with a fresh new trailer.
Disney's Fantasia is making a somewhat unexpected return to the videogame world in a brand new, Harmonix Music Systems-developed game for the Xbox 360 with Kinect and Xbox One. Check out the trailer, screens and announcement.
Disney and EA have officially struck a multi-year deal for Star Wars games for the "core gaming audience, spanning all interactive platforms and the most popular game genres"
Remember Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse for the Sega Genesis? The classic side-scrolling platformer and probably one of the best Mickey Mouse titles ever created? It's finally coming to the current generation.