It's a new year, and that means it's also time for a new iteration of the Disney Infinity series. Over the past two years, Disney Interactive has been fine-tuning its NFC figure gaming franchise, improving on the previous version in small but welcome ways. There have been some larger changes to the overall as well, but none more visible than the addition of new characters and figures to the ever-expanding roster of Disney properties. With Disney Infinity 3.0, not only are we going to be getting a load of new toys and Play Sets based on the beloved Star Wars license, we're also getting new Toy Box modes that offer more ways to play with the characters you've already collected.
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The Star Wars portion of Disney Infinity 3.0 returns to a galaxy far, far away in Rise Against the Empire, which will span Episodes IV-VI.
The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight will remind you of what the Caped Crusader meant to inspire in us all.
Fans of the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront revivial from EA and DICE should immediately turn their attention to this Reddit thread, where members of the game's development team are answering all kinds of questions from fans on what to expect when the game drops this fall. One of the best pieces of news so far? We're going to get to be our own Han Solo and pilot the Millennium Falcon.
Mario, Luigi and the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom head to Hollywood and Orlando in an epic partnership between Nintendo and Universal Parks & Resorts.
Recent comments from Guillermo del Toro and Norman Reedus suggest that their collaborative survival horror project with Hideo Kojima, Silent Hills, has been cancelled.
One of the top adventure game studios in the industry is partnering up with the house of Iron Man, the X-Men and Thor, with their first project debuting in 2017.
When it was announced that a Mad Max video game was arriving later this year, most discerning gamers and movie fans assumed it would be a quick cash-in on Mad Max: Fury Road. The new trailer, our first extended look at the game, is a nice reminder that we shouldn’t be so quick to judge. Simply titled Mad Max, the game isn’t specifically based on the new movie. Instead, it seemingly borrows from all four films to create an open-world game that encompasses everything you love about George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action series.
About a month ago, surprising news broke that Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda might at long last get the live-action treatment with a Game of Thrones-style Netflix series, odd considering the video game juggernaut’s usual reticence with intellectual properties. Now, Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has reportedly denied the project’s development, albeit with a bit of wiggle room.
Everybody hold on to your pants because Batman: Arkham Knight has been rated "M for Mature" and we're freaking out.