This year's toy fair season will culminate in New York City with a remarkable lineup of blockbuster toys from the world's largest licensors and licensees.
Level-5 has revealed that the newest game in the Professor Layton game series, “Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy” will be released around the world, July 20.
Atari and Dynamite Entertainment will continue their partnership to create new comics based on Atari’s video games with the launch of Centipede #1.
Lucasfilm and Electronic Arts have revealed that the video game “Star Wars Battlefront II” will launch globally this November.
Independent video game developer StudioMDHR has tapped King Features to represent its video game property “Cuphead” for licensing.
Blizzard Entertainment has partnered with Good Smile Company, a Japanese collectible figure maker, to create a new collectible figurine based on Mei from its video game “Overwatch.”
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Tim Kilpin discusses the strategies and goals of the company's new consumer products division, designed to integrate all business sectors and drive future growth for the entertainment and gaming licensor.
Compulsion Games has retained Striker Entertainment to serve as the worldwide licensing agent for the video game “We Happy Few.”
CBS Consumer Products has tapped GameCo to develop a new skill-based gambling video game based on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.”
Artist Nick Koenig (aka Hot Sugar) and Viacom have released a new VR music and gaming experience, titled “The Melody of Dust.”
Nintendo has partnered with Mojang and Microsoft to bring the “Super Mario” and “Minecraft” franchises together in one game.
Mattel and Nintendo have joined forces to produce a special “Super Mario”-themed edition of Mattel’s Uno for the Japanese market.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have unveiled “Batman: Arkham VR,” the first virtual reality experience that allows fans to be Batman like never before.
Video game merchandise specialist Merchoid, under license from Hasbro and Square Enix, will release a “Final Fantasy VII” Monopoly board game in April 2017.
Ubisoft has announced that the Rabbids Amusement Center will open Aug. 29 in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, a suburb of Montreal.
Seven North American e-sports teams have joined forces to create an organization dedicated to professional players, titled Professional eSports Association.
Microsoft has appointed Beanstalk to represent its video game console brand Xbox in the U.K., Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Warner Bros. will acquire Machinima, the global programming service focused on fandom and gamer culture.
Square Enix has partnered with Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt to bring fans exclusive in-game content and a chance to win prizes based on the video game “Dragon Quest Builders.”
Disguise, the Halloween costume division of Jakks Pacific, has partnered with Mojang and Microsoft to create children’s Halloween costumes based on the video game “Minecraft.”
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