Traditional toys will always have a place in the toy aisle, but increasingly digital products and properties are driving trends in children’s play.
41 Entertainment and BBC International are teaming up to bring PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures footwear to the U.S. and Canada.
Namco Bandai has teamed up with Poetic Gem for a range of nightwear featuring the classic video game “Pac-Man.”
Konami's Metal Gear Rising is, in fact, rising, as the video game developer and publisher is building the licensing program for the franchise's latest game.
Ubisoft has appointed Performance Brands as the principal agent for its Assassin's Creed gaming property in Asia, Africa and Europe.
In celebration of the upcoming New York Toy Fair, which begins Feb. 10, Toys 'R' Us has teamed up with Activision to give away a new Skylanders Giants character, Ninijini, months before it hits retail shelves.
V&S Entertainment has partnered with Avanquest Software Publishing for a Nintendo DS game based on its preschool property, Everything's Rosie.
SEGA Europe has partnered with Half Moon Bay for a new range of retro gifting products featuring Sonic the Hedgehog.
Activision has unveiled the newest incarnation of its mega-popular Skylanders franchise: "Skylanders Swapforce."
Take-Two Interactive Software is taking over the development of World Wrestling Entertainment video games, after the previous developer, THQ, went bankrupt.
After seven years, Sony announced plans to replace the PlayStation3 with a new model at an invite-only event held in New York Wednesday.
Turner CN Enterprises and D3Publisher are planning two new video games for “Adventure Time” and “Regular Show.”
NECA has released the final two limited edition figures in its collectible Bioshock 2 Splicers range.
Disney hosted a digital parade in London last week to celebrate the launch of Disney Infinity in the U.K.
EA Sports will not publish a 2015 version of its college football video game after an ongoing dispute with the NCAA.
Wizards of the Coast and game developer DeNA have launched the first-ever Dungeons & Dragons mobile game, “Arena of War.”
The new video game “Barbie Dreamhouse Party” is now available across Europe and Australasia, and will arrive in the U.S. in January.
The “Disney Insider” blog has debuted a first look at the new Disney Infinity gaming system.
VIZ Media Europe has added two new licensees for the Japanese video game and TV series Inazuma Eleven.
SEGA Europe is extending the reach of its “Total War” video games in a new deal for novels based on the franchise.
Electronic Arts’ studio DICE has tapped a full slate of licensees for its Battlefield video game brand in advance of the release of “Battlefield 4.”
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