With theatrical planned and a new animated series primed for delivery, Mind Candy, creators of the Moshi Monster phenomenon, discusses what the future holds as it turn five years old.
Majesco Entertainment is planning a new kids version of its Zumba Fitness video game franchise.
K'Nex has added to its line of Nintendo building sets with new products inspired by Super Mario video games.
Konami has signed a deal to bring Argentinian Football Association teams to its “Pro Evolution Soccer” video game.
Nickelodeon has signed Activision as the master video game licensee for SpongeBob SquarePants.
Mind Candy has unveiled plans for “Katsuma Unleashed,” the third Moshi Monsters video game.
Razor USA is teaming up with Scarab Entertainment for mobile, social and console video games based on the scooter brand.
GameStop USA will have the exclusive on NECA’s new Batman: Arkham Origins Grapnel Accessory prop replica.
Nickelodeon and Activision Publishing have teamed up for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game.
DTI has signed an agreement with SEGA of America to include SEGA’s top games in its in-flight airline entertainment platforms.
Disney U.K. held its Christmas product launch in London Thursday, highlighted by The Disney Dozen–12 products that will lead its Christmas charge.
After seven years, Sony announced plans to replace the PlayStation3 with a new model at an invite-only event held in New York Wednesday.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and The LEGO Group have announced plans for a new LEGO Friends video game.
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.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s PlayStation4 system will launch in November the U.S, Canada, Europe and Latin America.
Ubisoft is bringing its video game franchise Rabbids to smartphones this fall with the new game app “Rabbids Big Bang.”
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has appointed IMC Toys the global master toy for its video game franchise Invizimals.
K’Nex is getting a jump start on licensing one of the most highly anticipated video games of 2014, Respawn Entertainment’s “Titanfall.”
Video game publisher Konami Digital Entertainment has appointed Sandra Arcan as senior manager of licensing and merchandising, EMEA.
Take-Two Interactive Software is taking over the development of World Wrestling Entertainment video games, after the previous developer, THQ, went bankrupt.
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