Jakks Plans Power Rangers Game System

Saban Brands has tapped Jakks Pacific to develop a new gaming system for the brand Power Rangers and has also renewed its partnership with the toymaker for Halloween costumes.

Jakks will launch the new Hero Portal plug-and-play TV gaming system for the Power Rangers brand this fall.

As previously announced, Saban has also renewed its contract with Jakks’ costume division, Disguise, for Power Rangers costumes in North America. The company is now developing a line based on the brand’s new series “Super Megaforce” that will launch this fall for both kids and adults. 

Saban recently renewed other worldwide costume deals as well. Click here for more.

“Saban has been a valued partner for more than two decades, and we look forward to continuing that relationship and expanding upon our already successful product lines, which include 31-inch figures and costumes that bring to life the Power Rangers legacy,” says Jack McGrath, chief operating officer, Jakks Pacific. “We are launching exciting new costumes for Halloween 2014, including a new Power Rangers Super Megaforce line. In our interactive division, our innovative new Hero Portal gaming system will launch this fall, elevating the brand and giving Power Rangers fans even more of what they love.”

“We have a strong partnership with Jakks and are thrilled to continue working with their expert team. They consistently create innovative costumes year after year, bringing to life the series for fans both young and old,” says Kirk Bloomgarden, senior vice president, global consumer products, Saban Brands. “We are also looking forward to their Hero Portal gaming system, which will offer fans an all-new way to experience adventures with the Power Rangers.”

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