A character artist takes it upon themselves to design a series of Disney Infinity characters based around the X-Men, showing what could have been had production not ceased.
New details for upcoming Disney Infinity plans reveals even more information about a figure for Doctor Strange which would have been released alongside the movie later this year.
Anonymous sources reveal details about Disney Infinity 4.0, including the inclusion of Star Wars: Episode VIII content, and explain why the franchise was cancelled.
In a surprising turn of events, Disney announces its Disney Infinity toys-to-life brand is ceasing production and Utah-based Avalanche Software is shutting down.
Disney announces plans to continue supporting Disney Infinity 3.0 throughout 2016, with the addition of four new Play Sets based on Marvel, Star Wars, and more.
One editor gives his take on Nintendo’s amiibo figurines and how they are currently being under-utilized by the company, suggesting they find a better purpose.
As gamers are bombarded with existing franchise installments year after year, one author reflects on how important it is for companies to pace their annual releases.
After two years of shaking my head at the toys-to-life genre and calling it a fad, Disney Infinity 3.0 and Lego Dimensions have finally converted me to the dark side.
Reports indicate that Disney Infinity 3.0 is now the most popular toys-to-life video game, with its Star Wars content helping the game pull ahead of Skylanders.
A gameplay clip from Disney Infinity 3.0 possibly reveals a spoiler regarding the origins and backstory of the character Rey from J.J. Abrams’ film The Force Awakens.
Early next year, Disney Infinity 3.0 will introduce a new brawler-style game mode called Marvel Battlegrounds, with new characters and an original storyline.
Disney reveals two additional figures based on the upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens for Disney Infinity 3.0, along with their release dates.
Sony reveals the price point for its upcoming Darth Vader-themed PlayStation 4, as well as the three bundles that it will be available with later this year.
In this week’s Video Game Round-Up, we discuss a new football mode for Team Fortress 2, the Star Wars play sets for Disney Infinity 3.0, Metal Gear Solid explained, and more.
During Disney’s D23 2015 expo, Mickey Mouse’s parent company and Square Enix reveal Kingdom Hearts’ Keyblade as the ultimate unlock for Disney Infinity 3.0.
Disney gives fans their first look at figurines based on characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens that will join Disney Infinity 3.0 later this year.
Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Madden NFL 16, Until Dawn, and Dishonored: Definitive Edition headline a month that contains an ample helping of both old and the new games.