They’re going to make SO MUCH MONEY!
Create the Skylander you’ve always wanted.
The next in the franchise lets you design your own customizable characterss
Activision attempts to print money in CCG form.
Customizable figurines? For mobile? WHAT IS THIS?!
Be it land, or sea, or air, there are several vehicles to traverse each one. Ever since Activision invented the toys-to-life genre with the original Skylanders, they've had to compete with Disney Infinity. While both…
With LEGO Dimensions entering the fray, the battle for licensed toys that come to life in games is heating up!
GameRevolution heads to the studio of all the popular Skylanders, Vicarious Visions, based in New York.
This is now relevant to my interests.
Skylanders SuperChargers Dark Edition Showcasing at Comic-Con, Features Dark Bowser and Dark Donkey Kong
Dark Turbo Charge Donkey Kong and Dark Hammer Slam Bowser sound tough, but they’re totes adorbs!
By land, sea, and air! To Activision's chagrin, Amazon accidentally outed Skylanders SuperChargers several days ago, and I know what most Skylanders fans were thinking when they heard about this new installment from Vicarious Visions:…
Kept Kaos in a plastic box. My fondness for video games grew partly out of the interaction it afforded my brother and I, though the more I came to understand the value of a dollar…
Is this a trap? At my hands-off showing of Skylanders Trap Team, a world of flying dinosaurs, candy-barfing piñatas, and tomato-shooting artichokes were presented to me in such a way that if there were only one…
The next entry in Activision’s popular toy-centric franchise promises to pack plenty of family-friendly fun.
It's a tarp! At my appointment, a single glance at all the translucent hammers on the table and the new Portal of Power now adorned with a speaker, and I was instantly curious about Skylanders Trap…
Just imagine how much more successful Wii U would be right now if Nintendo just gave Spyro a chance.
Shocker, we know. If it makes boatloads of money, why not release a new one every year, right?