RANKING THE GAMES OF THE DISNEY AFTERNOON COLLECTION

Each of the six games showcased in the Disney Afternoon Collection are well worth playing but there are some that you’ll want to spend more time with than others. It’s all a matter of taste and some may like certain games more than others, but if you’re playing any or all of these games for the first…

REVIEW: DISNEY AFTERNOON COLLECTION (PS4)

As someone who grew up in the NES era, some of the game’s my eyes were immediately drawn to while either when purchasing or renting a game were those purple bordered Capcom ones, especially those with a Disney license attached to them. Nowadays a game based on a beloved Disney property is normally a match…

SEE THE FIRST DESIGN FOR THE CAPTAIN AMERICA FIRST AVENGER DISNEY INFINITY 3.0 FIGURE

It’s been well over a year since the Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds was released and approaching a year since the termination of Disney Infinity (moment of silence, please). The figure that came with the Battlegrounds play set that you either own and have on display, own and put away or are presently in a bidding war for, was not the…

AVALANCHE SOFTWARE IS NO MORE, LONG LIVE AVALANCHE SOFTWARE!

It’s not very often in an industry as harsh as the video game one can be where you get to report stories about people actually getting jobs instead of losing them. Avalanche Software, the studio that was the mastermind behind the toys-to-life game Disney Infinity which sadly ended last year, has been brought back to life under new management:…

MARVEL BATTLEGROUNDS DEVELOPER UNITED FRONT GAMES CLOSES ITS DOORS

In what appears to be the butterfly effect of the closure of Disney’s interactive division, another developer associated with the company has closed its doors following the cancellation of Disney Infinity and the free-to-play game Marvel Avengers Alliance. Canadian based developer United Front Games, who worked on the Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds play set has closed their doors according to multiple…