A new report claims that Disney intends to launch one major AAA title and one smaller game in the Star Wars franchise every year.
Starring the likes of Captain Jack Sparrow, Mulan, Mickey Mouse, Sulley, the Beast, and more, Disney Speedstorm is in development for PC and consoles.
Avalanche Studios' co-founder Christofer Sundberg states that the project got cancelled due to "company politics."
Disney and Marvel have announced a games showcase to take place during its D23 event, as digital and physical in-person events.
A deal with Comcast reportedly fell through as recently as last month, while EA has also allegedly approached the likes of Apple, Disney, and Amazon.
Massive Entertainment is inviting those who stay in Malmö, Denmark to playtest for the upcoming first-person sci-fi title.
New Kingdom Hearts Spirits like Riku, Kairi, Aqua, Roxas, Ventus, and more have also been added along with a few new Mii costumes.
Disney and Lucasfilm are running a campaign over the coming weeks that will see various announcements, one of which might be for a new game.
The Kingdom Hearts protagonist has been one of the most requested characters for a Smash game for years, and now caps off support for Ultimate.
The Capcom developed Aladdin for SNES will be included in an updated version of the Disney collection.
Capcom's beloved crossover fighting game might actually end up making a comeback, though nothing it set in stone just yet.
Noted insider Tom Henderson seems to be strongly suggesting that Quantic Dream, the studio behind Heavy Rain, is working on a Star Wars title.
It will build on Avatar's "amazing science fiction world" which is "a great playground" as per Disney and Pixar Games VP Luigi Priore.
Play as a Na'vi who explores the never-before-seen Western Frontier of Pandora, teeming with new characters, creatures and RDA forces.
It's not as easy as tapping up all properties under the Disney umbrella.
Disney continues to get money for the license, so you can see why it might be unconcerned about EA’s handling of Star Wars games.
Tetsuya Nomura was adamant from the get go that a conclusion wouldn't work without Pixar properties.
The multi-year broadcast deal will include live programming and highlights.
EA CEO Andrew Wilson says the company is working hard to "meet the needs of our players".
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