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Disney Interactive Studios is gearing up to launch its new “Disney Infinity” franchise this summer, and has added “Cars” to the initial group of properties that will be part of the bow. In the game…
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Activision's gamble has paid off: The videogame giant's "Skylanders" franchise has generated more than $500 million in the U.S. since it debuted in October 2011, and reached the mark faster than any…
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