The Disney Afternoon Collection PS4 release was on Tuesday, we’ve got our hands on it and given it a right bloody seeing to. Well, we played it for abut 35 minutes and recorded some footage.
Woo-oo! Capcom’s Disney Afternoon Collection is bringing six NES-era Disney games to PC, PS4 and Xbox One in one package.
In the last few years Disney have been spinning out live-action versions of their classics more reliably than a Deliveroo driver on crack. But what happens when they don’t own the rights to one of their classic fairy-tales? Well you get three The Little Mermaid films at once of course!
What on earth is happening with the Kingdom Hearts 3 release date? Over a decade in the making and still unconfirmed despite numerous spin-offs and HD upgrades
In the early ‘90s, Sega developed a number of games for their consoles starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. The most fondly remembered (and critically lauded) was Castle Of Illusion. However its Mega Drive sequel, the oft-overlooked World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, originally released in December 1992, turns 24 years old this […]
Disney recently allowed three of their classic platformers to be sold on GOG.com. Aladdin, The Jungle Book, and The Lion King are now all available for £6.99 a pop each.
Earlier this year Disney announced they would be pulling out of the toys-to-life genre and discontinuing their Disney Infinity range of toys and games. Recently they announced further deadlines and dates of when players can expect the servers to be closed off.