Crash is back
While we remain hopeful the Spyro Reignited Trilogy will eventually make the transition across to the Nintendo Switch, Activision has shared some positive news about the sales of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The multi-platform release has been cited as a fourth-quarter driver in its most recent financial repo
Spyro: Reignited Trilogy is now out available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and there's still no official word about a Switch release. Even after multiple listings - including Nintendo's digital storefront - there's been no announcement. So, what exactly is going on? Not much, apparently. The Toys For Bob producer Peter Kavic appeared on the
No fur, no problem
If you still aren’t sure if the Switch version of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is right for you, perhaps Digital Foundry can help. During a 21-minute analysis comparing every version of the game, the team found the Switch release was "pretty good" - despite certain visual compromises including a lack of fur shading and...
Family Gamer TV's Andy Robertson gets back in touch with a gaming icon
Getting hands on with Skylanders Imaginators at E3 was something of a revelation. We had heard a lot about the character creator before the event but it wasn't until we tried it for ourselves that it became apparent just how in-depth and flexible this is. The interface works...
File under "least surprising news of the day"
In an interview with Examiner, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg said he's open to the idea of a film based on the popular Skylanders series. After the staggering success of The Lego Movie and the recent announcement of a Minecraft flick, Activision looks forward to jumping on the film adaptation bandwagon:...
Compare and contrast
With Skylanders Trap Team being developed by lead developer Toys for Bob on the Wii and Beenox on the Wii U, choosing the best platform to play it on just got a little harder. Stepping into the breach with more Skylanders Trap Team videos are Family Gamer TV. Here, they compare the visual fidelity of different generations of...
Series creator Toys for Bob is handling the Wii and Wii U versions
Skylanders has had a strong relationship with Nintendo platforms from the word go. In many ways its success was in part from capitalising from the high Wii install base in its target demographic. With both Giants and Swap Force selling well on Wii, Wii U and 3DS, all eyes were on...
Developer predicts decision will "haunt them for the rest of their days"
The Skylanders series, developed by Toys for Bob and published by Activision, is currently a phenomenon in the gaming industry, generating huge revenue through both software and the many, many accompanying toys. The combination of a game and toys that directly interact has...