Tagged With toys-to-life


In Ubisoft's toys-to-life adventure, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, players are given access to a virtual (or physical) armada of starships and set loose in a gorgeous alien solar system, where they're free to do the same seven or eight things over again until the game ends or they get bored.


It’s seldom simple figuring out which, if any, version of a Ubisoft game to buy. Now they’ve made a toys-to-life game that we like, but figuring out which figures and accessories to buy to enjoy Starlink: Battle For Atlas is confusing.

Ubisoft complicates things further by allowing players to purchase digital versions of the toys instead of physical ones. Don’t worry, we’ve got it all figured out.


After two years spent bringing together characters from 30 different cartoon, television and movie properties in one massive virtual playground, LEGO Dimensions is officially done.


After releasing new installments every year since its 2011 debut, toys-to-life pioneer Skylanders is taking the year off. Announced during Activision's 4th quarter 2016 financial results conference call, Skylanders is sticking to new toys and digital content for 2017.


While the competition bows out of the toys-to-life genre, Skylanders is finding new things for fans to buy. Today's worldwide launch of Skylanders Battlecast adds physical trading cards to the mix.


With yesterday's release of the three figures comprising the fifth and final wave of announced toys our first trip around the LEGO Dimensions is complete. Let's take a look at the massive cross-property army and what it cost to assemble them.


It's been a long time coming, but Nintendo finally took the lid off its wonderful new box of toys this morning during its E3 address. They're called "Amiibo", and the basic idea is that they're turning all of our favourite Nintendo characters into playable action figures that also augment gameplay in a number of upcoming titles beginning with the Wii U's Super Smash Bros. out this Christmas.