There's something inexcusably adorable about taking a virtual child, stuffing them into a big-headed, full-body Disney costume and then tossing them off a cliff.
Put a video game on the Nintendo 3DS and weird things can happen, including random pirate battles.
Between Disney's 1982 classic Tron and its flash 2010 sequel lies Tron: Evolution, the video game that seeks to bridge the gap between the two films. This is one shaky bridge.
Mickey Mouse is no Super Mario. He's the star of a more unusual kind of game on the Nintendo Wii, a game that starts poorly but finishes as one of the best hero stories of the year.
That's So Raven's Kyle Massey and Jennifer Grey of Dancing with the Stars and Dirty Dancing fame show off their moves at the New York launch of Disney's Epic Mickey.
Artist Len Peralta commemorates this week's release of Epic Mickey by adding creator Warren Spector to his "Geek a Week" collectible card art project. Check out more art and a podcast interview with Spector at the "Geek a Week" website.
Following in the footsteps of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Harry Potter, Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean is the next film franchise to get the LEGO treatment from TT Games.
No matter how Propaganda Games' video game companion to Disney's Tron: Legacy turns out, it will always have two tracks from Daft Punk's movie score to make it worthwhile. Disney Interactive details the music of Tron: Evolution.
Disney's upcoming action role-playing game Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned has been canned and that the studio behind the game are laying folks off today, Disney confirmed to Kotaku today.
According to Warren Spector, it isn't the story of Epic Mickey that's important; it's how you relate to the story.
I really wish Disney Epic Mickey was just a platformer.
Toy Story 3: The Video Game's toy box opens up the world of the upcoming movie to exploration, experimentation and even a little bit of level creation.
I'm a fan of Disney Guilty Party and its "mystery machine".
Enough. I am officially declaring this Double Down-eating developer competition over. Electronic Arts may not have really set the land-speed record for consuming Kentucky Fried lard, but it did raise $1,000 for - wait for it - cancer research.
This Sunday I facetiously suggested that an Activision game tester had claimed the world record fastest time for eating a horrible meat sandwich called the Double Down. Disney Interactive Studios wants it known they have just obliterated the mark.
Routine trips to the airport will never be the same, now that Disney Interactive Studios has released a playable demo of action racing game Split/Second on Xbox Live.
Think of it as Guess Who for the Wii set, or, if you're in mixed company and want to sound smart, maybe Mastermind.
Wii owners who have suffered through countless me-too mini-game collections and lame party games often consider the term "family-friendly" the kiss of death.
Part racing game, part blowing stuff up, Black Rock Studio's Split/Second hits May 18, Disney Interactive Studios announced today.
When Disney Epic Mickey hits the Wii next fall it won't rely on the console's latest technology to deliver its visionary experience.