Last year the company responsible for D&D, Magic: The Gathering, My Little Pony and Transformers announced Hascon, a three-day fan celebration of the stuff it makes. Tickets for the Providence, Rhode Island show are now on sale, with adult three-day passes ranging from $165 to $600. Wow.
Hasbro is starting its own fan convention next year. The toy and game company behind everything from Dungeons & Dragons to My Little Pony will hold the first Hascon in Providence, Rhode Island September 8-10. It sounds like heaven. Find out more here.
Friendship is free-to-play mobile match-three? My Little Pony: Puzzle Party is out today for iOS and Android. Having briefly played the first 60 levels, I can attest to its pony-ness. In case further proof is needed, here’s a video of show’s voice actors recording dialogue for the game.
Just because it has the word “party” in front of it doesn’t make what the Weird Al Yankovic-voiced Cheese Sandwich is riding on any less of a tank.
My Little Pony cosplay isn’t just for furries. It’s also for adults who want to pretend that said ponies are actually the the Gods of Ancient Battle.
And it’s the first My Little Pony Cafe... in the world. How magical!
When a fan group making a fighting game based on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic received a cease and desist letter from Hasbro back in 2013, show creator Lauren Faust stepped in to help them develop an original game—Them’s Fightin’ Herds.
Some people are weirded out by the immense popularity of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. But other than the terrifying Equestria Girls, FiM has nothing on the original My Little Pony cartoon. Here are a dozen weird bits of trivia about the classic show and the toys that may blow your pony minds.
PC Skyrim players all must have a moment where they get bored of vanilla Skyrim and then look into mods. What happens after that key moment may be completely bonkers, depending on what someone actually decides to download.
Scott Bradlee's musical trip through our animated youth came to a close yesterday, with the slow jam version of the theme to the first generation My Little Pony cartoon.
Well, that's certainly one way to foster community-developer relations.
Do you see them? This is exactly why I watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
Today Activision announced a second round of eight Skylanders Happy Meal Toys will be launching March 27, but they will not be alone. The Skylanders: Swap Force characters will be the "boys" toy, and the "girls" option? It's My Little Pony, dammit.
The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic game suffered from a severe lack of dancing mini-games. It suffers no longer. The movie-themed Equestria Girls update is live for iOS and Android, turning ponies into real girls and making them dance for your amusement. Love or hate the movie, that song is pretty catchy.
What happens when you search YouTube for the word "Bronies", you ask? First you get a listing of videos about Bronies. Then something magical happens.
Note to self — next time do not make all of your purchases within the first 20 minutes of a three-hour tour, because heavy. Also, crowds. Let's see how I did.
I don't want to be mean here—heck, remember how much fun I had at that one furry party?—but it's difficult to watch this edited footage of a My Little Pony convention concert by Nick Irvin and not be struck by how awkward it is.
Completely arbitrary headline alert! This is a list of what I think are the hottest, mostly video game-themed toys and books of next week's San Diego Comic-Con, based on years spent developing tastes and whims specifically geared towards making me spend entirely too much money on colorful pieces of plastic. There are…