E3 2010: Disney planning big games push

Mickey Mouse, Pirates of the Caribbean and Tron all earmarked as key franchises for gaming sector.
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Disney Interactive Studios revealed a wide range of video games titles at last week's E3 expo in Los Angeles, with key franchises such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Tron leading the way.

The firm's booth at the LA Convention Center featured Disney Epic Mickey, Pirares of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned and Tron: Evolution (pictured).

On top of this, the company showed its self-published console, mobile and online games based on the Pixar properties, including Toy Story 3: The Video Game and Cars Toon: Mater's Tall Tales. It also presented a new virtual world, Disney Pixar World of Cars Online.

"Our talented internal game development studios have created unique, innovative games based on Disney properties, as well as original intellectual properties, for a wide audience and the results are outstanding titles that are sure to make an impact," said Graham Hopper, EVP and general manager at Disney Interactive Studios.


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