Disney Wants Game Developers to Take Their (Licensed) IPs and Run with Them

MisterPenguin

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erasure fan1

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So much for Disney "needing" to buy a game developer
If you search back in this sub forum, I've been saying this is what Disney needs to do for a long time. This all sounds great, but I don't trust Disney to let studios do what they do best and not interfere. I just hope they don't let EA anywhere near another Disney IP.
 

Dead2009

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If you search back in this sub forum, I've been saying this is what Disney needs to do for a long time. This all sounds great, but I don't trust Disney to let studios do what they do best and not interfere. I just hope they don't let EA anywhere near another Disney IP.

The downside to Disney buying a developer is that if the game doesnt live up to expectations, they shut the developer down. If they outsource the IPs, theres no worry with that.
 

erasure fan1

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The downside to Disney buying a developer is that if the game doesnt live up to expectations, they shut the developer down. If they outsource the IPs, theres no worry with that.
I agree. I don't think Disney should EVER buy a studio or create a studio for that matter. They do not have the mentality to be successful. Outsourcing their IPs is what the article is about. That is what I've been saying they should do for a long time. I just don't think Disney can help themselves and not get involved.
 
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