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The Skylanders franchise has proven to be quite popular for Activision, with over 100 million toys being sold in the U.S. Over $500 million in total revenue has been made from the video game and collectible toys.
The announcement was made at Activision’s Toy Fair 2013 press conference, where it was also revealed that Skylanders Giants, the sequel to Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure, has earned more than $195 million in the U.S.
Skylanders Swap Force – the next game in the series – received a debut trailer earlier this week. The title will be shown at NYC's Toy Fair 2013 starting on February 10.
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As much as I dislike how they usually run good series to the ground, Activision sure knows how to make money.
Its not surprising. ITs just like the benie babies of the 90s.
Thank god they took spyro's name out of this crap. This crap is not a spyro game.
Good for them!
upto I looked at the check which was of $5905, I be certain that my friend was like they say trully taking home money parttime on their apple laptop.. there best friend started doing this for only eight months and a short time ago cleared the loans on their apartment and bought a top of the range Cadillac. we looked here, http://www.bit90.com