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Creator / Disney Interactive Studios

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Disney Interactive Studios is a Video Game company. It was founded by The Walt Disney Company in 1988 as Walt Disney Computer Software. It was reorganized into Disney Interactive in 1994, which then became Buena Vista Games from 2003 to 2007. BVG was renamed to Disney Interactive Studios in 2007. Disney has a rather complicated history of how it dealt with the video game industry.

On May 10, 2016, following an earnings miss in their second-quarter financial results, Disney exited the video game publishing business, effectively shutting down a large portion of Disney Interactive Studios (their former sole major development studio, Avalanche Software, was purchased by Warner Bros. eight months after Disney initially shut them down to create a Harry Potter game) and leading to the end of the Disney Infinity franchise. Since then, Disney Interactive Studios exists solely as a video game licensing unit for Disney's properties, as well as managing Disney's classic archive of game software (such as licensing LucasArts games to

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Alternative Title(s): Disney Interactive, Buena Vista Games, Disney Software, Walt Disney Computer Software