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30/11/2012 FGTV: Skylanders Giants In-depth Developer Interview Review
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With excitement building around Skylanders Giants for Christmas, Family Gamer TV secured a huge interview with the series' developer to find out as much information as we could about this and future plans.

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With excitement building around Skylanders Giants for Christmas, Family Gamer TV secured a huge interview with the series' developer to find out as much information as we could about this and future plans.

We uncover all kinds of exciting Skylanders Giants info, such as new level caps for all characters, detailed compatibility of figures from the first game, new player vs Player modes, improved supply of toys and more special edition toys (including Legendary, Glow, Flock etc) and Golden Ticket (Silver, Gold etc).

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Written by Andy Robertson

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