Leading U.S. toymaker JAKKS Pacific, Inc., (Nasdaq: JAKK) announced today that it signed an agreement with Duck Commander, Inc., the Louisiana-based and family-owned company featured on the A&E hit TV series “Duck Dynasty,” to develop, distribute and market the Duck Commander™ Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Game™. Duck Commander is a multi-million dollar enterprise that produces popular duck calls and other related merchandise and was founded by the Robertson family, the breakout stars of the “Duck Dynasty” series.
Featuring the imagery and voice talent of various members of the Robertson family, including Phil, Uncle Si, Willie, Jase and others, the Duck Commander Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Game takes hunting enthusiasts through the bayous of Louisiana in search of ducks, beavers, frogs and more. Powered by JAKKS’ easy-to-use TV Games platform, everything fans need to play is included in a single purchase. The Duck Commander Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Game includes the infrared sensor bar and “pump and shoot” controller containing the game software, which simply plugs into the A/V jacks of any standard TV. No additional consoles or software are required. While the rating is still pending, the game is submitted for an ESRB “T for Teen” video game rating.
“We are committed to providing an entertaining and action-filled gaming experience on our easy-to-use plug and play platform with titles that are on-trend and inspired by the hottest pop culture brands,” said Michael Bernstein, Executive Vice President, Marketing, JAKKS Pacific, Inc. “Our development team worked diligently to produce a higher level of graphics and targeting for the Duck Commander Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Game, offering a more authentic experience at a great value to all gamers.”
“We can’t wait to get our hands on the Duck Commander Deluxe Plug It In & Play TV Game and to offer our fans the opportunity to experience the Louisiana bayou and the ‘Duckman lifestyle’ with this cool new game,” said Willie Robertson, Co-Founder and CEO of Duck Commander, Inc.