Hasbro’s games division was down 12% in Q2 compared to last year, though Beyblades (which is not counted in games) was a strong seller (as usual). In general, however, Hasbro’s revenue was up 23%. (source)

Mattel’s revenue was up 14%. Mattel’s “entertainment” division, which includes games, puzzles, Toy Story and WWE toys, rose 41%. Source contends that video games are rising in place of traditional toys and games, an analysis with which I disagree. (source) Mattel contends that its analog Angry Birds games and UNO games are strong. (source)