You can do anything you set your mind to -- but also, stick to your strengths.
In an earnings call Tuesday, Disney noted it's steering clear of returning to games development, reports Variety.
Disney, owner of Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar, said it had a "good" relationship with Electronic Arts, the company it partnered with in 2013, but admits video game making is not the House of Mouse's forte.
"We're good at making movies and television shows and theme parks and cruise ships and the like, we've just never managed to demonstrate much skill on the publishing side of games," CEO Bob Iger said when asked about Disney potentially dipping into video games once more.
Disney video game titles have been dropping like flies.
In 2016, Disney shed video game series Disney Infinity, and in 2018, it closed massively-multiplayer online role-playing game Club Penguin Island.