The hopes and dreams of fanboys and girls everywhere will be fulfilled this Fall, when LEGO Marvel Super Heroes arrives on a console near you.
Mixing the familiar scenes and dialogue from the movie with LEGO’s trademark cheeky humor, the latest trailer for LEGO Lord of the Rings makes me wonder why I’m not playing this already.
Remember how we just learned last week that LEGO Batman 2 will feature speaking characters — a first for a LEGO video game? Well, today Warner Bros. Interactive (finally) took the wraps off of LEGO Lord of the Rings, and it looks like these characters will speak, too, using dialogue taken straight from the films.
I enjoy all of the LEGO video games, but I’m genuinely excited about LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes for an entirely different reason. For the first time ever, a LEGO game will feature an open world that you can explore and play through however you like.
I was surprised at how good the first LEGO Batman game was. It pulled from all corners of Batman comics, TV, and film, and added a superhero twist to LEGO gameplay that made the whole thing feel new again. Join us in getting ready for LEGO Batman 2 with the first trailer and screens.
Fans of Traveler’s Tales Games will be happy to know that their adorably magical LEGO video game formula is firmly intact in LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, the developer’s ninth game based on a franchise external to LEGO. After eight games, you might think they have nothing new to add to this mix, but you’d [...]
TT Games is set to work their LEGO magic once again by the end of this year, with LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. The game is set to release by this Christmas, on every game system known to man — including Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PSP, Sony’s new handheld the NGP (will that be out [...]
Man, I’m such a sucker for the LEGO games. I know they’re totally formulaic and never bring anything new or different to the medium. But doggone it if they don’t reel me in with their addictive, silly fun every single time. A brand new trailer for LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game has [...]
TT Games and Disney Interactive have released the first trailer for LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, the latest LEGO game to emerge from the iconic company’s partnership with Disney. (I’m still waiting for LEGO Tron.) There’s no gameplay shown in the video, just what I’m guessing is probably part of the opening cinematic. But TT [...]