This week’s lineup of new games for Nintendo consoles is rather hefty but, for most gamers, it can all be boiled down to exactly two words and a single number: Mario. Kart. 8.
TT Games has been pumping out LEGO games for quite some time now, so it only makes sense that they make a movie based on the toys that their own games are based on. Confused yet? Yes? Good. Let's move on. The game has received its official debut trailer and it'll be arriving in February, 2014 for enough gaming platforms to form its own sovereign nation.
The Marvel universe is evolving, morphing into a more powerful, way more blocky version of its former self. Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, developer TT Games, The Lego Group and Marvel Entertainment have announced the impending fall launch of Lego Marvel Super Heroes.
Lego is banking big on their newest property, Legends of Chima, creating a vast array of play sets, a television series, and even three video games scheduled to roll out throughout 2013.
Disney Interactive Studios and TT Games announce today that the semi-movie-based video game, Lego Pirates of the Caribbean, will be arriving in May for the Nintendo 3DS, accompanying its multi-platform counterparts.
TT Games and Hellbent Games recently sent out word that the larger-than-life adventures available in the new DS title, LEGO Battles, is now available at retailers.
LEGO Universe, a massive multiplayer online game based off the popular LEGO toy line (perhaps you've heard of it), should make lots and lots of people rich. However, the game is now being delayed from its early 2009 release. Why? So LEGO can make the game even more lucrative.
We have even more info about the upcoming LEGO Indiana Jones game coming this summer. Technically Stephen Totilo has more information on it, having been invited to a hotel room in New York City for a demonstration. Whenever that kind of offer is presented to me it ends with me running with a tear streaked face from a braying donkey in Tijuana, Mexico. Some people have all the luck, the rest of us just survive each day without being raped by a burro.
Indiana Jones is ripe for the picking when it comes to a video game adaptation. The story has everything you could want in a game, and what we want more than anything is an experience that takes the design of Uncharted and makes it even better with authentic whip crackin’ Indy action. Just as exciting is giving the Indiana Jones franchise the Lego treatment. After all it worked brilliantly for Star Wars.