If you’re gonna make us watch a minute and a half of children running around fake temples, you’ve got to give us a giant talking stone head. That was the deal with The Legends of the Hidden Temple game show, Nickelodeon, and it still stands.
Yesterday I posted my review of the Legend of Korra video game. While it had some high points, I mostly wasn't a fan. And now, with the Korra cartoon and entire Avatar universe winding down, I can't help but worry that we might never see a video game truly do the series justice.
Doug is probably the only one who doesn't look like an alien from an episode of Justice League in Isaiah Stephen's fan-art, with all the characters from the classic Nickelodeon cartoon as grown ups.
Speaking of Bayonetta maker Platinum Games, the developer hooked up with IGN during Comic-Con this weekend to show off the first gameplay from the recently-announced Legend of Korra video game game. This I like.
While the latest live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film is drawing hate from fans for straying from the original concept, Nickelodeon's movie-based mobile game succeeds by sticking with what's worked so well in the past.
The news came yesterday that Book 3 of The Legend of Korra was being pulled from Nickelodeon to air online. So of course the creators of the show had to address it at this morning's Comic-Con panel — which they did, before moving on to celebrate the show.
I've got good news and bad news, Bending fans. The bad news is that Nickelodeon has taken season 3 of Legend of Korra off the air; only one episode will air this Friday night, and after that, nothing (well, nothing unless you count the good news, which is that the remaining episodes will be released online).
Available today online and in-stores Friday, Build-A-Bear Workshop's take on Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is going to cost me at least $140. Considering the alternatives, I think it's worth it.
From Yamaha keyboards to white willow picnic baskets from Pier 1 Imports, Nickelodeon's Double Dare game show was a treasure trove of late '80s family hopes and dreams. Here's more than ten minutes of fabulous prizes.
The talented folks at Dorkly played with the idea of turning classic Nicktoons, such as Hey, Arnold! or Rugrats into modern day Hollywood movies, and damn they would look depressing as hell.
Not only is it epic, but it also gives us a glimpse of Korra's upcoming adventures—including new characters, enemies and locations. Seems very dramatic!
Based on the Nickelodeon series, TMNT: Out of the Shadows for XBLA, PSN and Steam is coming this summer. [Digital Spy]
Re-born and raised in the sewers beneath the city that never sleeps, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello and Leonardo make a rare above-ground appearance today as LEGO reveals its upcoming line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle LEGO sets.
Nickelodeon once again justifies our nation's voting age restrictions, as Guitar Hero World Tour comes out at the top of a rather sad nominee pool at the 2009 Kids' Choice Awards.
Nickelodeon is expanding its moves into the areas of virtual worlds and games with the formation of two separate divisions, the company announced today.
Earlier today, we reported that THQ's portfolio of Nickelodeon titles has hauled in more than $1 billion in sales, with the publisher looking forward to its 2008 lineup of more Nickelodeon properties.