Two of us at Kotaku—Luke and Brian—really dug the first Toy Soldiers game when it came out. And now, years later, they’re going to review the latest entry, Toy Soldiers: War Chest.
Today Ubisoft revealed that its upcoming toy battler Toy Soldiers: War Chest includes includes the armies of He-Man, G.I. Joe and two other unannounced licensed properties. Their marketing team’s job is done.
Part of me is furrowing my brow at the violent gender divide going on here. Why do "boy's toys" and "girl's toys" need to fight each other? Can't kids just get along and play with all of them? Or just get some LEGO instead?
Great wars deserve great video games. Or something.
That little toy replica of Mass Effect's Normandy we showed you a few months back will soon have a twin. But not an identical twin.
We here at Kotaku loved the first Toy Soldiers, a downloadable Xbox 360 tower defense game set during World War I. The new one, Toy Soldiers: Cold War, is debuting at PAX East in Boston, where I saw it on Saturday. It looks like a fantastic upgrade.
The warfare of Xbox Live Arcade hit Toy Soldiers advances ever closer to the modern era with Toy Soldiers: Cold War, a battle between action figures from the 1980's. Leaving the grim battles of World War I behind, Cold War pits Rambo toys and canon fodder with a kung-fu grip against a Red Menace.
Christmas is a time for looking back at the year passed, processing what's been most important for you over the past twelve months. For me, and video games, one such thing was — surprisingly — Xbox Live Arcade game Toy Soldiers.
Santiago Gonzalez has been working on the kind of indie game we don't normally expect from an indie developer: a real-time strategy game set in the present day.
There are people who can't play Call of Duty. Maybe, according to a flight of fancy proposed last week at the Game Developers Conference, those people could at least help us CoD players out.
Being a kid is great. Your toys aren't just toys, they're real. And your bedroom or table top can serve as the terrain for your imagination. Does Xbox Live Arcade game Toy Soldiers capture the feeling of playing with toy soldiers?
You play a game on Facebook. I'll play one on Xbox 360. Our winnings will contribute to the same side of a virtual reenactment of World War I. Behold, the first Facebook-360 gaming link, launching this week. More are coming.
If you've suffered a bump on the head and forgotten your Xbox Live Arcade Block Party release schedule, here's a reminder that Toy Soldiers is your XBLA game of the week, a rare World War I-themed video game.
Microsoft gets its Xbox Live Block Party started right, scheduling the weekly releases of Toy Soldiers, Scrap Metal, Perfect Dark, and Game Room, with a chance for players to score Microsoft points and a month of Xbox Live Gold.