As a movie-based LEGO game, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers doesn’t go far off script. As a Marvel Comics fan service vehicle it’s absolutely nuts.
If you understand this reference, you should probably play LEGO Marvel’s Avengers. I’m currently battling the urge to collect all the bits while playing through the game for review, but in terms of pure Marvel cinematic universe fan service it’s a magical place.
I was a little worried about how a LEGO game mainly based on the Avengers film franchise would compare to the captivating open-world exploration of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Looks like I worried over nothing—LEGO Avengers has all of that and more.
The release of the Doctor Who level pack for LEGO Dimensions unlocked some wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey cartoon secrets in the game. What good is having a time machine if you can’t travel back to the stone age or forward to Earth’s flying car future?
The LEGO Dimensions Doctor Who level pack plays out like a television episode, and like any television episode it starts with opening credits—what might be the best Doctor Who opening credits sequence ever.
How can TT Games make a LEGO game equal to rival the size and scope of LEGO Marvel Superheroes with only the two main Avengers movies to pull from? It can’t, so it pulls from four more.
Gandalf, Batman and Wildstyle walk into the Aperture Science Enrichment Center. Stop me if you’ve heard this one.
Tonight at midnight $465 worth of LEGO Dimensions product goes on sale. How much does one need to pay to have a good time? Let our buyer’s guide be your...guide.
Valve’s homicidal disk operating system doesn’t do “cameo” or “guest star.” The moment GLaDOS arrives in LEGO Dimensions it’s her game, from her face-off with one of science fiction’s greatest villains to the bittersweet ending. I feel like I just finished a new Portal game.
Or LEGO Jurassic World if you’d rather use the boring official title. Just don’t expect an invite to Motoraptor Mondays at the Habitat.
I would have said awesome, but she’s watching us. She’s always watching us.
The first trailer for LEGO Marvel’s Avengers sticks to the scripts. Coming this winter (no longer fall) to everywhere LEGO video games go, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers injects the plots of the first two films with a heaping helping of brick-based silliness. Can it possibly top the amazingly expansive LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
I was a little worried that LEGO Dimension’s gadgets and vehicles would be one-time builds, toys you assemble once and then never touch again. As it turns out, every vehicle and gadget in the game has three different builds. Phew.
How much delight can one pack into five minutes? Watch and learn.
They're called LEGO Fusion, and their big new feature is the ability to digitize your structures—to put them on your tablet or phone, basically, where you can then play around with them in various ways.
Here’s your first look at Traveller’s Tales’ third brick-based Batman. The latest in the series builds on the suits of the last installment but takes the action into space, including some very Resogun-like shooting sections - ironically with a less blocky appearance than the original source.
Warning: Today's Saturday stream may contain material that spoil the events of a fantasy book published in 1937.Update: And we're done! Thanks as always to everyone who showed up to chat. Here's the archive, preserved forever in the halls of some legendary dwarf thing.
Not only is The LEGO Movie out in theaters today, The LEGO Movie Video Game is out in stores as well. Can the game of the film be as good as the film of the toys? I don't know, man. My copy just got here. If all else fails, the game comes with a $7.50 off coupon towards movie admission. Kill those two birds.
Here's our first look at the colorful plastic world of LEGO The Hobbit. Announced officially late last month, the 2014 TT Games developed adventure will span the first two movie in the trilogy, paving the way for the inevitable complete version once the third film is out, followed by a bundle of both it and LEGO Lord…
We're used to LEGO video games based on movies. Here's a video game based on a LEGO movie. Maybe it's leaning on the first full movie trailer a bit too much, but that's only because that trailer was awesome. If the game manages to channel even a tenth of that awesome, it'll be one-tenth as awesome. This is basic…