Now that the game save-eating bug issues seem to be behind us, it’s time for Lego Worlds to do happier things, like announcing a Switch version for the fall and a content expansion that explores one of the oldest and most beloved themes in the toy line’s history, Lego Space.
Here’s the time-twisting first trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2. Looks like temporal super villain Kang is doing something that’ll let us play with characters from throughout Marvel Comics’ entire timeline. Doesn’t seem like such a bad guy, that Kang.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is coming. A teaser trailer for the latest all-star Lego Marvel game popped up on Facebook, giving us a brief glimpse of baby Groot and Doctor Strange, suggesting another game rooted in the cinematic universe. Look for more come May 23.
The updated version of the Wii U’s Lego launch title is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC on April 4, and this time you don’t have to go it alone.
I have not read J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter supplemental, nor have I seen the recently-released movie based on Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. I’ve just played through the Lego Dimensions’ story pack of the film. It’s fun, if a bit disjointed.
Doug “Rat Man” Rattmann is one of the most important characters in Portal, though he didn’t appear in either game. The message-scrawling scientist made his video game debut in Lego Dimensions’ Portal level pack, though he’s so well hidden it took more than a year to find him.
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens shows us another side of one of the movie’s pivotal moments in the new Siege of Takodana DLC. Join Kylo Ren and his Stormtrooper pals as they blow up a perfectly good sci-fi theme restaurant.
Crash-landing on Jakku after escaping The Finalizer, rebellious Stormtrooper FN-2187 fears his newfound Resistance friend dead. But Poe Dameron survived to fight another day, and the latest Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens DLC explains how. It’s pretty dumb.
After two Lego Star Wars games covering a movie trilogy each, can Star Wars: The Force Awakens carry an entire Lego game by itself? Not without a lot of help.
Star Wars Episode VII’s main story is great and all, but have you heard about how dashing Resistance pilot Poe Dameron and C3PO saved rescued Admiral Ackbar from a First Order Star Destroyer? Let me tell you all about it.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ version of Kylo Ren can be a bit intimidating, but deep down inside he’s just a fan like everybody else. The game comes out next week. He’ll be in his room sulking until then.
Just like the movie, Michael Peña’s Luis completely steals the show in the currently PlayStation exclusive LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Ant-Man downloadable content.
With 18 LEGO movie games released since 2005, the developers at TT Games are constantly finding new ways to spice up the standard stud-collecting adventures. The first gameplay trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens shows off the three they’ve come up with this time around.
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.