Getting a game through a publisher’s certification process can be difficult. Games are tested in extreme conditions and fail for the slightest error. In the 90s, one developer snuck their games through Sega’s certification with a few clever tricks that disguised glitches as part of the game.
Just when you thought that it had passed, Traveller’s Tales goes and saves the best for last. The second season of Lego Dimensions wraps up on September 12 with the release of five new sets featuring The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice.
While neither console version of Lego Worlds has been performing particularly well since the game’s launch, Xbox One players have been dealing with a particularly nasty bug that’s been irreparably damaging save files since mid-March.
With yesterday’s release of the three figures comprising the fifth and final wave of announced toys our first trip around the LEGO Dimensions is complete. Let’s take a look at the massive cross-property army and what it cost to assemble them.
Poor Hal Jordan. He can't carry a movie, he can't be trusted with his own LEGO playset, and when Traveller's Tales creates a LEGO video game that is very much an epic Green Lantern yarn, he has to take a back seat to Bruce Wayne, the tedious title character of LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
There's only a month left before LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham hits store shelves, and developer Traveller's Tales still has surprises up its sleeves. Today talk show host Conan O'Brien, Duck Dodgers as the Green Loontern and more crazy characters were added to the game's already impressive roster.
Is the Lego Movie Videogame for you? It probably is if you can bring yourself to enjoy the following politically-controversial, looping video:
News broke this week that Warner Bros.' game division has been working on a new game based on Marvel Comics character. This Game Informer video offers a first look at the game and mentions that the game's big bad will be Galactus. According to coverage in Game Informer's print magazine, you'll be doing all your…
A sequel to 2009's LEGO Batman has been known since the summer, around the time LEGO and DC Comics (and Marvel) were revealing their plans for more super heroes in the toy line. Now a LEGO fan site says the title will be something like "LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes" if that image is on the level.
Traveller's Tales are the masters of the brick. Their LEGO creations deliver not just fun gaming experiences, but those magical sort of games that you can enjoy alone, with friends, or with children.
Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7, the expected series-closing sequel to last year's delightful Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4, will be out late this year, according to a Warner Bros. press release this morning.
Less than two months after the last Lego video game, we've got a new one.
LEGO Harry Potter for the iPhone and iPad is a surprisingly deep, surprisingly detailed experience, one that strives to deliver the same level of fun found on the fantastic console versions of the game, it seems.
As Kotaku's resident LEGO fan and game reviewer I approached LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1 - 4 with more than a bit of trepidation. It's the first time I have ever been asked to play a LEGO game and didn't really want to.
While Traveller's Tales' LEGO games have already visited the DC comics universe, courtesy of the LEGO Batman game, did you know we almost got a LEGO game based on Marvel's characters as well?
Warner Bros. & Traveller's Tales - creators of the LEGO series of licensed video games - have announced that there are plenty more games left in the partnership yet.
LucasArts and TT Games continue to tear apart the Star Wars universe and rebuild it brick-by-brick with LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars.
The LEGO video game craftsmen at Traveller's Tale set their sights on an entirely new genre with LEGO Rock Band, the ultimate block party for the whole family.