Yeah, yeah, everyone loves a bit of escapism with Marvel. TT Games makes it even better by making it all come to life with LEGO.
E3 2013 has been a rip-roaring success for games this year and LEGO Marvel... Continue Reading »
I love the LEGO games franchise, from Batman to Indiana Jones, to Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. It injects some much-needed fun into gaming.
Well, Warner, TT Games and Marvel are at it again and... Continue Reading »
Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment, along with Marvel, TT Games and the LEGO Group have announced the next part of their LEGO world domination scheme. Coming to an Xbox 360 near you in autumn this... Continue Reading »
Do you like tossing dwarfs?
We all love LEGO games, our inner child loves that nostalgic feeling of playing with LEGO while the modern-day child loves the modern medium of video games. When it comes to... Continue Reading »
TT Games have dropped the second in their Developer Diary series for LEGO The Lord of the Rings, where they explain a bit about bringing some of the characters to life in their trademark style –... Continue Reading »
EA’s annual update to their all-powerful FIFA series goes straight into the top of this week’s UK Chart, knocking Borderlands 2 and F1 2012 down into second and third places respectively.... Continue Reading »
Foregone conclusion: Gearbox Software’s excellent Borderlands 2 makes its presence felt at the top of the UK chart this week, with new entries F1 2012 and PES 2013 jumping in at 2nd and third places... Continue Reading »
Sleeping Dogs defends its number one chart position against some solid competition this week in the form of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, with EA Sports’ NHL 13 popping in at number 9. Max Payne 3 makes... Continue Reading »
United Front Games’ excellent open-world cop ‘em up Sleeping Dogs is back in pole position, with a bit of a rejig causing last week’s first placer to fall out of the top five altogether.... Continue Reading »
Sleeping Dogs enters the charts at number one this week, sadly knocking London 2012 down into third and LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes into fourth. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 makes a surprise leap from... Continue Reading »
Gamescom kicks off in Cologne this Wednesday (15th of August), so we’re looking forward to loads of tasty news snippets, gossip, screens and trailers before the week is out.
TT Games must have read... Continue Reading »
Although the games are now (sadly) over, the official video game is still flying high at the top of the UK Chart, with LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes staunchly holding onto second place. Speaking of DC’s... Continue Reading »
Team GB are smashing it at the moment, so it seems only fitting that us gamers keep the Olympic spirit bubbling by giving Sega Studios Australia’s London 2012 title a second week at the top of the... Continue Reading »
The official game of the London 2012 olympiad has stormed forth into the UK Chart top spot this week, bringing LEGO Batman 2‘s five-week reign to an abrupt end. We should’ve seen it coming... Continue Reading »
The blocky Bat-Man is doing rather well keeping hold of the UK Chart top spot for his fifth week in a row – quite an achievement, seeing as most games can only handle a week or two in first at best... Continue Reading »
The top three games in this week’s UK Chart keep hold of their positions for another week, with LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes celebrating its fourth week in a row in pole position. The Dead Island... Continue Reading »
The San Diego Comic-Con’s in full swing then, as TT Games’ blocky version of Tolkien’s beloved classic gets a batch of new screenshots.
The screens show off the likes of Frodo, Sam, Pippin,... Continue Reading »
Batman and Co cling tenaciously to the top of the chart for the third week in a row, fighting off competition from London 2012: The Official Video Game (second place) and the Dead Island: GOTY Edition... Continue Reading »
Batman seems to be on a bit of a roll lately; after years and years of sub-par films and video games, The Dark Knight is finally getting the audiovisual respect he deserves. Director Chris Nolan got the... Continue Reading »
That sneaky little block of a Bat manages to hold on to the UK Chart Number One this week, thwarting the Marvel Spider’s best attempts at a week one top spot entry. Spec Ops: The Line and London... Continue Reading »