I don't think it's going to surprise anyone if I mention that the LEGO Batman series has produced some of my all-time favorite superhero video games. I mean, I like LEGO and I certainly like Batman, so that's a no-brainer, but the truth of the matter is that they've started off strong and just keep getting better. The second game's expansion into a huge, open LEGO version of Gotham City populated with the heroes of the Justice League was really fantastic, and I've often wondered how they were going to top it. I figured maybe they'd throw in a few visits to other cities and call it a day.
Turns out, I vastly underestimated the developers at TT Games. They, along with Warner Bros. Interactive, have just announced LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, and this time, IT'S IN SPACE.
I'm a big enough fan of Traveller's Tales' LEGO games that I was planning on picking up Lego Marvel Super Heroes already, but today they added an interesting new feature to the game that sounds like it's going to be a blast to goof around with. In addition to playing as characters like the Avengers and the X-Men, players will be able to create their own superheroes, m
It's been a little while since TT Games loosed some Lego Marvel Super Heroes video game images or footage online, but the company has more than made up for the dry spell with the latest drop of new screen shots and nearly seven minutes of gameplay footage featuring Iron Man, the Hulk and Spider-Man, squaring off against the Abomination and Sandman in New York City. It seems one of the cosmic bricks from Lego Silver Surfer's smashed board has fallen into the wrong hands, leading t
Movies:The Wolverine director James Mangold seems to be having a blast on Francois Audouy's movie sets. Awards: Tom Tomorrow has won the 2013 Herblock Prize for excellence in editorial cartooning for his work on This Modern World.
Marvel Comics has its share of "architects," but come next year, fans with gaming consoles will be able to take on shuffling around the "building blocks" of their favorite universe on their own (after a fashion) in the new Lego Marvel Super Heroes video game. Following previously released developer videos demonstrating rough gameplay footage, TT Games has let loose some of the character
Game Informer has followed up on its initial announcement of TT Games' Lego Marvel Super Heroes video game with another new video giving fans a look inside a build of the upcoming release. Set to arrive on Playstation 3, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, and the Nintendo DS/3DS in the Fall, the game will fol
It's official: It isn't just the DC Super Heroes who are blockheads. Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games have announced that the Marvel Universe is going to get a LEGO makeover later this year with the release of a LEGO Marvel Super Heroes video game. Along with the announcem
With the release of Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes just a day away, perhaps you need just one more glimpse at what -- and who -- to expect from the all-talking, all-building video game sequel. For those who've been eagerly awaiting the Lego debut of the Martian Manhunter (You know who you ar
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes continues to provide curious fans with fresh looks at its blocky cast of heroes and villains, debuting three new screen shots this week on VideoGamer. Set for release on basically every videogame system on June 19, Lego Batman 2 will pit Batman, Robin, Superman, Green Lanter
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