LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens was announced this week and will release Jun 28, 2016 on multiple platforms and cover events from Star Wars Return of the Jedi to Star Wars The Force Awakens.
Whereas combat in previous LEGO games consisted of little more than button mashing, individual characters now have access to “finishers” that can dispatch enemies quickly.
The LEGO Marvel's Avengers team have confirmed DLC for the upcoming game which releases Jan 26, 2016 including Captain America Civil War and Ant-Man.
LEGO Jurassic World offers a great interpretation of the events that take place throughout the Jurassic Park films.
LEGO Batman 3 adds just enough personality to the familiar Lego videogame formula to make this outing worth mashing through.
LEGO The Hobbit The Video Game is a fun romp for fantasy adventure fans, but there is little in the way of innovation besides minor gameplay additions that sets this one apart from other LEGO games.
With the Wild West Pack DLC you'll be able to play as Odd Ollie, Wild Will, Sudds Backwash and Rootbeer Belle.
Like LEGO Star Wars, Harry Potter, and other entries in the franchise, puzzles are solved using the different types of skills various characters possess.
We're still scratching our heads as to why Peter Jackson stretched The Hobbit (one book) into three long (very long) movies but thankfully the fine folks at Warner Bros LEGO games division took the opposite approach and were able to cram two movies into one video game.
The LEGO Movie Videogame comes out in Feb 2014 on all current and next generation platforms to coincide with the animated film. Will Arnett will join the voice-cast as Batman - lending his brand of humor to the character. Arnett also voiced Mr. Perkins in the animated feature Despicable Me in 2010 and will play [...]