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  1. There's been an awakening... have you felt it? If not, you probably missed the biggest news of the day - Star Wars: The Force Awakens is getting the LEGO treatment! Read on to find out more about it as well as news on a new Humble Bundle, the weekly PlayStation Store update, and more. The Force Awakens within LEGO Star Wars in June Although it technically leaked last night, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment revealed today that a new LEGO Star Wars is indeed in development and will chronicle the events in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Interestingly enough, it will also contain material that bridges the gap between Return of the Jedi and TFA. Perhaps they'll be adapting material from the Star Wars Aftermath book? We'll see when the game releases on every video game platform on June 28. SEGA bringing 7th Dragon III Code: VFD to 3DS in North America SEGA seems to be on fire as of late with their announcements. Not only are they bringing over SEGA 3D Classics Collection and Valkyria Chronicles Remaster, but they just announced that 7th Dragon III Code: VFD will be coming to 3DS in North America this Summer. If you follow the RPG scene pretty closely, this is a pretty big one that many North American fans did not think would ever get localized, so this is definitely exciting news. For more details about the game, hit the source link below. Source: SEGA Blog New Humble Bundle Offers Ubisoft Games The Humble Bundle is back and this time it's offering... Ubisoft games? Actually, this is easily one of the strongest Humble Bundle offerings so far, with the initial tier offering some pretty good games. I can't even imagine what they'll still add to that list as well. Here's what's in the bundle so far: $1+ Tier Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Grow Home Rayman Origins Beat the Average ($6.69 as of this writing) Far Cry 3 Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China (additional unannounced titles) $15+ Tier Assassin's Creed: Rogue The Crew $75+ Tier Tom Clancy's The Division (pre-order) Exclusive Tom Clancy's The Division T-shirt Coupon for 66% off up to any three Ubisoft titles in the Humble Store Source: Humble Bundle PlayStation Store Update 2/2/16 Edition Some fairly notable titles debuting today, not the least of which is Gravity Rush Remastered, the PS4 version of the previously Vita-only exclusive. Other fairly big titles include Bandai Namco's Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, Idea Factory's Megadimension Neptunia VII, and indie hit Crypt of the Necrodancer. Here's the full list of games out on PSN this week: PS4 AIPD - $9.99 Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space - $14.99 Amazing Discovers In Outer Space - $11.99 Crypt of the Necrodancer - $14.99 Gravity Rush Remastered - $29.99 Gravity Rush Remastered Original Soundtrack - $11.99 Megadimension Neptunia VII - $59.99 Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel - $39.99 Not a Hero - $12.99 PS3 Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel - $29.99 PS Vita Crypt of the Necrodancer - $14.99 Letter Quest Remastered - $8.99 Royal Defense - $5.99 Some fairly decent sales are going on right now as well. Check out the full list over at the PlayStation Blog source link below. Source: PlayStation Blog What are your thoughts on LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 7th Dragon III Code: VFD? And will you be buying the newest Humble Bundle or any games on the PlayStation Store this week? Let us know in the comments below!
  2. First there was Skylanders. Then came Disney Infinity. And now, gamers are in the midst of Amiibo madness. But you'll soon be able to welcome another series to the genre: LEGO Dimensions. The idea behind this particular game has many different LEGO properties combining into one, such as The LEGO Movie, The Lord of the Rings, DC Comics, The Wizard of Oz, Back to the Future, and the LEGO Ninjago line. And like Skylanders and Disney Infinity before it, players will use a special platform peripheral to bring interactive LEGO minifigs to life on-screen. LEGO Dimensions will roll out with a starter pack costing $99.99 and which includes the game, the LEGO Toy Pad (which brings characters to life), and three minifigs (Gandalf, Batman, and Wyldstyle from the LEGO Movie). There will also be Level Packs costing $29.99, Team Packs costing $24.99, and $14.99 Fun Packs that contain a variety of interactive characters, vehicles, and gadgets. Interestingly enough, the Starter Pack will continue to work with future expansion packs, negating any need for compatibility charts, according to Warner Bros.; something that will no doubt be a huge plus for many people. Compared to Skylanders and Disney Infinity, LEGO Dimensions is definitely sitting at a premium price point, but no doubt Warner Bros. Interactive is looking to capitalize on LEGO's huge franchise appeal to draw people in despite the extra $20 people will be paying for the starter set. You can expect to see the game hit stores this Fall on September 27 on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and 4, and Wii U. Source: WIRED Are you interested in or excited for LEGO Dimensions?
  3. Many fans are already aware that LEGO Jurassic World is the next LEGO game on the dock from TT Games, set to coincide with the upcoming blockbuster movie of the same name (minus the LEGO part). Today, Warner Bros. revealed a first look trailer which reveals what we can expect to see in the game. Surprisingly, the trailer is light on actual content from Jurassic World and instead reveals a fairly surprising element: the gameplay actually spans the entire four movies in the series rather than just the new film. You'll play such characters as Alan Grant, Ian Malcom, and more as you make your way through some of the films' most classic moments (the T-Rex chase, raptors in the compound, etc.), and it will all be tied to the movies' voice track and music as well. While the game will take you to several of the different islands (such as Isla Nubar and Isla Sorna), it's unclear whether each will have an open-world element to them such as previous LEGO games have. Either way, with four movies to cover, LEGO Jurassic World is bound to have a ton of content to play through. LEGO Jurassic World is slated for release on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii U, 3DS, PS Vita, and PC this June. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsCO_h8qVpQ Source: Press Release Are you looking forward to LEGO Jurassic World?
  4. Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released two new developer diaries detailing a behind-the-scenes look at TT Games' efforts to bring LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham to life. The first dev diary discusses the game's story as well as the their efforts to bring even more characters (obscure ones, at that) into the fold this time around while the second dev diary discusses how the team wanted to push the boundaries on LEGO games to make it even bigger and open-world-ish, resulting in some of the biggest worlds and areas yet that players will be free to explore. LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham sees Batman, Superman, and the rest of the Justice League venture into space and different Lantern Worlds in order to stop Brainiac's nefarious scheme. It will release on Nov. 11 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, 3DS, Wii U, and PC. You can check out the developer diaries below- Source: Press Release Are you excited for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham?
  5. TT Games has a recognizable formula with their ever-popular LEGO titles, but their distinctive formula continues to evolve with each new license and generation of console. The traditional cooperative gameplay still provides one of the best co-op experiences to date and goes so far as to transcend generational divides. The path that lies ahead for licensed LEGO games can only be determined by taking into consideration past adventures. Changes in the radial menu, dynamic split-screen game play and expansion to a world beyond a stale hub are just a few examples of how TT Games is constantly searching out areas of improvement for their craft. One of the most prolific changes has been the evolution in the way the stories unfold. Familiar Surroundings Made Better The standard hubs found in LEGO Indiana Jones and LEGO Star Wars appear as little more than a relic when placed side-by-side with the overworld experiences found in LEGO The Lord of the Rings and LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes. This alteration truly broadened the potential for all future LEGO games by expanding the experience beyond the confines of a story mission. Unfortunately, licensed LEGO games fall into the same pitfalls as any other multiple platform title and are typically held back by the constraints of the weaker systems. A compelling argument can be made that much of the squandered potential in the original LEGO Batman and LEGO Indiana Jones were a result of reluctance to abandon the Playstation 2 and Nintendo's Wii. This reluctance, however, is based in a reality where the consoles still held a significant market share well into the life cycle of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The Playstation 2 and Wii are completely out of the picture for development purposes and companies that thrive on easily ported games now find themselves with a set of more powerful base systems to thoroughly explore. Although the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 will likely remain the base launching platform for most upcoming LEGO titles, despite the existence of the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, the margin for potential is greater than ever before. TT Games officially wrapped their release of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes in late 2013, but were already neck-deep in studs with The LEGO Movie Videogame and LEGO: The Hobbit. The media focus may be on the new generation of consoles, but the next few projects will undoubtedly play a major role in determining the viability of future licensed LEGO brands in console video games. Recent upgrades in the TT Games formula suggest the company is firmly facing forward, but there is also room to suggest that the company should also be looking backwards. Premature Release One problem that the LEGO: The Hobbit game now faces echoes an issue that plagued [/size]LEGO Indiana Jones all the way back in 2008. The date of release for the ill-fated installment, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, came a mere month prior to the LEGO Indiana Jones game and the content was conspicuously absent. LEGO: The Hobbit only follows the adventure through The Desolation of Smaug, which leaves the events of The Five Armies hanging in the balance. WB and TT Games had two distinct paths before them: release a standalone title akin to Lego Indiana Jones 2, which was a major source of discontent with their fanbase, or embrace the digital age. In an unsurprising move, WB and TT Games chose the latter, announcing that The Five Armies conclusion will be available as downloadable content. This does not rule out the potential for a "Complete Edition" with all available Hobbit content or even a "Tolkien Edition" that includes both franchises on a single disc, but this is certainly a step in the right direction as it leaves the door open for franchises with the most content-hungry fans. From Cooperative To Party Another aspect of the licensed LEGO formula which remains static is the number of players. Several franchises exist which could greatly benefit from expanding the number of players to four. The solid online capabilities offered from consoles could allow for even greater drop-in and drop-out game play. So why not make it a party? What better franchise to begin the four player experience than with a LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle game? A featuring LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a voice over from the Nickelodeon reboot cropped up on Youtube in June of 2013. The video, sitting at over a million hits, led many to ponder the possibility of this fantasy becoming a reality through video games... assuming certain licensing issues did not prevent such marvelous ideas from coming to fruition. Online capabilities, expanded cooperative experiences and major story downloadable content are just a few areas which licensed LEGO games could easily explore in the future. Questions can be raised when it comes to the direction of TT Games, but if LEGO Marvel Superheroes and LEGO City Undercover are examples of the quality we can expect from the next generation of LEGO games, then this is one gamer who will remain anxiously excited. What changes would you like to see in new LEGO titles? What licensed franchises would you love to see tackled by TT Games?
  6. Since LEGO The Hobbit released last month, you may have been wondering where the LEGO video game franchise would go next, and now it seems we have our answer. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced that LEGO Batman 3 is officially in the works and is coming out this Fall. Subtitled "Beyond Gotham," this threequel takes Batman and other DC super heroes... well, beyond Gotham as they venture forth to save the world from Brainiac, who has been miniaturizing world using the power of the Lantern Rings for his own collection. You'll team up with various super heroes and villains to journey to different Lantern worlds in order to collect the various Lantern Rings in order to stop Brainiac before it's too late. Throughout the game, you'll also get to explore various settings like The Hall of Justice, the Justice League Watchtower, and of course, The Batcave. In addition, there are over 150 different characters to unlock, including the numerous Justice League super heroes as well as villains; new gadgets and abilities will be at your disposal too. LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham will swoop down for release this Fall on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS, and PC. Source: Press Release Are you excited for the return of LEGO Batman?
  7. With The LEGO Movie releasing in theaters early next year, it comes as little surprise that the somewhat ironically named The LEGO Movie Videogame is following closely behind. Once again helmed by TT Games, the game adaptation follows the tongue-in-cheek plot of the movie where you take on the role of Emmett, an ordinary Minifig thought to be "The Special," a character prophesied to save the world from an evil tyrant. The game itself will contain some 90 playable characters inspired by the movie and 15 levels in all. Also, there will be a brand new LEGO visual animation style that is said to simulate the movement and feel of real LEGO toys. You can check out The LEGO Movie Videogame when it releases in February 2014 on just about every major console and handheld.
  8. It seems that TT Games has been putting out at least two LEGO adaptation titles for the last two years now (with last year seeing the release of LEGO Batman 2 and LEGO The Lord of the Rings), and with LEGO City Undercover having already been announced for release on the Wii U (and being published by Nintendo as well) this year, it's not surprising that this year will also see the release of at least two more games. Warner Bros., the publisher behind the two aforementioned LEGO titles, has announced that TT Games is developing LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, of which will be the first LEGO game to feature superheroes from Marvel. Accordingly, the game will feature an original storyline that has Nick Fury enlisting the help of many of the super heroes in the Marvel Universe to save Earth from Loki and Galactus, the Devourer of Worlds. “We“re very excited to bring a myriad of classic Marvel characters to life in LEGO form for some fun, family-friendly gameplay in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes,” said Tom Stone, TT Games' Managing Director. “Players will brave the ultimate mission to save the world as they explore famous landmarks in LEGO New York and take the adventure beyond Earth to iconic locations in the Marvel Universe.” “Fans of both LEGO and Marvel have wanted this game for years, and we“re addressing that demand with more Marvel Universe characters than ever in a console game,” said TQ Jefferson, Vice President, Games Production, Marvel Entertainment. “If you“re a fan of Spider-Man, the Avengers, Fantastic Four, X-Men, Guardians of the Galaxy or scores of other Marvel characters, this is the game for you.” The game is said to have more than a 100 characters to unlock, including all of the fan favorites such as Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Spider-Man, the Hulk, and even Galactus, among many others. You can expect lots of traditional LEGO gameplay in the way of solving puzzles, action sequences, and lots of collecting. No word on whether the game will have an open world setting or if the game will have fully voice-acted scenes, but seeing as the last two LEGO games had both, it seems likely for this one as well. What's interesting about all this is that Warner Bros. actually owns DC Entertainment (the parent company of DC Comics and thus the parent company of the Batman franchise), so publishing the LEGO Batman games is a logical and obvious decision for them. However, Marvel Comics is a competing brand to DC, so to see Warner Bros. license a LEGO game based on their direct competitor's properties (which they would be publishing) is an interesting move on their part indeed. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is set to release on all major consoles and handhelds next Fall. Are you looking forward to playing as Marvel superheroes in LEGO form?
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