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Posts tagged “Traveller’s Tales”

Spruce Bruce: Lego Batman 3 – Beyond Gotham

If I decide to journey beyond Manchester of a weekend, I might wander as far as Sheffield or Leeds. Maybe a village pub if I'm in the mood for something a little more quaint. Occasionally, I'm even tempted to heard north, across the border into Scotland. Chances are, once I get beyond the front door of my flat, I'll land in a local drinking haunt…

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Moon Bruce: Lego Batman 3 – Beyond Gotham

I'm always slightly disappointed when a new Lego game announcement arrives and it doesn't involve a fresh license. Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham looks like a Justice League game rather than a simple spot of the moody Bruces, but I can't help but feel something other than superheroes would make a pleasant change. Lego Hammer Horror maybe, or Lego Warhammer. It probably doesn't help that…

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Lego The Hobbit review

Lego The Hobbit could simply be called ‘There’ because there ain’t no ‘Back Again’. Lacking the narrative content that will form the final third of the swollen and gaseous film trilogy, this is a perfectly acceptable entry in Traveller’s Tales’ Lego franchise but the release comes at an odd time. The disappointing Lego Movie Videogame is barely out of diapers and Smaug has finished his…

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The LEGO Movie Videogame review

Traveller's Tales have been on a real run lately, knocking it out of the park with Lego Marvel Super Heroes, Lego Lord Of The Rings and Lego Batman 2. So a game based on a movie about people made of Lego? What more could they want? Well, a lot more movie, perhaps a trilogy, for a start. Here's wot I think of The Lego Movie…

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The Legolation Of Smaug: Lego The Hobbit

Someday, we will all probably be made of Lego bricks. Based on the ceaseless, inevitable march of Traveler's Tales' "Lego The Thing" (not a Lego version of The Thing, which is something that absolutely needs to happen) franchise, it's only a matter of time. We may as well cherish what little time we have left as easily popped flesh balloons, given that we will soon be…

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There And Block Again: Lego – The Hobbit

Traveller's Tales have announced that their next game will not be Lego: Doctor Who by announcing that their next game will be Lego: The Hobbit. Due in Spring of next year, the game will cover the events of the first two Hobbit games FILMS (edited to fix idiocy), which means about sixteen hours of playtime will take place in Goblin Town and the barrel sequence…

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Lego Marvel Super Heroes review

Lego Marvel Super Heroes is out in the States, but has then horribly drowned in the oceans, seemingly not released in Europe until the 15th November. Quite why Warner would go to such lengths to screw up the release of such an excellent game we're not sure. We've asked. I've been playing it non-stop for days, and despite being told I'm only 20% of the…

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What’s Going On With Lego Marvel’s Mess Of A Release?

If you're in the futuristic megacities of Americaland, you'll likely know that you can buy and play Lego Marvel Super Heroes on Steam right now. You've been able to for a week or so. If you're in, say, Britain, you may not know that you too can't. Except, until recently, you could buy it! Just not play it. It's been fixed now, but for a…

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Agents of Smile: An Hour(ish) With Lego Marvel Heroes

Mr Fantastic, most boring of all Marvel superheroes, has just turned into an enormous pair of bolt cutters in order to let Captain America through. Not so boring now eh, Reed? The Hulk is tidying up New York with a dustpan and brush. Iron Man is worried that all of this is cutting into his hot tub time. Controlling Spider-Man is just like I've wished…

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Cameo Man: Lego Marvel Super Heroes

The headline may well give away the identity of the latest addition to the Lego Marvel Super Heroes roster but I'm not going to tell you who it is here. The video below explains all and, in its gleeful enthusiasm, makes the game seem like one of the most enticing prospects on the release horizon. I've been playing lots of Saints Row IV recently and,…

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Meet The Bigfigs: Lego Marvel Super Heroes

LEGO people are so tiny! Sometimes I like to spread some out on the floor, stretch to my full height of five foot and a bit, then tower above them like a powerful overlord. The delusion of grandeur ends when I accidentally step on one and end up cured in a foetal position, clutching the sole of my foot, which LEGO tears like bullets bursting…

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The One Who Blocks: Great LEGO: Breaking Bad Fanfilm

If the LEGO: [Insert Popular Culture Icon] series has been a bit too cute for you, then animator Brian Anderson has the perfect solution. Solution as in chemistry. Chemistry as in a bit of the plot of Breaking Bad. Breaking Bad as in he's made a brilliant animation that shows just what BB would look like if Traveller's Tales crammed it into their giant LEGO…

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Stark Realties: Lego Marvel Super Heroes

When I hear an accent I recognise from my everyday bar-crawling life in a dev diary, I feel like we've really made it, us Brits. The chap in the video below is the 'Assisstant (sic) Director' of Lego Marvel Super Heroes, which effectively means that Britain has now taken the best of Denmark and America, and made those things its own. He's a cultural conqueror…

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OMG LEGO Marvel Game Is A Thing Yes Now Please YES!

STOP EVERYTHING. I'm in the middle of writing a feature about something or other but who cares because! BECAUSE! LEGO Marvel Super Heroes!Oh good heavens, it's my worlds all coming together in a thousand Christmasses. The infinite supply of utterly excellent Lego games from Traveller's Tales collides with the superheroics from the House Of Ideas, and if it isn't the best game ever I'm going…

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Lego Lord Of The Rings review

Lego Lord of the Rings has been out for a while but I've only just managed to walk into Mordor. It was quite simple in the end. I also tossed a dwarf, loads of times, and I avoided being Legolas as much as possible because something about the cut of his jib irritates me. I undertook the Quest for Mount Doom and, eventually, I saved…

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You Shall Not Pass On The Lego LOTR Demo

Edit - whoops, Nathan already posted this. I blame Sauron.Warner are pretty canny at getting a companion Lego game out when their tentpole movies arrive, and with The Hobbit: An Unexpectedly And Cynically Long Three-Part Journey arriving in cinemas very soon, so it is that the first Lego Lord of the Rings game is on its way. I am prepared to state, on the record,…

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Breaking The Hobbit: Lego Lord Of The Rings’ Demo

Lego Lord of the Rings is still a few weeks from building a bridge to our machines (and hopefully, using its quirky brand of Lego charm, our hearts), but Traveler's Tales has seen fit to release one mythical creature from its grasp early: an honest-to-goodness, flesh-and-brick pre-release demo. In the modern age of un-middle Earth, these poor things are all but extinct, so treat it with care.…

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Little Big Middle-Earth: Lego Lord Of The Rings’ World

Our world was not built with Lego figurines in mind. They are small, plasticine, and worrisomely edible, while we are almighty giants with colossal living rooms and all-consuming sofa cushions to match. In other words, pretty much everything dwarfs our favorite race of jaundiced, ear-less architects - regardless of mundanity. Tables, chairs, lamps - you name it. So what happens when we fling them into…

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Blocky Balrogs: Lego Lord Of The Rings Has “That Line”

Legos have come a long way since I was but a naive youth who could still play with colorful blocks and not fear the judgmental scorn of my peers. Back then, I'd crack open a fresh bucket and let my unbridled child imagination craft epic dreamscapes that... well, they mostly ended up looking like boxes. Sometimes I put wheels on them. OK, so maybe what I imagined…

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Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes review

And still they come. With Lego Lord Of The Rings coming shortly, and Lego Harry Potter 2 only just gone, the incessant supply of block-breaking cuteness has just delivered us Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. It should more properly have been called Lego Batman & Superman, really. Is that a good thing? Shine a giant J into the sky and I'll tell you Wot…

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