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Since its announcement, LEGO Dimensions has teased fans with glimpses of the various characters who will make up the game. With a cast made up of Wyldstyle, Batman, Gandalf, Scooby-Doo, Ghostbuster and more, there’s almost literally something for every fan to look forward to when the game debuts in late September.
Today, TT Games debuts a look at many of the realms that make up LEGO Dimensions, with hi-resolution screenshots of Scooby-Doo’s haunted castle, the ghostbuster’s fire station headquarters, The Wizard of Oz‘s Emerald City, Doctor Who‘s Dalek battleground, Back to the Future‘s western world and much more.
Koei Tecmo has debuted the first screenshots from Attack on Titan, the “tactical hunting game” for PlayStation based on Hajime Isayama’s hit manga.
The images arrive courtesy of the Japanese magazine Famitsu, which reveals that 50 percent of the game is complete. According to Koei Tecmo executives Hisashi Koinuma and Tomoyuki Kitamura, much of the focus has been on making flight, through the manga’s signature 3D maneuver gear, as fun as possible, with the controls rewarding both newcomers and skilled gamers.
The game may be called Batman: Arkham Knight, but never forget that Gotham is The Joker’s city. And with a new PC mod, the Clown Prince of Crime is taking it back.
Created by Tchi6, the mod allows gamers to play as The Joker as he appears in flashback early in Arkham Knight — as a ball cap-wearing, Hawaiian shirt-clad rogue in his prime. The mod uses the character animations from the Red Hood DLC, which is why young Mr. J suddenly has all those badass moves.
When you set out to unleash hell on the crime-ridden streets of Los Santos, sometimes plain ol’ Mark III armor with repulsor rays and missiles just isn’t enough. No, sometimes you need to break out the serious firepower, like, say, the Hulkbuster.
That’s exactly what JulioNB did in his latest PC mod for Grand Theft Auto V, which is pretty impressive. His Hulkbuster is so detailed and on-model, that it could be mistaken for an official release.
Following fast on the heels of Wednesday’s “Adventure Worlds” trailer, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games have unveiled the Ghostbusters expansion packs for their LEGO Dimensions toy-to-life game.
Announced at GamesCom in Germany, they include a level pack, featuring a playable Peter Venkman playable minifigure, the ECTO-1 and a ghost trap, and two fun packs: one containing Slimer and the other the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games have debuted a new trailer for LEGO Dimensions that introduces the 14 Adventure Worlds of the toy-to-life video game.
There’s a DC Comics world, a Simpsons world, a Lord of the Rings world, a Back to the Future world, a Wizard of Oz world, a LEGO Ninjago world — well, you get the picture. They separate from the game’s main story, with each playable character able to unlock the corresponding world.
Koei Tecmo has made it official, launching an announcement trailer for an Attack on Titan video game for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
Although there have been other games based on Hajime Isayama’s bestselling manga and its hit anime adaptation — a series of Blu-ray disc “visual novels,” Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains for Nintendo 3DS and the Attack on Titan: Howl Toward Freedom mobile game — this will be the first release for both handheld and home consoles.
Keoi Tecmo, the Japanese company behind Dynasty Warriors and One Piece: Pirate Warriors, will release a video game later this year based on Attack on Titan.
The announcement, made on the wraparound jacket band on the 17th volume of Hajime Isayama’s bestselling manga, is light on details. According to Anime News Network, the ad states the game will be released for a PlayStation platform, but doesn’t specify which one.
WB Games and Avalanche Studios have debuted a “Stronghold,” a new trailer for Mad Max that introduces players to the faces and places of the Wasteland they’ll encounter in the upcoming video game.
Debuting Sept. 1 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Mad Max allows gamers to become the legendary lone warrior as they create and upgrade equipment and weapons to survive in the brutal post-apocalyptic world for George Miller’s film series.
Franchise veteran Vega will return as a playable character in Street Fighter V, Capcom announced this morning with a new trailer. He’ll bring with him a slightly new look, and two fighting techniques.
Introduced in 1991 in Street Fighter II, the narcissistic “Spanish Ninja” joins a growing roster for the 2016 that includes Ryu, Chun-Li, Nash, M. Bison, Cammy, Birdie, Ken and Necalli.
Sure, Superman, Spider-Man and The Flash entered the world of Grand Theft Auto V ahead of him, but now that Tony Stark has shown up, he’s at this car-punching, repulsor ray-firing, missile-launching, high-flying best.
In the new PC mod — it’s the work of JulioNB, who earlier added the character to GTA IV — Iron Man exchanges Stark Tower for the mean streets of San Andreas, where he proceeds to wreak havoc in the grand tradition of the hit game franchise.
As if the promise of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and G.I. Joe weren’t enough to get you excited for Toy Soldiers: War Chest, Ubisoft has released a trailer trumpeting the addition of playable Cobra and Assassin’s Creed armies.
We previously characterized the fourth game in the Signal Studios series as an epic bedroom-floor battle imagined by sugar-fueled 8-year-old, and this announcement only reinforces that: Eight armies, made up from beloved toys (and now video game characters), battle for supremacy.
Believe it or not, there’s more to LEGO Dimensions than throwing together a bunch of characters from unrelated franchises into the same video game. There’s actually a story, as this new trailer demonstrates.
You see, evil mastermind Lord Vortech vows to rule the LEGO Multiverse by summoning characters from assorted worlds to help him find the Foundational Elements that will allow him to achieve his goal. When a powerful vortex appears and sweeps up characters from DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings and The LEGO Movie, Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle set out to save their friends, only to discover that Lord Vortech is summoning villains from different LEGO worlds to help him gain control.
If you always wanted to know what a conversation between the Dark Knight and Shaggy — yes, Shaggy of “Scooby-Doo” fame would sound like, a new video promoting the upcoming “LEGO Dimensions” has you covered.
TT Games, Warner Bros. and The LEGO Group have released a new promo that features Batman and and Shaggy talking cars. Always looking out for his image, the Dark Knight questions the always-lovable Shaggy about his new ride, wanting to know if it has shields, bulletproof paneling and, most importantly, if it comes in black. But it might not be the car you’re expecting.
Peter Capaldi provides the voice of the Twelfth Doctor in a new trailer for the upcoming LEGO Dimensions video game. The Doctor Who expansion pack will team the time traveling hero — every incarnation ever! — with Batman, Wyldstyle and Gandalf as the team race to save the universe, LEGO War Doctor, Cybermen and Daleks be damned!