Much has been made to the latest LEGO videogame by Traveller’s Tales and Warner Bros. Interactive, based on The Incredibles. It is after all the first LEGO game for the Disney-Pixar property, and they made sure to throw as many extras for its release, like a minifigure of Edna Mode.
The five seasons that Brooklyn Nine-Nine enjoyed ever since premiering on Fox in 2013 shows that there’s still a significant audience for police procedural sitcoms. One of these fans is Bear Parker, Community Manager for TT Games Global. So upon hearing of the show’s cancellation, he was spurred to act.
Last January, we mentioned that a rumored LEGO and Warner Bros Interactive collaboration is now on the works featuring the infamous villainous characters of the DC universe. Aptly titled, LEGO DC Villains, the said rumored project will put into the spotlight the characters of Joker and the rest of his mean posse and will feature a host of DC baddies in one video game package.
It’s that feeling again: the sensation of anticipation that comes before the impending premiere of a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. MCU fans felt it last before Black Panther opened in cinemas last February; now it’s happening all over again for Avengers: Infinity War, set to come out on the 27th.
Just when you thought that nothing more may come for the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 videogame by way of additional downloadable content, a new batch drops in on us once more. The themes of added characters for LMSH2 tend to vary from comic book events to MCU movie releases such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and the recent monumental blockbuster, the Black Panther.