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  • Blog Post: Lego Marvel To Make Xbox One Launch After All

    Earlier this week, we reported that the Xbox One launch was going to be missing Lego Marvel Super Heroes . It seems that whatever was holding things up has been handled. Warner Bros. told us today that the title would be ready to go at retail on November 22 in the United States. It will be on store shelves... More
  • Blog Post: Los Santos Tourism Still High As Grand Theft Auto V Tops October 2013 NPD

    The October 2013 NPD report reflecting retail video game hardware and software sales has been released. While Grand Theft Auto V keeps the top spot for another month, Nintendo sweeps in with Pokémon X and Y in the second and third positions. The NPD also reports that overall sales in the sector... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 10/25/13

    Most of Game Informer’s editors will be busy making their way through the Kalos region in Pokémon X & Y this weekend. Some might also visit Gotham City and Los Santos before Monday. Tim Turi: This weekend is all about Pokémon and catching up with some Top 50 Games of the Year... More
  • Blog Post: Some Big Guns Join The Cast Of Lego Marvel Super Heroes

    Lego Marvel Super Heroes already features Marvel mainstays like Hulk, Spider-Man, and Wolverine, but Traveller's Tales Games just announced that some other A-list characters will be joining the cast, including Stan Lee. During a panel at Comic Con, Traveller's Tales Games and Marvel announced... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Reveals Lego Marvel Preorder Bonuses, CG Trailer

    We've been following Lego Marvel Super Heroes from the start, and we were stoked to see more footage of our favorite heroes in action. The latest clip doesn't feature any in-game action, but it does provide a tease of one of the title's main villains. Comics fans will undoubtedly recognize... More
  • Blog Post: February Cover Revealed: Lego Marvel Super Heroes

    Some said a collaboration between Marvel and TT Games could never happen. Apparently, nobody told the studio behind the popular series of Lego games. After all, Warner Bros. is the parent company of both TT Games and DC Comics, which made many people assume that a Marvel Lego game was off the table.... More
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