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  • Blog Post: Lego Star Wars Hits iOS Today

    In our second bit of Lego-related news today (read about the first here ), Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has brought Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga to iOS. The game includes all six episodes, from The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi. Once you download the game, you can play the Phantom... More
  • Blog Post: LEGO Star Wars Coming To Television

    The LEGO Star Wars games have provided an endearing retelling of the entire Star Wars saga. If you've played the games and wished that the cutscenes lasted longer, you're in luck. An animated special based on the LEGO games is in the works, set during the Clone Wars era. ComingSoon.net spied... More
  • Blog Post: Mortal Kombat, Xbox 360 Top April NPD Charts

    Many had wondered whether the Mortal Kombat still had enough juice to decapitate Portal 2 at retail. Well, wonder no more. Selling over 900,000 units, the game tops this months NPD sales charts, edging out Valve's vaunted puzzle/shooter. Further down the list, the LEGO series continued to show its... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon Rules March 2011 NPDs

    We've got the latest video game sales report from NPD, and in news that should surprise very few people, the Nintendo DS and the newly-launching Pokémon White and Black are the top sellers from March 2011. According to NPD, if they were listing sales based on individual SKUs, Pokémon... More
  • Blog Post: Play As Lando In Lego Star Wars III Tomorrow

    Today LucasArts announced that gamers will be able to play as their favorite business man/gambler/backstabber Lando Calrissian in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Lando is LucasArts' final character reveal for the game, and the company describes him as "the coolest character in the galaxy... More
  • Blog Post: NetherRealm, Rocksteady Go Unreal Engine-Exclusive

    Warner Bros. has bought a company-wide license to use Unreal Engine 3 from Epic Games, and the Mortal Kombat and Batman studios will work exclusively with the technology through 2014, according to a press release. The existing Mortal Kombat and Batman projects were already being made with UE3, so there's... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars Meets Poop Jokes In Clone Wars Commercial

    Throughout the many Lego Star Wars games, we've seen plenty of blaster and lightsaber fights rendered in block form, but you know what we haven't seen nearly enough of? Poop jokes. This new short commercial for Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars features an acrobatic clone trooper who gets so... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Star Wars III Launch Trailer Looks Less Lame Than Most Modern Star Wars Junk

    Considering how goofy most modern Star Wars content is and how played out the Lego games have become, I haven't been terribly interested in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Surprisingly, though, this launch trailer makes the game look like a genuine step forward for developer Traveller's Tales... More
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