Good news everyone!
I have yet another collection of screenshots to share with you today, this time gliding in from Batman: Arkham Knight! The shots below display the awesome amount of fidelity that has gone in through Rokcsteady’s hard work on the last instalment in the series. Ranging from the burnt flesh on Two-Face, to the Batwing dropping the Batmobile into the heat of battle, they truly are awesome! Check them out below.
Today four new screenshots were released for the upcoming LEGO Avengers re-union! They’re not particularly interesting and don’t reveal anything that we don’t already know about the game.
However it must be noted that these are all screenshots of a LEGO re-enactment of the first Avengers film, but it is likely that the game will feature the Age Of Ultron storyline as teased in the trailer for the game which you can also view below along with the screenshots.
Is this LEGO Marvel Superheroes?
It looks bad!
Why can’t it all be made from LEGO?
In another announcement today, WB Games UK revealed that their other LEGO game, LEGO Dimensions will be featuring a vast array of sets and characters, ranging from The Simpsons to Portal.
LEGO Dimensions will feature Level Packs, Team Packs and Fun Packs based on these fourteen brands that will provide new buildable characters, vehicles and gadgets, as well as compelling game content with mission-based levels and unique in-game abilities. All expansion packs will provide players the opportunity to use everything interchangeably, anywhere throughout the game. A full list of franchise sets can be seen below.
- The Simpsons™
- Doctor Who
- Jurassic World™
- Midway Arcade
- LEGO® Chima™
- Scooby Doo! ™
- DC Comics
- The Lord of the Rings™
- The LEGO® Movie™
- The Wizard of Oz™
- LEGO® Ninjago™
- Back to the Future™
For those of you who don’t know LEGO Dimensions is Warner Brothers take on Amiibo, Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
It was also revealed in a new trailer that every LEGO vehicle and gadget can be physically built and then rebuilt twice for a total of three different objects that do entirely different things in the digital game for massive variety. I feel that this customisability makes up for the pricey costs of the sets.
Check out the latest LEGO Dimensions trailer below.
Today WB Games UK announced their latest LEGO title, LEGO Worlds. I like to think of it a Minecraft but with LEGO instead. It seems a pretty valid description of the game thus far as all we have heard from WB Games UK is that it is “a limitless collection of procedurally generated worlds made entirely of LEGO Bricks, where players build unique environments and define their own experience.”
The game has hit Steam early access today and you can head on over there to purchase it for £11.99. Traveller’s Tales have put the game into early access to allow it to be more community driven. With the intention of listening to community feedback to improve on the game. Check out the trailer below.
Here’s a fun little video. Warner Brothers just released a video giving the viewers a tour of the park featured in their upcoming game LEGO Jurassic World. It shows off the park in a number of different aspects, as well as showing off the dino creator system which will be in the game.
LEGO Jurassic World is the first videogame where players can relive their favourite moments from the epic storylines of all four films in the Jurassic Parkfranchise, including the upcoming and highly-anticipated movie Jurassic World, reimagined in LEGO form and told in TT Games’ signature, classic LEGO humour and fun, brick-building gameplay.
This trailer is a direct continuation of gameplay seen in the trailer “Officer Down”. Here you can see more of the Dark Knight in action in this extended gameplay walkthrough, as he pays a visit to Scarecrow’s safe house and battles the forces of the Arkham Knight’s militia. The driving of the Batmobile looks sleek and the free-flowing combat looks like an improvement on the great formula developed at Rocksteady.
Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment finally announced the roster of voice actors that have joined Rocksteady Studios in ending the epic Batman: Arkham trilogy, (because Origins doesn’t count).
Jonathan Banks, Ashley Greene, John Noble and Scott Porter join an ensemble cast that includes fan-favourites Kevin Conroy, who returns as Batman; Tara Strong as Harley Quinn; Troy Baker as Two-Face and Nolan North as Penguin.
If you want to get a sneaky preview at this quartet’s performace within the game, then check out the trailer below to hear their awesome voices!