Activision has rushed over a batch of brand new images for Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, with Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker making a welcome appearance.
Lego Star Wars II will up the action from the original game by adding more characters, vehicles, abilities and giving you loads of new Force powers to play with - Vader's got his choke, as you can see if you click the image tab above, and the Emperor will shoot Force lightning from his fingertips.
Immortal game developer and franchise-machine, Shigeru Miyamoto, recently sat down with Nintendo of Europe and finally confirmed that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will make use of the motion-controlled Revolution controller. This means that instead of quietly enjoying the game on your couch, you can opt to take the Swing 'n' Scream approach and flail the wand about as if it were your own little Master
We've gathered some screenshots for Loco Roco, which Sony has announced will hit PSP this summer.
A joyfully simple game, you're responsible for guiding grinning, jelly-like blobs - the Loco Roco - through snowy mountain peaks and moist jungles, while avoiding anything sharp and pokey.
Loco Roco uses PSP's shoulder buttons to tilt the levels and roll the blobby characters through the environments. By gobbling fruit scattered around the levels your Loco Roco will balloon in size, but bumping
LucasArts has announced Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, transforming A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi into fantastically charming episodes of Lego platforming action.
This time around players can drive vehicles, ride creatures like the Tauntaun, and unlock more than 50 characters to use in Free Play; over 50 more can be unlocked by using an old save game from the original Lego Star Wars.You can even mix and match the different body parts of your characters to
Lego Star Wars is set to touch down on Gamecube, with the game's publisher, Eidos, announcing that it's releasing the title for the console on 4 November - four days after Star Wars Episode III comes out on DVD.
With its cooperative, buddy-up gameplay and lovable Lego-fication of the Star Wars universe, the game has on PS2, Xbox, PC and GBA and currently occupies number 24 in the all formats chart - quite an achievement considering it was released six months ago.Lego Star Wars is out now for
Digital Extremes offshoot Brainbox Games has just announced the first details of Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green, a zombie-based first-person shooter for PC and Xbox.
We're fans of the undead as much as anyone and, given that this is based on George A Romero's Land of the Dead movie (which reaches the UK next month), the combined level of gore and cadavers promises to be suitably high.
The storyline (such as it is) involves players having to save themselves from an army of corpses
The quest, the trilogy and the marketing hype may finally be over but JRR just keeps on Tolkien with the announcement of PSP title Lord of the Rings Tactics.
We've managed to get our hands on the Sony-only handheld game already and found that with its legions of battles it felt much like Square's , but with a WiFi multiplayer element.
It also offers you the chance to play on the side of good, with the friendly Fellowship, or to edge towards the dark side and take command of Sauron's orc and
Official ELSPA Entertainment Top 20 Software Chart (all prices) - week ending 30 April1 (2) Lego Star Wars(PS2, Xbox, PC, GBA)2 (1) Midnight Club 3 Dub Edition(PS2, Xbox)3 (3) FIFA Street(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube)4 (5) Gran Turismo 4(PS2)5 (NE) TT Superbikes(PS2)6 (8) World Snooker Championship 2005(PS2, Xbox, PC)7 (4) Splinter Cell Chaos Theory(PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC)8 (NE) Guild Wars(PC)9 (6) Doom 3(Xbox, PC)10 (10) The Punisher(PS2, Xbox, PC)11 (9) Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30(PS2, Xbox,
Forget about Sticklebrick Battlestar Galactica or Meccano Lost In Space. Lego Star Wars is the sci-fi flick/construction toy fusion that you are looking for. It's the perfect combination of two childhood favourites wrapped up in an easy-to-swallow plastic package. Building from the bricks of The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and the upcoming Episode III Revenge of the Sith, it promises to put you into to boots of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Anakin Skywalker and R2-D2, meeting and defeating the
Let's face it, an adventure game based on the LOTR trilogy was what we in the business term a no-brainer, and we've been expecting this announcement since EA signed up the license. Which doesn't stop us being as excited as a Hobbit with a foot spa this morning.Currently under development at EA Redwood Shores, The Third Age takes the main plot of the films as its narrative spine while occasionally branching out to flesh out elements of the books that were glossed over on-screen through the