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Deep within your brain, there’s a little lobe that desperately wants you to act like a nine year-old. This little lobe is in control every time you queue up The Princess Bride on Netflix or decide to buy a candy bar to reward yourself for a trip to the dentist. In that lobe, there’s also a little box with all your favorite moments from the original Star Wars or Indiana Jones or Batman movies, along with your memories of building
You know, LEGO is pretty magical stuff, even without the help of JK Rowling’s rabble. Ever clipped a normal LEGO piece to the underside of a Duplo monstro-block? Magic. Ever connected a man’s legs to his own head? Magic. Ever completed a Technic model? No, us neither, but apparently some people somewhere have...
We've played levels from all three movies featured in the game. But how does plastic Indy stand up against plastic Han Solo? Let our words and videos inform you.
The LEGO games are coming out fast and furious (well, maybe not so furious with those affable yellow faces) with the latest Star Wars version recently released and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game close on its heels, coming up already in May. Since it’s the first LEGO Pirates game, but the release coincides with the fourth Pirates movie, LEGO Pirates manages to cram all four Pirates movies into its story, which we’re sure will lead to bite-sized individual movie portions, but is that really a bad thing? Particularly with...
While we couldn’t get enough of the original LEGO Star Wars games, subsequent spin-offs: LEGO Batman, LEGO Indiana Jones, LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Rock Band, LEGO Dancing with the Stars (okay, we made up that last one… we hope) have worn the concept thinner and thinner. They’re not bad games, mind you – but they’ve done little to evolve the series beyond its original, money-making formula. Thankfully, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars looks to be landing just in time to save the brick-busting series from the Dark Side...
If you’re going to get into a scrap, bring some useful friends. That piece of wisdom is more or less the concept behind this fighting game from Koichi Ishii, the creator of the Mana RPG series.
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