Tag Archives: Warner Bros.

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens review
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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens review

[Reviewed on PS4] If there’s one element from the source material this latest addition to the ever-growing LEGO family absolutely nails, it’s the ability to create a new product without doing anything vaguely original – much as Abrams’ movie was more or less a beat-for-beat retread of A New Hope,...

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers review
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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers review

[Reviewed on PS4] While the LEGO games finally took a step beyond its successful but very familiar formula with last year’s ambitious toys-to-life effort LEGO Dimensions, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is very much Traveller’s Tales back in its familiar groove. This is the kind of ultra-polished and sharply comedic licensed action...

LEGO Dimensions review
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LEGO Dimensions review

With the toys-to-life genre becoming such a success for Activision and Disney, it was perhaps inevitable that Warner Bros would target it also. LEGO Dimensions is the end result and it’s a game that delights as much as it infuriates. It’s also the game which is most likely going to...

Mad Max review
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Mad Max review

Mad Max is one of the most nebulous open world games we’ve played. That’s both good and bad. If you’re the kind of gamer that likes to ‘reformat’ the maps you’re playing in, Mad Max isn’t for you – the tasks are repetitive, the environment is uninspired and the combat...

5 Things to know about LEGO Worlds

Minecraft is a hefty throne to try and topple, but if anyone can do it, it’s TT Games. Specifically, TT’s ability to translate all of real-life LEGO’s strengths into videogames, because Minecraft’s appeal basically comes from LEGO in the first place. Those world-famous building blocks were translated online into Infiniminer,...

LEGO Jurassic World review
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LEGO Jurassic World review

The days of wretched licensed movie games are over, and it’s thanks to the marvellous LEGO franchise. The bar has been set so high by the likes of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes and LEGO Lord Of The Rings that sludge like the Pacific Rim game just aren’t acceptable any more....

How Mortal Kombat X Plans To Live Forever

Unlike the vast majority of its kombatants, Mortal Kombat is immortal. 23 years after its first outing, the franchise is still going strong, and thanks to some online innovations implemented by NetherRealm Studios, the newest game plans to stay alive far longer than any of it’s ill-fated kharacters… Onthe eve...

Batman: Arkham Knight review
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Batman: Arkham Knight review

The Joker is dead. Batman’s most iconic and volatile enemy is out of the picture. So how good can a Batman game be without him? As it turns out, it can be extremely good. The struggle between Batman and his erstwhile nemesis can actually be a stumbling block in the...