Tt Games Tagged Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Tt Games RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network LEGO DC Super-Villains Announced for Fall Release https://www.gameskinny.com/yz8yh/lego-dc-super-villains-announced-for-fall-release https://www.gameskinny.com/yz8yh/lego-dc-super-villains-announced-for-fall-release Wed, 30 May 2018 14:34:44 -0400 Zach Hunt

Tired of playing as the good guys?

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games officially announced today that LEGO DC Super-Villains will be coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on October 16. 

Set to feature a roster of classic baddies from throughout the DC Universe, LEGO DC Super-Villains will allow players to create and customize their own villainous main character and then team up with notable baddies such as The Joker, Lex Luthor, and Harley Quinn in order to thwart the plans of a mysterious group calling themselves "The Justice Syndicate."

Allegedly, the Justice League has decided to take a sabbatical, and this new group of wannabes has decided to fill the void. It will be up to players and their team of antiheroes to uncover and put a stop to whatever the Syndicate is up to.

Naturally, being a LEGO game, two-player local co-op hilarity is sure to ensue.

Pre-orders are available now for the Deluxe Edition of LEGO DC Super-Villains, which will include the game, Season Pass content, and early access to the "DC Super-Villains: TV Series" DLC Character Pack. Physical versions will also come with a LEGO minifigure of Lex Luthor Superman; digital versions are set to include the "Justice League Dark" DLC Character Pack.

Be sure to stick with GameSkinny as we learn more about LEGO DC Super-Villains in the coming months.

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Review: LEGO Worlds Fails to Deliver on a Brilliant Idea https://www.gameskinny.com/umv0h/review-lego-worlds-fails-to-deliver-on-a-brilliant-idea https://www.gameskinny.com/umv0h/review-lego-worlds-fails-to-deliver-on-a-brilliant-idea Mon, 20 Mar 2017 13:44:17 -0400 Autumn Fish

Allow me to kick off this review by first saying that LEGO Worlds has the potential to be the best LEGO game I've ever played. TT Games did a pretty nice job with taking the joy of our favorite childhood building bricks and translating that into a virtual landscape. The possibilities are staggering with the insane amount of bricks, character skins, and themed assets at your disposal.

With that out of the way, however, LEGO Worlds feels like it should still be in Early Access. Beyond a vast array of technical issues that I ran into during my playtime on the PS4, I felt that a little more TLC could have been put into the world generation and overall pacing of the game, among other things.

While it saddens me to see it released in such an unpolished state, the potential is definitely here. I believe this game could go far if the developers continue to iron out its issues and work towards fully fleshing out its existing content. 

Now, I could prattle on about how disorienting all of these mixed feelings are, or I could let the gameplay speak for itself. 

LEGO Worlds Review How it Fails to Deliver on a Brilliant Idea Preview Impressions

What is LEGO Worlds, anyway?

Imagine a game of dollhouse where you play as a Master Builder on a pre-made little world of LEGOs. And you can build or rebuild with the bricks however you like. Now imagine if neither you nor your family had to go through countless hours of set-up to pull it off. From here, just mix in a never-ending supply of bricks, alongside some semblance of progression, and you essentially have LEGO Worlds.

The game begins with your spaceship falling apart and crash landing into the nearest blocky mass of bricks, making a rather nice-sized crater. To fix it up, the game requires you to hunt down an elusive treasure called Gold Bricks. You'll need 3 to get off the island, 10 to get out of the tutorial, and 100 in total to unlock all world types and permanent equipment available.

LEGO Worlds fails to deliver on a brilliant idea world generation review

World Generation

There are no world generation options to speak of until you collect 100 Gold Bricks. Heck, you're stuck with exploring single-biome small-sized worlds until you amass 25 bricks. Even after you unlock Medium worlds, spawning one from the Random World Generation button is entirely a matter of luck.

Points of interest like castles, beanstalks, and towns don't do enough for any world to forgive all of the shortcomings of its procedural generation.

Even if you can live with the early absence of generation options, it's worth noting that the procedural generation overall is really sub-par. The lay of the land always felt familiar to me, no matter how many worlds I visited. I never felt that feeling of awe that you get when you load into a fresh Minecraft save and discover a really radical cliff face that no one else has likely seen before. Points of interest like castles, beanstalks, and towns don't do enough for any world to forgive all of the shortcomings of its procedural generation.

Unfortunately, the repetitive world generation goes hand-in-hand with a sheer lack of variety in quests. I started seeing repeats before I was even a dozen hours in. I understand that quests get heavily reused in randomly generated games like this, but I ran into the issue far too soon and too often to continue to suspend my disbelief.

I felt like my retention was artificially padded -- where it seemed like I was constantly discovering new things, but only because they lock off entire biomes and other important map features until you collect a number of Gold Bricks. For example, cities only start spawning on Medium worlds, but there are a few extra town variations that only show up after you've unlocked larger worlds.

Now don't get me wrong, TT Games did a great job making sure every type of city and biome feels distinct and truly unique. However, they simply don't spawn in enough interesting ways to make each biome or type of city worth visiting more than a handful of times. The charm just dies out after the first visit.

LEGO Worlds Review Gameplay World Quest Generation How it Fails to Deliver on a Brilliant Idea

Creative Toolkit

Considering LEGO Worlds is essentially a sandbox game, you may decide that its poor ability to build itself doesn't matter all that much when you can just rebuild it. If so, hats off to you. But it pays to be aware of how the creative tools work so you know how big of a time investment you're looking at for getting all the bricks you want for your mega-build.

Discovery Tool

The first thing you're introduced to is the Discovery Tool. This simple device can essentially scan objects, vehicles, creatures, and characters found throughout the world for use in your own projects. I love this tool because it really augments the experience of exploration. If you find something new, you can scan it and essentially never live without it again.

This is fantastic because anything that's not made out of bricks can be scanned. If you found an awesome airplane, you can scan it and use it on all of your future expeditions. If you find a character you really like the look of, you can scan them and wear their skins. As a bonus, the more character skins you have unlocked, the better the character randomization button gets.

Landscape Tool

Once you discover your way off the first island, you'll find yourself in a volcanic region with nothing but a brand new Landscape Tool to get by. With this nifty gadget, you can Flatten, Smooth, Raise or Lower, Add or Remove, and Replace the bricks that make up the landscape. It's simple in concept, yet as powerful as your favorite creative mods for Minecraft.

LEGO Worlds Review how it fails to deliver on a brilliant idea discovery landscape build tool

Build Tool

After landscaping your way off the second map, you're introduced to the Build Tool. With this equipped, you can use LEGO bricks to build whatever structures you like. If it sounds too good to be true, that's because it is.

Even after dozens of hours, I've only unlocked around 33% of the available bricks in LEGO Worlds.

From the start, you only have access to a small handful of brick shapes. To unlock more brick shapes, you must chase down little green monsters called Troublemakers or luck out when opening a treasure chest. Even after dozens of hours, I've only unlocked around 33% of the available bricks in LEGO Worlds. That is an insane and frankly unnecessary amount of padding, especially when we're stuck without a creative mode. (PC players can, however, enter a code to unlock all the bricks.)

Paint Tool

Next up you'll find the Paint Tool, which allows the player to replace the color or material of any brick. With this, you could paint a brown barn red or the green grass into red hot lava. This is another simple yet powerful tool normally only found in mods for these sorts of sandbox games.

Copy Tool

Finally, the game drops you the Copy Tool for your convenience. This tool, as you might guess, allows you to copy anything in the world and paste it anywhere. You can even save the copied segment as a blueprint to place later with the Discovery Tool.

Free Build

After collecting all of the tools, you get your hands on Free Build mode, which is essentially a place where you can access all of your tools without needing to go back through the fiddly menu.

LEGO Worlds review creative tools and technical issues how it fails to deliver on a brilliant idea

Technical Issues

Speaking of fiddly menus, little is more frustrating in this game than the controls. The interact button has surprising inconsistencies, the menus are too difficult to reach, and combat is absolutely horrid. Even coming from a grizzled Dark Souls background, every death I experienced felt unfair and somewhat unavoidable. It seemed like the only way to avoid taking damage while simultaneously dealing it was to stun-lock an enemy -- and even that felt inconsistent.

On top of poor controls sits a plethora of technical problems that make LEGO Worlds feel like it's still in beta rather than a full release state. I've landed on at least 3 worlds that didn't generate properly. One of them had chunks of bricks that were straight up missing, which was easily discernable thanks to floating objects and misaligned quest objectives. The other two worlds were missing a quest, and an entire city was nowhere to be found at green and blue beacons respectively. (And yes, for those wondering, I excavating the ground where the city should have been to come up with no results.)

I've also encountered a number of bugs dealing with the player character. For example, my character often wanted to default to the Discovery Tool after interacting with something like the spaceship, a treasure chest, or even an NPC. One time it bugged out to the point of being unable to place anything with the Discovery Tool until I rebooted the game.

Another time I managed to get myself stuck by trying to interact with too many things at once. Another reboot was required to be able to move my character again. Finally, I did experience one bizarre crash while taking off in my spaceship to visit another world. Oddly, I noticed that the character skin was changed upon loading back in after the crash.

None of these technical issues would really bother me on their own, but they happened so frequently that it really disrupted my groove. I can only imagine the level of grief this would cause should you crash or freeze in the middle of working on a massive project.

LEGO Worlds Overview Review Verdict Technical Issues How it Failed to Deliver on a Brilliant Idea

Verdict

I want to reiterate that I actually really like this game. LEGO Worlds has heaps of potential and TT Games has a really solid vision. If they continue to work on and improve this title, it could easily contend with the top 3D sandbox games on the market.

If you have a rig bulky enough to handle it, I highly suggest picking up LEGO Worlds on Windows PC as opposed to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch consoles. The exclusive creative mode code combined with always being up to date on the latest patches easily makes it the superior platform for experiencing this game.

If LEGO has anything over Minecraft, it's that the world isn't confined to blocky square shapes. If you can get past the padded out progression and the current lack of depth in world generation options, you're looking at a true gem that most modern-day creative sandboxes can't even compare to.

Note: Review copy provided by the publisher.

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Exclusive DLC for PlayStation coming to LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens https://www.gameskinny.com/gg7l3/exclusive-dlc-for-playstation-coming-to-lego-star-wars-the-force-awakens https://www.gameskinny.com/gg7l3/exclusive-dlc-for-playstation-coming-to-lego-star-wars-the-force-awakens Mon, 27 Jun 2016 09:39:06 -0400 John Robson

Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be receiving some exclusive downloadable content for PlayStation 3 and 4. Titled the "Droids Character Pack", this pack contains various droids with "more personality than a lot of humans," according to the developer.

The character pack includes several droids which were actually featured in the Star Wars films. One such droid is R5-D4, an astromech droid featured in the original Star Wars film, as the droid Luke Skywalker purchased instead of the more famous R2-D2. Another droid included is IG-88, a chrome robotic creature from Star Wars: Episode V. This droid carries a blaster rifle capable of tracking down adversaries.

That's not all, because there are also three other droids available, known as "battle droids", taken from The Clone Wars animated series. These droids, named Captain Battle Droid, Super Battle Droid and Captain Commando Droid, possess unique features that will assist in combat.

Joining these droids is new transport in the form of a Vulture-class droid starfighter accessible in levels with flight, as well as a microfighter to travel around the five available areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Two of the droids available)

A unique character is also available -- the cyborg supreme commander, General Grievous. Plucked from the movies and television, this character commands the battle droids with lightsabers as his weapon and different combat moves.

A less combat-orientated approach is also available, with the ME-8D9 and W1-LE offering more peaceful approaches through negotiation. Both of these droids have been featured within other media -- ME-8D9 is from Star Wars: the Force Awakens and the W1-LE is from the Star Wars: Rebels animated series, respectively.

The Droids Character Pack is available when the game launches, on June 28th, exclusively on PlayStation 3 and 4.

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LEGO Marvel's Avengers has exclusive DLC with Sony https://www.gameskinny.com/kz4fm/lego-marvels-avengers-has-exclusive-dlc-with-sony https://www.gameskinny.com/kz4fm/lego-marvels-avengers-has-exclusive-dlc-with-sony Wed, 13 Jan 2016 18:02:27 -0500 Jeff D_7921

Sony is partnering with TT games for some exclusive goodies. LEGO Marvel's Avengers will be getting free DLC exclusively for PS4 and PS3. The news comes from the game's director, Arthur Parsons. PlayStation gamers will be able to access two additional movies of content. 

"LEGO Marvel's Avengers is getting some free DLC content exclusively for all PS4 and PS3 players. What's even more awesome is that the content is based on the brilliant Marvel's Ant-Man movie and also one of my most anticipated films of 2016, Marvel's Captain America: Civil War."

-Arthur Parsons

The Captain America: Civil War Character Pack will include nine characters from the upcoming film. This list includes: Captain America, Iron Man (Mark 46 armor), Black Panther, Winter Soldier, Falcon, War Machine, Scarlet Witch, Crossbones, and Agent 13.

These characters will be available to take into the main game as well. The DLC will be released at launch on January 26th. 

Meanwhile, the Ant-Man character and level pack will include a new level (no further details were given as to what specific scene). Eleven characters will be playable, including: Ant-Man (Scott Lang), Ant-Man (Hank Pym), Ant-Thony (Flying Ant), Cassie Lang, Darren Cross, Luis, The Wasp (Janet Van Dyne), and Yellow Jacket. This DLC content will not be available until spring of 2016.

How big of a deal this is may depend on when this content will be released for the other platforms, and what the price will be. Console-exclusive DLC has been common practice over the years. Titles like Call of Duty would offer early map access on Xbox platforms, while Sony would get exclusive side missions in the Assassin's Creed series. 

Does this sway you to purchase the game instead of the weekend rental route? Normally I rent LEGO titles, but being a Marvel nerd, the DLC release in the spring may warrant a purchase for me. Share your thoughts in the comments!

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LEGO Marvel's Avengers comes to New York Comic Con https://www.gameskinny.com/qmyly/lego-marvels-avengers-comes-to-new-york-comic-con https://www.gameskinny.com/qmyly/lego-marvels-avengers-comes-to-new-york-comic-con Tue, 20 Oct 2015 17:03:07 -0400 Venisia Gonzalez

New York Comic Con 2015 has come and gone. Javitts Center was briefly the epicenter of gaming, pop culture, comics, anime, entertainment, and of course, cosplay. The show floor was bigger than last year's event, expanding not only the building's individual square footage, but also over to the Hammerstein Ballroom. From games, artists, and comics, to some of the hottest panels could be seen.

The variety of panels peaked many interests, but on Friday, October 9th, the Main Stage called out to all Lego lovers. Marvel Games and TT Games brought the house down with news on their upcoming title, LEGO Marvel's Avengers. Arthur Parsons (Game Director, TT Games), Bill Rosemann (Creative Director, Marvel Games) and Mike Jones (Executive Producer, Marvel Games) were introduced to the stage by Ryan Penagos (Executive Editorial Director, Marvel Digital). They were all excited and ready to share news.

Here's everything we learned about LEGO Avengers during the NYCC panel
Adventure like never before, open-world... has never been so good

You'll explore Manhattan, the Barton Farm, Asgard, Malibu, the Shield Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and of course, South Africa in this new Lego game. There's supposed to be adventure like never before, and open-world exploration that has never been so good.

LEGO Marvel's Avengers will draw on content from the comics, the Agent Carter television series, Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, The Avengers, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Iron Man 3 films. That is a ton of content jam-packed into this January 26th release for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U.

Ask and you shall receive

Fans over Twitter asked for more and more characters, so TT Games kept adding. Parsons announced over 200+ characters with more powers to the roster. That's 100 more than LEGO Marvel's Superheroes!

Characters will have individual finishing moves, combos, and smart bombs. Characters like Quicksilver, can create multiple versions of himself, run up buildings, and run faster than Iron Man flies! Plus, Scarlet Witch and Vision will be joined by new characters: Wiccan from Young Avengers, Detroit Steel and America Chavez from A-Force. We're also seeing Sam Wilson as Captain America, and even Agent Carter.

We'll see the Hulkbuster, Iron Pigs, chickens and even more Stan Lee.

Imagine Iron Stan and the Stanbuster!

The movie threads and over 23 actors have been brought in for an authentic Marvel experience. Hayley Atwell (Peggy Carter) and Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill) voice their famous characters, and even Ashley Johnson reprises her role as the waitress. As mentioned before with content from the various films, they will appear as levels throughout the game. In order to tie all these levels together, comic artists were tasked with creating comic panels to appear between levels.

I absolutely cannot wait until January 26th to get my hands on LEGO Marvel's Avengers. Not only am I a fan of the films and comics, I am also a huge Lego lover (minus stepping on them barefoot).

Be sure to check in with us upon release for game guides to assist you on your journey!

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LEGO Dimensions launches with great features and a promise of three years support https://www.gameskinny.com/hv3ju/lego-dimensions-launches-with-great-features-and-a-promise-of-three-years-support https://www.gameskinny.com/hv3ju/lego-dimensions-launches-with-great-features-and-a-promise-of-three-years-support Mon, 28 Sep 2015 10:20:12 -0400 Courtney Gamache

LEGO Dimensions launched yesterday on many systems, but also with a large promise of at least three years worth of support.

The support from TT Games will range among levels, characters, and wide-spread content.

A hopeful promise

It was announced this past weekend at EGX 2015 that TT Games has planned to support LEGO Dimensions until at least 2018, but plan on going above and beyond. Mark Warburton of TT Games told Eurogamer that they have no intention of stopping support in 2018, and feel that they could continue to add more content over the years.

"We've created the toy pad so that it shouldn't need to be updated,"

"and we can just create new level and character packs to keep expanding that."

- Mark Warburton, TT Games

LEGO Dimensions falls under the group of toys-to-life gaming that is also embodied by Disney Infinity, Skylanders, and amiibo based games. By using the figures as a way to play LEGO Dimensions, TT Games could continue to release characters and levels through the physical figurines for many years to come.

All that is required for implementation is creativity and level design.

Launching yesterday with special features

Yesterday on September 27th, LEGO Dimensions made its debut on various systems bringing many new characters to the LEGO world. Among the starter pack for LEGO Dimensions, three figures including Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle are included. There was also a new wave of figures coming out this past weekend including The Simpsons and Back to the Future, along with plans for waves coming out in November, January, and March.

If you want to delve into the world of LEGO Dimensions, it's available on the PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. 

What do you think of LEGO Dimensions? Any characters you would love to see in the world of LEGOs? Share your thoughts below!

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9 games to look forward to in September https://www.gameskinny.com/swtzm/9-games-to-look-forward-to-in-september https://www.gameskinny.com/swtzm/9-games-to-look-forward-to-in-september Fri, 28 Aug 2015 18:41:50 -0400 Bryan C. Tan

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
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After almost three decades of innovation, hard work, and success, the story of the greatest stealth series of all time will finally be complete.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be the final chapter of the Metal Gear series pioneered by gaming visionary Hideo Kojima, linking all the games into one cohesive story. As Punished "Venom" Snake, also known as Big Boss, players will traverse through Afghanistan and the Angola-Zaire border in the first open world Metal Gear on a mission to exact revenge on those that wronged him.

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Besides the usual sneaking elements, The Phantom Pain includes a host of new features to complement its whole new game world, namely, intelligent AI companions and enemies, real-time day-and-night cycles, and a fully customizable Mother Base utilizing the Fulton surface-to-air recovery system. Multiplayer will also make a return to Metal Gear with two brand new online modes, so players needn't worry about what to do after they're done with The Phantom Pain's highly-sophisticated single-player.

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V will come to Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on September 1st.

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Mad Max
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Cars, guns, and a whole lot of action - a storied film franchise will be making the transition to video games, but unlike other movie games, this one looks like it's going to be an epic of apocalyptic proportions.

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From the masterminds of the Just Cause series, Avalanche Studios, Mad Max puts players in the shoes of franchise protagonist Max Rockatansky in search of the car he lost, the Interceptor, and to build the car of his dreams, the Magnum Opus. Through canyons, caves, and deserts, Max must survive by scavenging for resources such as food, water, and fuel before War Boys take them away first.

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Max's car can be customized as well as his weapons, while friendly relationships can be formed with strongholds to garner new quests and rewards, and lower the threat level of each region. With radical vehicular combat, dangerous environmental hazards, and a tense expansive story, players will be in for an exhilarating experience in the open world of the wasteland. 

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Get Mad on Windows, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 1st.

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Tearaway Unfolded
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One of the best games ever on the PlayStation Vita will finally be making the big leap to console, with the creators of LittleBigPlanet, Media Molecule, reinventing their award-winning platformer for the current generation.

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Tearaway Unfolded is an expanded retelling of the original Tearaway story that puts players on a quest to help atoi, the messenger, deliver an important message. Through a vibrant papercraft world filled with colorful drawings and doodles, the magical adventure of Tearaway has been reimagined for the TV.

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The power of wind can be unleashed in-game by swiping on the DualShock 4's touch pad, and the power of light can be activated by shining the DualShock 4's light bar. Stuff hurled out of the TV can be thrown back in to solve puzzles and defeat enemies, while the mobile companion app lets players customize the wild papery world of Tearaway Unfolded.

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Adventure Unfolded on PlayStation 4 on September 8th.

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Super Mario Maker
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After 30 years of making side-scrolling platformers about an Italian plumber, Nintendo is finally letting go of the reins and leaving the controls to the fans.

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Super Mario Maker gives fans the tools to create their very own Super Mario levels and bring their imaginations into reality using only the Wii U GamePad. Enemies, obstacles, blocks, and more can be combined by dragging and dropping them together, with more parts becoming available the next day after spending 5 minutes creating a course.

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Sound effects and animations can be edited in all the classic environments, and Amiibos can be scanned to add special elements to courses. With a Course World filled with player creations, creators, and challenges, Super Mario fans will be treated with a plethora of crazy iterations of their favorite Nintendo series.

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Become the greatest Super Mario Maker on Wii U on September 11th.

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Forza Motorsport 6
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It's been ten years since the first Forza Motorsport came out on the original Xbox and changed the racing genre forever. To celebrate, Turn 10 Studios looks to do the same again with the sixth instalment in their critically-acclaimed franchise.

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Forza Motorsport 6 will be a wetter, darker, and more realistic affair as rain and night will finally be able to affect cars during a race, all in glorious 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution. More than 70 hours of gameplay will be present in the new career mode called "Stories of Motorsport", along with unlockable Showcase events that relive the greatest moments in motorsport history.

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Split-screen racing will also return to Forza, and feature 24 cars on track in a single race, ensuring a jam-packed experience both online and offline. With over 450 intricately designer cars to collect, customize, and race across 26 world-famous tracks, Forza Motorsport 6 will surely be an all-consuming experience for racing fans.

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Take over Motorsport on Xbox One on September 15th.

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Blood Bowl 2
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Craving for a video game that combines American football with a fantasy boardgame? Well, Blood Bowl 2 might just be the one.

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The sequel to Cyanide Studios' 2009 Blood Bowl, Blood Bowl 2 brings the humor and brutality of the original adaptation into a new graphics engine that fully realizes the character-driven world of Blood Bowl 2 with new cameras and animations.

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The all-new single-player story campaign puts players in charge of leading the human race back to glory, while the revamped multiplayer mode lets players create, manage, and develop their own teams comprised of eight races from the Warhammer world. With the ability to upgrade stadiums, customize jerseys, and transfer players, Blood Bowl 2 is a turn-based strategy game with countless possibilities.

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Reap Blood on Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 22nd.

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SOMA
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As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, it's only fitting to pass the darkness with some new-found horror.

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From Frictional Games, the creators of the highly-acclaimed Amnesia and Penumbra horror series, SOMA is a first-person sci-fi survival horror game that takes place underwater. In a remote research facility, machines have begun to become human, and alien entities have begun to disrupt the peace.

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Players have to find out what happened to the abandoned facility, and find a way out, without weapons, and without help. Through a futuristic setting, disturbing truths about technology and human nature await to be discovered.

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Escape SOMA alive on Windows, Mac, Linux, and PlayStation 4 on September 22nd.

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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5
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After more than a decade, the sequel to the greatest skateboarding game series of all time has finally arrived.

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The tenth installment in the Tony Hawk's series and the first main entry since 2007, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 brings it back to where it all began. Classic gameplay with signature Pro Skater moves mixed with extended trick combinations is brought to life in over 80 unique missions across 8 different environments.

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As a pro or personalized skater, players can shred pavements online with up to 20 people at once, and build and share their very own skateparks using over 250 obstacles for endless creativity. With new items like power-ups and projectiles, leveling up to be the best pro skater around will be a fresh and entertaining experience.

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Go Pro on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 29th, and PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 10th.

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LEGO Dimensions
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Developer TT Games is back once again with another instalment in their successful LEGO series, but this time they're pulling out all the stops with what is undoubtedly the biggest LEGO game to date.

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LEGO Dimensions bring the colorful worlds of 14 fan-favorite brands such as DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings, and The LEGO Movie together in a LEGO Multiverse threated by an evil mastermind. Starting out in the world of Oz with Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle, players will have to traverse the 14 different Adventure Worlds in order to save their friends and their universes from oblivion.

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LEGO Dimensions also marks LEGO's first foray into the toys-to-life arena, with physical minifigures, vehicles, and gadgets available for purchase to be unlocked in-game. Up to seven toys can be dropped onto the LEGO Toy Pad included in the Starter Pack into the game, providing an action-packed experience regardless of whether players choose to play solo or co-op.

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Travel through multiple Dimensions on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 from September 27th.

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Arise for the Fall

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The hustle and bustle of the summer has finally come to a close, and the time has come to settle in for colder winds.

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But while we have to say goodbye to sunny beaches, crowded festivals, and smoky barbecues, we can now say hi to the most exciting, congested, but ultimately fun time of the year for video games: the fall.

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To start us off on the wonderful gaming journey towards the end of the year, here are 9 games coming to a platform near you in the cool, refreshing month of September.

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Lego Dimensions now has a gameplay demo https://www.gameskinny.com/dzkiy/lego-dimensions-now-has-a-gameplay-demo https://www.gameskinny.com/dzkiy/lego-dimensions-now-has-a-gameplay-demo Fri, 07 Aug 2015 10:03:30 -0400 Samantha Wright

Gamescom just revealed a gameplay demo for Lego Dimensions, the newest project from TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It covers everything from the Lego bricks and how they work to the story and missions within each adventure world. Lego Dimensions is set to release on September 27, 2015 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and Wii-U.

The starter pack for the game includes Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle. These three characters are used for the main story and to gain access to the adventure worlds based upon their respective universes: DC, Lord of the Rings, and The Lego Movie. The story mode is linear, but the adventure worlds are free to explore and access in whatever order you wish.

Doctor Who, Scooby-Doo, DC, Lord of the Rings, Ghostbusters, The Lego Movie, Wizard of Oz, Back to the Future, The Simpsons, Jurassic World, Midway Arcade, Lego Chima, Lego Ninjago and Portal are currently all confirmed worlds for Lego Dimensions.

During the video, Doug Heder, the producer of WB games, stated that each adventure world is unlocked by having a character from said world. For instance, Marty McFly and Doc Brown can both give you access to the Back to the Future adventure world. Once you’re inside the world though, you can use whatever characters and vehicles you have access to. How you want to play and who you want to play as is entirely up to you.

The adventure worlds themselves include many things typical of Lego games. There are gold bricks, races, and collection quests that can all be done at your own pace. There are studs everywhere, and plenty of nooks and crannies to explore as well. With so many franchises and adventures worlds to choose from, free roam will be the biggest part of the game.

Check out the video below for more.

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More LEGO: Marvel's Avengers details revealed at Comic Con https://www.gameskinny.com/5u8be/more-lego-marvels-avengers-details-revealed-at-comic-con https://www.gameskinny.com/5u8be/more-lego-marvels-avengers-details-revealed-at-comic-con Sun, 12 Jul 2015 04:14:31 -0400 Courtney Gamache

The panel for TT Games at this year's San Diego Comic-Con was crawling with Marvel fans, all wanting to know details about the upcoming LEGO: Marvel's Avengers game that's set to release in winter of 2015.

TT Games, the developers behind the LEGO Marvel franchise, gave an overview of what gamers can expect from the upcoming LEGO: Marvel's Avengers, a sort-of sequel to LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes. Although the first LEGO Marvel game was a fantastic debut, this upcoming game will be bringing together comic books, movies, and cartoons into one awesome game. 

The director behind the game, Alan Parsons stated that:

"It's a celebration of everything Avengers...Comic books, movies, cartoons. It's everything you love about the Avengers in video games."

What the panel announced

TT announced that game will have aspects reflecting all the Avengers movies - including the film Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and movies that have not yet been released. The whole gang will be back together, along with some other characters like Iron Stan (an Iron Man version of Stan Lee), Sam Wilson (Falcon) as Captain America, Crossbones, and Wiccan from Young Avengers. Aside from the numerous costume options, there are over 100 characters to collect and play with.

When this sweet-looking LEGO game releases winter of 2015 (probably during the holiday season), you'll be able to find it for practically any console: PC, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.

As a hardcore LEGO games fan, I can't wait to be playing this with my friends and maybe even my nephew. What about you? Does this new info have you excited? Let us know in the comments!

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List of everything useful you can find in LEGO Worlds https://www.gameskinny.com/ssdll/list-of-everything-useful-you-can-find-in-lego-worlds https://www.gameskinny.com/ssdll/list-of-everything-useful-you-can-find-in-lego-worlds Tue, 16 Jun 2015 12:54:03 -0400 Tobbpitt

There's not a ton of content in LEGO Worlds yet, but there's definitely enough to have fun with -- and there's a good amount of stuff to find.

Some of the best fun I've had in LEGO Worlds outside of building has been exploring and finding new items and characters. I'm eagerly awaiting more content from TT Games, but until then there's still plenty of stuff to keep me interested. And if you're into sandboxes, there's probably enough to keep you going until the next content update as well.

For those of you who want to know what's out there but don't want to have to endlessly spawn new worlds to find out, I've compiled lists of all the characters, weapons, creatures, and vehicles currently in LEGO Worlds. Items that are meant to be used for building are not listed.

Characters

Characters are generally found in the biomes they're associated with. Pirates are found on beaches, the Farmer on farmland, the Climber in the mountains, and so on.

Generally characters aren't too hard to find, and some have special skills. Those with special skills are noted. Gender is noted with (M), (F), and (N/A).

Do note that any special skills a character has are not usable when creating your own character using their parts.

  • Boy (M)
  • Caveman (M)
  • Cavewoman (F)
  • Climber (M)
  • Cowboy (M) - Can summon a White Horse to ride.
  • Cowgirl (F) - Can summon a White Horse to ride.
  • Diver (M)
  • Explorer (M)
  • Farmer (M) - Can spawn a Goat to ride.
  • Fisherman (M)
  • Girl (F)
  • King (M)
  • Intergalactic Girl (F)
  • Motorcycle Mechanic (M)
  • Mummy (N/A)
  • Outlaw (M) - Can spawn a Black Horse to ride.
  • Paleontologist (F)
  • Pirate (M)
  • Pirate (F)
  • Police Officer (M)
  • Police Officer (F)
  • Robber (F)
  • Robber (F)
  • Scientist (F)
  • Skeleton (N/A)
  • Surfer Girl (F)
  • Vampire (M) - Can turn himself into a Bat.
  • Warlock (M) - Can shoot fireballs.
  • Warrior Woman (F)
  • Werewolf (M) - Has a longer jump than other characters.
  • Yeti (N/A)
  • Zombie (M)

Creatures

You can ride every creature you find in LEGO Worlds, but it's not possible to find them all out in the wild. Some must be spawned by certain characters (like the Outlaw and his trusty Black Horse), but most can be found during your adventures.

Like characters, creatures can be found in their related biomes.

Flying creatures
  • Dragon - This is the only creature with a special skill at the time of writing. The Dragon can shoot explosive fireballs that destroy any type of blocks.
  • Eagle
Land creatures
  • Bat - Only available as a Vampire transformation.
  • Bear
  • Black Horse - Can only be spawned by the Outlaw.
  • Black & White Bull
  • Black & White Cow
  • Brown Bull
  • Brown Cow
  • Brown Horse
  • Camel
  • Goat
  • Husky
  • Ostrich
  • Pig
  • Polar Bear
  • Sheep
  • White Horse - Can only be spawned by the Cowboy and Cowgirl.

Vehicles

You can ride vehicles just as you would creatures, though some vehicles have distinct advantages over creatures. Vehicles can be found randomly throughout a seed.

Land vehicles
  • Bicycle
  • Buggy - A car.
  • Cole's Earth Driller - Allows you to drill through blocks.
  • Creator Car
  • Creator Lawnmower - Has a mowing ability that lets you "cut the grass" and flatten terrain.
  • Hot Rod - A car.
  • Major Steel's Hot Rod - A car.
  • Motorcycle
  • Skateboard
  • Small Digger - Has a dig terrain ability that removes blocks in front of the Small Digger as you drive.
  • Steamroller - Has a road laying ability that flattens blocks and paves a road as you drive.
  • Tractor
Air vehicles
  • Helicopter
  • Small Plane
Water vehicles

Neither of these vehicles can submerge.

  • Dinghy
  • Small Submarine

Weapons

There aren't a ton of weapons in LEGO Worlds yet, but those that are in the game already are pretty fun. They can be found in chests scattered about in seeds.

  • Apple - Throws apples.
  • Banana - Throws bananas.
  • Bazooka - Explosive ranged weapon.
  • Binoculars - Cosmetic. The last weapon you used is still active, it just looks like binoculars.
  • Blunderbuss - Ranged weapon with recoil.
  • Bow & Arrow - Slow, low-damage ranged weapon.
  • Camera - Cosmetic. The last weapon you used is still active, it just looks like a camera.
  • Club - Melee weapon.
  • Cutlass - Melee weapon.
  • Dynamite - Explosive ranged weapon, but does less damage than the Bazooka.
  • Fish - Throws fish.
  • Ice Cream - Cosmetic. The last weapon you used is still active, it just looks like ice cream.
  • Pistol - Low-damage ranged weapon.
  • Rifle - Slow ranged weapon.
  • Shield - Can block attacks.
  • Sword - Melee weapon.
  • Telescope - Cosmetic. The last weapon you used is still active, it just looks like a telescope.
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LEGO Worlds - Early Access Review https://www.gameskinny.com/u2lt3/lego-worlds-early-access-review https://www.gameskinny.com/u2lt3/lego-worlds-early-access-review Wed, 03 Jun 2015 09:09:39 -0400 Pip Simon

LEGO Worlds is a much-anticipated game that was recently released via Steam Early Access for $14.99. LEGO Worlds is an open-world game that allows the player to explore and build freely. 

Gameplay

You start the game in a randomly generated world, playing as either a Paleontologist or an Explorer. However, you can switch between these two characters at any given time. You have pre-made buildings at your disposal; as you explore, you can unlock vehicles, animals, and new characters.

Lego Worlds Village

Users play in a highly customizable world. Many of the game tools remind me a bit of the tools found in The Sims 3 and 4.  You can level terrain, build mountains and valleys in a snap. You can change the color and texture of the bricks as well. 

It's impossible to talk about LEGO Worlds without discussing the big free-building game on the block, Minecraft by Mojang. At face value, the resemblance is obvious. TT Games has created LEGO Worlds as a sandbox game, and everything within the world is interactive. As in Minecraft, LEGO Worlds has an emphasis on altering landscapes and building whatever that player wishes.

For all it's similarities though, LEGO Worlds is certainly its own experience. It places a larger emphasis on exploring, rather than surviving. Worlds builds off the gameplay and tools that are implemented in other Lego games. The characters move the same as they would in any other Lego game, being able to climb and swing about very freely, which is a limitation in Minecraft. LEGO Worlds also has a great emphasis on tools and vehicles; the game compels the player to explore, and it's easy to move around quickly on horses, goats, in cars, and lots of other forms of transportation.

Lego Worlds Generated World

Despite the shiny world that's been created as if something from one of my childhood dreams, this is an early access game, and it shows. As of right now there are no cut-scenes to welcome the player to the world of Lego. There are also no tutorials, which I sincerely hope will be added in the future. There are a vast number of tools in LEGO Worlds, so tutorials should definitely be released as the game's development concludes.

First Impressions

Playing LEGO Worlds is a lot like playing Minecraft with mods.

So I can only imagine how massive LEGO Worlds could become if users had the opportunity to add mods of their own. The graphics and visual style look absolutely stunning, though keep in mind that I have a color deficiency and ultimately had a difficult time seeing the depth of the world.

Given this issue the world itself looks a little cluttered, I will need to adjust the color settings to see if I can improve the quality of the game for myself. I am on the lookout for anyone else with similar issues for whether or not they have found a solution.

Lego Worlds Tools

I've also found it fairly difficult to line up bricks properly when building. I hope that guidelines will become a little clearer at some point.

Overall, this game is about discovery. It's a polished and massive world to be explored, and I am very excited to see new additions to the game. Even as an early access game, it is still very playable and enjoyable. I recommend it to any Lego fan, especially those who find real Legos too expensive and cumbersome.

I'd also be very interested in seeing what avid Minecraft fans think of the new challenges that Lego Worlds has to offer.

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Surprise! LEGO Worlds already on Steam - is this the Minecraft killer? https://www.gameskinny.com/ca2nr/surprise-lego-worlds-already-on-steam-is-this-the-minecraft-killer https://www.gameskinny.com/ca2nr/surprise-lego-worlds-already-on-steam-is-this-the-minecraft-killer Mon, 01 Jun 2015 07:00:30 -0400 Ford James

Coming off the back of rumors last week of a Minecraft-inspired game in a LEGO universe (you can find our post about the rumors here), LEGO Worlds has arrived on Steam today with no prior warning from Warner Bros. or TT Games.

Here’s the Steam description of the game:

In a galaxy of procedural worlds made entirely from LEGO bricks, will you… EXPLORE environments filled with adventure, then alter them? DISCOVER secrets and treasures, then play with them? CREATE your own models, then make a world your own?

There’s no doubt it sounds very similar to Minecraft, perhaps with a little more focus on the creative side as I get the impression you can create models then place them anywhere you’d like, whereas that isn’t possible in Minecraft.

Here is the trailer for LEGO Worlds, published by Warner Bros:

It’s currently in Early Access for the price of £11.99/$14.99. It’s only slightly more expensive than Minecraft was in its alpha and beta stages, which may mean they’re going for a similar development process. TT Games explained why it’s in Early Access:

LEGO Worlds will be a fully open-world, creativity-driven game so we want to ensure that we provide it with the utmost care and attention as we expand on our ideas. So much of this game will be about building and sharing and by sharing our plans with the community, we hope to incorporate their feedback and build an experience together that fans of LEGO and this genre of video games can enjoy.

They also announced on the Steam page that the price is currently discounted and will rise when it eventually leaves Early Access, sometime in early 2016. Here’s a link to the Steam page for more information.

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Rumor: licensed Lego game inspired by Minecraft in development https://www.gameskinny.com/1pecd/rumor-licensed-lego-game-inspired-by-minecraft-in-development https://www.gameskinny.com/1pecd/rumor-licensed-lego-game-inspired-by-minecraft-in-development Wed, 27 May 2015 11:54:38 -0400 Ford James

Rumors have started circulating about a licensed Lego video game titled Lego Worlds, which is supposedly in development by TT Games and Warner Bros..

The rumor started over on the Eurobricks forum with one user, mikaelsol, posting the picture below asking ‘What is Lego Worlds?’ and that he found the image on the back of the instruction manual for set 60097, which is a traditional city square. 

Lego Worlds promotional image

As you can see, there is no indication as to the release date of Lego Worlds nor is there anything saying which platform it’ll be available on. There is still no official word from TT Games, Warner Bros., or Lego about the game and the link featured in the image (http://lego.com/worlds) throws up a ‘Page Not Found’ error when we visited.

The promotional image also features the tagline "Explore. Discover. Create." These words happen embody the three core fundamentals of Minecraft. It looks like it’s starting to come full circle as Minecraft was heavily influenced by Lego bricks, which are now taking inspiration from Minecraft! 

There’s no doubt Lego Worlds will sell though, as the Lego name has been milked across multiple licenses and franchises such as Star Wars, Marvel, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings to name a few. They’re not slowing down either, with Lego Jurassic World confirmed to be in development by TT Games, the same supposed company behind Lego Worlds. 

Warner Bros. also recently announced Lego Dimensions, the latest in the recent trend of ‘toys-to-life’ video games, similar to Disney Infinity and Skylanders. Lego games combined have sold over 100 million units so far, so keep your eyes peeled for more news on Lego Worlds as it surfaces.

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E3 2014: LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham https://www.gameskinny.com/3l6pt/e3-2014-lego-batman-3-beyond-gotham https://www.gameskinny.com/3l6pt/e3-2014-lego-batman-3-beyond-gotham Thu, 12 Jun 2014 12:21:21 -0400 onpv3rtigo1

Coming this fall to all major consoles, handhelds, and PC is the next installment in the LEGO Batman franchise. LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is coming and will see the Caped Crusader taking his fancy suits and wonderful toys up into space.

Following the events of DC Superheroes, Batman and Robin are sent off into the great void of space to stop Brainiac from destroying Earth. To accomplish this goal, Brainiac is using the power of the Lantern Rings to miniaturize worlds and place them in his shrunken city collection. It is up to Batman and a host of DC superheroes and villains to travel to the different Lantern Worlds and collect the Rings.

The game will feature over 150 unique, unlockable characters which (utilizing the system put in place by LEGO Marvel) includes extra big characters like Killer Croc and Solomon Grundy. You will visit and explore familiar locations like the Batcave, Hall of Justice and the Watchtower. There will also be new abilities and gadgets added into the mix. To throw us off a little bit, Brainiac's mind control and the power of the Lantern Rings bring unexpected twists to the characters' personalities. What this will bring to light is yet to be seen.

As a huge fan of the LEGO games in general, I cannot wait to get my hands on this title. These games are fun, cute, and the drop in drop out co-op is a huge plus for parents to play with their kids. Stay tuned for more information on LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham here on Gameskinny. Same Bat time, same Bat channel.

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How Video Games Almost Bankrupt and Saved Lego https://www.gameskinny.com/67z2h/how-video-games-almost-bankrupt-and-saved-lego https://www.gameskinny.com/67z2h/how-video-games-almost-bankrupt-and-saved-lego Fri, 10 Jan 2014 14:08:35 -0500 Chris Hendricks

Almost everyone has heard of Lego. There are more Lego minifigures in the world than there are people. In fact, there are roughly 65 Lego pieces for every person in the world. Alongside Hasbro and Mattel, Lego is the fastest growing toy company in the world. Heck, Lego is still the world's largest producer of rubber tires (more than 300 million made every year)! Although it is still too early in the year for raw sales numbers for 2013, 2012 saw Lego bring in north of $750 million. Things however have not always been so cheerful for the loveable brick makers from Denmark. As recently as 2004, the entire company almost filed for bankruptcy. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1234465/When-Lego-lost-head--toy-story-got-happy-ending.html

How did it go so wrong?

In the late '90s, Lego saw an influx in sales when it reissued their license with Star Wars to accompany the prequel trilogy that would be coming out in the following years. They also signed an agreement to produce Harry Potter sets as well. Initial sales for the sets were booming the summers the movies came out, but declined heavily in the years that no movies were released. Also, Lego had a policy of owning, rather than leasing all of their buildings around the world, and was pushing for a global market of their products. This included clothing and furniture; essentially a way of life. 

They also had a sizeable amount of money tied into their in-house video game production. A lot of money. When they first reported losses in 2002, there were rumblings of a shakeup of Lego's core strategies. Private corporations began smelling the chum in the water and the pressure was on for Lego to prove that it could right the ship. Rumors of Hasbro and Mattel trying to buy out Lego began surfacing and there were questions if Lego would survive. Those concerns grew exponentially when at the end of 2003 Lego reported losses of close to $1 Billion. That's with a "B."

How Lego Survived

Massive restructuring and a hard look inwards saw Lego return to what made them so popular in the first place. Simply putting new product on the shelf every year was no longer going to work. Lego got rid of every non-essential part of their company and focused solely on the innovation and production of quality new products. Millions are now put into marketing and research before a new set is even produced. A big part of the change was Lego selling their video game division, opting to have outside developers create games with the proper licenses. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1234465/When-Lego-lost-head--toy-story-got-happy-ending.html

All of these things cut their costs enough to see them slowly begin to rise out from their debt. Oddly enough, however, consistent sales by their now third-party developed video games had a huge impact on the turn-around. The game that had the most immediate impact? 2005's Lego Star Wars: The Video Game. Although the Harry Potter games had been released years earlier, the release of Revenge of the Sith saw fans wanting anything they could get their hands on. Lego saw continued success the following years with more Star WarsIndiana Jones, Batman, Lord of the Rings, and Marvel Super Heroes games. All of these games sold collectively more than 50 million copies and were/are considered quality games within the industry. Also, those games tapped into a previously unused market for Lego, gamers.

With a flock of new people now coming into the stores to buy sets based off of video games they had played, Lego found new life and is still being supported by them today. By looking inward, they were able to see what they needed to change and how they could better utilize their resources. Smartly, they didn't rid themselves from the gaming industry, but rather let people who knew more about it make the important decisions. And we have all benefitted because of that.

And never one to rest on their laurels, Lego has already announced plans for a Lego: The Hobbit game slated to come out later this year. Expect it to do as well as its' LotR counterparts and to have a game for all the films that are released.

What does this mean for the future?

The success Tt Games has had with all of their licensed Lego games is not shocking, but it is still funny that a part of their company that Lego first saw as a liability became a big reason for their reemergence in the toy market as well as being a staple of it moving forward. Gamers are an eclectic and well versed group of people and they are obviously nerds as well as many being collectors. Many of them (us) love to own anything we can that is associated with a game we love. The fact that in this case the extra goodies happen to be little plastic bricks that we can then take to make whatever we want is just an awesome bonus. 

It is not too surprising that the games ended up doing as well as they did, but I think it speaks to the influence we as a community can have on wholly different industries. Not to say that we are the only reason Lego still exists today in its' current form, but you can be assured that gamers played a significant role. As the gaming industry grows and more franchises are realizing the powerful machine that can be video games, it is finally refreshing to see other industries, and to an extent the "common" consumer show us the respect that I think we rightfully deserve. 

So, the next time you walk past a Lego store or see a set in pieces in your closet, have pride in the fact that if you have purchased or played a Lego video game in the past 10 years, you are directly responsible for saving a multi-billion dollar company. And you haven't played any of them yet, what are you waiting for?

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How Video Games Almost Bankrupt and Ultimately Saved Lego https://www.gameskinny.com/7aot7/how-video-games-almost-bankrupt-and-ultimately-saved-lego https://www.gameskinny.com/7aot7/how-video-games-almost-bankrupt-and-ultimately-saved-lego Fri, 10 Jan 2014 14:08:34 -0500 Chris Hendricks

Almost everyone has heard of Lego. There are more minifigures in the world than there are people. In fact, there are roughly 65 Lego pieces for every person in the world. Alongside Hasbro and Mattel, Lego is the fastest growing toy company in the world. Heck, Lego is still the world's largest producer of rubber tires (more than 300 million made every year)!

Although it is still too early in the year for raw sales numbers for 2013, 2012 saw Lego bring in north of $750 million. Things however have not always been so cheerful for the loveable brick makers from Denmark. As recently as 2004, the entire company almost filed for bankruptcy. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1234465/When-Lego-lost-head--toy-story-got-happy-ending.html

How did it go so wrong?

In the late '90s, Lego saw an influx in sales when it reissued their license with Star Wars to accompany the prequel trilogy that would be coming out in the following years. They also signed an agreement to produce Harry Potter sets as well.  Initial sales for the sets were booming the summers the movies came out, but declined heavily in the years that no movies were released. Also, Lego had a policy of owning, rather than leasing, all of their buildings around the world, and was pushing for a global market of their products. This included clothing and furniture; essentially, a way of life. 

They also had a sizeable amount of money tied into their in-house video game production. A lot of money. When they first reported losses in 2002, there were rumblings of a shakeup of Lego's core strategies. Private corporations began smelling the chum in the water and the pressure was on for Lego to prove that it could right the ship.

Rumors of Hasbro and Mattel trying to buy out Lego began surfacing and there were questions if Lego would survive. Those concerns grew exponentially when, at the end of 2003, Lego reported losses of close to $1 billion, with a "B."

How Lego Survived

Massive restructuring and a hard look inwards saw Lego return to what made them so popular in the first place. Simply putting new product on the shelf every year was no longer going to work.

Lego got rid of every non-essential part of their company and focused solely on the innovation and production of quality new products. Millions are now put into marketing and research before a new set is even produced. A big part of the change was Lego selling their video game division, opting to have outside developers create games with the proper licenses. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1234465/When-Lego-lost-head--toy-story-got-happy-ending.html

All of these things cut their costs enough for them slowly begin to rise out from their debt. Oddly enough, however, consistent sales by their now third-party developed video games had a huge impact on the turn-around. The game that had the most immediate impact? 2005's Lego Star Wars: The Video Game.

Although the Harry Potter games had been released years earlier, the release of Revenge of the Sith gave fans a craving for anything they could get their hands on. Lego saw continued success the following years with more Star WarsIndiana Jones, Batman, Lord of the Rings, and Marvel Super Heroes games. All of these games sold collectively more than 50 million copies and were/are considered quality games within the industry. Also, those games tapped into a previously unused market for Lego, gamers.

With a flock of new people now coming into the stores to buy sets based off of video games they had played, Lego found new life and is still being supported by them today. By looking inward, they were able to see what they needed to change and how they could better utilize their resources. Smartly, they didn't completely bail on the gaming industry, but rather let people who knew more about it make the important decisions. And we have all benefitted because of that.

And never one to rest on their laurels, Lego has already announced plans for a Lego: The Hobbit game slated to come out later this year. Expect it to do as well as its' LotR counterparts and to have a game for all the films that are released.

What does this mean for the future?

The success Tt Games has had with all of their licensed Lego games is not shocking, but it is still funny their company, which Lego first saw as a liability, became a big reason for their reemergence in the toy market as well as a staple of it moving forward. Gamers are an eclectic and well versed group of people, and they are obviously nerds as well as collectors. Many of them (us) love to own anything we can that is associated with a game we love. The fact that in this case, the extra goodies happen to be little plastic bricks that we can then take to make whatever we want, is just an awesome bonus. 

It is not too surprising that the games ended up doing as well as they did, but I think it speaks to the influence we as a community can have on wholly different industries. Not to say that we are the only reason Lego still exists today in its current form, but you can be assured that we played a significant role. As the gaming industry grows and more franchises are realizing the powerful machine that is video games, it is refreshing to see other industries, and to an extent the "common" consumer, show us the respect that I think we rightfully deserve. 

So, the next time you walk past a Lego store or see a set in pieces in your closet, have pride in the fact that if you have purchased or played a Lego video game in the past 10 years; you are directly responsible for saving a multi-billion dollar company. And you haven't played any of them yet, what are you waiting for?

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Lego Marvel Super Heroes Cheats: Unlock Character Codes & Vehicle Codes https://www.gameskinny.com/865hs/lego-marvel-super-heroes-cheats-unlock-character-codes-vehicle-codes https://www.gameskinny.com/865hs/lego-marvel-super-heroes-cheats-unlock-character-codes-vehicle-codes Wed, 18 Dec 2013 21:43:07 -0500 Joseph Rowe

There are a ton of characters to unlock in Lego Marvel Super Heroes. Putting in that much work can be a big bummer when you just want to play as a specific character right away. Thank Odin the developers put in cheat codes!

You will need to go into Deadpool's Room on the Helicarrier. You can enter these codes on the first computer in Deadpool's Room.

Characters
  • Beetle - KXFQ87
  • Black Cat - P9OWL0
  • Classic Captain America - 7HWU4L
  • Carnage - AA0Z50
  • Classic Thor - H8CSE6
  • Future Foundation Spider-Man - WFOZXQ
  • Hood Cowl Wolverine - OAW2LB
  • Howard the Duck - J58RSS
  • Hydra Soldier - B7AA3K
  • Iron Patriot - Q5X1J5
  • Mark 17 "Heart Breaker" Iron Man - 2NGSRZ
  • Mark 38 "Hulkbuster" Iron Man - CK7SDS
  • MODOK - SZ8Q06
  • War Machine - TQ4C57
Vehicles
  • Avenging Cycle - 5T3CQU
  • Pumpkin Chopper - 35E41W
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. Staff Car - D5B7O3
  • Spider-Bike - SH9MZQ

Know any other cheats? Found an error above? Want any other Lego Marvel Super Heroes information? Let us know in the comments section.

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The Gamer Gift Guide: 10 Family Friendly Games For The Holidays https://www.gameskinny.com/7scrt/the-gamer-gift-guide-10-family-friendly-games-for-the-holidays https://www.gameskinny.com/7scrt/the-gamer-gift-guide-10-family-friendly-games-for-the-holidays Tue, 17 Dec 2013 00:51:17 -0500 Coatedpolecat

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The Behemoth outdid themselves with this fine 4 player action/adventure, beat 'em up in Castle Crashers. Published by both Microsoft and PlayStation respectively, this gem is up to four players and something the whole family can enjoy.

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Steam, Amazon, and other online retailers are more than happy to sale you this piece of side-scrolling history.

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The Cave, another game by Double Fine was published by Sega, and created by the one and only Ron Gilbert. The puzzle/platformer is surprisingly more fun with just one player using a controller and everyone else yelling at that one player what to do. The game just oozes charm and humor, and would be a great light-hearted game you can enjoy with adults and kids alike.

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You are allowed to purchase this game through Steam, iTunes, and all other platforms even Ouya.

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I'm a fan of Marvel, and though there are many great LEGO games, TT Games really warmed my heart with all the fan service in this great co-op action/platformer. Published by Warner Bros. Interactive Studio, LEGO Marvel's co-op one way to make you smile through the cold day spent inside.

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Wal-Mart, Amazon, and many other outlets will have this game at different prices, as it is a multi-platform release, even the 3D's (that's a joke, it's 3DS).

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The Rock Band series was once a staple for family fun in the living room. Why not go ahead and dust those plastic instruments off and get ready to piss off your neighbors? Developed by Harmonix, published by MTV Games and Electronic Arts, we all know this is a fun way to spend time with people you don't actually want to talk to.

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Rock Band spans 3 core titled games, Rock Band, RB 2, and RB 3. These games and others of the series not mentioned are available for Wii, Xbox 360, PS3 and can be found for varying prices from many different outlets, please shop wisely.

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Created and published by Uber Entertainment (Xbox 360 version is published by Microsoft), Monday Night Combat is one of my first experiences with a MOBA as a console player. You have a handful of classes and small maps for intense 4v4 bouts of combat (pun intended) from the third-person perspective.

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This 3 year old beauty is available on Steam and Xbox Live. 

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Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse has simply got to be one of the most pleasant remakes from the 90's NES era. Though no co-op or multiplayer is built into the game, the lack of any real loss from dying, this begs for the controller to be passed around after each failed attempt. Created by Sega Studios Australia and published by both Sega and Disney Interactive Studios, this is one of my favorite walks down memory lane.

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This nostalgia trip is available on Steam, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.

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This unmistakable trivia game was developed by Jellyvision Games, Iron Galaxy Studios, and Webfoot Technologies. You Don't Know Jack was published by the former THQ and is possibly the most fun you'll have with two other friends.

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This game is available on Steam, eBayAmazon, and other fine retailers. 

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Double Fine Productions brought those who own a Kinect one of the best apps for the device in Kinect Party. Published by Microsoft Studios, this six player hodge-podge of genres and games is just flat out fun. This game, according to Raptr.com, has given my family over 80 hours of entertainment since its release.

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This is strictly sold on Xbox Live and is occasionally free.

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Carcassone was developed and published by Sierra Online and is a graphical version of the classic board game. Vying for control of roads, pastures, castles, and churches makes for an intense and fun way for 2 folks to have fun.

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The only version available I could find was on Xbox Live only.

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Made and self published by PopCap games, Peggle is one of the most addicting games out there. With bright colors, charming characters, endless puzzles, and a versus mode to boot. Whether passing around the controller or trying to out play your buddy, this game is a must for the holidays.

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You can purchase or download the game for free any just about any device/platform.

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As most of us know, some games are meant to be played with other people. For some reason being able to sit side by side with someone, a friend or family member, enhances certain games and the enjoyment derived from them. I have complied just a few games that are great to play with the family, both young and old. These are easy to pick up and play games with tons of replay ability. Enjoy!

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Fight Through Oscorp Industries Part II - Lego Marvel SuperHeroes https://www.gameskinny.com/jk6nd/fight-through-oscorp-industries-part-ii-lego-marvel-superheroes https://www.gameskinny.com/jk6nd/fight-through-oscorp-industries-part-ii-lego-marvel-superheroes Wed, 20 Nov 2013 04:39:04 -0500 Mary Yeager

(This is the second part of Fight through Oscorp Industries in Lego Marvel SuperHeroes. You can find part I here.)

After saving your game at the save terminal, it is time to progress on and try to take out the Green Goblin!

Follow the catwalk around to where the neon flashing Oscorp sign is. Watch out for the black tar puddles on the floor. If the character falls in the puddle, they will be stuck in it until you can free the character.

Above the Oscorp sign are two silver items holding up the sign. Use Hawkeye's explosive arrows to knock the sign down.

From there, switch to Spider-man and use spider sense to show two pull targets. Use the pull targets to pull down part of the upper level.

Jump up on the crate and use it to jump up on to the ladder on the wall. Climb up to the next level. Hawkeye and Spider-man will follow.

You will be attacked by men in hazard suits on this level!

Third level

Continue up to the third level using the wall ladder. More enemies will attack.

There will be a control panel on this level. Use it and the center pillar will rotate around. To the right of the pillar is a cracked wall.

On the far right of the board, you will find purple sparkles. This is for telekinetic characters, which is not available on this board.

Switch to Hawkeye and shoot arrows into the targets on the wall.

Like a gymnast, use the arrows to leap across the pillar to reach a platform on the right side above the glowing cracked wall as Black Widow. Use the control panel there to flip the panels on the pillar to form another ladder.

Tar and puzzles, oh my!

Climb up the ladder to the next floor through a set of drop down panels. This is another checkpoint. Don't forget to use the save panel available when the screen loads!

After saving your game, continue down the hall. Don't forget to be wary of the tar pits along the wall in areas where Venom has slimed them. A cut scene will appear that will show where Venom goes to hide.

On the ceiling are three silver boxes for Hawkeye to shoot at. Some of them may need to be shot more than once to be destroyed. Other than coins, they don't drop anything important.

A bunch of large crates will bar the way. Bust them up to move past. From here, you will see a set of pull targets and you will have to do the following:

  • Switch to Spider-man and yank the targets down. This will cause Lego pieces to pop out of the right side.
  • Reassemble the Lego's to form an arrow target.
  • Switch to Hawkeye and shoot an arrow into the target.
  • Switch to Black Widow and use the arrow target to swing up on the platform.

There is a control panel that Black Widow can use. This panel will require some thought to use and resembles the old pipe game where you have to line up the pipes to allow the water to flow through them. Set up the pipes flowing together until they light up blue.

All the sealed doors that the heroes have passed will reveal enemies behind them and they will be opened.

Jump back down and head back down the hallway. The beings in the cells will bust out to attack you. In the middle cell there are some little Lego's bouncing around. Don't waste time on these as they do not do anything. Just defeat the enemy and continue on back down the hallway.

Defeat the enemies in the first lobby where the locked doors are. More will come out of the venom on the floor and walls.

After the enemies are defeated, a character needs to be in each room to stand on pressure plates. Use one and then do not move the character. Switch to another character to go and activate the second pressure plate. This will open the locked doors that bar the way.

Walk through the open doors. On the wall is a spot that can be busted. Bust the spot and a bunch of Lego's will come falling out.

Next, bust up the large box in the room. After that, destroy the Oscorp sign that is hanging on the wall. Rebuildable Lego pieces will fall. If you let go of the button before it is finished, it will fall apart.

Once done it will be a large speaker. Use the pull target on the side with Spider-man to activate the speaker. It will emit loud music which will weaken the venom strands to allow passage.

In the next hallway, you will discover blue sparkles on an object. This is for heroes with magnetic powers to use which we do not currently have.

Continue down the hallway and a cut scene will pop up where Venom messes with the power. Afterwards, defeat all the creatures and move into the laboratory. Again, the way is blocked with Venom's strands.

In this room, there are two silver sparkle control panels to destroy.

Switch to Hawkeye and use his explosive arrows to destroy the control panels. Once destroyed, they will show pull targets for Spider-man to use. Pull both targets to send the control panels smashing to the ground which will start a fire. The fire will disintegrate the venom webbing.

It's time to face Venom directly

On the left side of the room, Venom will bust a glass container. Go over to the pieces and reassemble them. They will form a large radio that will pump out loud music to distract Venom from attacking.

Attack him and he will then destroy the radio and jump back up to the balcony.

In the back of the room, a cell will open up to release another minion. Go into this room and activate the control panel.

The floor will open up to reveal a place to load a character in. Jump into the large flame thrower and attack Venom on the second story. He will then destroy the giant flame thrower.

Keep fighting the minions until Venom jumps down on to a canister held up by a crane.

Switch to Spider-man and go over to the canister and use spider sense. Use the pull targets to bust the ends off of the canister and reveal some Lego's. Rebuild them into a bell that is hanging from the other crane.

As you fight, the bell will start to go off which will again distract Venom. Attack him again until he collapses.

A cut scene will show up and the team will run off from Venom out on to a helipad. Green Goblin is escaping in a helicopter.

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Taking Back the Baxter Building Part III - Lego Marvel SuperHeroes Guide https://www.gameskinny.com/eu5f0/taking-back-the-baxter-building-part-iii-lego-marvel-superheroes-guide https://www.gameskinny.com/eu5f0/taking-back-the-baxter-building-part-iii-lego-marvel-superheroes-guide Fri, 15 Nov 2013 04:25:23 -0500 Mary Yeager

Spider-man has once again joined up with the team of heroes to defeat the villain. They head out on the rooftops again from the Daily Bugle in pursuit of Doctor Octopus. Doctor Octopus flees across the rooftops behind a sign of Spider-Man himself. It's time to stop this mechanical maniac.

When the characters load in, you are at the top of a staircase. Go back down the stairs and switch to Mr. Fantastic. There is a grate there that he can use. Slip through the grate and Mr. Fantastic will emerge in a small glass room on another part of the building. Bust everything for Lego coins and then go back through the grate. This is optional.

Across from the top of the stairs is the save terminal.

If you haven't already saved your game, be sure to do so now. Switch to Spider-man and have him target the pull target across the roof on a blue communications tower. This will pull the tower down to make a bridge so the characters can cross. Octobots will try to deter your path.

To the left of this rooftop is an area for heightened senses.

Go towards it with Spider-man and use his spider sense. This will reveal a Lego wall that he can use to climb up to the next level. Another area for heightened senses will show up so use spider-sense again. This will show pull targets on a generator. Use the pull targets to activate the generator. The generator will turn on fans where Mr. Fantastic and Captain America await below. The fans are used to propel the two up to the level with Spider-man.

Go around to the side of the building and there will be a set of glowing items. Bust up these items so that they can be rebuilt to form a control panel. Switch to Mr. Fantastic to use the console to open a gate. Cross the bridge to the next roof. Be careful as you can easily fall.

There will be a lot of octobots on the next roof to defeat. There are lots of gold items on this roof so be sure to go back for freeplay. To reach rooftops on this level for the extra coins, use Spider-man and his webbing to swing up there. (This is also optional). Jump back down to the rooftop garden. At the end of the garden up a few white steps is a Fantastic 4 logo. Switch to Mr. Fantastic to use the platform and he will transform into a rocket. He will fly into the Spider-man billboard across the gap. Change to Spider-man to use the pull targets to pull the sign down to form another bridge.

Cross the sign bridge.

Doctor Octopus will be waiting and he will grab a helicopter and throw it through the building to escape again. Follow Doctor Octopus through the hole that he has made in the building. This will lead to a cut scene in a courtyard in New York City. It is time for the big boss fight where the heroes finally take on Doctor Octopus. This will be the trickiest fight in the game up to this point.

Near the red stairs is a save terminal. Be sure to save just in case you need to reload your game.

You can not attack Doctor Octopus outright as it simply does not work. Defeat his octobots around him and watch for one of his mechanical arms to get stuck in the ground. Be careful as he will grab characters and kill them by tossing them to the ground, so avoid his arms. When his arm gets stuck, he will yell out about it being stuck. A green circle will appear near the leg that is stuck. Stand in this circle and attack the leg. This will cause him to jump to another section of the board.

Once Doctor Octopus is left with one working mechanical arm, he will start running around. Finish defeating the octobots to secure the ending cut scene. While the heroes are trying to take the cosmic brick from Doctor Octopus, it will be stolen by the Green Goblin and taken to Oscorp. The heroes will knock Doctor Octopus out so that he can be apprehended.

This is the end of the Baxter Building level. You should have gathered 1 canister from the greenhouses and achieved True Believer before the end of the board. If you missed a part of this series, be sure to check out:

For a full list of my tips and guides, be sure to check out my page for Lego Marvel Superheroes.

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