The internet is dark and full of leaks. LEGO’s next entry into the world of video games is The Incredibles, which was unofficially revealed earlier this month. This will be Pixar’s first entry into the world of LEGO – odd how they never entertained the idea of LEGO Dimensions – and it ties in neatly to this year’s cinematic release of The Incredibles 2.
“The Incredibles franchise, full of super-powered characters, adventures and teamwork, combined with all of the humour, puzzle-solving elements and unexpected surprises of LEGO®games makes for the perfect combination for players,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games Publishing. “With LEGO® The Incredibles, fans can experience the non-stop action from both movies while fighting crime together as a super hero family.”
The game aims to recreate the scenes from both movies, so won’t release until July 13, 2018, which is the same day that The Incredibles 2 opens at the cinema.
Once again, it seems that the newest titles in TT Games ever-growing portfolio of LEGO titles will feature couch co-op gameplay. While it’s great that we still see this level of support for co-op, I would so love for the titles to one day get some form of online multiplayer/co-op.
The insanely popular Frozen mobile and PC game is making its way to the Xbox One, it will see an August 25th release carrying the same freemium model as its counterparts. Initially giving you a lot of levels to play through for free but you will have to fork over real money to get further if you can not wait to gain extra lives. For the 1st time the game will offer multiplayer where players can compete against friends and family for high scores.
Disney Interactive Studios have announced that Disney Infinity 3.0: Play Without Limits will be available in the UK on Friday 28 August 2015.
Fans who pre-order the Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Pack, the Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars Special Edition, or the Disney Infinity 3.0 Video Game Software (with or without a Play Set), will receive the new Toy Box Takeover Game Piece for free, at participating retailers.
Toy Box Takeover is an action-adventure game featuring dungeon-crawler gameplay in which players can use all of their favourite Disney Infinity characters across the worlds of Star Wars, Marvel, Disney and Disney Pixar,
Toy Box Expansion Games unlock additional hours of gameplay inside Toy Box 3.0. Players place a Toy Box Expansion Game Piece on the Disney Infinity Base to unlock pre-built games that instantly take them into the action, mixing, matching and mashing-up characters from across The Walt Disney Company and using unlocked toys and gadgets to complete missions.
In ToyBox Takeover Syndrome gets his hands on Merlin’s magic wand, it’s up to the player to stop him. Using their favorite characters in Disney Infinity, they must battle across multiple worlds, such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Marvel’s Upper Manhattan, The Old West, or The Incredibles Volcano Lair to defeat the bad guys before they ruin the Toy Box forever. Players can complete missions with family and friends via two-player local co-op or four-player online.
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After reviewing Toy Story Mania, my expectations for Epic Mickey 2 were pretty low; if Disney were prepared to hand out one of their most popular series’ willy nilly then what hope was there for their golden egg, Mr Mickey? Thankfully Epic Mickey exceeded all my, frankly, very low expectations and is an experience that both children and adults alike can enjoy, despite being rough around the edges. Continue reading Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Review→
“If you could change your fate, would ye?” – if you haven’t heard the annoying commercials by now for Disney Pixar’s movie Brave, then lucky you, but for those who are more than aware of the grinding Scottish accent of that red-haired child there is a videogame version…and unfortunately that voice is present throughout the whole complete game! Despite my personal annoyances and over use of the mute button, I found the gameplay quite surprising, enjoyable and reminiscent a little of the days of Crash Bandicoot on the PS1…but that voice is irritating! Continue reading Disney Pixar: BRAVE The Video Game Review→