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REVIEW: “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” Makes the Movies Feel Alive and Blockin’ – Comic Book Resources

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Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

All of your favorite heroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe suit up, LEGO style, for TT Games’ “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers”

Over the last ten years, TT Games[1] has turned famous movie characters as varied as Luke Skywalker, Harry Potter and Indiana Jones into total blockheads for their respective LEGO[2] video games. With the arrival of “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers”[3] it’s Captain America’s turn, and Black Widow’s, and, well… Thor was already kind of a blockhead. The new game converts the Marvel Cinematic Universe[4] into a simple but still fun game for every major console, Playstation Vita, PC and Mac.

For those who’ve never played a “LEGO” game before, they feature cartoony, arcade-inspired beat-’em-ups/third-person-shooters that will remind classic gamers of “Street Fighter” and “Double Dragon,” only cuter, and new school players the “Disney Infinity” or “Skylanders” games, only funnier. Not to mention that since everything is made of plastic bricks, you also spend plenty of time smashing things into bricks, as well as reassembling other piles of bricks into structures, vehicles and other pieces of machinery needed to get to the next brick-filled area. All this needs is The Hulk, Cap and Iron Man singing The Commodores’ “Brick House” and the circle will be complete.

RELATED: Heroes Prep For Battle, Eat Ice Cream In Trailer For “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers”[5]

The “LEGO” games also feature dozens and dozens of characters that can be unlocked and played with, including some you might not expect for a game so closely tied to the movies. For instance, while this game has both Thor and Captain America, it also has the Jane Foster version of Thor[6] and the Sam Wilson version of Captain America[7]. There are even three different versions of Stan Lee, including Iron Stan and the Stanbuster[8]. Granted, you don’t get to play with them the first time around, you have to beat a level to unlock it for other characters, but this just gives you an excuse to play missions a second time.

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

The game brings some of the best moments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a LEGO-ized world

“LEGO Marvel’s Avengers,” like previous “LEGO” games, also allows you to switch between characters on the fly. Though you can also play this co-op, with the option to drop out at any time, at which point the game will seamlessly switch back to letting the remaining player swap characters at will.

Having so many characters is also important because like their comic counterparts they each possess their own special skills. At the game’s start, for instance, you’ll need to be Black Widow to destroy a nearby tower, but will then have to switch to Hawkeye so you can attach a rope to the tower, a rope you’ll use to swing over a stream that instantly turns you into a popsicle. Later on, you’ll need The Hulk to tear the cover off the wall of a laser grid, and then have to switch to Iron Man so he can cut the right circuits with his handy laser. And that’s just during the first mission.

What makes “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” a bit different from other “LEGO” games — especially 2013′s “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes,”[9] which told an original story — is that it’s based on the Marvel Studios[10] films. Though it expands upon them, every mission is based on a major set piece from both 2012′s “The Avengers,”[11] 2015′s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,”[12] and others. While some of the dialogue comes directly from the films, Cobie Smulders[13] (Maria Hill), Clark Gregg[14] (Agent Coulson) and more recorded new lines for the game.

“LEGO” games are also intentionally lighthearted. Not surprising, given that everyone looks like a little kid made of bricks. But because this follows the films so closely, “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” is as much a parody of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the “LEGO Star Wars” games were of that galaxy far, far away and the “LEGO Lord of the Rings” and “LEGO Hobbit” ones were of Middle-Earth’s turbulent history.

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

Other MCU heroes like Agent Carter and Marvel Comics heroes like Ms. Marvel appear as well

Of course, having such close ties to the films means that most of the comedy in this game is more physical than intellectual. The game is full of silly slapstick bits or sight gags, most coming up during the cinematic cut scenes. This works well because it’s tough trying to beat guys up while keeping your eyes on the henchmen in the background of a scene. Like most parodies, you really need to watch the movies before you play this game or some of the gags may either confuse you or go right over your head.

The action in “LEGO Marvels’ Avengers” doesn’t stray far from TT Games’ other “LEGO” games. You still spend the majority of your time smacking bad guys, destroying boxes, and reassembling bricks into switches that open doors to the next area full of punchable people and smashable stuff. Where it differs is in adding some tricks gleaned from the movies. For instance, characters can now team up for special attacks. Just as Thor and Captain America created a shockwave in “Age of Ultron,” so too can Hawkeye and Black Widow do a move where the former tosses the latter into the air that allows her to rain down punishment from above. Though it does sometimes go off script; I don’t remember Black Widow and Nick Fury having personal cloaking devices in any of the movies.

There are also moments that throw this series’ tenets for a loop. In one of the better ones, you can switch on the fly between playing as Cap, who’s doing the usual punching and breaking routine, and Iron Man, who’s flying though the air, shooting targets, but from a side perspective that makes this part feel like the ’80s arcade game “Defender.”

As fun as LEGO Marvel’s Avengers may be, it’s not without its faults. For starters, if you’ve never played a “LEGO” game before, or haven’t played one since 2005′s “LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game,” you might find yourself a bit lost, as the game doesn’t do a great job of explaining itself. Which can get especially frustrating when one of Hydra’s tanks keeps shooting you while you’re trying to figure out how to get Thor and Cap to do the aforementioned shockwave attack.

The combat can also, at times, feel a bit shallow, and thus get a bit redundant. Attacks being driven by hitting just one button is the culprit here, though the type of attack your character does depends on the context. Hawkeye, for instance, will shoot an arrow if he’s far from an enemy, but will smack enemies with his bow if they’re close — and you also have special attacks that allow you to throw guys like you’re a WWE superstar. But, as the player, you still spend most of your time pressing the same button over and over and over.

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

Like other LEGO video games, humor plays a big role

But the biggest bummer is that while this has some funny bits, it’s still not as funny — or as perceptive in its comedy — as the “LEGO Star Wars” or “LEGO Indiana Jones” games. Most of the gags are silly, and will elicit a chuckle or two, but most of the comedy relies on slapstick and is more about silliness than insight into the characters. Or, to put it another way, it’s too much like a “Scary Movie” sequel and not enough like a “Robot Chicken DC Comics Special.”[15]

If you’re a kid, or you have a kid and are going to play this co-op with them, “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” is as much fun as the last “LEGO” game you played. Well, unless it was “LEGO Dimensions”[16]; this is much better. And it’s better still if you’re a big fan of the Marvel movies, especially the “Avengers” ones. But if you’re not a kid, don’t have kids, or you’re thinking you’ll play this after your kid goes to sleep, you’ll also have fun with it, you just won’t find it as funny.

“LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is available now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, WiiU, PC and Mac.

Discuss this story in CBR’s Games[17] forum.  | 

TAGS:  tt games, lego, marvel, the avengers, marvel cinematic universe, lego marvel’s avengers, review, avengers, marvel comics[18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

References

  1. ^ TT Games (www.comicbookresources.com)
  2. ^ LEGO (www.comicbookresources.com)
  3. ^ “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  4. ^ Marvel Cinematic Universe (www.comicbookresources.com)
  5. ^ Heroes Prep For Battle, Eat Ice Cream In Trailer For “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  6. ^ Jane Foster version of Thor (www.comicbookresources.com)
  7. ^ Sam Wilson version of Captain America (www.comicbookresources.com)
  8. ^ Iron Stan and the Stanbuster (www.comicbookresources.com)
  9. ^ 2013′s “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes,” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  10. ^ Marvel Studios (www.comicbookresources.com)
  11. ^ “The Avengers,” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  12. ^ “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  13. ^ Cobie Smulders (www.comicbookresources.com)
  14. ^ Clark Gregg (www.comicbookresources.com)
  15. ^ “Robot Chicken DC Comics Special.” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  16. ^ “LEGO Dimensions” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  17. ^ Games (community.comicbookresources.com)
  18. ^ tt games (www.comicbookresources.com)
  19. ^ lego (www.comicbookresources.com)
  20. ^ marvel (www.comicbookresources.com)
  21. ^ the avengers (www.comicbookresources.com)
  22. ^ marvel cinematic universe (www.comicbookresources.com)
  23. ^ lego marvel’s avengers (www.comicbookresources.com)
  24. ^ review (www.comicbookresources.com)
  25. ^ avengers (www.comicbookresources.com)
  26. ^ marvel comics (www.comicbookresources.com)

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REVIEW: “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” Makes the Movies Feel Alive and Blockin’ – Comic Book Resources

Original article

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

All of your favorite heroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe suit up, LEGO style, for TT Games’ “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers”

Over the last ten years, TT Games[1] has turned famous movie characters as varied as Luke Skywalker, Harry Potter and Indiana Jones into total blockheads for their respective LEGO[2] video games. With the arrival of “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers”[3] it’s Captain America’s turn, and Black Widow’s, and, well… Thor was already kind of a blockhead. The new game converts the Marvel Cinematic Universe[4] into a simple but still fun game for every major console, Playstation Vita, PC and Mac.

For those who’ve never played a “LEGO” game before, they feature cartoony, arcade-inspired beat-’em-ups/third-person-shooters that will remind classic gamers of “Street Fighter” and “Double Dragon,” only cuter, and new school players the “Disney Infinity” or “Skylanders” games, only funnier. Not to mention that since everything is made of plastic bricks, you also spend plenty of time smashing things into bricks, as well as reassembling other piles of bricks into structures, vehicles and other pieces of machinery needed to get to the next brick-filled area. All this needs is The Hulk, Cap and Iron Man singing The Commodores’ “Brick House” and the circle will be complete.

RELATED: Heroes Prep For Battle, Eat Ice Cream In Trailer For “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers”[5]

The “LEGO” games also feature dozens and dozens of characters that can be unlocked and played with, including some you might not expect for a game so closely tied to the movies. For instance, while this game has both Thor and Captain America, it also has the Jane Foster version of Thor[6] and the Sam Wilson version of Captain America[7]. There are even three different versions of Stan Lee, including Iron Stan and the Stanbuster[8]. Granted, you don’t get to play with them the first time around, you have to beat a level to unlock it for other characters, but this just gives you an excuse to play missions a second time.

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

The game brings some of the best moments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a LEGO-ized world

“LEGO Marvel’s Avengers,” like previous “LEGO” games, also allows you to switch between characters on the fly. Though you can also play this co-op, with the option to drop out at any time, at which point the game will seamlessly switch back to letting the remaining player swap characters at will.

Having so many characters is also important because like their comic counterparts they each possess their own special skills. At the game’s start, for instance, you’ll need to be Black Widow to destroy a nearby tower, but will then have to switch to Hawkeye so you can attach a rope to the tower, a rope you’ll use to swing over a stream that instantly turns you into a popsicle. Later on, you’ll need The Hulk to tear the cover off the wall of a laser grid, and then have to switch to Iron Man so he can cut the right circuits with his handy laser. And that’s just during the first mission.

What makes “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” a bit different from other “LEGO” games — especially 2013′s “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes,”[9] which told an original story — is that it’s based on the Marvel Studios[10] films. Though it expands upon them, every mission is based on a major set piece from both 2012′s “The Avengers,”[11] 2015′s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,”[12] and others. While some of the dialogue comes directly from the films, Cobie Smulders[13] (Maria Hill), Clark Gregg[14] (Agent Coulson) and more recorded new lines for the game.

“LEGO” games are also intentionally lighthearted. Not surprising, given that everyone looks like a little kid made of bricks. But because this follows the films so closely, “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” is as much a parody of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the “LEGO Star Wars” games were of that galaxy far, far away and the “LEGO Lord of the Rings” and “LEGO Hobbit” ones were of Middle-Earth’s turbulent history.

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

Other MCU heroes like Agent Carter and Marvel Comics heroes like Ms. Marvel appear as well

Of course, having such close ties to the films means that most of the comedy in this game is more physical than intellectual. The game is full of silly slapstick bits or sight gags, most coming up during the cinematic cut scenes. This works well because it’s tough trying to beat guys up while keeping your eyes on the henchmen in the background of a scene. Like most parodies, you really need to watch the movies before you play this game or some of the gags may either confuse you or go right over your head.

The action in “LEGO Marvels’ Avengers” doesn’t stray far from TT Games’ other “LEGO” games. You still spend the majority of your time smacking bad guys, destroying boxes, and reassembling bricks into switches that open doors to the next area full of punchable people and smashable stuff. Where it differs is in adding some tricks gleaned from the movies. For instance, characters can now team up for special attacks. Just as Thor and Captain America created a shockwave in “Age of Ultron,” so too can Hawkeye and Black Widow do a move where the former tosses the latter into the air that allows her to rain down punishment from above. Though it does sometimes go off script; I don’t remember Black Widow and Nick Fury having personal cloaking devices in any of the movies.

There are also moments that throw this series’ tenets for a loop. In one of the better ones, you can switch on the fly between playing as Cap, who’s doing the usual punching and breaking routine, and Iron Man, who’s flying though the air, shooting targets, but from a side perspective that makes this part feel like the ’80s arcade game “Defender.”

As fun as LEGO Marvel’s Avengers may be, it’s not without its faults. For starters, if you’ve never played a “LEGO” game before, or haven’t played one since 2005′s “LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game,” you might find yourself a bit lost, as the game doesn’t do a great job of explaining itself. Which can get especially frustrating when one of Hydra’s tanks keeps shooting you while you’re trying to figure out how to get Thor and Cap to do the aforementioned shockwave attack.

The combat can also, at times, feel a bit shallow, and thus get a bit redundant. Attacks being driven by hitting just one button is the culprit here, though the type of attack your character does depends on the context. Hawkeye, for instance, will shoot an arrow if he’s far from an enemy, but will smack enemies with his bow if they’re close — and you also have special attacks that allow you to throw guys like you’re a WWE superstar. But, as the player, you still spend most of your time pressing the same button over and over and over.

Image from "LEGO Marvel's Avengers"

Like other LEGO video games, humor plays a big role

But the biggest bummer is that while this has some funny bits, it’s still not as funny — or as perceptive in its comedy — as the “LEGO Star Wars” or “LEGO Indiana Jones” games. Most of the gags are silly, and will elicit a chuckle or two, but most of the comedy relies on slapstick and is more about silliness than insight into the characters. Or, to put it another way, it’s too much like a “Scary Movie” sequel and not enough like a “Robot Chicken DC Comics Special.”[15]

If you’re a kid, or you have a kid and are going to play this co-op with them, “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” is as much fun as the last “LEGO” game you played. Well, unless it was “LEGO Dimensions”[16]; this is much better. And it’s better still if you’re a big fan of the Marvel movies, especially the “Avengers” ones. But if you’re not a kid, don’t have kids, or you’re thinking you’ll play this after your kid goes to sleep, you’ll also have fun with it, you just won’t find it as funny.

“LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is available now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, WiiU, PC and Mac.

Discuss this story in CBR’s Games[17] forum.  | 

TAGS:  tt games, lego, marvel, the avengers, marvel cinematic universe, lego marvel’s avengers, review, avengers, marvel comics[18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

References

  1. ^ TT Games (www.comicbookresources.com)
  2. ^ LEGO (www.comicbookresources.com)
  3. ^ “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  4. ^ Marvel Cinematic Universe (www.comicbookresources.com)
  5. ^ Heroes Prep For Battle, Eat Ice Cream In Trailer For “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  6. ^ Jane Foster version of Thor (www.comicbookresources.com)
  7. ^ Sam Wilson version of Captain America (www.comicbookresources.com)
  8. ^ Iron Stan and the Stanbuster (www.comicbookresources.com)
  9. ^ 2013′s “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes,” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  10. ^ Marvel Studios (www.comicbookresources.com)
  11. ^ “The Avengers,” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  12. ^ “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  13. ^ Cobie Smulders (www.comicbookresources.com)
  14. ^ Clark Gregg (www.comicbookresources.com)
  15. ^ “Robot Chicken DC Comics Special.” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  16. ^ “LEGO Dimensions” (www.comicbookresources.com)
  17. ^ Games (community.comicbookresources.com)
  18. ^ tt games (www.comicbookresources.com)
  19. ^ lego (www.comicbookresources.com)
  20. ^ marvel (www.comicbookresources.com)
  21. ^ the avengers (www.comicbookresources.com)
  22. ^ marvel cinematic universe (www.comicbookresources.com)
  23. ^ lego marvel’s avengers (www.comicbookresources.com)
  24. ^ review (www.comicbookresources.com)
  25. ^ avengers (www.comicbookresources.com)
  26. ^ marvel comics (www.comicbookresources.com)

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Batman, Lego Hobbit e Borderlands estão entre as ofertas da semana – Globo.com

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Batman: Arkham Knight[1], jogos da série Lego, Borderlands e BioShock[4] são alguns dos jogos que estão em promoção nesta semana. O destaque fica com a PSN desta vez, que oferece títulos a preços mais em conta para PS3[5], PS4[6] e PS Vita[7]. Outras plataformas não ficam de fora, ainda que não tenham tantas ofertas disponíveis. Veja os destaques e economize na hora de comprar seu próximo game:
[2][3]

Como derrotar os principais vilões do Batman em Arkham Knight
[8]

- PlayStation Network

A PSN volta a oferecer uma grande lista de jogos em promoção, como Batman, Lego Hobbit, Lego Batman[9], Mortal Kombat X[10], Driveclub[11], Evolve[12] e mais. São ofertas focadas em games da Warner[13] e 2K Games[14], com diversas séries disponíveis. O relançamento de Dark Cloud 2, originalmente de PS2, também chega mais barato.

Batman Arkham Knight é um dos games na PSN (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)Batman Arkham Knight é um dos games na PSN (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)

Jogos de PS4:

Batman Arkham Knight R$ 162,49
Borderlands Handsome Collection R$ 80
Dark Cloud 2 R$ 34,43
Evolve R$ 66
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 100
Lego O Hobbit R$ 28,38
Sombras de Mordor Edição Jogo do Ano R$ 125,93
Mortal Kombat X R$ 174,99
Driveclub R$ 119,99

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Jogos de PS3:

Akiba’s Trip Undead & Undressed R$ 50
Batman Arkham City Ultimate Edition R$ 71,94
Batman Arkham Origins Ultimate Bundle R$ 38
Batman Arkham Asylum R$ 50
BioShock R$ 20
BioShock 2 R$ 20
BioShock Infinite R$ 37,50
Borderlands the Pre-Sequel R$ 32,40
Borderlands Edição Definitiva R$ 32,50
Borderlands 2 R$ 20
Dragon’s Crown R$ 50
God Mode R$ 6,30
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 100
Lego O Hobbit R$ 15,50
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition R$ 30,15
Sombras de Mordor Edição Legião R$ 116,89
Trine 2 R$ 6,20

Jogos de PS Vita:

Akiba’s Trip Undead & Undressed R$ 50
Dragon’s Crown R$ 50
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 36,50
Lego O Hobbit R$ 22,11
Mortal Kombat R$ 65
Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate R$ 37,50

Jogos grátis da PS Plus:

Hardware: Rivals PS4
Grim Fandango Remastered PS4, PS Vita
Dragon Age: Origins PS3
Medal of Honor Warfighter PS3
Legends of War Patton PS Vita
Nihilumbra PS Vita

- Xbox Live

A Xbox Live[16] nacional tem poucos games em promoção nesta semana, como Sniper Elite 3[17] e a segunda temporada de Killer Instinct[18]. Há ainda jogos da Games With Gold, como Dirt Showdown[19] e o pacote completo da primeira temporada de Killer Instinct.

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed mais em conta na Xbox Live (Foto: Divulgação/Sega)Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed mais em conta na Xbox Live (Foto: Divulgação/Sega)

Para Xbox 360:

Sniper Elite 3 R$ 49,50 *
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed R$ 52,93 *

Para Xbox One:

Boggle com 33% de desconto R$ 20,10 *
Inside my Radio com 50% de desconto R$ 14,50 *
Killer Instinct Season 2 Combo Breaker com 50% de desconto R$ 19,50 *
Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra com 50% de desconto R$ 39,50 *
Pure Hold’em com 33% de desconto R$ 26,13 *
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition com 50% de desconto R$ 80,00 *

* desconto para assinantes Gold

Games With Gold:

Killer Instinct Ultra Edition Add-on Xbox One
Zheroes  Xbox One
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Xbox 360

- Steam (Windows, Mac, Linux)

No Steam[20] não existem tantas promoções nesta semana, mas há jogos interessantes, como Tabletop Simulator[21], que deixa o jogador replicar qualquer game de tabuleiro dentro do Steam. Além disso, o polêmico Postal 2 e do fofinho A Boy and His Blob também estão mais baratos.

Tabletop Simulator com desconto no Steam (Foto: Divulgação/Berserk Games)Tabletop Simulator com desconto no Steam (Foto: Divulgação/Berserk Games)
Tabletop Simulator R$ 18,49
Risk of Rain R$ 4,99
Sorcerer King R$ 20,69
Mount Your Friends R$ 5,24
Primal Carnage R$ 3,19
Flight Simulator X R$ 22,89
A Boy and His Blob R$ 16,99
Postal 2 R$ 1,99
Dino D-Day R$ 1,99

- Nuuvem (Windows, Mac, Linux)

A plataforma brasileira para jogos digitais do PC Nuuvem[22] continua sua promoção da pré-venda de Street Fighter 5[23], e oferece outros jogos da série Lego, além de Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen[24] mais baratos.

Lego Hobbit é um dos jogos em desconto no Nuuvem (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)Lego Hobbit é um dos jogos em desconto no Nuuvem (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)
Battleborn R$ 89
Divekick R$ 8,49
Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen R$ 59,99
Sonic Lost World R$ 49,99
XCOM 2 R$ 116,90
The Lego Movie Videogame R$ 18,49
Street Fighter 5 R$ 89,99
Lego O Hobbit R$ 18,49
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 27,99
Lego Batman 2 DC Super Heroes R$ 18,49
Lego Jurassic World R$ 36,49
Lego Marvel Super Heroes R$ 18,49

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  1. ^ Batman: Arkham Knight (www.techtudo.com.br)
  2. ^ Lego (www.techtudo.com.br)
  3. ^ Borderlands (www.techtudo.com.br)
  4. ^ BioShock (www.techtudo.com.br)
  5. ^ PS3 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  6. ^ PS4 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  7. ^ PS Vita (www.techtudo.com.br)
  8. ^ Como derrotar os principais vilões do Batman em Arkham Knight (www.techtudo.com.br)
  9. ^ Lego Batman (www.techtudo.com.br)
  10. ^ Mortal Kombat X (www.techtudo.com.br)
  11. ^ Driveclub (www.techtudo.com.br)
  12. ^ Evolve (www.techtudo.com.br)
  13. ^ Warner (www.techtudo.com.br)
  14. ^ 2K Games (www.techtudo.com.br)
  15. ^ Download grátis do app do TechTudo (www.techtudo.com.br)
  16. ^ Xbox Live (www.techtudo.com.br)
  17. ^ Sniper Elite 3 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  18. ^ Killer Instinct (www.techtudo.com.br)
  19. ^ Dirt Showdown (www.techtudo.com.br)
  20. ^ Steam (www.techtudo.com.br)
  21. ^ Tabletop Simulator (www.techtudo.com.br)
  22. ^ Nuuvem (www.techtudo.com.br)
  23. ^ Street Fighter 5 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  24. ^ Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (www.techtudo.com.br)
  25. ^ Batman Arkham Knight: como derrotar o gigante Golias? (www.techtudo.com.br)

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Batman, Lego Hobbit e Borderlands estão entre as ofertas da semana – Globo.com

Original article

Batman: Arkham Knight[1], jogos da série Lego, Borderlands e BioShock[4] são alguns dos jogos que estão em promoção nesta semana. O destaque fica com a PSN desta vez, que oferece títulos a preços mais em conta para PS3[5], PS4[6] e PS Vita[7]. Outras plataformas não ficam de fora, ainda que não tenham tantas ofertas disponíveis. Veja os destaques e economize na hora de comprar seu próximo game:
[2][3]

Como derrotar os principais vilões do Batman em Arkham Knight
[8]

- PlayStation Network

A PSN volta a oferecer uma grande lista de jogos em promoção, como Batman, Lego Hobbit, Lego Batman[9], Mortal Kombat X[10], Driveclub[11], Evolve[12] e mais. São ofertas focadas em games da Warner[13] e 2K Games[14], com diversas séries disponíveis. O relançamento de Dark Cloud 2, originalmente de PS2, também chega mais barato.

Batman Arkham Knight é um dos games na PSN (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)Batman Arkham Knight é um dos games na PSN (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)

Jogos de PS4:

Batman Arkham Knight R$ 162,49
Borderlands Handsome Collection R$ 80
Dark Cloud 2 R$ 34,43
Evolve R$ 66
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 100
Lego O Hobbit R$ 28,38
Sombras de Mordor Edição Jogo do Ano R$ 125,93
Mortal Kombat X R$ 174,99
Driveclub R$ 119,99

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Jogos de PS3:

Akiba’s Trip Undead & Undressed R$ 50
Batman Arkham City Ultimate Edition R$ 71,94
Batman Arkham Origins Ultimate Bundle R$ 38
Batman Arkham Asylum R$ 50
BioShock R$ 20
BioShock 2 R$ 20
BioShock Infinite R$ 37,50
Borderlands the Pre-Sequel R$ 32,40
Borderlands Edição Definitiva R$ 32,50
Borderlands 2 R$ 20
Dragon’s Crown R$ 50
God Mode R$ 6,30
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 100
Lego O Hobbit R$ 15,50
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition R$ 30,15
Sombras de Mordor Edição Legião R$ 116,89
Trine 2 R$ 6,20

Jogos de PS Vita:

Akiba’s Trip Undead & Undressed R$ 50
Dragon’s Crown R$ 50
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 36,50
Lego O Hobbit R$ 22,11
Mortal Kombat R$ 65
Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate R$ 37,50

Jogos grátis da PS Plus:

Hardware: Rivals PS4
Grim Fandango Remastered PS4, PS Vita
Dragon Age: Origins PS3
Medal of Honor Warfighter PS3
Legends of War Patton PS Vita
Nihilumbra PS Vita

- Xbox Live

A Xbox Live[16] nacional tem poucos games em promoção nesta semana, como Sniper Elite 3[17] e a segunda temporada de Killer Instinct[18]. Há ainda jogos da Games With Gold, como Dirt Showdown[19] e o pacote completo da primeira temporada de Killer Instinct.

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed mais em conta na Xbox Live (Foto: Divulgação/Sega)Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed mais em conta na Xbox Live (Foto: Divulgação/Sega)

Para Xbox 360:

Sniper Elite 3 R$ 49,50 *
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed R$ 52,93 *

Para Xbox One:

Boggle com 33% de desconto R$ 20,10 *
Inside my Radio com 50% de desconto R$ 14,50 *
Killer Instinct Season 2 Combo Breaker com 50% de desconto R$ 19,50 *
Killer Instinct Season 2 Ultra com 50% de desconto R$ 39,50 *
Pure Hold’em com 33% de desconto R$ 26,13 *
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition com 50% de desconto R$ 80,00 *

* desconto para assinantes Gold

Games With Gold:

Killer Instinct Ultra Edition Add-on Xbox One
Zheroes  Xbox One
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Xbox 360

- Steam (Windows, Mac, Linux)

No Steam[20] não existem tantas promoções nesta semana, mas há jogos interessantes, como Tabletop Simulator[21], que deixa o jogador replicar qualquer game de tabuleiro dentro do Steam. Além disso, o polêmico Postal 2 e do fofinho A Boy and His Blob também estão mais baratos.

Tabletop Simulator com desconto no Steam (Foto: Divulgação/Berserk Games)Tabletop Simulator com desconto no Steam (Foto: Divulgação/Berserk Games)
Tabletop Simulator R$ 18,49
Risk of Rain R$ 4,99
Sorcerer King R$ 20,69
Mount Your Friends R$ 5,24
Primal Carnage R$ 3,19
Flight Simulator X R$ 22,89
A Boy and His Blob R$ 16,99
Postal 2 R$ 1,99
Dino D-Day R$ 1,99

- Nuuvem (Windows, Mac, Linux)

A plataforma brasileira para jogos digitais do PC Nuuvem[22] continua sua promoção da pré-venda de Street Fighter 5[23], e oferece outros jogos da série Lego, além de Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen[24] mais baratos.

Lego Hobbit é um dos jogos em desconto no Nuuvem (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)Lego Hobbit é um dos jogos em desconto no Nuuvem (Foto: Divulgação/Warner)
Battleborn R$ 89
Divekick R$ 8,49
Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen R$ 59,99
Sonic Lost World R$ 49,99
XCOM 2 R$ 116,90
The Lego Movie Videogame R$ 18,49
Street Fighter 5 R$ 89,99
Lego O Hobbit R$ 18,49
Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham R$ 27,99
Lego Batman 2 DC Super Heroes R$ 18,49
Lego Jurassic World R$ 36,49
Lego Marvel Super Heroes R$ 18,49

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  1. ^ Batman: Arkham Knight (www.techtudo.com.br)
  2. ^ Lego (www.techtudo.com.br)
  3. ^ Borderlands (www.techtudo.com.br)
  4. ^ BioShock (www.techtudo.com.br)
  5. ^ PS3 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  6. ^ PS4 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  7. ^ PS Vita (www.techtudo.com.br)
  8. ^ Como derrotar os principais vilões do Batman em Arkham Knight (www.techtudo.com.br)
  9. ^ Lego Batman (www.techtudo.com.br)
  10. ^ Mortal Kombat X (www.techtudo.com.br)
  11. ^ Driveclub (www.techtudo.com.br)
  12. ^ Evolve (www.techtudo.com.br)
  13. ^ Warner (www.techtudo.com.br)
  14. ^ 2K Games (www.techtudo.com.br)
  15. ^ Download grátis do app do TechTudo (www.techtudo.com.br)
  16. ^ Xbox Live (www.techtudo.com.br)
  17. ^ Sniper Elite 3 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  18. ^ Killer Instinct (www.techtudo.com.br)
  19. ^ Dirt Showdown (www.techtudo.com.br)
  20. ^ Steam (www.techtudo.com.br)
  21. ^ Tabletop Simulator (www.techtudo.com.br)
  22. ^ Nuuvem (www.techtudo.com.br)
  23. ^ Street Fighter 5 (www.techtudo.com.br)
  24. ^ Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (www.techtudo.com.br)
  25. ^ Batman Arkham Knight: como derrotar o gigante Golias? (www.techtudo.com.br)

hobbit lego – Google News

Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

Original article

The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

hobbitlego – Google News

Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

Original article

The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

hobbitlego – Google News

Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

Original article

The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

hobbitlego – Google News

Cool Stuff: Gigantic 120000 Piece LEGO Construction of Erebor from ‘The Hobbit’ – /FILM

Original article

The Hobbit LEGO Erebor

Next month brings the new video game LEGO Dimensions[1], linking the world’s of the LEGO versions of Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, Lord of the Rings and more. But I’m not even sure the LEGO video game world will be as massive or impressive as this latest creation.

LEGO master builder Michal Kazmierczak has constructed a 120,000 piece The Hobbit LEGO Erebor set, and you won’t believe how big and detailed this creation is. Even more impressive is that it’s not just an exterior LEGO creation, but it also has an incredible interior as well. I can’t even imagine how much this cost to create.

Here’s some images of the LEGO Erebor creation from Michal’s Flickr[2] (via Gizmodo[3]):

This creation is 7 feet tall, 5.5 feet deep, and 6 feet wide, with a weight of 286 pounds. The LEGO piece count may not be anywhere near the number of gold pieces that are in Erebor, but that’s still an insane amount of LEGO pieces. It’s certainly way bigger and cooler than one of the official The Hobbit LEGO sets[4] that attempted to bring just one part of Erebor to toy shelves for Middle Earth fans to build at home.

If you need more LEGO fun with Gandalf, Bilbo, Legloas and more characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the LEGO Dimensions video game arrives on September 27th.

Otherwise, if you’re not the LEGO type, you can still head to theaters in October to see The Hobbit trilogy all over again[5], but this time in the extended edition format which has never played on the big screen before. There’s a chance you might spend more time watching The Hobbit in theaters than Micha? Ka?mierczak spent buidling this LEGO Erebor set. Or at least it will feel like you spent more time in theaters.

References

  1. ^ LEGO Dimensions (www.slashfilm.com)
  2. ^ Flickr (flic.kr)
  3. ^ Gizmodo (lego.gizmodo.com)
  4. ^ the official The Hobbit LEGO sets (www.amazon.com)
  5. ^ see The Hobbit trilogy all over again (www.slashfilm.com)

hobbitlego – Google News

LEGO Lord of the Rings is the best thing since LEGO Star Wars – Android Authority (blog)

Original article

Lego Lord of the Rings

There’s something infinitely addictive about LEGO. Whether it’s the colored plastic blocks or the LEGO games based on your favorite movies, there’s just no putting them down. After arriving on consoles more than three years ago, LEGO Lord of the Rings is now in Google Play.

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LEGO Lord of the Rings encompasses all three of the films, so you can play along with all of J. R. R. Tolkien’s legendary characters through your favorite locations in Middle Earth. Everything is tied together with the familiar overview map and the locations themselves are based on the Warner Bros. films.

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There are over 90 playable characters, including Gandalf, Aragorn, Samwise, Frodo, Legolas and Gimli and you can even unlock Sauron and the Nazgûl. To add to the atmosphere, there are dialogue snippets from the films interspersed throughout the gameplay as you fight your way to Mount Doom.

Android Action GamesSee also: 10 best action games for Android!18[1]

LEGO Lord of the Rings costs $ 4.99 and has no in-app purchases. However, as with many other Warner Bros. games, be careful if you’re running Marshmallow. While the Play Store reviews are positive right now, bugs, crashes, incompatibility with Android 6.0 and lack of customer support tend to follow most Warner Bros. games around.

References

  1. ^ See also: 10 best action games for Android!18 (www.androidauthority.com)

hobbit lego – Google News