Warner Bros. has released the above teaser trailer for LEGO DC Super-Villains, a game that's been heavily leaked and hinted at for months now. The teaser promises a full trailer tomorrow, where we'll get a better idea of what to expect from the newest LEGO action game. As you might expect, it seems like Batman's most famous foe, Joker, will be leading the charge.
Are you excited for LEGO DC Super-Villains? Chatter your teeth in the comments below.
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What a bull a teaser for a trailer...
Always enjoyed the Lego games. A fun easy game to play together with my wife. Although I'm surprised they're still being released at such a high frequency - can't say I've seen them as high sellers
Ah, rats. I'm not around tomorrow. Must remember to check back on Thursday, as I'm quite looking forward to this.
@Alfieburns If they were just LEGO games, I'd agree with you, but thanks to the power of licencing and the loyalty of some to certain franchises, you'll usually see them in the charts for a good couple weeks after release, especially if they're tied to something that prints money, like Star Wars.
You don't have to particularly like LEGO to be a DC and / or Batman fan, and then you're only looking at four games over the past decade (including this forthcoming release). That's the same amount as the Arkham series.
@RogerRoger that's a fair point, I hadn't thought of it like that. It just happens that my wife and I are big fans of DC, Marvel and Star Wars so we seem to buy a couple a year! Hey, I enjoy them; I'm just surprised we haven't hit a saturation point yet.
@Alfieburns I only play the DC and Star Wars ones (and the Indiana Jones ones, but there were only two of them and they were a while back).
It works out quite nicely; with only those two core franchises, I get one every couple years, right around the time I'm thinking it'd be nice to play another simple, effortless and genuinely funny platformer. If you're going for 100% and a platinum trophy, I find that they just begin to outstay their welcome right before you can call it complete and move on.
Every time I've randomly tried to pick up another in between (The LEGO Movie Videogame, LEGO Jurassic World) I've only run through the story and never gone back. I couldn't begin to imagine playing one per year, let alone the two or three they seem to release!
When you're in the right mood, though, they're fantastic.
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