Licensed game is released alongside movie
Movie goes onto become a box-office smash. Licensed game then compliments movie straight to the top of the charts. The refreshing part? Toy Story 3 is actually a darn good game. No one is getting ripped off here buying into a bad product with a fancy name on it. Oh no. Because Toy Story 3 is a brilliant...
What do Toy Story 3 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 have in common? They're both surprisingly good licensed games, designed with families in mind
Yup. They're also both sitting amongst a heap of familiar software in the UK sales top ten. Somehow, the desperately disappointing XBOX 360 exclusive, Crackdown 2, is sitting atop the sales charts. That's...
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 is spending its second week top of the UK all-formats chart, keeping Westerner Red Dead Redemption just behind in second
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 managed to debut in fourth position, while the likes of Naughty Bear and Demon's Souls slipped after last week's performance. Get the full top-twenty after the jump. LEGO HARRY...
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Man, after last weeks pile of post-E3 releases, we've finally hit the Summer drought
Not many games this week, although the US is getting a handful of releases Europe got last week. Let's look at the picks then... PushSquare's PlayStation Pick Of The Week: Hot Shots/Everybody's Tennis The Everybody's (or Hot Shots depending on your neck of the...
LEGO Harry Potter's stolen Red Dead Redemption's crown, and topped the UK sales charts this week
The plastic spell 'em up (which is getting rave reviews) managed to push everybody's favourite video game Western into second place after well over a month in the top spot. It was a pretty good week all round for new video game releases, with releases...
Gah, what more can we say? It's LEGO
It's Harry Potter. It's the first four years. It's out tomorrow? Dum-de-dum. Yup, here's your LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 launch trailer. Rockin'. We love you Hazza.
Gah, I vouch never to use the term "PushSquarers" ever again. D'oh, already broken my vow haven't I? Oh well, whatever. There's a ton to make up for our dishonesty this week - E3 is out of the way and video games are releasing again. Lots of them, actually. PushSquare's Pick Of The Week: Transformers: War For...
In LEGO! How about that? When we read Philosopher's Stone all those years back, we never imagined we'd still be talking about Mr. Potter now. But we are - in LEGO form no less. Let's get to the point: Warner Bros. has a demo for LEGO Harry Potter planned for late June. It would be next week, but unfortunately Microsoft's got exclusive...
Love 'em or hate 'em, there's something about the LEGO games from Traveller's Tales that is strikingly cute
This video from LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 is from the third book. It's also as brilliantly lovely as you'd expect it to be. It's probably bad to be hyped for this game but whatever, we're stoked.
The latest mash-up between Lego and another popular franchise, Lego Harry Potter, is due in May according to a trailer published on Eurogamer today
The game certainly looks to have a lot of potential. It's coming to PS3 and PSP.
Finally, a debut trailer for the terribly titled LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4
Ignore the concise wording though, and you have charm galore. Look at it: it's Harry, Ron and Hermione in LEGO form. How can you not like it?
LEGO Harry Potter has been on the cards for a while
But today, Warner finally released the first trailer for LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 — which naturally will document the first four years of Harry's time at Hogwarts. The trailer looks suitably rough but, alas, the game is not due until next year. Press release after the jump. WARNER BROS...