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LittleBigPlanet 2's been named among the nominations for the Children's BAFTAs
The Media Molecule developed PlayStation 3 exclusive is joined by stiff competition from Kirby's Epic Yarn, LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean and Pokemon Black & White. A number of PS3 titles have also been included in the Kids' Choice awards, with Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit and FIFA 11 both getting the nod. For more..
We told you FIFA 12 would hold onto the top of the UK sales charts for a good number of weeks
Not even an onslaught of new releases — RAGE and Dark Souls no less — could push the soccer sim from its perch, with both titles finishing second and third respectively. Elsewhere, there was room for Resistance 3 to re-emerge in the top-ten, while usual favourites Zumba Fitness and LEGO Pirates Of The..
Zumba Fitness is top of the UK sales charts again
Sigh. It's the game's third consecutive week in premium position, proving, if nothing else, that overweight middle-aged women now enjoy video games as much as spotty teenagers. The chart was backed up by usual suspects of LEGO: Pirates Of The Caribbean and L.A. Noire, with F.E.A.R. 3 taking the...
Despite a number of seriously scathing reviews over the weekend, Duke Nukem Forever has knocked L
A. Noire</a> off its perch at the top of the UK sales charts, scoring a number one finish for the long-in-development FPS. L.A. Noire finished up in second, while Sucker Punch's new superhero escapade finished up just behind Zumba Fitness in...
A. Noire</a> has held onto its spot aloft the UK sales charts, in a week where very little has changed in the top ten. LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean and DiRT 3 swapped places from last week, finishing second and third respectively. Elsewhere, it's your usual selection of casual and pseudo-casual experiences. Knock yourself out. L.A. Noire...
A. Noire</a> has held onto the UK sales charts top spot for a second week running, beating off Codemasters' semi-sim DiRT 3 which finished up in a respectable second. LEGO Pirates Of the Caribbean, Zumba Fitness and Brink all held onto their high positions to round out the top five, with familiar faces such as Crysis 2 and Call Of Duty:...
Brink has knocked Zumba Fitness [urgh - Ed] off the top of the UK sales charts this week, scoring a domestic top-spot for developer Splash Damage
The brilliant LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean made it a one-two for new releases, finishing up in second. Of course, Zumba Fitness was still around to keep Mums happy, finishing up in third just ahead of Portal 2 and Call Of Duty: Black Ops. The other new..
Man, it's like release date central here at PushSquare
Every single press-release we've received this afternoon has included a release date announcement of some kind. This day shall henceforth be known as "the day all major publishers dated their games". Or something. Disney's the latest to join in with the festivities, slapping a May 10th (that's next week!) release date on LEGO Pirates..
It feels like Traveller's Tales make a new LEGO game for practically every franchise worth a damn, but who cares when they are traditionally rather good? Take LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean: you have to admire the way the studio's managed to capture Captain Jack Sparrow's rogue charm within a rendered LEGO block
Disney's just announced that Traveller's Tales are hard at work on another entry in their esteemed LEGO: Insert Popular License Here franchise, announcing LEGO: Pirates Of The Caribbean for release on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable next year
The title will tie in with the movie, On Stranger Tides, which is currently slated for release in May. Pirates of the Caribbean is a globally..