Amazon is running a promo right now for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Blu-Ray. The film comes out on March 19th - just over two weeks away and you can pre-order it for just $26 for the regular version or $30 to include the 3D version. Those are already pretty good prices for the combo packs - but there's an added bonus if you purchase LEGO Lord of the Rings too.
Greetings Stranger. You have come far to listen to my tale; a tale of intrigue, adventure, LEGO and incorrectly printed discs on 360. Now my adventure is ready to play as LEGO: The Lord of the Rings has been launched in the US (EU will have to wait until November 23rd), and with it a series of new screens and a launch trailer. Good journey to you all!
The latest Lego Lord of the Rings trailer gives us a glimpse of the charming humor that has become a hallmark of the franchise. The Lego games have handled several beloved franchised remarkably well. We expect Travelers' Tales to treat the lore of LOTR with the same care.
We’ve been growing thin and stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread, waiting for the release of a great looking Lord of the Rings title to pass us by. Luckily for us, the LEGO Lord of the Rings release date has officially been announced, exciting us to try the new couch co-op relatively soon.
As the first in the highly anticipated series of movies based on Tolkien's The Hobbit approaches, so too does the marketing onslaught, like a horde or orcs and goblins invading the land. Later this fall, a video game tie in, LEGO Lord of the Rings, is headed to your Xbox 360, PS3, or Wii. Frodo, Gandalf, and the rest of the game look suitably adorable in glorious animated LEGO form.
Many of us are still knee-deep in LEGO Batman 2, but Traveller's Tales is already hard at work doing the only thing they know: making another LEGO game. Luckily LEGO The Lord of the Rings looks just as ambitious as the last entry, with an amazing 85 characters and fully-voiced story sequences taken from the movies of the same name. One of those characters, Gollum, can be glimpsed in his kind of goofy-looking glory in this new batch of screenshots.
Hey, do you know what we need? MORE LEGO GAMES! Every time I think the formula is over and done with a new franchise pops up and it still works surprisingly well. This latest trailer from, you guessed it, Gamescom 2012 features the LEGO The Lord of the Rings game.
Not much more to say - if you're headed to the San Diego Comic Con this weekend you should stop by and check out the LEGO The Lord of the Rings video game in all its co-op glory. If you aren't headed to sunny San Diego to schmooze it up with celebs, check out comics and cosplay, and get your hands on the latest video games - perhaps a handful of new screens from the game will make up for it.
The LEGO series of games has been a staple of co-op since LEGO Star Wars debuted way back in 2005, and the latest releases are no different. Both LEGO Lord of the Rings and LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes are no different. They're loaded up with two-player local co-op, and we gave them both a quick spin.
Chalk up another rumor that has now been confirmed. Today Warner Bros and TT Games have announced LEGO The Lord of the Rings coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo 3DS. The game looks exactly how you'd expect it to look, that's not really surprising. How it sounds though? Well that is.
If our gut is correct, we believe that Warner Bros. will more than likely release a widely-expected version of LEGO The Lord of the Rings: The Videogame. The title has been hinted at being on its way, according to the packaging for the new line of LEGO Lord of the Rings toys, based off of the three Peter Jackson movies inspired by the books.
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