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by John Bardinelli 0
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Online co-op sputters and dies, if it ever really lived in the first place.

Nintendo to Pull Wii and DS Online Services in May

Get in your last few rounds of online Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Mario Kart DS, because on May 20, Nintendo is handing its Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service a pair of cement shoes. This means matchmaking, leaderboards and online play for over 400 Wii and DS games will cease to exist, forcing players around the world to sit with people in person to play last-gen multiplayer games.

by Marc Allie 1
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Make mine LEGO

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Co-Op Review

For a good portion of the LEGO video game series lifespan, the experience was about the same from game to game. This was both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, if you enjoyed busting LEGO bad guys into thousands of pieces and solving a few puzzles while reliving iconic pop culture franchises like Star Wars and Harry Potter, you kne...

by Sam Tyler 1
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Hello True Believers

Stan Lee Gets More Than a Simple Cameo in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

Who is the greatest Marvel Super Hero of all time?  There are a lot to choose from; my personal fave is Thor - a like a bit of arrogance in my heroes.  What about the man who invented many of the Marvel stars we know and love?  Surely, Stan Lee deserves his place in the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes roster?

by Jason Love 6
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Cooperative gameplay has been a "must" since the beginning

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Co-Op Confirmed, TT Games Talks Co-Op Philosophy

It came as little surprise when two new Lego games were announced this month for a 2013 release. Perhaps a little more surprising is that one of those games, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, is delving into some new IP for developer TT Games; one that has seen a lot of popularity due to recent movie releases and more. If there's one developer that could be trusted to create a light-hearted/fun romp through the world of Marvel, it's certainly them. Afterall, TT Games stepped things up with LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, so this game can only improve from there, right?

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Zelda Four Swords Will be Free Until February 2012

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures is coming to DSi Ware next week on September 28th.  The game will be completely free for a limited time, almost 5 months in total, until February 20th 2012.  While the original GameBoy Advanced / Gamecube title required link cables between the systems to play the four player co-op mode, the new game will allow for wireless LAN play between Nintendo 3DS,  Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL systems.

by Andrew Gaskill 0
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Two New Lego Trailers Featuring Pirates and Clones

The prolific Lego titles are at it again.  Today we have two new videos from Traveller's Tales, the makers of the Lego games.  The first video is a preview of the new Lego Pirates of the Caribbean game.  The title will cover all four movies, and it is set to release May 13th, around the same time as the fourth film On Stranger Tides. The second trailer is a cut scene from the upcoming Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, which should be out March 22nd.  You can check out a demo on Xbox LIVE. It appears the games will have the same sense of humor that has helped them appeal to gamers of all ages.  Both Lego titles should be available on every major system, as well as support two player co-op.

by Andrew Gaskill 0
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New Trailer for Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

We recently let you know about the small delay for the release of  Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars.  Today, to help dry your tears,  we bring you a new pre-launch trailer.  It covers some of the epic battles from both The Clone Wars and Attack of the Clones.  The new, more 'realistic' enviroments are all on display in their non-Lego glory.  The upgraded engine should allow for more blocks on screen than ever, which means more droid fodder for your humming light saber.  At one point a decapitated droid head is used as a weapon.  No word yet on whether or not this game will be ripped from store shelves for its graphic depiction of Lego violence. 

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