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Play the events that happened prior to the movie

New Adventures Await in LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

May the 4th marks a special day for Star Wars fans. TT Games and Warner Bros joined in the festivities with some news about he next LEGO game, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It appears you'll be able to play some of the adventures that are mentioned in the movie, but never shown, like Han and Chewie capturing the Rathars.

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Sadness has two new homes!

The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth DLC Has A PS4 And Xbox One Release Date

At some point in our lives, we've all had to learn that it's okay to cry.  Sometimes, it's the passing of a pet that sets us off.  Other times, it's the fact that you're actually really good at baseball, and everyone else in this stadium is a big, dumb idiot.  Regardless of the circumstances, crying is a healthy release of emotion and, in the case of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, a means to defend yourself against hordes of vicious flies and maggots.

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New gameplay features unveiled for the upcoming LEGO game

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Unveils Gameplay Trailer

Today, Warner Bros revealed the first gameplay trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In addition to reliving signature scenes from the movie, new adventures (or "Story Levels") will also be available to play, which focus on events preceding the movie. Concerning gameplay, this newest LEGO game will feature ship comba...

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New content on the way, but sticking with this version

Get More Mileage Out of Disney Infinity 3.0

Disney recently announced that there will be no "4.0" version of their popular toys-to-life title, Disney Infinity, at least for another year. Rather than going through another upgrade that forces fans to purchase new Starter Kits, the title will remain the 3.0 edition a little while longer. In addition, new content, like the Marvel Battlegrounds play set that gets released tomorrow in the States, will continue to be released for this version.

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Local co-op just got a little more accessible.

Chariot Is Speeding Wildly Onto Apple TV Today

Working together is obviously important in its own right, but it becomes extra crucial when your task centers around something delicate, like an egg in a spoon, or a souffle, or the corpse of your dead father.  Chariot, the much-lauded game from Frima Originals, centers around just such a situation (the one with paternal demise, specifically) and, as of March 10th, will be available for friends, couples, and possibly strangers who happen to own an Apple TV.

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The cutest heavy assault weapon of them all.

Assault Android Cactus Blasts Onto PS4

With Assault Android Cactus finally landing onto the PlayStation 4, I need some help. Can someone explain to me the frequency of combat droids resembling adorable little girls? Sure, you don't want your nefarious army composed entirely of hulking DeathBots like all the other mad scientists. But out of all the robot designs out there, why do we have to throw the cutesy ones into battle? With Assault Android Cactus, you can even launch four at a time into robotic bullet hell.

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Splat and Trigger will receive palette swaps to support the cause

Skylanders Partnering with Autism Speaks

April is Autism Awareness Month, and Activision has launched a few initiatives to join the cause. Skylanders: Superchargers will be receiving to new characters linked to the "Light It Up Blue" program established by Autism Speaks, an organization striving to support families affected by autism and raise public awareness about the disorder.

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