LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Review for Nintendo Switch

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is an action packed comic adventure featuring Captain America, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and many more as they face off against Kang the Conqueror. The game succeeds on nailing the feel of the Marvel universe and giving players a giant world to explore. Unfortunately, an aging formula and frequent bugs hold the … Continue reading LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Review for Nintendo Switch

Ranking the LEGO Games *Updated*

Hey folks. I have started writing for The Xbox Enthusiast and decided to share my Ranking LEGO article on the site. In hindsight, I did make a few updates to my original order. If you'd like to see where I currently rank all 20 LEGO Games you can check it out there: Part 1 - … Continue reading Ranking the LEGO Games *Updated*

New LEGO Line Announced – Nexo Knights

The LEGO Group just announced on a Twitter a new line from 2016 that they are debuting at New York Comic Con.  It's called "NEXO KNIGHTS" and appears to be a Tech based Medieval theme. At first look, I assumed this would be something along the Bionicle/Hero lines, but when I reached out for clarification … Continue reading New LEGO Line Announced – Nexo Knights

E3 2015 Games to Watch – LEGO Dimensions

Traveller’s Tales have been making LEGO games since 2005, starting with their very first game, LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game to their most recent release of LEGO Jurassic World.  In that time they have developed one of the most accessible and fun 3D Action Platformering experiences on consoles today. The next game in the … Continue reading E3 2015 Games to Watch – LEGO Dimensions

LEGO Jurassic World (2015) Review

Traveller’s Tales 26th LEGO game focus on the Dinosaur Zoo that we all want to visit. In LEGO Jurassic World you play through the stories of the 3 original films and the recently released namesake, Jurassic World. If you’ve played any of TT’s LEGO games previously, you will know what to expect. So, do they … Continue reading LEGO Jurassic World (2015) Review