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LEGO Dimensions Beetlejuice Fun Pack Review

Tonight, my son and I cracked into the Beetlejuice Fun Pack for LEGO Dimensions thanks to my good friends at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment in Canada. While the physical LEGO build itself isn't one of the best to come out of the LEGO Dimensions lineup, the gameplay more than makes up for it. Overall, the Fun Pack comes highly recommended from us here at GamesReviews!

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New Pokémon Details from Nintendo Direct

If you didn't get to see the Nintendo Direct from yesterday, do yourself a favour and hop over to the Nintendo YouTube page and watch it, or see the video below. One of the coolest announcements during that direct was the unveiling of a brand new, Pokeball designed New Nintendo 2DS XL. On top of that, new details were provided for the upcoming Pokémon titles heading to the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.

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A Ray of Sunshine: A Look At Rayman Legends Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch

When Adam Roffel asked if I had any interest in Rayman Legends for Nintendo Switch, I couldn’t say yes fast enough! I had played the Rayman Legends demo on the Switch and loved it. I had played the demo on Wii U and loved it. But I had never played the full game because some other games were always coming up and distracting me from Rayman Legends. Boy was I missing out! I really loved the Rayman Legends Definitive Edition…

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LEGO Worlds is the Perfect Fit on Nintendo Switch

When LEGO Worlds came out earlier this year on the PS4 and Xbox One, we jumped at an opportunity to review the title, and thanks to Warner Bros. in Canada, we had that opportunity. You can read our (mostly positive) thoughts here! When doing that review, the one thing I constantly said to friends, my PR representative, and almost everyone else was: "I cannot wait for this game on Nintendo Switch." That time is here, and I was so right with that initial observation: the portability of LEGO Worlds on Nintendo Switch legitimately put my 50+ lbs of LEGO bricks ...

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Mario+Rabbids – Ubisoft’s 10 Tips for Beginners

It's not often that developers and publishers do Let's Plays of their own games, but Ubisoft has taken it upon themselves to not only provide walkthroughs on its YouTube channel for each level, but also to provide new players with a number of tips to succeed in Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle. We've embedded the video below, and type out Ubisoft's Top 10 Tips below!

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Ubisoft’s Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle is Still Nintendo’s Mario

When images of Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle were leaked ahead of the games official announcement at E3 2017, the masses of Nintendo fans online were pretty skeptical about what they were looking at. Could it be true? Was Nintendo allowing another publisher to use their assets to create a cross over title? Turns out, this was all true, but rest assured: despite Ubisoft developing and publishing this game, and despite them using their Rabbids characters, this is still very much Nintendo's Mario!

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Powerpuff Girls Rescue Lego Dimensions in September

The Powerpuff Girls will be released for Lego Dimensions next month. Check out a new trailer below. The Powerpuff Girls packs will be out on September 12, 2017. That is the same day that the Beetlejuice and Teen Titans Go! packs will be out for Lego Dimensions. Here’s more information of the Powerpuff Girls packs (via a PR email we received): “The latest LEGO® Dimensions™ trailer introduces the crime-stopping trio, Blossom™, Bubbles™ and Buttercup™, as they lend their dynamic powers…

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More Thoughts From Me #81: Rewrite History #DuckTales!

Might solve a mystery or rewrite history…Ducktales! Woo–oo. (stops singing). Yes, today I’m going to talk about Ducktales. Specifically Ducktales Remastered, a video game that came out on the Wii U awhile back. I’m sure it came out other places too but I played it on the Wii U. And now seems like a great time to talk about this game again with the new cartoon having just premiered last week! Was I supposed to talk about something else today?…

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More Thoughts From Me #79: A Better (Lego) Marvel

I loved the first Lego Marvel game. It had Spider-man, the X-men, the Fantastic Four, and a ton of other Marvel superheroes. Plus, it had a fully explorable New York City. Lego Marvel 2, coming later this year, looks like it’ll be even bigger and better than the first game. Here are my thoughts on the game so far. Let’s get the elephant in the room out of the way first: the X-men might not be in Lego Marvel 2.…

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The Strange and Wacky World of Miitopia

Miitopia came out on Friday last week. I bought the game on Friday and have played it a lot since then. Today, I want to provide you with some impressions of Miitopia. What do I think of the game so far? A villian is going around stealing faces from Miis and its your job to get those faces back. Thats the basic plotline of Miitopia. There is a little bit more to it, all the time, but I don’t want…

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