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LEGO Brick Headz – The Hulk

About a week ago, we reviewed our first ever LEGO Brick Headz set here on GamesReviews.com and gave it a very favourable review. Not only does the figure look good on display, but the box artwork also adds to the aesthetic of having these sets on my desk at work. I get many compliments about them, and find myself referring people more and more often to the nearest toy store to grab their own. Like the Iron Man set, Hulk also comes with many hard-to-find pieces, making the 9.99 investment ...

 

Fire Emblem Echoes Review in Progress Part 3: The Sounds

I continue to play Fire Emblem Echoes a lot. I currently have thirty hours on the game and the ending is nowhere in sight. Echoes, like the previous games, is a really well put together game so far. And one of the most impressive parts of the game is the sounds: soundtrack, sound effects, and the voice acting. In part 3 of my Review in Progress, I’ll take a look at the spectacular sounds of Fire Emblem Echoes. Right away,…

 

Cars 3: Driven to Win Gameplay Trailer

A new trailer for Cars 3: Driven to Win was released today. We have the trailer, some additional information on the game, and my opinion on the new trailer. Cars 3: Driven to Win is coming out on June 13 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch and Wii U. According to a PR e-mail we received the game will feature six game modes: ”     Race: Players can hop onto the tracks and race against Lightning…

 
 

Fire Emblem Echoes Review in Progress Part 2: 3DS Features

I have twenty some hours on Fire Emblem Echoes now. While a full review of Echoes is still a little ways off, I wanted to provide our readers with even more insight into this new game for 3DS. In Part 2 of my Review in Progress, I will talk about Fire Emblem Echoes’ 3DS features. All of the gameplay for Fire Emblem Echoes takes place on the top screen. While this means that there is no touch screen controls for …

 

Fire Emblem Echoes Review In Progress Part 1: The Graphics

Fire Emblem Echoes came out for the 3DS today. I am currently playing the game for review. A full review will be coming to GamesReviews.com as soon as possible. For now, we want to provide our readers with as much Fire Emblem Echoes content as possible. In today’s first Review In Progress, I’ll discuss Fire Emblem Echoes’ graphics! Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates both have excellent graphics. Both games deal in 2D gameplay expect when the camera zooms…

 

LEGO Dimensions – The Goonies Level Pack

If you haven’t seen the Goonies movie you are doing an incredible disservice to yourself. Stop what you are doing, stop reading this review, and go watch it. Then come back. Through various levels, the developers behind LEGO Dimensions have done an excellent job recreating the Goonies movie in LEGO form, allowing you to play as various Goonies and the main man Sloth, as you finish the adventure, collect red bricks, and explore every inch of the world.

 
 

LEGO Dimensions – LEGO City Fun Pack Review

LEGO City Undercover was an excellent release way back on the Wii U, and got its deserved rerelease on all platforms early this year. Not to lose out on that hype, Travelers Tales has officially launched the LEGO City Fun Pack for LEGO Dimensions, bringing Chase McCain and a cast of other characters over to the LEGO Dimensions universe. While this obviously isn't a 1-for-1 remake of the full fledged LEGO City Undercover title, it is a wonderful addition to the Dimensions world, and might ...

 

Fire Emblem Echoes Preview

Yesterday, thanks to the amazing Adam Roffel and Nintendo Canada, I received a review copy of Fire Emblem Echoes. Since I just started playing the gam, the review for this game is far from ready. That said, I plan to give you all a lot of Fire Emblem Echoes content! Today, I have a preview for you and tomorrow I’ll have the first of my review in-progress articles. What do I think of Fire Emblem Echoes so far? Read on…

 

Review of Iron Man Brick Headz Set from LEGO

It is not often I get a LEGO set in the mail and go, "I didn't know this existed!" but that was the case this week when I unboxed a wonderful review box sent over by The Lego Group. Aside from a few Star Wars sets and LEGO Creator sets, The LEGO Group's PR company also sent along two Marvel Brick Headz sets, Iron Man and Hulk. These a pretty solid sets with almost 100 pieces each. I put together the Iron Man figure last night and was incredibly impressed!

 
 

Biggest Minecraft LEGO Set to Date – The Mountain Cave: 2,863 Pieces

The LEGO Group, in partnership with Majong, is launching the largest Minecraft LEGO set to date on July 1st around the world (249.99 USD, 299.99 CAD). The set will consist of 2,863 pieces, and will include popular figures from the Minecraft universe, including characters Steve and Alex, plus a cave spider, wolf, baby wolf, slime, 2 small slimes, 2 bats, zombie, enderman, skeleton, sheep and a charged Creeper™.