A new trailer for the LEGO Ninjago Movie game dropped today, this time focusing on the combat and the characters. The full press release and a link to the video are below. What do you think about the new trailer? Have you preordered yet? Let us know in the comments!
We’ve all been waiting eagerly to get more news about Lego Marvel Superheroes 2, and during today’s Marvel Games panel at San Diego Comic Con, our wishes were granted. More details and pictures will be filling in as we get them (the panel was still going as we wrote this),
Attendees of Disney’s biennial D23 event were treated to a special reveal today during the Marvel Games panel: Homemade Suit Spider-Man will be a playable character in Lego Marvel Superheroes 2! From the gameplay video, Homemade Suit Spider-Man’s abilities seem to be the standard Spider-Man fare, with web swinging, double web
Lego Dimensions seems to have been skipped over for all the Prime Day fun earlier this week, and it seems like in the aftermath of that, vendors are still being stingy. Year 2 is especially neglected this week, where the only noteworthy deals we see are ~$10 off Mission Impossible
Toys R Us is running an odd 15% off promotion for Independence Day. While not all Lego Dimensions items have this gimmick listed, it looks like for most of the ones that don’t, there’s a base price drop by 15%. So you can essentially think of this as a 15%
Finally, we can say there’s some Year 2 deals this week! Gamestop has stepped up to provide across-the-board discounts on almost every category. Fun Packs for $5.99, Level Packs for $14.99, Story Packs for $24.99 (except, sadly, Lego Batman Story Packs), and Team Packs for $12.49. Those deals extend to
Finally, a big deal in Lego Dimensions! Toys R Us has 50% off almost everything. This deal applies to the base pricing of seemingly all packs except starters. Outside of that, Gamestop is also offering the Lego Batman Story Pack for $29.99, which is about as cheap as we’ve seen
Online deals for Lego Dimensions are less than impressive again for the third or fourth week in a row, failing to capitalize on the relevance and slight popularity boost that might be offered by the connection to Lego games discussion at E3 this week. It’s a bit sad to see.
We haven’t really seen any price movement since last week, so below is a lightly edited copy/paste of our suggestions from then. Thanks to Justin for highlighting the fact that the Midway Arcade pack is only $10 at the Microsoft Store. It’s another down week for deals, with hardly anything
Not a lot of action on deals again this week. Year 2 is pretty barren, especially. Story Packs are down to around $30 for Fantastic Beasts (Amazon/Walmart) and Ghostbusters (Amazon), but this is not best deals pricing. Gremlins is $17.99, but again, we’ve seen it cheaper in recent weeks. Update: Thanks
Vendors have stepped back on big deals this week; There’s no TRU gimmicks, no Cartwheel deals. While we’d recommend waiting for a future week with better deals to buy, there’s still an assorted handful of reduced prices for buyers who don’t want to wait. In Year 2, at Target, the
Lego Dimensions Wave 8 has released, and at long last, you can get your hands on Hermione and Lego City Fun Packs, or the Goonies Level Pack! Here’s the official press release: LEGO® Dimensions™ Adds Expansion Packs Based on Blockbuster Franchises The Goonies, Harry Potter, and LEGO City