The Lego movie is not expected to hit theatres until February 7, 2014 but already there’s buzz about The Lego Movie Videogame. We haven’t been privy to the actual game, but here’s a sneak peek at the game’s brand-new “brick-tastic” box art.
Today in gaming news, the multi-platform Lollipop Chainsaw is available on store shelves everywhere. For those who pre-ordered the rich-in-cheesecake, undead hack-and-slash, you will no doubt enjoy the inflatable chainsaw and special downloadable content featuring Ash from the Evil Dead movies.
Just a quick warning, this is not your kid-friendly third-person adventure. The heroine, Juliet Starling, is clad in a skimpy cheerleader’s outfit. Along with that obscenities, blood and strong sexual content give this digital affair an M17 rating.
Regardless of its T&A flash, gamers are sure to die laughing as they paint the halls of San Romero High with the blood of the undead.
Lots to talk about on this week’s show:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus - The latest Android smartphone, running Ice Cream Sandwich, is luring Apple fans away from the iPhone
Ultrabooks – Mini Saluja from Toshiba joins us to talk about this new class in laptops. Ultrabooks are powerful and ultraportable. We’re giving away a Toshiba Z830 Ultrabook, enter to win!
Video Games – Huge games like Call of Duty (earning 775 million dollars in 5 days) are rivaling movies
Customized Photo Gifts – Nikki Castonguay from London Drugs gives us the lowdown on customizable and inexpensive gift ideas
Looks like all that backlash from BlizzCon’s screening a clip of a Horde-tattoo-sporting metal head calling Alliance players homophobic slurs and telling them to go die has got the company’s attention.
Blizzard Entertainment President Mike Morhaime has issued an apology, admitting that it “was shortsighted and insensitive to use the video at all, even in censored form.”
See full apology after the jump.