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Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 conjures up iOS port

Just in time for Hogwarts summer break, Warner Bros. has released Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 on the iTunes App store. The new universal app for iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch will set eager Expelliarmus users back $4.99. In addition to the base game, the iOS port features a Dueling Club expansion...

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Exploring an open-world Gotham in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Lego bricks inspire creativity, but that sense of discovery and creation is all but lost in the video games from developer Travelers Tales. The experiences are largely linear affairs, with not much in the way of making your own fun. Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes has a different design philosophy....

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Lego Batman 2 welcomes some friendly faces, unfriendly voices

Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes has more heroes than usual -- going beyond the Bat-family into the wider DC Universe. You can see Superman looking totally oblivious alongside the appropriately gruff Dynamic Duo in the gallery below. Lego Batman 2 also has real human voices speaking the English...

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Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes gliding through Gotham in summer 2012

After being outed by Lego's own advertising team in a series of toys, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes is officially on its way to pretty much every gaming device out there, starting in summer 2012. Beyond the platform ubiquity, WB unveiled the game's main cast, which has Superman, Green Lantern, and...

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Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 has this release-date thing figured out

The magical art of Arithmancy can be a huge help to video-game marketing executives, charting the best days to hold a sale, raise prices, or release an entire game. Warner Bros., of course, has access to the best wizards of our age and it was able to calculate the most profitable day to...

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Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 aiming for all consoles this holiday

If you're as obsessed with the boy who lived as we are, this summer's final chapter in the Harry Potter film series is unlikely to sate your desire for British wizardry. Thankfully, Warner Bros. has announced that the next entry in the Lego Harry Potter series will arrive on pretty much anything...

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Lego Pirates trailer is all violent mermaids, slapstick

We get it: You're stuck in the cold sea all of the time, watching us bipeds strut around our streets, all dry and comfy in our best walking jeans. Of course you'd have contempt for us, but this is Lego Pirates of the Caribbean here, not Murdermaids: The Bloodening....

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Lego Pirates of the Caribbean coming to 3DS with exclusive StreetPass feature

You'll be able to guide a swaying pile of rum-soaked plastic bricks through supernatural high-seas adventure in 3D this May. Disney and WB revealed that Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game will be released on Nintendo 3DS in May, alongside versions for Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, PC, Mac, and...

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Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars shows off big battles

Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars looks to be the most ambitious entry in the block-based space opera series yet -- at least, from a combat standpoint. This latest trailer promises big ground battles and even bigger space battles....

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Lego Pirates of the Caribbean debut trailer

Back in November, Disney revealed Lego Pirates of the Caribbean, the latest adaptation from TT Games. Originally set to launch this May, the game's first trailer, posted by MTV Multiplayer and available for viewing at your leisure past the break, now pegs it for Summer 2011....

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