LEGO The Lord of the Rings Summary
The games of LEGO The Hobbit and LEGO Lord of the Rings delisted from Steam, and it's possible the Ghostbusters games may be going too.
TT Games is putting their LEGO set together this time for The Hobbit, which some promotional artwork had already trot out of the Shire. Now its official as Warner Brothers decrees it so with a Spring 2014 release.
It comes out for practically every platform there is with Peter Jackson's movie adaptation of Middle-earth given life in plastic form once again. Feel better? Good.
Promotional artwork on the back of LEGO instruction booklets reveal that LEGO The Hobbit will be "coming out" next year in video game form. Bilbo, Thorin and Gandalf figures are shown in the booklets.
The third and last Hobbit film is due for release December 17th, 2014. It's likely that LEGO The Hobbit will launch around the same time to maximise wallet gouging as fans want their precious.
Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has just enjoyed its fifth consecutive week leading the UK all format chart, matching LEGO Batman 2 for number of weeks at the top spot in 2012.
Hitman: Absolution makes a surprising climb to second, while FIFA 13 keeps dribbling third for its sixth consecutive week. Halo 4, Need for Speed and LEGO LOTRO keep their posts.
It seems that Activision and Electronic Arts aren't the only publishers dealing with a LEGO The Lord of the Rings has shipped with a demo disc., as some copies of the Xbox 360 version of