As amazing as Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic epic The Last of Us is, one can't help but wonder "what would it look like in Lego?" Well ponder no more as animator Brian Anderson has delivered a delightful mock-up video of this very premise.
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow hasn't played a video game before. That much is clear.
Lego Marvel Superheroes has been held back from the UK all-format chart top spot by Call of Duty: Ghosts.
UPDATE: Warner Bros has confirmed to us that Lego Marvel Super Heroes will be out on 29th November in Europe for both Xbox One and PS4. Thus the Xbox One version is only missing the console's 22nd November launch by a week, and the delay is limited to Europe. In North America it will still be an Xbox One launch title.
ORIGINAL STORY: Lego Marvel Super Heroes on Xbox One isn't going to be ready in time for the console's 22nd November launch, publisher Warner Bros. has revealed.
MCV reported the delay, noting that the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, Vita and 3DS versions are still on track for release this Friday, 15th November. The PS4 version will be ready for that console's launch too, which is on Friday in North America and 29th November in Europe.
PC owners can now download a trial version of Lego Marvel Super Heroes from the company's official site.
Warner Bros. has announced LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, developed by long-standing LEGO game studio TT Games and out this autumn for 3DS, DS, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Vita and Wii U.
It's the first LEGO video game to feature Marvel characters, and ties in with the LEGO Marvel toy line, which will see a push in time for the release of film Iron Man 3 later this year.
The story of the game sees spy Nick Fury call on Marvel Heroes including Thor, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Deadpool, Wolverine and the Black Widow to save Earth from Loki and Galactus. Expect the LEGO series' trademark family-friendly platform/brawler/puzzle gameplay. There are over 100 characters to unlock