Most people have to go all the way to Los Angeles to try slices of upcoming games at E3. Some companies, though, have made demos of their games available to the general public so you don’t have to be one of the permitted few that are allowed to see games up close before they reach your living room. One of those companies is Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment who gave us a short, early look at their upcoming Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
In theatres this weekend, you can catch the CGI-heavy sequel to Clash of the Titans or perhaps check out a visually flashy and colourful children’s flick Mirror Mirror starring Lily Collins. Yeah neither sound all that appealing.
After the jump, there are a lot of unnecessary sequels out there, the apple pie gets its revenge, Kate Winslet hates the Titanic theme song, Terra Nova is dead, Tenacious D returns and some superheroes got a Lego makeover. Continue reading