Nintendo DS is getting a new game put out by Lego. It is called Lego Ninjago, and I have exclusive screenshots of the game! You will find the press release at the bottom of this post, if you want more info.
I have to say that I find it weird that Lego would want to design video games, but this game sounds really cute. I love the fact that they include the elements; it could help kids with science. You can view the trailer at the bottom as well. It is slated for a March 31st. I personally think that sounds to be one of the better games coming out. Best of all, it is slated for regular DS release!
Now for the press release-
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games are unleashing an epic family friendly adventure with LEGO® Ninjago: The Videogame for Nintendo DS™, the follow-up title to the highly-successful LEGO® Battles videogame. Scheduled for release in Spring 2011, the game complements the line-up of LEGO Ninjago products to be released starting today and going throughout 2011.
Produced by critically acclaimed TT Games and developed by Hellbent Games, LEGO Ninjago: The Videogame allows players to become a master of Spinjitzu, an art form in which characters spin and become tornadoes to defeat their enemies, as they restore harmony to the world. Players can choose to play both “good” and “evil” single-player campaigns, test their skills in a variety of Battle Mode challenges, or play with family and friends in exciting multiplayer showdowns.
In LEGO Ninjago: The Videogame, gamers must recover powerful Ninja weapons and overcome challenges featuring dragons, larger-than-life battles and an exciting story line that includes cameos by fan favourites from LEGO Battles. Packed with action and fun, the game allows players to build and customize their own army of Spinjitzu heroes or Skulkin villains as they deploy armies on missions to defeat the enemy.
LEGO Ninjago: The Videogame features enhanced graphics and effects, four new multiplayer challenges, and two of the original multiplayer challenges from LEGO Battles, all of which offer kids and families hours of gameplay.
I cannot wait for it to come out this Spring! How many of you are with me on this?