Nintendo and LEGO had recently announced their latest project: LEGO Super Mario, a LEGO set that allows you create and run through your own Mario-themed levels using the LEGO Super Mario figure. Now both companies have brought more news in the form of four power-up packs. Each power-up pack contains […]

With everything getting canceled and all the toilet paper in the world vanishing, we are currently living in rather troubling times. We’re even at a point where we can’t even say that particular word because apparently it’s “too political” (even though this is something that is affecting just about everyone). […]

After an initial tease from Nintendo and LEGO regarding a collaboration using the Mario franchise, an official trailer has dropped revealing LEGO Super Mario. This project will seemingly provide more than just LEGO sets, as the trailer shows off Mario interacting with various other bricks through different faces and sounds. […]

This week we will see the launch of Trailmakers 1.0, a title developed by Flashbulb Games. It combines the freedom of sandbox play with the creative building of different vehicles. Whether you are looking to explore the deep blue sea or observe the alien planet from the sky, the builder […]

Warner Brothers and TT Games presented Culture of Gaming and other media outlets with an extended look at LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. This game could best be described as a reimagining of the LEGO Star Wars Universe, with plenty of new features, levels, and gameplay shown off, in just […]

Gameloft was kind enough to offer Culture of Gaming a preview of four games in the works at E3 2019. Gameloft, based in France, has been an innovator in the mobile games market. Having found their niche, Gameloft was excited to show us three mobile games, as well as a […]

The LEGO franchise, even before the first LEGO video games, were always about utilizing your imagination to create any world you would ever want to visit. Whether you wanted to be a hero, an explorer, or even just someone wanting to build a house out of the little bricks. From […]

When we used to run around the backyard playing superheroes as a kid, I was always one of the bad guys. Mostly, I was Lex Luthor or The Joker because I always found being a villain was much more fun and someone always had to be Superman or Batman. While they may have had superior strength and fighting skills, I had my gadgets and my brain.