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Recent articles about Traveller's Tales
Game director James McLoughlin talks us through the evolution of the Lego games as the studio comes full circle with The Skywalker Saga
Warner to continue to publish games in 50 million-selling series
Studio also pitching to Peter Jackson for Hobbit tie-in
US-produced show to use the game's engine and assets
Jon Burton also reveals his plans to work on a "kids' TV show"
Jonathan Smith reveals how player feedback is crucial to the design process at TT Games
Earlier reports suggesting that forthcoming Traveller's Tales title Lego Indiana Jones would have four-player co-operative play were apparently incorrect, according to the original author of the preview following clarification from the game's producer.
The ever-rising popularity of videogames is propelling some figures in the UK games industry to sit alongside media tycoons and property magnates, according to the release of the latest edition of the Daily Telegraph's Made it By 40 list.
The forthcoming LEGO: Indiana Jones game from Traveller's Tales will apparently feature a four-player online co-operative mode, although puzzles for the multiplayer content have been designed to work with just two people if necessary.
Josh Berger, president and MD of Warner Bros UK, has told GamesIndustry.biz that new acquisition Traveller's Tales is already working on new titles, other than the recently detailed Lego Batman game.
The new franchise to follow Traveller's Tales successful Lego Star Wars games, which was hinted at over a year ago, and finally confirmed earlier this year, will be published on all platforms in Europe in 2008.
Traveller's Tales' managing director, Jon Burton, will reportedly earn 100 million pounds from the sale of his company
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is to acquire TT Games, the parent company of Lego Star Wars developer Traveller's Tales.
GameCity is offering attendees the chance to play an exclusive demo of Ubisoft and Free Radical Design's hotly anticipated PlayStation 3 shooter Haze this week.
UK developer Traveller's Tales, the studio behind the Lego Star Wars series, has announced the acquisition of Centroid Motion Capture Limited.
After the recent confirmation of a Lego Batman title, developer TT Games has revealed to GamesIndustry.biz that there are more Lego games to come from the UK team.
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