So, it’s pretty safe to say that the Lego games are universally loved. It holds the magic of our favourite franchises like Star Wars or Harry Potter mixed with a healthy dose of the nostalgia that comes with playing with Lego. They’re just fun. Despite that, there are some titles that we, the gamers, want, but probably will never see. But hey, we can dream right? Here’s our top 5 Lego games we want but will never see. We even added our own press releases for each one (you’re welcome Warner Bros.).
5) Lego Mega Bloks
It’s the crossover we never thought would happen! Developer Traveller’s Tale is proud to announce The Lego Mega Bloks Videogame! Play the insanely difficult single player campaign or get some help in co-op as you traverse Legoland as M. Blok, a Mega Blok character trying to fix his crashed helicopter with Lego pieces that won’t quite fit. It will be frustrating for the whole family!
4) Lego Battle Royale
The movie that was so violent that it took over a decade to bring to America, is now in Lego! Warner Bros. and Traveller’s Tale are excited to say Lego Battle Royale will be available across all platforms in 2015! Based on the 2000 movie and the 1999 novel of the same name, gamers are dropped in an island with randomly generated weapons, but only one can survive. Build and bust your way to victory in the ultimate competition!
3) Lego Hellraiser
Remember that awesome horror movie where a demon with needles in his face tortured people? Well, Traveller’s Tale is excited to announce Lego Hell Raiser is the latest in the critically acclaimed Lego videogame series. Join Pinhead and the gang as they inflict the ultimate form of pleasure on your friends and family in Lego Hell Raiser! With a single player campaign or co-op, the whole family can enjoy the next classic Lego game.
2) Lego Console Wars
Which console is the best? There’s only one way to find out! Developer Traveller’s Tale and Warner Bros. have announced an exclusive Lego game for each of the big three consoles so everyone can argue about which one is better! Can you spot the differences? Or will it cause an argument? There’s only one way to find out. Join the battle. Three games, small differences, massive flame wars--Lego Console War.
Made by the same minds that brought you Lego Pirates of the Caribbean and Lego Indiana Jones, Lego 50 Shades of Grey puts gamers in the shoes of Anastasia Steen, a 21-year-old College Student who develops a relationship with the insanely successful Christian Grey. It’s like playing through the actual story with Lego!
What are some Lego Games you guys wish existed? Let us know in the comments section!