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Lego Vidya Legoman 02/08/2020 (Sat) 10:22:20 No. 267
How many have you played, if any? Generally speaking I'm quite sour with TT after the unfinished mess that was the Hobbit game. Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't they have a day-one DLC for that one? What sad times we must be living in where even Lego is not safe from the ravages of the modern video game market.
Anyway, holy shit do I wish they would do my ideas for Lego games, which they have done a bit of in LotR and Clone Wars. I also want to see Legos torture and murder each other, and I DO NOT want them speaking anything comprehensible. I want to crucify Lego dissidents for the glory of my Lego empire. I want to massacre entire cultures that happened to be in my way. Kids would eat that shit up because kids like edge, and parents generally don't give a fuck anymore what their children play. How would an E/E10+ FPS fair, do you think? Lego Sims-clone?
Played a handful of the DS games and I'm currently on the LOTR DS game. Its good but its very different to the early Lego games - all of the early games had the exact same formula.
> I DO NOT want them speaking anything comprehensible
Can't say I'm a fan either of them making minifigures speak
> I also want to see Legos torture and murder each other
>I want to crucify Lego dissidents for the glory of my Lego empire. I want to massacre entire cultures that happened to be in my way
Sort of like Brikwars, but as a videogame?
Sorry about spoilering your file, but its making my head spin
I played 2 of the Bionicle games Bionicle Heroes and Bionicle: The Game. Lego Island 1 and 2. Lego Universe. The Lego Movie Videogame I also wanted to try Lego Worlds but never got to it. And that's about it.
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LEGO Island 1 was cute but as a kid it pissed me off. LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed is a pay-to-win app game but it features plenty of minifigs murdering each other and is actually sort of entertaining with a half-decent plot. LEGO Tower is a build-and-wait app game, not really fun but a time waster.
Am I the only one who prefers Lego Racers 2 over 1?
>>388 Some of the older TT games are worth a try. >>391 Might give the app games a go. I enjoyed Tiny Tower years ago and Lego Tower seems like the best of both worlds.
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>>267 I'd like to believe that I've played all of them up to 2011 (I've missed some long gone flash games), most of the TT games are mediocre aside from three standout titles, namely Lego Star Wars: The Video Game, Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4 and Lego City Undercover. Lego Star Wars: The Video Game perfected the TT formula and Lego Harry Potter was enjoyable with its novel character gimmicks and well polished levels. Lego City Undercover tried something VERY new by being lego GTA. Unfortunately it has voice acting on all the characters, but is enjoyable nonetheless. The closest thing to violence and murder in a Lego game would be Lego Battles and its Ninjago themed sequel, Lego Battles: Ninjago. No gore, just minifig's arms and legs flying off if memory serves. A serviceable if simple RTS. My Favorite always has and always will be MNOG.
>>581 >I'd like to believe that I've played all of them up to 2011 Impressive. What flash games are you missing? I have loads downloaded and would share them here if you want. >Lego Star Wars: The Video Game perfected the TT formula I replayed the complete saga not so long ago and I was shocked at how badly it had held up. It wasn't as fun or as good looking as I remembered, while other videogames of the time had aged nicely. It's very barebones, along with the other copied and pasted TT games like Indiana Jones and Batman. Indiana Jones 2 and Harry Potter pushed it further forward in that they added new features, but I haven't completed them yet. They are really enjoyable so far. LOTR is almost like a completely different formula and I don't know what to make of it. Some new features are nice, but others feel like they were added just to bloat the game a bit. Battles is surprisingly fun and addictive. I didn't enjoy the very similar Warcraft: Orcs & Humans but the more streamlined Battles allows for quick and fast-paced levels. I'll have to remember to come back to this and decompile the .nds file so I can get that sweet concept art unlockables out of it. http://the-eye.eu/public/rom/ is a good place to find older games. Just select which system you want and ctrl+f lego.
>>582 I'm missing the majority of non Bionicle flash games, like Exo-Force, Lego City and Creator. If you have any of the Mars Mission games, they would be greatly appreciated. >I replayed the complete saga not so long ago and I was shocked at how badly it had held up. Playing the complete saga was the problem here. It opens with some of the worst levels on offer and one of the worst hubs (in my opinion). Do yourself a favor and play through the video game, rather than the complete saga. It's far more entertaining.

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