History of the LEGO Video Games

The Nerdd

This week the new LEGO Star Wars game comes out, which includes all 9 core movies (sorry Solo and Rogue One). I’ve played plenty of these fun LEGO games, and I thought it would be cool to look back at all the games we’ve had so far, and why these games are so popular, with so many franchises under their brick.

Pre-Star Wars

The first Lego video game, Lego Fun to Build (1995) was on the Sega Pico, a kiddie console, which barely counts. The real first one was Lego Island (1997), which was a PC game, which led to a series of Lego games, a couple a year, almost exclusively on PC. There were a few Game Boy games (Lego Stunt Rally) or a PlayStation 1 or 2 (Lego Island 2, Lego Racers), and even the Bionicle’s series. However, none of them really…

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DDOCentral compiles all of the blogs, websites, and other online resources available for the MMORPG video game Dungeons and Dragons Online (DDO).

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