Jon Burton, president of Traveler's Tales -- the studio behind the LEGO Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Batman games -- revealed this week that the developer is working on more LEGO-style games.
All I can ask is why? Fun diversions but why not make them PSN and XBL downloads? These are not disc absed games and a lot of companies need to realise this, not just Travelers. Too often I see games that are disc based and at full price when they should be downloads and 20 bucks at most. Monster MAdness would've been an instant buy if it was a downloadable game and 20 bucks. Now, not so much. Lego games, if they were downloadable I'd buy them and at 20 bucks. Sports games, downloadable with 6 month updates. I can go on but some games just are not big enough to be on disc anymore and although Indiana jones is selling incredibly well, I don't understand it.
Well they aren't the full 60 bucks. They have been 50$ consistently... Also have you played them? They are pretty full with tons of replay.The starwars games ended without any backtracking(There is a lot of backtracking) or seeing extra levels or anything at around 13 hours when playing Co-op with my GF... Not to say your wrong but I feel they are worthy games to be on discs. There is quite a bit too them and I enjoy them... Kinda an old school flare I miss. May not be your fortay but i would say rent them if you haven't played them for sure...
I, personally, love the Lego games. Lego X-Men? That'd be an awesome throw back to something like the classic X-Men game on the Genesis where it was just plain FUN to romp around as an X-Man.
Lego's Sex and the City edition?
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Yes! Lego X-men please! They are fun titles but I don't like them being $59.99.
They are 49.99 http://www.amazon.com/Lego-...
If they are working with Warner Bros. I would expect LEGO Harry Potter. LEGO already has an entire line of HP building sets. . .
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