Ranking the LEGO Games


LEGO Dimensions was TT Games attempt at joining the “Toys-To-Life” genre. The standard set includes Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle and tells a brand new story which mixes all of their respective LEGO worlds together. Using the included portal, players can buy various character and level add ons to join new characters and visit new locations. The potential of a game like LEGO Dimensions is really endless.

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Why #3? I am well aware of WB Interactive canceling LEGO Dimensions. However, even with no additional content ever coming to the platform, it still finds it was at #3 because there is so much for players to enjoy. From Back to the Future to Portal to Mission Impossible to Teen Titans GO, there is something here for every LEGO fan. Furthermore, not only are you getting to enjoy this interactive video game, but you also get physical LEGOs of each set you purchase. This game was played a ton at our house, an instant favorite with all the kids. As a LEGO fan, this is a dream game. It tells an awesome original story that includes some of my favorite characters of all time. The forced use of the portal to switch characters is a hassle at times, but the experience is worth it.


  • Fun and Cool Original Story
  • So Much Content


  • Forced use of portal
  • It has been discontinued

4 thoughts on “Ranking the LEGO Games

    1. I do remember, yes. There were actually 2 Indy games. They were mostly week in my opinion, but TT has really grown since the release. I’d love to see them revisit the property, maybe Young Indy Adventures.


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