When it comes to the recent state of LEGO videogames, the past few months have been rather give and take. There’s been a lot of noise over the end of LEGO Dimensions, but loyal fans of the brand who’re also gamers were quite pleased with LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2.
It’s been close to two months since its release in November 2017, and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 just continues to go strong, with the help of its regular infusions of downloadable content (DLC) to further freshen up the base gameplay experience and introduce more characters from Marvel media, comic books or films.
If The LEGO Ninjago Movie from the year before hasn’t quite sated your appetite for more adventures of Lloyd Garmadon and friends, then you might want to consider planning a trip to LEGOLAND California. If 4D films are something you dig, then they’ve got a new LEGO Ninjago one coming.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 came out from Warner Bros. Interactive and Traveller’s Tales last month, and since then it’s been fun gameplay galore for gamers who have bought the title on any of the four major consoles.
We already know who shot first, so the only question is, how will the most wretched hive of scum and villainy fare in LEGO’s latest brick-built iteration? A few days ago, we reported on a certain rumor that has been making rounds over the Internet for quite some time already, and since we ran that article, we have to clarify some points that were raised about it. The Mos Eisley Cantina certainly ranks as one of the most iconic locations in Star Wars lore – so much so that LEGO has already released two versions of this fateful encounter between Han Solo and Greedo.