Ranking the LEGO Games *Updated*

Hey folks. I have started writing for The Xbox Enthusiast and decided to share my Ranking LEGO article on the site. In hindsight, I did make a few updates to my original order. If you’d like to see where I currently rank all 20 LEGO Games you can check it out there:

Part 1 – #10 thru #6

Part 2 – #5 thru #1

So, what is your favorite LEGO title from TT Games? Let us know in the comments.


Ranking the LEGO Games

Ranking LEGO GamesIn 2003 LEGO Interactive partnered with veteran British developer Traveller’s Tales to create the first title, in what would become a series of video games based on licenses that The LEGO Group had. The first project, LEGO Star Wars, was a no brainer. Almost 15 years later, the partnership between LEGO Interactive and Traveller’s Tales, now TT Games, has produced a total of 23 video games with number 24 due out in just a few weeks. The only sensible thing to do at this point is rank those games and find out what the best LEGO Game is.
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How the Nintendo Switch Won Me Back


Earlier this year I wrote a very divisive article about why I decided to sell my Nintendo Switch. You can read that article here: 4 Reasons Why I Sold My Switch. The truth is, most of the concerns that drove me away 4 months ago are still there. However, I find myself drawn more and the more to the Switch. So much so that I felt I needed to rebuttal myself. If you are just tuning in, this is something I do frequently. With that said, I’d like to share how the Nintendo has brought me back on-board for the Switch.

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4 Reasons I Sold My Nintendo Switch

I was on board with the Nintendo Switch starting with the reveal in late 2016. As a portable gamer first, how could I not be ecstatic for the first home and portable hybrid console? Leading up to the release of the system, it felt like Nintendo had nailed just about everything. The price was good, the Launch lineup was strong (with Breath of the Wild, Shovel Knight, and Snipperclips), and most important, the design was great. It was honestly the first time I was looking forward to a Nintendo launch since the GameCube. Now, 3 months in, the dust has settled, and my Switch is on the way to Pennsylvania to meets its new owner. What changed? How does a person go from an 11 on the excitement scale to not even registering? I decided to break it down into a list, so here are the 4 reasons why I sold my Switch.  

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Nintendo Switch Predictions

Unless you are living under a rock you are aware that Nintendo will be hosting an event on January 13th in Japan to share all things Nintendo Switch. Nintendo revealed the brand new Home/Portable Hybrid console via a video back in October.

Nintendo has said very little about the Switch since the reveal in October citing that they will share all of the details at the January Event. We are now just a few days away from finding out all that Switch has to offer so I thought I’d run down my final predictions for Switch here.

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E3 2016: What Was Missing from Microsoft’s Press Conference

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E3 always starts each year with press conferences by a handful of the biggest publishers. It allows developers and publishers to showcase their latest and greatest video games for the near future. During E3 2016, Microsoft opened their Press Conference with an impressive demo of Gears of War 4, and then closed with the announcement of Project Scorpio. In between were new features, release dates, and, as always, amazing games. Even though I feel that Microsoft had a very strong show, there were still a few things missing from the conference this year.

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