But Lego games far predate the first game of this style, 2005’s Lego Star Wars.
We now get a high-quality Lego-based video game at least every couple of years – and quite often more frequently than that.
And as much as I love the Lego games we have today, a 90th anniversary retrospective look back does make me think about how much I miss when Lego games were more wildly experimental.
But time marches on, and the connection between Lego and video games is morphing again.
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