ByDwayne Takeall, writer at
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TT Games is a studio that has done amazing games that revolve around the Lego universe. One of the most popular video games ever is Lego Star Wars, a very humorous game universe with all of your most beloved characters reimagined as Lego figures.

Many big-name properties have been converted into the , from Batman to Marvel superheroes to Harry Potter, and I'm sure it won't stop there, with plenty of movies, TV series and anime that could easily be converted into entertaining video games comprised of plastic interlocking bricks. Here's just a taste of worlds that would make magnificent Lego games.

5. Lego Avatar: The Last Airbender

Image: Nickelodeon
Image: Nickelodeon

The adventures Katara and Sokka have with Aang, meeting amazing characters like King Bumi and Toph, riding Appa the flying bison, fighting against the Fire Nation — Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the best animated shows ever. But imagine going on those adventures yourself. Playing as Aang and learning to control the four elements, metal bending, sand bending, air bending. There are just so many adventures, superpowers, characters, locations you can visit that would make this an amazing Lego game series.

4. Lego Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Let's face it, these mutant reptiles are already fun and have pretty crazy adventures in other video games — but what about in a Lego video game? Think about the characters that could be playable, not just the , but Master Splinter, Krang, the Foot Clan, Shredder to name a few. The adventures, the plot, the humor on top of the already funny mutant leads; you can't deny that this would make for a Lego game filled with comedy gold.

3. Lego Godzilla

has been around for decades and so is no stranger to massive battles on screen and in video games. But what about in a Lego game? It would be a strange transition, but who wouldn't like to see this giant Japanese terror in other forms of entertainment? It would be great to play as the king of monsters or one of his buddies Anguirus, Rodan, Mothra, Gigan, Biollante, Destroyah — yep, it's a pretty extensive list of big uglies.

2. Lego Disney Pixar

Instead of one specific movie, why not all of them?! I'm not talking about just the recent ones (I'm looking at you, Frozen), but the classics like The Lion King, Peter Pan, The Little Mermaid, The Incredibles, Mickey and co., etc. This would make for magnificent story retelling, childlike humor, and all the nostalgia-inducing feels. Disney games are fun, but Lego Disney? That's a whole new world.

1. Lego Dragonball

It was bound to happen, it really was. I am a huge fan of the Dragon Ball universe like you would not believe. would make such a magnificent Lego game to play, from the comedy, the characters, the free roam, and the various stories to play out. The best way to attack this is to go back to the roots, which means we're not going by Dragon Ball Z, but Dragon Ball. It'd be ace to play as Kid meeting Bulma and going on a journey to meet Master Roshi for the first time. Perhaps a sequel Lego game would encompass Dragon Ball Z! I know a lot of enthusiasts are bound to find something funny in this.

In the meantime, check out the trailer for the latest game release in the franchise, Dragon Ball Fusions, released on Nintendo 3DS in November.

Is there a universe you would like to see become a Lego game?


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