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LEGO PC Digital Games

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Maybe you could buy the games you want just to get them on sale. You can't play them all at the same time so you'd have time to eventually upgrade your PC or laptop. Do that when you can. Just food for thought. ☺️
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I always love getting LEGO games for my kids (...and myself *ahem*) to add to my Steam library. These are generally great games, and there are some good deals here!

Now if only the mid to low range desktop I built myself 7 years ago (or my 10 year old high end (at the time) laptop) could play the newer LEGO games as well as the older games play... building or buying a new computer that can play these games might significantly increase their cost for me.
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I always love getting LEGO games for my kids (...and myself *ahem*) to add to my Steam library. These are generally great games, and there are some good deals here!

Now if only the mid to low range desktop I built myself 7 years ago (or my 10 year old high end (at the time) laptop) could play the newer LEGO games as well as the older games play... building or buying a new computer that can play these games might significantly increase their cost for me.
Maybe you could buy the games you want just to get them on sale. You can't play them all at the same time so you'd have time to eventually upgrade your PC or laptop. Do that when you can. Just food for thought. ☺️
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Maybe you could buy the games you want just to get them on sale. You can't play them all at the same time so you'd have time to eventually upgrade your PC or laptop. Do that when you can. Just food for thought. ☺️
Oh, I did! I grab them every time they drop to a price I feel like paying. I just can't play marvel superheroes 2, and I don't have high hopes for Ninjago, either. But yes, I've been building my library so one day I can get a system able to play any of these games.
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Even the The Lego Videogame plays OK on an old CPU with a graphics card whose passmark is 2000-ish. I do believe that the newest ones (probably since Force Awakens) probably require something stronger. Fortunately I have a newer system too.

The only 3 on this list I want are the last 3 which are still too expensive for me. Why? Because I bought almost every other Lego game for $3.33 (3 for $10) to $5, so I'm not going to break the cycle and pay a lot more now. I'll just wait until the last 3 come down around $5. Unless they are special or magical Lego games, I don't see why they won't follow the same pattern. Fanatical (Bundlestars) has been pretty good about putting the Lego games on sale periodically, and there's always CDKeys.
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So this is DL to one PC and activate by code... or some server based like Steam?
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So this is DL to one PC and activate by code... or some server based like Steam?
These are activated on steam. Install it anywhere you want, but you can only play in one location at a time.
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I guess I'm in the minority, but every time I go into a LEGO game thinking it's going to be fun with my kid, we just end up getting bored looking for some obtuse lever, button or brick to advance to the next area. The combat is meh too.
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I always love getting LEGO games for my kids (...and myself *ahem*) to add to my Steam library. These are generally great games, and there are some good deals here!

Now if only the mid to low range desktop I built myself 7 years ago (or my 10 year old high end (at the time) laptop) could play the newer LEGO games as well as the older games play... building or buying a new computer that can play these games might significantly increase their cost for me.
I have a phenom II pc I built in 2011 as my HTPC and I bought a RX460 for $80 to go into it and it will play every LEGO game out there just fine. That RX460 really breathed new life into that old PC. My kid even plays Battlefront on it at medium settings.
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Good game
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Even the The Lego Videogame plays OK on an old CPU with a graphics card whose passmark is 2000-ish. I do believe that the newest ones (probably since Force Awakens) probably require something stronger. Fortunately I have a newer system too.

The only 3 on this list I want are the last 3 which are still too expensive for me. Why? Because I bought almost every other Lego game for $3.33 (3 for $10) to $5, so I'm not going to break the cycle and pay a lot more now. I'll just wait until the last 3 come down around $5. Unless they are special or magical Lego games, I don't see why they won't follow the same pattern. Fanatical (Bundlestars) has been pretty good about putting the Lego games on sale periodically, and there's always CDKeys.
Getting them at that price is not the challenge. The question is, have you played/finished all those Lego games?
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Thank you , i bought 2 games. Hope my girlfriend and I enjoy it together in local coop. I just hate how it takes forever to get the keys from newegg
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I guess I'm in the minority, but every time I go into a LEGO game thinking it's going to be fun with my kid, we just end up getting bored looking for some obtuse lever, button or brick to advance to the next area. The combat is meh too.
I'm not at all a serious gamer, so when I have those problems I either YouTube the level or Google a walkthrough to figure out where it is...

I agree that some games are more boring than others. I could never get into Pirates, Indiana Jones, Jurrasic Park, or Star Wars. I really enjoy the super hero themed ones though.
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The only 3 on this list I want are the last 3 which are still too expensive for me. Why? Because I bought almost every other Lego game for $3.33 (3 for $10) to $5, so I'm not going to break the cycle and pay a lot more now. I'll just wait until the last 3 come down around $5. Unless they are special or magical Lego games, I don't see why they won't follow the same pattern. Fanatical (Bundlestars) has been pretty good about putting the Lego games on sale periodically, and there's always CDKeys.
I'm in the same boat... I really want the deluxe version of Marvel 2, and this is a great price, but I know it will get better...
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