Top 10 Best LEGO Video Games

LEGO video games have been a blast for years, bringing iconic worlds and characters to life with blocky charm and quirky humor. Whether you're a Star Wars superfan, a Marvel maniac, or simply craving some lighthearted puzzle-solving, there's a LEGO game for you.
The Top Ten
1 Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga

While this was not my first Lego game (Lego Star Wars II: The Original Saga was), this is easily the best one for merging the first two games, then adding tons of cool bonus features. They also improved upon some of the worst levels in the first two games (like the Pod Race level, which turned from ridiculously difficult to one of the best ways to earn money in the game).

Plus, it's just so addictive. It's one of the only Wii games I have that I can play for hours at a time.

Amazing. You can be Darth Vader fighting Darth Vader. You can replay levels with the best characters. It re-creates the entire Star Wars in a humorous Lego form. The only thing missing is the seventh Star Wars movie.

2 Lego Marvel Super Heroes

Now, Complete Saga is great. It made the prequels enjoyable. But it's really two games. It feels like a cheat to me to rank it as the best when it's just a repurposing of two other (quite good) games. LEGO Batman is also great. Surprisingly, it represents Batman in many different forms very well. But some boss battles are too easy or too weird (and, thus, very hard. Harley is the one I have in mind). This is one of the best SUPERHERO games. It has a fun, large hub. Tons of very different characters. Some decent humor. Fun levels. It's a blast. Definitely the best LEGO game. Excelsior!

3 Lego Batman

This one is the only one that is a Batman game. It doesn't have a bad story like Lego Batman 2. The fact that the best villains all have little gangs is genius. The character design is the best in the series, and it's a Batman game, not a DC superheroes game, and the music is what makes it the best Lego a bit more than it already is.

One of the best, in my opinion. It was LEGO's first superhero game, and they nailed it. This game introduced many of the same abilities that are still used in LEGO games today such as gliding, super strength, grapple, freezing, and the targeting system used for batarangs.

4 Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures

My first video game as a child. I'll always cherish the memories tied into this game. I then watched the movies with my father, making the connections from the game to the movies, and I became a fan of Harrison Ford for playing one of my heroes. The puzzles are no longer hard because I'm not a dumb 7-year-old anymore. The storyline matches perfectly with the movies as well as capturing the lightheartedness of the jokes that most Lego games are known for. This game will always be one of my favorites of all time, even if it doesn't receive the recognition it deserves.

5 Lego Lord of the Rings

I've played and own almost all of the LEGO games, and this one by far takes the cake. I love the quests and map with the ability to warp to any location. It just makes it so much fun and convenient. The music is awesome. I just put it on and let it play while I'm doing stuff around the house.

Way better than Lego The Hobbit. Another reason I liked this one is that I suck at free roaming and exploring, so the map made everything easier. Number 6 is right where it belongs.

The most in-depth of the Lego games, filled with amazing imagery straight from Tolkien and incredible music played at just the right time, it's simply gorgeous.

6 Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

This is one of the first Lego games I ever got. This had better free roaming than Lego Batman 3 did. I like how you can free roam in Oa and other planets, but they just felt flat out boring. They just felt empty. You know how in this game the criminals throw explosions and other stuff in Gotham? Well, I expected when you were free roaming in Oa, there would be lanterns flying in the air and shooting other lanterns as if it was Star Wars. The only thing that Lego Batman 3 did right was the amount of characters it had and what they were able to do. For example, in this game, Lego Batman 2, Green Lantern was only able to fly and not shoot enemies. In Lego Batman 3, you could do that, and that is what this game was mostly missing. The characters. The other improvement was the story. It had a good story. Another thing was the Justice League being used more. I also liked unlocking characters in this game more than in Beyond Gotham. Overall, I liked both games, but I just prefer Lego Batman 2. I still like Lego Batman 3, but 2 is better for me. It is still worth getting both games though.

7 Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

The introduction of the Arcade battle mode made this one unique. It sticks true to the T.V. series and has way too many characters, which is a good thing. Beat it 100% and would do it again. The troop command, flashlights, and tower defense battles make this game great for its time.

VERY underrated. The LEGO Star Wars games have, in general, been really fun to play, and this is no exception. I've 100% this game twice (something I don't find myself doing with the latest releases), and I find myself coming back to the best LEGO game time and time again.

8 Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7

Best of both worlds. The fun, varied level design and unique mechanics of newer Lego games, as well as the charm of the old Lego games due to mumbles. Pleasing graphics as well. Overall, a great game.

Not better than its prequel, but it's an amazing game. It dwarfs all the Batmans and pummels City Undercover.

Harry Potter rocks. This game is pretty cool because it's different from other LEGO video games.

9 Lego Pirates of the Caribbean

This game just kicks some ass. I love the way you can play levels from the four movies. Love it so much. The cutscenes are hilarious. My favourite was Captain Jack. He was hilarious.

Cannot stop playing it. I loved it and still do, despite the fact that I've had 100% on it for ages.

The first LEGO game I played, will always remember it. Good old times...

10 Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues

I actually really like this one as it brought unique features to the table. I thought the levels themselves were just okay. Not the best Lego game but still a big piece of my childhood, and I thank the creators for the memories.

Open world hub, level builder, unique boss battles, and stages that weren't in the movies, etc. I got this years ago and I loved the creative direction they went in with this one.

Why no more level building in the newer Lego games? Best feature!

The Contenders
11 Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

Pretty much just as good as "Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga," depending on what platform you get it on. On Wii or PS2, it's great, but on DS, it's the buggiest and worst Lego game known to man.

12 Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

One of the best Star Wars games of all time. I played it the day it came out and was not disappointed. Wonderful free roam hubs.

Really really good game. The only reason it's so low is because it just came out recently.

An incredible game. Let's just see if The Skywalker Saga can surpass this and The Complete Saga.

13 Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4

One of my ever favorites. I wouldn't give it a No. 1, but I give it a No. 3 and it's absolutely wonderful. I've got 32% but am not complaining. That means I can play on and on.

Can just keep playing it and playing it all day. You don't get sick of just finding collectables in Hogwarts. Awesome game and is just the best.

I like it a lot because of the level creation.

14 Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

I loved it. A lot. My second favourite LEGO game after LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. I love the characters, and unlike some people, I'm a huge fan of the lantern planets. The story also was pretty good. Overall, great game, nothing too bad at all besides the load bugs.

I'm sorry, but this game was awful. After you beat all the levels, it got extremely boring, the planets were not interesting, and the storyline did not exactly help. Some things did not load as well. It was always just a chance that it would load.

This game has an epic story. I've got to say, it also gives underrated DC characters a chance to shine.

15 Lego City Undercover

This is like a Lego Grand Theft Auto except with less violence and just as fun as Grand Theft Auto V! Super awesome! Good graphics, fun side missions, and an excellent plot with the amazing, funny, and classic Lego humor. If you're a Lego video games fan looking for a great Lego game for your Wii U, this is a recommendation! This would even appeal to non-Lego fans. The 3DS adaptation is only 4 stars, while the Wii U version is a perfect 5!

As much as I love LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga and LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, this is my favourite. I loved the final level. The game was pretty fun, and I thought that LEGO came up with a pretty good storyline. It had lots of things to do after you beat all the levels as well.

16 Lego Jurassic World: The Video Game

Lego Batman may have been one of the first video games I have ever played, but this game is the greatest Lego game of all time! I got it on the Xbox 360 a couple of months ago, and it was one of the only games in history that I actually completed 100%. I love the free roaming and that you can create your own versions of the dinosaurs AND you can use them! I LOVE IT!

Based on classic scenes from all four films with great humour, you can also play as the dinosaurs too. Must-have for dinosaur and Lego fans everywhere, great for all ages.

17 Lego Star Wars: The Video Game

What about the pod racing? That one was the true Phantom Menace.

The only levels I hated in this game were the flying levels. Those were hard as balls.

This game is awesome! I think it was the first movie-titled Lego video game.

18 The Lego Movie Videogame
19 Lego Dimensions

The insanity of the franchise/character crossovers makes for a soup full of daft matches, fun levels, and tasty content. Got this for my kids, but ended up playing it more than them! They can't get references to material they haven't watched yet - Goonies, Gremlins, Knight Rider, A-team to mention a few, which is a shame. Still, their loss is my gain, huzzah!

It had everything! Batman (Kevin Conroy), Gandalf, Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Riddler, Wildstyle, Simpsons, Back to the Future, Doctor Who, Ghostbusters, Wizard of Oz, Jurassic World, and many more! This is the legendary crossover game! LEGO or not, it is one of the best games ever made!

20 Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

I hope to get to pick the hilt of the lightsaber and every blade color like black and white.

21 Lego The Hobbit

Definitely my favorite game. While I can see a game such as Lego Marvel above it, or other older games above it, games like Lord of the Rings, Batman 2, Lego City Undercover, and Harry Potter 5-7 are exceptional.

This is totally the best one. It is so nostalgic. After I got to 100%, I was like, "Aw man, I can't play this anymore." And all around me, I heard hobbit music, and eventually decided I had to go back. So now I'm playing it again.

I'd like to see it way higher. I have 52.3% but all the characters and DLC, and the levels are so enticing, great sound, and amen to the guy who said Kili is the best dwarf.

22 Lego Avengers

A newer video game based on the two Avengers movies, including mini-levels from some of the solo Marvel Cinematic Universe movies such as Captain America: The First Avenger, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This game introduces all-new fighting styles, abilities, and even smaller scaled hub worlds including South Africa, Washington D.C., Sokovia, Malibu, S.H.I.E.L.D base, Clint's farm, and more. This game was an interesting new take on Lego Marvel Superheroes, featuring the actual voice cast of all the main characters. I enjoy this game a lot more than Lego Dimensions, which was way too confusing.

23 Bionicle Heroes
24 Lego DC Super-Villains

Lego DC Super-Villains is the most diverse DC game. It has an improved roster and includes you making your own character and decide whether you want to be a hero or a villain.

Fun original story, great character creation, good levels, nice graphics, and open-world.

25 Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2

I like this one a lot because it is such a big game with a totally original story and has the most recent references. It even has DLC!

Although being a newer game, this definitely smashes any of the Batman games as the roster in this is massive. OK level design, and the character customizer is high and beyond. For cinematic and comic fans alike, this and its first game [Avengers sucked] are ones to pick up!

I own this and completed the story it bugs and contains soft locks but Allows customization.

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