I'd rather wait another year or two instead of paying like $50 each on a game just to get another part.
And I enjoyed playing through Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. They didn't need to redo the trilogy, especially since they split Crystal Skull into three parts and the original game's adaptation of the movies were better than the sequel's. In my opinion, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was the best adaptation in the game. It might not be perfect as there are differences from the movie, but the first game didn't have an adaptation to compare it to. However, Crystal Skull is separate from the original trilogy. There was a nineteen year difference between the two, Indy is an old man, and it has a lot of negative reviews. However, There and Back Again will be released a year after Desolation of Smaug. And it is all part of the same book. And with two movies, how many levels would there be in each movie? Crystal Skull deserved it's own game than There and Back Again. And Sparrow said something about a cliffhanger. How often has a LEGO game ended in a cliffhanger? LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game had a To Be Continued after a bonus level, but what about the other games? Or maybe the Darth Vader transformation of Revenge of the Sith can be considered a cliffhanger. But let's look at the other games? LEGO Star Wars II had that Ewok celebration. LEGO Indiana Jones had Indy, Sallah, and Brody riding to the sunset while Henry carried his horse. Yep, no foreshadowing Crystal Skull there. LEGO Batman, after all the bad guys are locked-up in Arkham, Batman and Robin see the Bat-signal and spring into action, and the last bit of info on the Batcomputer said "The end...?" Well, crime never stops in Gotham and you can replay the levels. LEGO Indiana Jones 2, the flying saucer flies into the "space between spaces" and Indy's hat fell onto Mutt's head. And they all chuckled. No cliffhanger there. LEGO Harry Potter, Lord Voldemort returned, but the story continued after Harry fought him and escaped and there was still the ending with the Durmstrang and Bauxbatons students leaving and everyone waving goodbye. No cliffhanger there. LEGO Star Wars III, the Zillo Beast was carried away. No cliffhanger. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, after Jack left Angelica on an island. She later finds Jack's hat in the water and prepared to throw coconuts at it. What threat can Angelica pose? I don't know. All I know is she wants revenge. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7, Harry and friends are grown up and sending their kids to school. LEGO Batman 2, Brainiac finds Earth, an obvious cliffhanger. However, this scene can explain why Brainiac was in Central Park. But can't you still find him before beating the game? LEGO Lord of the Rings, Aragorn was crowned king andFrodo was sent off on a ship. LEGO City Undercover, Chase lets Officer Dunby arrest Rex Fury and the screen closed out on a Sentinel. LEGO Marvel, the villains were given a head start as Hulk was counting. How did Desolation of Smaug end again? I haven't seen it yet but as I put out so many spoilers, I think it is time I get spoiled to Desolation of Smaug.
Clonetrooperfan2207 wrote: So you're saying you want the Desolation of Smaug spoiled?
Does it count as spoilers if the book is at least 70 years old? :P
I don't usually care about spoilers. So even if I am going to see it this weekend, I wouldn't care if someone talks about the ending. Unless it would be an ending as bad as Doc Ock defeating Spider-Man in Superior #9.
Well, it ended with Bilbo, Ori, Nori, Dori, Balin, Dwalin, and Thorin seeing Smaug fly off to Lake-town, where he would eventually destroy it. So it was a BIG cliffhanger.
Ok, I think we have are answer. And p.s. IT SHOWS TARUIL AND OTHER FRICKEN STUFF!!!!!!
The LEGO Movie video game is coming out February 1, and the movie is coming out February 7, so that could tell us something.
Clonetrooperfan2207 wrote: The LEGO Movie video game is coming out February 1, and the movie is coming out February 7, so that could tell us something.
Since that game comes out that early, why would they release the next game only a few month later? It actually shows that the Hobbit game can't come out in spring, since LEGO usually only releases their games with about half a year break between each (if you don't count the 3DS/Wii exclusives).
Yeah, we really shouldn't trust these rumors about There and Back Again to not be in the game until there is proof. It is looking very unlikely that it wouldn't be in the game. The only case where a movie was separated from its trilogy is Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and that was separated by nineteen years. The LEGO Movie is coming out in February, which means LEGO Hobbit would be released a couple months after the last game. And LEGO Hobbit had just been announced a couple weeks ago. Or was it last week? Well, if it is going to be released in Spring, it would mean it has 3-5 months of development time. They would be rushing it and it would be more glitchy than Sonic 06. Look at the amount of time LEGO Marvel was announced. It was announced around January and released in October: 9 months. And LEGO Harry Potter was announced before Deathly Hallows Part 2 was shown in theatres but was released at the same time as the film was released on DVD. November would be a lot reasonable date. I don't know how this rumor of it being Spring 2014, but that cannot be right because of severe time constraints. That would be more likely the release date of Super Smash Bros. 4, which was announced last summer at E3 than LEGO Hobbit. And it would be stupid to separate There and Back Again to rush the first game. Who would buy a really glitchy unfinished game without the movie they're excited for? A Spring release date would rush the game.
What do you think?