I just saw Desolation of Smaug and I have to agree with an earlier point: That cliffhanger ending is a bad place to end a LEGO game. Even when you take all other LEGO cliffhanger endings, this is the biggest one. At least Obi-Wan defeated Anakin on Mustafar. At least Batman and Robin got all the villains in Arkham. At least there was a cheerful ending in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4. At least Jack defeated Blackbeard. At least the Justice League got Joker and Lex arrested. However, in Desolation of Smaug, the Dwarves didn't win anything. They only covered Smaug in molten gold, which he shook off and flew off to terrorize Lake-town, causing Bilbo to say, "what have we done?" then it cuts to the credits. The dragon completely won. That is not a good ending. We will have to wait til There and Back Again to see the dragon slain. Smaug does get slain at the end of the book, right? Apparently he does in his Lotr Wiki article.
I actually discovered that the newest LEGO catalog reveals the release of the game to be in march 2014!
Really? A game would be released four months after announcement? And released just one month after TT Games' previous installment (The LEGO Movie Videogame)? Can you show me that picture?
Make Two games is stupid. If LEGO diveded Harry Potter in Two parts was because it were 8 movies. And Star Wars in 2 games because if haved 6 movies. But, for 2 movies???? Is silly.
Brunito's wrote: Make Two games is stupid. If LEGO diveded Harry Potter in Two parts was because it were 8 movies. And Star Wars in 2 games because if haved 6 movies. But, for 2 movies???? Is silly.
I mean for three movies??
Yeah, there are a lot of LEGO games in trilogies. LEGO Star Wars I and II were trilogies. LEGO Indiana Jones 1 was a trilogy. Crystal Skull was split in three parts. There were three storylines in LEGO Batman 1, three storylines in LEGO Star Wars III, and LEGO Lord of the Rings did all three movies. And the games that had only one storyline had fifteen levels which can be evenly divided into 3 to get 5, which is the same number of levels that were in each storyline for LEGO Batman, LEGO Indiana Jones 2, and LEGO Pirates, and is the same number of Attack of the Clones levels in LEGO Star Wars 1. And the other storylines had 6 levels each. Two storylines is really new. And March is while The LEGO Movie is making money.
What do you think?