Lego Tron

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User Info: Bloodewraith

8 years ago#1
Defiantly needs to be the next Lego game.

User Info: anonamoses

8 years ago#2
totaly. nuff said
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User Info: datonz

8 years ago#3
Lego Simpsons
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User Info: furmuma

8 years ago#4
^ Never thought of that. Lego Simpsons would be badass.
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User Info: BroncoFan85

8 years ago#5
Lego Tron would be awesome, but the other games had 3 movies to work with each, as opposed to only one Tron.

User Info: BitterMan23

8 years ago#6
3 movies, eh?

Lego Evil Dead
Lego Scream
Lego Godfather
Lego Candyman
Lego Matrix (actually...)
Lego I Know What You Did Last Summer
Lego Oceans 11
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User Info: JEDIJT76

8 years ago#7
Lego Back to the future trilogy!!

User Info: TheRedStar

8 years ago#8
LEGO Spiderman
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User Info: NeoBahamut_Zero

8 years ago#9
YES! I was just thinking last night there should be a new Back to the Future game, and a Lego game would be perfect!
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User Info: BitterMan23

8 years ago#10
lego star trek might be cool too... wealth of material to go from (even more than star wars).

but really, i just want a new one. i'm not a big fan of indiana jones or star wars, still love the games. unless it was like, lego jonas brothers or something, i'm sure i'd enjoy whatever property they used.
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