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Lego PC games - Steam sale, many up to 75% off
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Lego PC games - Steam sale, many up to 75% off

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Posted 9th Nov

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The Steam sale on Lego games is back! If you want a quick look at what’s on offer I’ve made a deal photo showing all available games.

Many games are at historical lows for the Steam store. Unfortunately, this time there's also a few missing. Please note that although key resellers may be cheaper for some games, this saves any worry/hassle, since it's direct from Steam.

I've posted this deal before, and so have italicised any new additions and historical lows compared to what was there last time:

Includes:
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 75% off, £6.24
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Season Pass, 50% off, £3.99
Lego Batman, 75% off, £3.74
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, 75% off, £3.74
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, 75% off, £4.99
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass, £4.49, 50% off
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Premium Edition (game + season pass), £7.49, 75% off
Lego Batman Trilogy (all 3 games), 75% off, £7.49
Lego DC Super-Villains, 60% off, £13.99
Lego Marvel Super Heroes, 75% off, £3.74
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, 60% off, £9.99
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 - Season Pass, 50% off, £5.99
Lego Marvel's Avengers, 75% off, £6.24
Lego Marvel's Avengers - Season Pass, 50% off, £3.99
Lego Marvel Collection (all 3 games + season passes - cheaper too buy individually), 69% off, £34.50
Lego The Incredibles, 60% off, £13.99
Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4, 75% off, £2.49
Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7, 75% off, £3.74
Lego Jurassic World, 75% off, £3.99
The Lego Movie - Videogame, 75% off, £3.74
The Lego Movie 2 - Videogame, 75% off, £6.24
The Lego Ninjago Movie Videogame, 66% off, £8.49
Lego City Undercover, 75% off, £6.24
Lego Worlds, 50% off, £12.49
The Lego Movie 2 - Videogame & Lego Worlds Bundle (same price as individual), 63% off, £18.73

Sadly no Lego Lord of the Rings or Lego The Hobbit any more as they've been pulled from the Steam store.

Also Lego Star Wars - The Complete Saga, Lego Star Wars III - The Clone Wars, Lego Pirates of the Caribbean, Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures and Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues are mysteriously full price this time around.
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Worth noting CDKeys has a lot of them for slightly cheaper.
FRZ09/11/2019 15:49

Worth noting CDKeys has a lot of them for slightly cheaper.


Definitely. I’m always worried about grey market resellers though for some reason haha
sammy_zammy09/11/2019 15:52

Definitely. I’m always worried about grey market resellers though for some …Definitely. I’m always worried about grey market resellers though for some reason haha


Plus you can use Steam credit on these. Heat
There are quite a few to cost from. Any opinions on which ones are worth getting? I've only been through, Lego marvel heroes and batman 3.
juxtapozed09/11/2019 18:25

There are quite a few to cost from. Any opinions on which ones are worth …There are quite a few to cost from. Any opinions on which ones are worth getting? I've only been through, Lego marvel heroes and batman 3.


They are all similar gameplay-wise, although each one has its own little quirks. Each one tends to add a few features to the last, but that doesn't mean newer ones are better. Some are better than others, but none are bad. But I think what will determine on what's recommended is what you enjoy already.

If you love Harry Potter then you'll love reliving the Harry Potter games in Lego form. If you love Marvel then it's Marvel. If you love the Jurassic Parks then that one's right up your street. You get the idea - get whichever franchise you love or have a particular nostalgia towards.

Personally, my favourite's Lego Indiana Jones purely based on nostalgia - it was my first Lego game and is really fun. But it's not on sale here (but has been in the past so likely will be again) - out of the ones on sale, I'd go with Jurassic World or the Harry Potters.

I mean at a few quid where can you go wrong really. They're all good fun

Hope that helps! Let me know if you decide to get anything as I'd love to see! It's always worth checking CD Keys etc. as well and of course consoles, especially for the newer ones depending on your PC performance at newer games
Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 9th Nov
sammy_zammy09/11/2019 18:59

They are all similar gameplay-wise, although each one has its own little …They are all similar gameplay-wise, although each one has its own little quirks. Each one tends to add a few features to the last, but that doesn't mean newer ones are better. Some are better than others, but none are bad. But I think what will determine on what's recommended is what you enjoy already.If you love Harry Potter then you'll love reliving the Harry Potter games in Lego form. If you love Marvel then it's Marvel. If you love the Jurassic Parks then that one's right up your street. You get the idea - get whichever franchise you love or have a particular nostalgia towards.Personally, my favourite's Lego Indiana Jones purely based on nostalgia - it was my first Lego game and is really fun. But it's not on sale here (but has been in the past so likely will be again) - out of the ones on sale, I'd go with Jurassic World or the Harry Potters.I mean at a few quid where can you go wrong really. They're all good fun Hope that helps! Let me know if you decide to get anything as I'd love to see! It's always worth checking CD Keys etc. as well and of course consoles, especially for the newer ones depending on your PC performance at newer games


Thanks for the response, that's super helpful. It seems like we've already played the best of the Marvel Lego and batman games. I might give stars wars complete saga a go, seems to be highly reviewed (and probably worth buying from somewhere else than Steam s mentioned).
juxtapozed09/11/2019 19:11

Thanks for the response, that's super helpful. It seems like we've already …Thanks for the response, that's super helpful. It seems like we've already played the best of the Marvel Lego and batman games. I might give stars wars complete saga a go, seems to be highly reviewed (and probably worth buying from somewhere else than Steam s mentioned).


The game that started it all! Well, a combo of both games that did. Good choice! Like Indy it's not on offer on Steam but has been in the past so yeah, definitely worth looking elsewhere. Pre-owned on a console is also worth a shout too - I got it for Wii from CEX for a few quid a few months ago.
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