The 7 Best PlayStation 4 LEGO Games of 2019

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If you’re a LEGO fan, there’s no better interest to have than gaming. Over the last several years, LEGO has been developing games for the PlayStation 4 that put you squarely into its world. And it’s made those experiences even better by creating themes for those titles that center on popular films, like the Avengers franchise or Pixar’s The Incredibles. Along the way, it’s created a truly appealing LEGO gaming experience. But like anything else in the gaming world, there are some LEGO games for the PlayStation 4 you’ll undoubtedly love and others you might wish you never picked up. So read on for our look at the best PlayStation 4 LEGO games available now. Any of these titles will be sure to keep you entertained for hours.

Our Top Picks

LEGO Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles

LEGO Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles

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In LEGO Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles, you’ll need to work with others inside the game to create massive LEGO structures. In order to do that, however, you’ll need to use the power of the Parr family of The Incredibles fame to get the job done.

You can play the game in single-player or multiplayer modes and in addition to building your giant structures, you can compete in side missions to defect the Super Villains that control city districts.

LEGO Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles is played inside an open-world environment, so you can move around the city and explore how you see fit.

LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2

It’s a battle between Superheroes and Super Villains in LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2.

The game puts you in the role of your favorite superheroes or supervillains as they battle each other with only LEGO creations to help them win the fight. You can play as the Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man, Thor, Hulk and dozens of other characters are you fight the battle inside the game.

Better yet, there’s a learning aspect to the title that lets you travel to different areas of the world in different time periods. If you’ve ever wanted to see Ancient Egypt or experience New York City in 2099, this game is for you.

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

If it’s superhero experiences you’re after, the LEGO Marvel’s Avengers game on the PlayStation 4 is an outstanding place to start.

The game features a roster of more than 100 characters from the Avengers franchise, including Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America and Thor. You can also play as all the characters from the popular Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.

The game features an open-world environment so you can explore its vast land and your goal is to team up with your fellow Avengers to fight battles and save the world. You can even play inside different moments from the Avengers films to see how you would have fared in some of the characters’ toughest battles.

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

Batman fans have little choice but to play the outstanding LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.

The game allows you to play for the first time ever with Batman and his allies in a LEGO environment in outer space and variety Lantern Worlds. The game features more than 150 characters you can unlock and play, including members of the Justice League. With help from the Bat Computer, you can access a variety of missions that are outside the main storyline.

Ultimately, your goal is to engage your enemies in the different Lantern Worlds to collect Lantern Rings and stop Brainiac from destroying the world you know.

Best of all, since it’s a bit older of a game, you can find it on store shelves for a much cheaper price than standard-priced games.

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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Deluxe Edition

The Star Wars franchise has long been one of the most popular sci-fi experiences for gamers. And that, combined with LEGO, makes the LEGO Star Wars: Force Awakens Deluxe Edition a must-have.

The game puts you inside the same storyline from the film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. All of the same storylines from the films are here, though they’ve been adapted into a comedic experience with help from LEGO’s writers. The game also features playable content from other Star Wars films, including Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

As you play through the game, you’ll be able to play as a variety of characters, including Han Solo, Rey and Chewbacca. You can also experience the many worlds the film takes you through and ride along in the vehicles you see in the movie.

If it’s building a Star Wars-inspired world you’re after, the game features a “mutli-builds” system that lets you build to solve puzzles or create whatever you’d like.

LEGO The Hobbit

LEGO The Hobbit has one goal in mind for you: To help you explore Middle-Earth and see some of the most interesting and enthralling locations from the film.

In the game, you’ll play as a variety of your favorite characters from The Hobbit franchise, including Bilbo, Gandalf, and the many dwarves, including Thorin, Oin, and Nori among others.

When you’re actually playing as those characters, your job is to engage in a variety of treasure quests so you can mine for gems and seek out loot from enemies. You can also create LEGO structures with the items you drum up around the world. And just in case you want to create new items, simply visit the game’s Blacksmith Shop and use Middle-earth’s most important metal, Mithril, to get the job done.

According to The LEGO Company, its LEGO The Hobbit game includes a variety of riddles that you’ll need to solve as you play. And if everything goes well and you complete your mission, you’ll find yourself in full control of the power of The One Ring.

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LEGO Worlds

LEGO Worlds is all about one thing: complete and utter LEGO overload.

The game is an open-world title that’s entirely made of LEGO blocks. And since that’s the case, you can interact with and change any surface in the title. For instance, if you come to water, you can put islands all over it and create your own tropical expanse. And if you want to create the world’s tallest mountain, you’re just a few LEGO blocks away from making it happen.

In addition to being able to walk around the LEGO Worlds environment, you can also hop on helicopters, dragons, motorbikes and other modes of transportation to get around. And with treasures all over the world, you can find a host of items that will add a new element to your gameplay.

If it’s the quintessential virtual LEGO experience you’re after, LEGO Worlds is the place to be.

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