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Starting with Lego Star Wars in 2005, TT Games has created a juggernaut in gaming. While visiting the Traveller's Tales studio in Knutsford, England for the Lego Marvel Super Heroes cover story we took the opportunity to learn the full history of TT Games and the popular Lego games.
Watch the video below to learn how Lego Star Wars and the company began and how the small development team called Traveller's Tales became one of the most popular studios in the world.
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travellers' tales have made some of the worst games ever, and some that were okay. if it wasn't for the lego games they would be one notch ahead of nStigate games, formally nihilistic software.
wow i remember the original lego star wars...i still have my old xbox copy somewhere...all dusty under my bed probably, maybe i should dust it off again
I remember how excited I was to get this when it came out. My family had just bought a new computer and I couldn't wait to get home. Come to find out it wouldn't run. We had to buy a new video card for the brand new computer for this one game.
I liked the Star Wars ones a lot.
Just completed Lego Star Wars TCS, and I just got Lego LOTR for Christmas. Really enjoy these games and I am ready for Marvel Heroes to come out.
...and now they make some of my most antcipated and beloved games. Here's hoping that they're around for a long time to come.
I don't like the fact that I've never played any of the Lego games. I feel like I'm missing out...that's going to change when Lego City Undercover comes out.
At the time, the first Lego Star Wars game was a childhood dream come true. For better or worse, the Lego games are just great nostalgia tools for series. And I love them for that. I hope that Lego City: Undercover can set the pattern of having more original games too like Lego Island was.
I played the original LEGO games and got EVERYTHING in them. It was the kind of game you just HAD to 100%.
I know this is a LEGO story as much as a Traveller's Tales one, but am I the only one who actually remembers that they made Sonic 3D Blast a good ten years BEFORE LEGO Star Wars?