There's a load of Lego games in the works, and iOS is getting at least one of them: Lego Batman: Beyond Gotham is scheduled to hit mobile this summer. This is more than just Batman, as the name indicates, as many of the Justice League members will get involved, in order to stop Brainiac from destroying Earth. Even some of the Legion of Doom characters will be playable. Developed by Lego game mainstay TT Games, there's not any real screens or details beyond the premise, so here's an unrelated clip of Batman from The Lego Movie.

Additionally, there's games based on Jurassic World and The Avengers releasing for console and PC later this year. I mention these if only because it's not out of question that something could happen like The Lego Movie Video Game [$4.99] or Lego The Lord of the Rings [$4.99], where it releases a while after the console/PC versions, likely because they don't want to undercut the value of a $40-60 game with a version they'll just charge $5 for on mobile.

  • Alexythimia23

    Its not even February just yet, but the amazing games that have already been released... Just wow.... And the fact that a game has been released at over 3gb finally has made me feel like were finally heading the direction where ios games should be heading. And now Fahrenheit has also been released without me even knowing!! Again im just amazed and humbled that im getting to be part of the age of the smartphones and tablets. Back in 2009 when i got my iphone, my vision was to be able to play console games on the move with amazing graphics, something that i could just hold in my hand yet had the power to do everything, and now 2015 is here and i can honestly say i dont play any of my consoles or pc in the last 6 months, im a late gamer in the sense i never had many of the consoles and games i wanted growing up, so to finally experience all that on a mobile device like i always wanted.... Well... I think its one of the best gifts i could have been given.... The ability to leave the woes of the world behind and escape in all these virtual experiences anytime, anywhere..that truly is a blessing.

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  • Exact-Psience

    On the downside, iOS games get the shitty versions coz the general userbase wont buy premium titles yet spend a shitload of cash for getting ahead in freemium games, even in singleplayer ones.

  • curtisrshideler

    Only question is this: Will it look and play like the console version OR the 3DS/PSP versions?