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Cordova, TN; February 8, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is throwing out an idea that we would like to see occur. What is this idea? How many millions of dollars should be sent our direction for making this idea public? The idea is Lego Disney Games. Yes I know there was Lego Pirates of the Caribbean. I am talking about Lego Monsters Inc, Lego Frozen, Lego Cars, Lego Up, Lego Finding Nemo, Lego Incredibles, and more. Can you picture it in your mind? Can you see how cool it would be? There are real and physical Lego Disney Princess figures. I am not into girl games, but might consider playing a video game based on Lego Disney Princess. Lego Friend was okay.

Can you think of some cool Disney franchises that would make wonderful Lego video games and maybe even figures? What about Peter Pan? What about a Lego game with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy? Can you see it? There are so many directions such video games could go. How about a Disney Muppet’s video game? Huh? Yeah? Ever think of a Lego Tron video game? It could work. Duck Tales, Bambi, Aladdin, and 101 Dalmations come to mind as well. My favorite idea is a Lego Phineas and Ferb. That would be epic. Come one, a Lego Perry the Platypus would be awesome. It is the kind of a video game I would play. So would my brother, and so would my dad.

I know some people will try and say Lego Marvel, and Lego Star Wars are Disney franchises that have Lego video games. Disney does own those franchises now. The first time there was a Lego Marvel video game Disney did not own Marvel. The same goes for Star Wars. The Lego games were released before Disney bought the Star Wars franchise. The same goes for the Indiana Jones franchise. To be fair Lego Marvel’s Avengers was released after Disney bought Marvel. Though to me it is a Marvel franchise, not a Disney one. There is no need to quibble though. I would love to see a major partnership between Disney and Lego in the upcoming years.

God bless,
Teen Gamer
Family Friendly Gaming


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