Posted 7 March

PS Vita LEGO Mega Pack arrives in stores this spring

New bundle includes six great LEGO games and a memory card

Hi everyone. With the new Indie Mega Pack now out in the wild, you might be wondering what we’ve got up our sleeves next. Well, we have more great news for you Mega Pack fans – next in line for release this spring is the LEGO Mega Pack.

In case the title didn’t give you a hint, it includes a variety of tip-top LEGO games bundled in with a memory card, including…

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Epic stories, iconic characters and lightsabers – Force leap into the hit animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes
Explore all of Gotham City with a variety of super powers, including flight, heat vision and erm… super breath (which we’ve been reassured isn’t just Batman’s smell after a heavy night of crime fighting).

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5 – 7
Features 150 characters, duelling, powerful charms and spells, and one deadly afternoon tea. Join Harry and his friends as they battle Dark Forces, magical creatures and a little teenage angst.

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Here’s the full list of games included:

There are two different bundles to choose from:

  • The memory card bundle comes with a memory card and a PlayStation Store voucher to download the above six games. The 8GB version has a €44.99 RRP, and the 16GB €49.99 RRP.
  • While the PS Vita + memory card bundle comes with a PS Vita system, memory card and a PlayStation Store voucher to download the above six games. This pack has a €199.99 RRP.

Have fun with LEGO Mega pack!

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For fans of Lego probably a nice offer, but everyone else might wonder if the Vita has nothing better than those crappy DS Ports. I have yet to see a decent Lego game on the Vita.

 

What kibd of cheap bundle is this.PSP games really? Why no fill that bundle with the psvita Lego games?

 
MaxDiehard 7 March, 2014 @ 1:14 pm   3

Don’t go wasting your money on this.

Four of them are PSP games and the other two are badly done 3DS ports.

 
blackout_pt 7 March, 2014 @ 1:15 pm   4

And when are we seeing the 2 vita games that where promise in the yearly cycle of ps+ IGC?
back to topic ME WANTS! (Lego fan here) and the 16GB cards is just what I need

 
JoshHood 7 March, 2014 @ 1:16 pm   5

Decent bundle, even if the inclusion of something like Lego Star Wars III over Chima is a bit odd.

This seems like the best place to ask actually: was there any particular reason for the removal of Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 [PSP] from the Store a year or two back? I’d say licensing, but the movie rights already belong to the publisher and there seems to be no such issues relating to Years 5-7 on any platform.

 
MaxDiehard 7 March, 2014 @ 1:17 pm   6

@JoshHood

LEGO Chima is a recent release, so it wouldn’t feature in a (Pretty poor) bundle like this.

 
evilwitch83 7 March, 2014 @ 2:29 pm   7

Why were our ps3 plus games cut from 3 to 2 while SCEA kept all 3 of theirs?

 
brucewillis215 7 March, 2014 @ 3:01 pm   8

Horrible offer especially because you aren’t even alerting customers that some of them are psp games.

 
ClickyButton 7 March, 2014 @ 3:05 pm   9

A vita 1000? really sony?

 
ClickyButton 7 March, 2014 @ 3:06 pm   10

A vita 1000? Really?

 
Vashetti 7 March, 2014 @ 3:32 pm   11

@ClickyButton

Why complain when it includes the definitive Vita?

The NOLED 2000 is not comparable.

 
LordRastan 7 March, 2014 @ 4:21 pm   12

It’s a real shame the lego franchise on vita… I had high expectations about lego marvel on vita, but what I find was a crappy port from nds and 3ds versions…

How about porting an open world lego like City Undercover, Marvel or Batman 2 for real?

Vita has more than enough power, and many gamers are thirsty for sandbox gameplay, amazing spider man it’s not enough…

 
darrenj1 7 March, 2014 @ 7:58 pm   13

Yes! Yes!! YES!! Looking forward to this.

 
AlexAtkinUK 9 March, 2014 @ 1:04 am   14

I love the LEGO games but I avoid the PS Vita ones as they are just shitty 3DS ports rather than ports of the PS3 versions.

LEGO fans do yourself a favour and avoid this. The frame rates are poor and the levels much shorter, on the PS Vita versions.

 
Serpantino 10 March, 2014 @ 10:06 am   15

Still no hot-swapping of memory cards. Sony really is out of touch with the Vita user base if it thinks we want to reboot & wait for the vita to set up again every time. Sets like this would be good on a proper vita gamecard or if hot-swapping was allowed, but as it stands I avoid these because they’re unecessary hassle and my 32gb is always full.