PSN Sale Discounts All These Lego Games and Movies

Sony's "Franchise Sale" series continues.

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As part of this week's new slate of PlayStation Network deals, a variety of Lego games are marked down. In some cases, the discounts are as deep as 75 percent off, while PlayStation Plus members can save an additional 15 percent. Scroll down to see all the deals, which also extend to movies.

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There are deals for Lego games across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita, including Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, Lego Jurassic World, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, Lego Harry Potter, and Lego Lord of the Rings. The deals expire on April 18.

The Lego franchise of games is one of the biggest in history. In all, more than 100 million Lego games have been sold, joining the likes of Final Fantasy, Grand Theft Auto, and Mario in reaching that mark.

This slate of Lego deals is part of Sony's "Franchise Sale" series. Last week's offers were themed around Tom Clancy games and Harry Potter movies. Next week's will focus on Grand Theft Auto and Fast & Furious.

Lego PSN Sale Deals:

Games

PlatformTitlePlus PriceSale PriceOriginal Price
PS4Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham$9.99$11.99$19.99
PS4Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Deluxe Edition$17.49$20.99$34.99
PS4Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass$7.49$8.99$14.99
PS4Lego Jurassic World$27.49$29.99$49.99
PS4Lego Marvel Super Heroes$4.99$7.99$19.99
PS4Lego Marvel's Avengers$39.99$44.99$49.99
PS4Lego Marvel's Avengers Deluxe Edition$55.99$62.99$69.99
PS4Lego The Hobbit$7.99$9.99$19.99
PS4The Lego Movie Videogame$8.99$10.99$19.99
PS3Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes$4.99$7.99$19.99
PS3Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham$9.99$11.99$19.99
PS3Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass$5.99$7.49$14.99
PS3Lego Harry Potter:
Years 5-7
N/A$4.99$19.99
PS3Lego Jurassic World$21.99$23.99$39.99
PS3Lego Lord of the RingsN/A$4.99$19.99
PS3Lego Marvel Super Heroes$4.99$7.99$19.99
PS3Lego Marvel's Avengers$47.99$53.99$59.99
PS3Lego Marvel’s Avengers Deluxe Edition$47.99$53.99$59.99
PS3Lego the Hobbit$7.99$9.99$19.99
PS3The Lego Movie Videogame$8.99$10.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes$4.99$7.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham$9.99$11.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham$9.99$11.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Harry Potter:
Years 5-7
N/A$4.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Jurassic World$10.99$11.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Marvel Super Heroes$4.99$7.99$19.99
PS VitaLego Marvel's Avengers$23.99$26.99$29.99
PS VitaLego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin$9.99$11.99$19.99
PS VitaLego The Hobbit$7.99$9.99$19.99
PS VitaThe Lego Movie Videogame$8.99$10.99$19.99

Movies

TitleSD Sale PriceSD Original PriceHD Sale PriceHD Original Price
The Lego MovieN/AN/A$14.99$19.99
The Lego Movie (plus Bonus Features)N/AN/A$18.99$19.99
Lego Scooby Haunted HollywoodN/AN/A$18.99$19.99
Lego DC Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom!$8.99$9.99$9.99$17.99
Lego: DC – Justice League vs Bizarro League$8.99$9.99$9.99$17.99

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This sale highlights the extra cost added for console games. Steam has had several LEGO game sales in the past year with the majority of the catalog selling for $5 each. Newer games, like Jurasic World run for about $14 and brand new games run for about $30-45 depending on how new.

Many of these games on PSN would qualify as $5 games on Steam, but cost more due to the console tax. This tax exists because of the licensing fees developers/publishers pay to the console manufacturers for the privilege of having their game available on the platform. we can't really get around this without paying more for the console hardware up front or dealing with some other business model to make up for lost revenue that the manufacturers get from those licensing fees that make up losses for sold hardware.

People don't want to pay >$500 for a new console. So licensing fees are here to stay until someone comes up with a better option that works for customer, developer/publisher, and manufacturer.

Oh yeah... These LEGO games may be very similar to each other, but they each have their own uniqueness that makes each worth a play. They are great co-op and family games.