Video Game LEGO Sets You Can Buy

As LEGO is one of the most powerful toy brands in the world, alongside Mattel and Hasbro, they have naturally branched out into gaming. Here is your guide to the best video game LEGOs for parents and collectors this holiday season.

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Super Mario Bros. Lego Sets

Given that Super Mario Bros. is quite possibly the most iconic franchise in gaming, LEGO quickly made sets themed around the iconic plumber. LEGO has released many sets featuring Mario and other characters for Nintendo fans.

Sets include the Super Mario 64 Question Block (71395, $199.99), The Mighty Bowser (71411, $269.99), Peach’s Castle Expansion Set (71408, $129.99), and many others.

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Sonic The Hedgehog Lego Sets

As one would expect, Mario’s longtime rival Sonic the Hedgehog has also received numerous sets. Here, collectors can recreate some of the most iconic adventures of the blue blur.

Example sets include Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone (21331, $79.99), Sonic vs. Dr. Eggman’s Death Egg Robot (76993, $59.99), and Amy’s Animal Rescue Island (76992, $49.99).

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Minecraft Lego Sets

Because Minecraft and LEGO are the two most popular franchises for building, this crossover was inevitable. With these sets, you can bring your Minecraft characters and creations into the real world. Sets include The Deep Dark Battle (21246, $64.99), The Ice Castle (21186, $49.99), and the Training Grounds The Training Grounds (21183, $79.99).

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Nintendo Entertainment System

As for more collector-oriented sets, LEGO has released replicas of classic video game consoles, including the Nintendo Entertainment System. This LEGO video game console features a recreated NES complete with an old-school TV with moving parts. This set’s serial number is 71374, and it goes for $269.99.

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PAC MAN Arcade

Equally iconic to the history of gaming is Bandai Namco’s Pac-Man. With a mini-version, this set brings the iconic cabinet from many ‘80s arcades onto your display shelf. Along with that, the Pac-Man on the screen can even be moved around a little. The serial number is 10323, and it goes for about $269.99.

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Atari 2600

Finally, there is arguably the first revolutionary console, the Atari 2600, a classic LEGO video game set. This set includes a detailed replica of the console, dioramas of classic games Centipede, Adventure, and Asteroids, and a miniature ‘80s basement. This set’s serial number is 10306, and it goes for $239.99.

These sets and many more can be found on the official LEGO website.

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