Despite being targeted primarily at small children, Lego video games can be a lot of fun. We've seen Lego games tackle family-friendly franchises like Star Wars, Batman, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Carribean, and Harry Potter.
Now, YouTube poster and apparent animation wizard Brian Anderson has provided a glimpse of what a more mature Lego game might look like. Say hello to Lego Breaking Bad.
Yeah, I'd play a Lego version of Breaking Bad in a heartbeat. Something tells me a brick-based take on Game of Thrones would offer more entertaining gameplay, though.
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