LEGO Interactive

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The Original LEGO Media Logo

LEGO Interactive (formerly known as LEGO Media, and LEGO Software) was a publishing company that was responsible for publishing all LEGO games until Traveller's Tales took over LEGO Game development and publishing in 2005. Electronic Arts occasionally published LEGO games prior to 2005, including the LEGO Creator: Harry Potter series, LEGO Soccer Mania, and LEGO Bionicle: The Game


History Of Company

The company went under a number of name & brand changes over time with each new generation of LEGO games.

LEGO Media

After the success of LEGO Island in 1997, LEGO decided to invest in more video games for their franchises, also expanding releases to the game consoles like the Nintendo 64, PlayStation, and Game Boy. To do this, they setup LEGO Media to handle the publishing of all their released video games and other media. International releases were handled by a sister branch, LEGO Media International. The games that were released under this title were:

LEGO Software

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The LEGO Software Logo

The next generation of games introduced a new logo and a new name to indicate the publishing company's focus on video games. The games released under this title were:

LEGO Interactive

Shortly after, while publishing with Electronic Arts, the company went under another name change to LEGO Interactive, before being abandoned in favor of Traveller's Tales & LucasArts. The games released under this title were: