LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey
getting through the PS Vita version of LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s
Journey we were blessed with the Nintendo 3DS version arriving for
review. Normally I would not want to replay the same game on another
system. With LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey I was excited to play
Chasing down the Triple Chi in 3D is really cool. I love how LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey looks on the Nintendo 3DS. The screen is smaller, and the graphics may not be as crisp. The 3D effects more than make up for it though. Plus having a second screen on the bottom (that is also a touch screen) enhances the game play experience.
The world of LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey is unique and interesting. I am curious why this Lego game is only on the hand helds. I would have expected a home console version as well. No complaints since the hand held version is worth the price of admission.
Since I played the PS Vita version of LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey I knew what to expect. I also understood how to use the power ups, and different characters. The same hints are in LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey on the Nintendo 3DS. I just know now how to utilize them better. In fact I was able to take some short cuts thanks to that knowledge.
The fighting in LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey is absolutely worthless. I am sorry, but it has to be said. We can whack other characters with swords and guns. They are almost always push overs and fighting them takes up time that gets in the way of exploration. I prefer building objects, and collecting the studs.
Families can enjoy over sixty characters in LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey. Replaying levels is performed mainly to find the secrets. TT Games has done a wonderful job crafting levels together to encourage families to replay the levels. There is something fun about going back through a level collecting all of the hidden goodies.
The second time through LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey was better than the first. Maybe I am more of a Nintendo 3DS gamer than a PS Vita gamer - I don't know. I appreciate Warner Bros Interactive publishing this game on both of the major hand held video game systems.
Family Friendly Factor: 66%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone 10+
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