I like Legos. I own quite a few Lego sets that I built. I like Lego
video games. I am so happy Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital
download code for Lego Worlds on the Xbox One. This is the most
different kind of Lego video game I ever played. Lego Worlds starts us
in a pirate world, and then we get to visit other worlds. How do we do
this? Complete quests for Lego characters.
I like how Lego Worlds gives me visual clues as to what each character wants. There are so many tools in Lego Worlds too. We can build Legos one at a time, copy others, paint objects, and more in Lego Worlds. I loved finding new Lego objects and then using them in my building later. Lego Worlds gives players all kinds of access to modifying the worlds they come into contact with.
Lego Worlds can be played online or offline. I love being able to play Lego Worlds offline. One family member or two can play Lego Worlds locally at the same time. The best news is Lego Worlds comes in the cherished physical copy format. Not only that, but Lego Worlds is selling for $29.99 brand new. I wish more video game companies would release their new games for that price.
It is too easy to compare Lego Worlds to Minecraft. There are themes in areas that can be found. There are areas with multiple themes put together. It can be shoot or miss what you run across, and what you unlock. The more gold bricks you acquire the more areas you can unlock. Lego Worlds has near endless replay value to it based on the levels created, and your own creativity.
I ran into a few bugs here and there in Lego Worlds. A character would want an item, and I would put it near them. The game did not register so I had to use studs to purchase another of the same item and put it near them again. Eventually Lego Worlds would register the item and give me the gold brick. I also had problems finding certain items for certain characters.
Lego Worlds includes some violent content. We can beat up a variety of Lego characters and break them to pieces. The violent content in Lego Worlds is actually less than other Lego video games I have played. Lego Worlds has more of a focus on exploration, quest completion, and world manipulation. The world areas in Lego Worlds are on the small side - which is fine with me.
- Kid Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: WB Games
Developer: TT Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
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