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Lego Battles Ninjago 


Ninjago is latest Lego craze that can be seen in the toy section of many retailers. Lego Battles is one of my favorite Lego franchises that Family Friendly Gaming has reviewed. This is a real time strategy game. That means your characters go and collect resources, build structures, and produce fighters. These fighters go out and try and destroy the enemies buildings. We will get to the violence part in just a bit. Building the right buildings close to the resources is paramount to success in this game.

The skeletons in Lego Battles Ninjago are done the Lego way. Meaning they are not exactly scary looking. At least not to me. I showed them to my children, and they were not frightened either. The violence in Lego Battles Ninjago is not the standard violence we are used to in video games. The Lego characters stand apart and swing their weapons. They each have a health bar that is depleted as they fight. Some of them start spinning when they are attacking. Destroyed characters fall apart into little collectible items. As long as you have the bricks you can go and collect more.

The music in Lego Battles Ninjago has a real Eastern flare to it. I felt like I was dealing with ninjas and samurais while I was playing this Nintendo DS game. The special effect sounds fit the theme of this game. I love the block connecting sounds that are used in certain areas. The storyline deals with mystical weapons. If the bad character gets them he will destroy the world. So trustworthy characters need to get them. Hence your ninja team.

Lego video games are known for their unlockable content. Lego Battles Ninjago is no exception. The whole reason to collect the studs in the game is to use them to purchase additional content. The levels in Lego Battles Ninjago are a little harder than Lego Battles. There is also some diversity to the levels. I enjoyed playing Lego Battles Ninjago, and progressing. There are numerous multiplayer modes as long as both players have a copy of the game.

I already mentioned Lego Battles Ninjago is a little more difficult than its predecessor. There is a difficulty setting for those who want to make this game easier. Strategy is the core of Lego Battles Ninjago. Players have to decide which buildings to build first, and where to invest their resources. Defense is important in this game because without it, your base could be destroyed.

Lego Battles Ninjago is rated 'E' for Everyone by the ESRB. Due to the way this game needs to be played I believe the ten years old range will probably be better. Some younger kids may be able to play it. But in my experience most of them are going to need some adult assistance. Lego Battles Ninjago teaches us to resist evil, and to work slowly and purposely towards our goals. I hope the Lego Battles franchise continues. I would like to see this franchise make it to the home consoles one day.
- Paul


Graphics: 68%
Sound: 71%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 69%
Family Friendly Factor: 64%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Cartoon Violence}

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