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While single people are paying attention to Valentines Day, families are are surrounded by brick building thanks to The Lego Movie Video Game. I am reviewing the home console version of this multiple Lego world spanning immersive experience.

There are three important things concerning The Lego Movie Video Game families need to know. First off this game is hilarious. The second thing is there is cartoon violence with multiple old school explosions. The final thing is there is some mild name calling - especially from Batman.

TT Games wanted to challenge themselves. They did so by making The Lego Movie Video Game completely out of Legos. The experience comes across as an amazingly positive one for me. I am impressed with how Lego this home console game is.

I love how the characters are chattering consistently in The Lego Movie Video Game. The main goal of their talk is to provide the player with direction on where to go next. There are few points in The Lego Movie Video Game where players can get stuck. It still happens from time to time though. Like learning to hold a button and keep it pointing at something for an interaction to eventually occur.

The fifteen chapters in The Lego Movie Video Game range in length and difficulty. The world screens are a variety of different regions. Players can use tunnels to move between regions. I was honestly hoping for a Lego City Undercover world experience from The Lego Movie Video Game.

There are a mix of ninety characters in The Lego Movie Video Game from the movie. This includes Batman, Superman, The Green Ninja, Gandalf, and more. There are plenty of side missions, and mini quests players can go on. Plus in order to get everything from any level it needs to be played in free mode.

The little mini games included in The Lego Movie Video Game are a nice way to break up the action. I liked playing the Spaceman's Pac-Man like game personally. Emmet's Construction Worker mini game was okay, albeit frustrating finding the right piece at times.

The core Lego video game mechanics are in The Lego Movie Video Game. We break things for studs to purchase characters. We also break things to find bricks. Those bricks build things that allow us to progress. The Super Brick Build in The Lego Movie Video Game is a nice advancement of that system. Finally we have areas where we need to fight off robotic enemies.

The Lego Movie Video Game is a solid Lego title that builds upon the structures of past Lego games. I am still eager for some massive Lego City 2 video game. But in the mean time The Lego Movie Video Game kept me busy and entertained for many hours.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 82%
Replay/Extras: 93%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PS4/Xbox OneXbox 360/PS3/PC/Wii U(tested)
Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive
Developer: TT Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ -  Everyone 10+
{Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief}
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