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Were you one of the wonderful viewers of the live streams I performed of Lego 2K Drive? Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Lego 2K Drive on the Xbox Series X. This game clocks in at the the nine gig range. There are physical copy versions of Lego 2K Drive available for purchase. In fact we plan on purchasing a copy ourselves at one point in the future. There is something so wonderful about a case, manual, and disc or cartridge.

Lego 2K Drive looks good and it sounds good. There is a fun storyline to go through in Lego 2K Drive. Players start to Bricklandia, then get to explore Turbo Acres, Big Butte County, Prospecto Valley, and Hauntsborough. A veteran driver teaches you the ropes and encourages you during your races. We also have a little robot that helps us find races on the map, and more. The goal of the player is to get to the Sky Cup Grand Prix and win that trophy.

There is plenty of humor within Lego 2K Drive. In some ways the humor in Lego 2K Drive reminds me of some of the older Lego games. We have done live streams and videos of Lego games on the Nintendo 64, Playstation, Gameboy Color and more. I was also a bit surprised that 2K made a Lego game when Warner Bros had that locked down for so many years. The racing in Lego 2K Drive is like Mario Kart. We get weapons, drift for speed boosts, and more.

The cool thing about Lego 2K Drive is it is open world. We can drive where ever we want in this video game. We can find different things to do. There are plenty of achievements to earn in Lego 2K Drive as well. In fact viewers of the live streams have seen plenty pop up as I have been going through the story mode. There are more modes families can enjoy. There are online and offline multiplayer versions of Lego 2K Drive.

The issues families will run into in Lego 2K Drive is violence, crude humor and more. The Hauntsborough area in Lego 2K Drive is creepy. Think skeletons, witches, monsters, spiders, and more. I do like how Clutch (the older racer helping the player) is not fond of that creepy dark area. The vehicles in Lego 2K Drive change depending on the terrain. If you are on water it quickly changes to a boat. If you are on pavement you get your car. If you are off-roading then you have an ATV vehicle.

There are numerous vehicles to collect in Lego 2K Drive. Beating the rivals will unlock a great many of them. On top of that you can also create your own vehicle in Lego 2K Drive. The racing in Lego 2K Drive is wild and crazy. Things can go against you and you must place first against the rivals to be able to progress. We also must do certain things like defend objects of save people in side missions. There are other side missions in Lego 2K Drive where we might need to chase down a thief for example.

All in all Lego 2K Drive is a fun game families can enjoy. I did get frustrated by getting hit multiple times by multiple computer racers in the last lap to lose a race. I might do everything perfectly but get caught in chaos of the pack. Whenever I could get away from the pack I was happy. If you like finding everything then you will enjoy driving around different areas. Plenty of things are destructible in Lego 2K Drive. Just not the buildings.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 85%
Replay: 90%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: 2K Sports
Developer: Visual Concepts
Rating: ‘E10+’ - TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}

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