Reviews and Problems with Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey
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LEGO Legends of Chima Laval’s Journey
Family Friendly Gaming
14 July 2013
Excerpt: After 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 it again.
LEGO: Legends of Chima – Laval’s Journey (3DS) Review
9 July 2013
Excerpt: It has been roughly seven years since the very first LEGO game came out, LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game. It was cool, it was interesting, and it was fun. Little did I know that the series would then go on to spawn approximately seventeen more games spanning all different kinds of franchises. I can’t help but ask whether or not Traveller’s Tales are starting to tire of the LEGO line of games since I am most certainly getting to that point too.
Excerpt: Set in the Land of Chima, this latest LEGO installment tells the tale of a land filled with animal tribes involved in a long running conflict. Eight distinct tribes exist in Chima including Raven, Eagle, Lion, Wolf, Crocodile, Gorilla, Bear and Rhino. These eight tribes are waging war, all vying for a natural resource known as CHI, which is the source of life and also offers other forms of power.
Conclusion: LEGO Legends Of Chima: Laval’s Journey is a decent game for the young ones. I found myself enjoying it for the first hour or so but soon figured out that the game was plagued by graphical glitches and long load times. Apparently a patch is on the way to fix some of these issues which will definitely help improve the game but we can’t help but feel that this was rushed to release or just not given the usual love and care that go into normal LEGO games.
Excerpt: Als ich zum ersten Mal von LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey bei uns auf ntower las, war ich ziemlich verdutzt. LEGO bringt ein Videospiel über die Geschichte Chinas heraus?!? Ihr werdet es erraten haben: Ich hatte mich verlesen. Meine Verwirrung wuchs beim Lesen der News, aber glücklicherweise bin ich ja nicht auf den Kopf gefallen und habe mir den Spielenamen noch einmal angeschaut. Und siehe da, Chima ist ja doch etwas ganz anderes als China!