Summary: This game is Awesome. I can't get enough of it even though we bought it for our 6 year old son! we both play together and the when he goes to bed I'm on it for hours. Truly immersive gaming experience.
Summary: This game is marred by actually having to follow the movie. Free play areas are big but have very long load times. You also have to search for replay points. Game play feels a little dumbed down from the usual Lego offerings. Two player mode is a little glitchy.
Summary: Bought this for my 4 year old to play with his dad... they beat the game in about a month, but were only "25% done" so there is much more for them to explore and find. My son was able to beat some of the levels himself, which he was not able to do with Lego Star Wars or Lego Avengers.
Summary: There are just a few aspects we don't LOVE about this game. 1. if 2 people move too far apart it does the split screen which means each player only sees a small section and often can't see what they need to. 2.
Guess they didn't have time to test this before release
7 February 2015
Summary: This game has hundreds of bugs. We have to restart levels frequently. We have to shut down the PS3 frequently. Things are just missing from levels, or floating in the air where you cannot interact with them. People get stuck on walls, and just slip until you restart the level.
Summary: The kids - older teenagers- have had a great time with this game. Lots of laughing over the comments of the players. Perhaps a bit easy for them but they are still having a great time with it. We have all the Lego games and have had a great time with all of them.
Summary: This is easily a 4-star game, but it's marred with major frustrating glitches, especially when playing in 2-player mode. Frequently the game freezes the PS3 entirely and we must power it off manually to recover, losing lots of unsaved progress.
Summary: I love Lego games but this one is completely different from all the others in so many ways. Getting it started is slow loading as is moving from one scene to the next. It is definitely designed more for children but has enjoyable aspects for adults as well.