Reviews and Problems with Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey
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17 July 2014
Summary: Let's just say Lego games are audience-specific, hence, a 9 out of 10 rating from me. If you compare each of the Lego titles, you pretty much have the same formula. It entirely depends whether you like Lego or not. I love them, and I love this one in particular, as Legends of Chima have cool characters. Some cut-scenes though are a little pixelated as noticed by a previous reviewer. Let's just say Lego games are audience-specific, hence, a 9 out of 10 rating from me.
Summary: Okay, I've had my PS Vita since day one. I've pretty much played every single Vita game to date, and I've always felt that the Lego games were just a cheap cash in on the series. They've been just a terrible port of the console version. Well this one felt different, after all there is no console version to port it from. It's 100% a portable made Lego game. There is no fuzziness in the Okay, I've had my PS Vita since day one.
Summary: i have bought every lego game since the first lego star wars,lego indiana jones,lego batman,lego harry potter and some i have on handheld aswell as xbox 360,even have 2 on the ipad although granted there quite awful controls on ipad. this game is based on a lego brand of figures called chima which now currently has a animated series released on dvd,unlike other lego games based on already popular brands like star wars or harry potter, but that doesnt stop it being...