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. Overall, I love it.
Summary: Its funny, the review posted first for this game, well i read it after i bought this game. But before that i didnt see any reviews for this game so i was a little skeptical about buying it, but im glad i did. This game wasnt made on xbox or playstation 3 and i think thats what makes it a good game. The other lego games available on vita have the main console versions as well making the vita ports not really the full game experience. This game has a full game experience.
Summary: Now, I know nothing about the Legends of Chima lego series, but I do know when there's a good game. Chima is all you would expect from a lego game, unlockable characters, variety in levels, and somewhat cheesy voice acting. It's simple having somewhat easy puzzles, and there's no punishment for dying aside from losing a few studs. The graphics, while nothing special, at least get the job done (even though the upclose in game models look meh.