Who doesn’t know of Lego right? I remember during childhood all the fun I had playing with my Lego Set that not only helped me fight boredom but I can say helped me develop my mind. But lets face it the days where kids played with toys and things like Lego are slowly ending. And to help preserve the Lego Memory they have done Movies and other shows but most of all they have created games about it like the “Lego Movie Video Game” that we are about to discuss.
The game follows the the plot from the Lego movie with a few twists here and there. The game lets you use two kinds of characters such as Regular Builders who cannot build anything without an instruction manual, if you ask me regular builders can also be compared to a child learning the basics of Lego where they need an instruction manual to make something step by step.
Now there is also the Master Builders who can use anything from their surroundings to build and this can be compared to a Professional Lego User or someone who has a wild imagination. The game will also show a few familiar faces along the way to help you on your journey. The game is also the only one in the franchise to have everything made out of Lego, I mean everything from the surroundings to the structures.
And the creators wanting to spread the Lego Madness did something incredible and by incredible I meant they actually launched the game and the movie at the same time.
So after watching the movie and getting the attention of the masses the best way to spread and keep the Lego madness alive would be by making a game of it because in our time and age games are the bomb. The game is not only about building and creation though, it is also a game of destruction. The game allows you to fight or do battle with the enemy, so yes that is also a fun part of the game.
Think of RTS and Action Adventure Game in one package.
I call it RTS because you can build and create stuff to help you on your journey, while it is also a fun action game because you can do battle and there are times when it feels like a mini game.
It is a game I would surely make my kids play when they are older (still toddlers). I am someone who loves Lego so I will be sure to pass it to the next generation. Keep the Lego Madness Alive!