‘The Lego Movie Videogame’ review
By Steven Cayer, Senior Columnist
Almost every year, the game company TT Games comes out with a game that, in my opinion, is suitable for every age group. They are known for taking famous franchises such as Indiana Jones and reinventing them in Lego form. I have been a huge fan of every Lego game that they have released. From Lego Star Wars to Lego Lord of the Rings, I’ve enjoyed every moment in between—and The Lego Movie Videogame is no exception.
It tells the story of a construction worker named Emmett, who always follows the instructions and rules. One day, he meets a woman named Wildstyle, who takes him on a journey through the different realms of the Lego world. As with every Lego game, you can find certain collectibles in and around each realm, such as gold bricks, golden instruction manuals, and pairs of pants that give you different powers.
This game is the very first to have absolutely everything made out of Lego, including environments. Even though the last Lego game just came out in November and another is coming out in the spring, I still can’t get enough of TT Games. I also love this game because it had a lot of smart humour and heart for all ages. I felt the love that TT put in and I reciprocated.
If you’ve been a diehard fan of Lego games like me, you need to add this game to your collection.