Wednesday, 2 September 2015
Lego Jurassic World Review
I can't even begin to explain how excited I was to play this game. For some reason, I absolutely love the lego games. I find playing through films that I love extremely satisfying, and being a massive Jurassic Park fanatic (...I recently watched Jurassic World and wasn't too impressed), I was eager to get my hands on the game and relive those truly magically moments from the films... but in lego form, eeep!
The game takes you on a journey through the 4 films. This is what completely sold it to me, as you can play through the whole franchise, rather than just Jurassic World. I was excited to see and play through those iconic moments, like when the water thumps, the intense kitchen scene and "that's one big pile of shit." To be honest, just Ian Malcolm in lego form is incredible enough. It is clear that the creators made sure these key moments wouldn't disappoint in lego, and making loads of references for their fans.
If you are a fan of the Jurassic Park films or the lego games in general, I don't think you'll be disappointed at all. The lego games seem to stay with their same strategy, which doesn't bother me too much, but it would be cool to see Lego switch things up a bit. It seems as though every lego game is the somewhat the same, and there is rarely anything new. I would love to see them progress a bit, which is why I'm extremely excited to see what's in store for us with Lego Dimensions.
Overall, I found Lego Jurassic World a great addition to the lego games. The characters and references were really awesome, and kept with the feel of the films. This review wouldn't have been possible without the lovely people at Sony, who were kind enough to send me a Dualshock 4 controller, so hopefully you'll see lots more gaming reviews in the future.
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