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LEGO Bricktales

ClockStone Studio, Thunderful Games
Oct 12, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC

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75 / 100
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Critic Reviews for LEGO Bricktales

LEGO: Bricktales manages to be fun despite some structural shakiness.

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No Recommendation / Blank

Part adventure game, part construction simulator, Lego Bricktales lays strong foundations for a truer type of Lego experience.

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LEGO Bricktales can often get in its own way, but it’s still a fun adventure that breathes new life into what a LEGO game can look like.

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Lego Bricktales could be up your street depending on what you’re looking for. If you want a simple action adventure like so many other Lego titles then this isn’t for you. However, if you want a unique puzzle game that uses Lego elements well then you’ll find more here to enjoy. The main thing that lets it down is the clunky control system and the variable difficulty means younger players hoping for a building game will likely end up frustrated. The environmental puzzles you’ll need to solve to collect everything can also get very repetitive. Overall though it’s a fairly average game that offers a decent-length story mode, some interesting puzzles, and a few extras for those who want them. Now if you’ll excuse me I have a pirate ship ride to build.

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Bricktales gets its hooks into you in the same way that real-life Lego might

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Lego Bricktales is a remarkable approximation of actually playing with Lego bricks, thanks to a variety of clever physics-based building challenges.

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Lego Bricktales is a wonderful adventure that's full of the charms of playing with the iconic construction toy in real life. It's a gorgeous digital rendition with all its exquisitely crafted dioramas a delight to behold, and with puzzles that lean on Lego's greatest strengths. Just beware that the Switch version is hampered by intrusive performance issues in places.

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LEGO Bricktales isn't like other LEGO titles you've tried. It is simpler and puts more focus on construction than on action or platforms. The problem is that everything sins of simplicity, and the star of the game, the construction, has a somewhat cumbersome system and some failures. But if you go for construction, you will enjoy it.

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