LEGO Jurassic World
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LEGO Jurassic World's puzzles and combat keep up a great pace that get you past annoyances and back to the fun quickly.
As charming and accessible as any Lego game but Jurassic Park doesn't suit the Lego formula terribly well and the ability to play as dinosaurs is underused.
Yup, it's still a Lego game. But it's one of the best in recent memory, full of silly laughs, gentle puzzles and delightful playable lizards.
Fans of the movies will smile at this interpretation of events, but it isn't much fun to play
Lego Jurassic World is a joyful, brightly-colored tribute to Jurassic Park that fails to channel the franchise's trademark tension and excitement.
While it may have its flaws, I was still perfectly satisfied with my time in LEGO Jurassic World. Fans of the LEGO games should basically know what to expect, and Jurassic Park fans should be more than happy with the story, cutscenes, characters, and references. It captured all of my favorite Jurassic Park moments and added its own unique sense of humor into the mix, and that's essentially all I really wanted. And if you still need a reason to play this, just remember that is has LEGO Jeff Goldblum. Let's be honest: that's all anyone really needs.
It's the same game of 2015, but now with all the DLCs included and the ability to play it anywhere. A reasonably good port if, as in other LEGO games' ports, you forgive some little issues, like some blurry textures. It keeps the spanish voiceover, that always is a welcome news (although it's downsampled).
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LEGO Jurassic World strikes an excellent balance between delivering a nostalgic take on a beloved series of movies, whilst incorporating the brand new Jurassic World storyline as well. By allowing you to choose your jumping in point it also frees you up to experience them in your own order, and whilst the formula is becoming tired in some aspects, this is the most refined Lego game yet, displaying a snappy pace that previous games have often lacked. You should also never, ever, underestimate the simple draw of being able to play as a dinosaur.
LEGO Jurassic World hits all the right notes on the nostalgia scale by providing gamers with faithful recreations of the four movies in the series for a really fun experience, but there is really nothing brick breaking this time around.
Not a change from the same old formula, but is that really a bad thing?