LEGO Jurassic World
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After the Lego series reached new heights with Marvel Super Heroes and The Hobbit, Jurassic World feels like a step backward.
Lego dinosaurs. If those words get you excited, great - I recommend you look into Lego Jurassic World for a few hours of dumb, mindless collectible-hunting and light puzzle solving. If they don't get you excited, give this one a miss. With this series, it really is that simple.
Lego Jurassic World ends up being a middling entry for TT's enormous franchise, but a middling entry by them is still enormously better than most other family games.
If you're a fan of the Jurassic Park films and you aren't sick of the Lego formula, Lego Jurassic World is a great title.
Though I have plenty to complain about with LEGO Jurassic World, it's because I have spent the last number of years playing through each of them with family members. Most of my platinum trophies have occurred thanks to LEGO games. Chances are I will be getting a platinum in this one too, as the game functions well enough for me to somehow enjoy myself despite all of its irritations. In both single player and co-op, there's still fun to be had, and most people play the LEGO games for the fun factor. You'll find nothing ground breaking in LEGO Jurassic World, but it is so rushed that I can only recommend looking at one of the many other LEGO games out there unless you're a massive fan of Jurassic Park.
Lego Jurassic World is as expected: Legos, dinosaurs, and puzzles. But, the formula is too familiar and needs more chaos theory.
Lego Jurassic World isn’t terrible though. There is some fun to be had going through the campaign, and the first time you play as a brachiosaurus and view the world as a walking skyscraper is pretty cool. Unfortunately, it’s a feeling that doesn’t last too long before the game's uninspired design and handling of the source material set in.
Lego Jurassic World is a completely alright Lego game that is hindered by its thin source material.
Lego Jurassic World has clearly been rushed through to release alongside the new movie, and as such is riddled with bugs and glitches -more so than any other licensed Lego game. There are plenty of grin-inducing moments for fans of these incredible movies though and as such Lego Jurassic World is still worth a look if you love the films enough to forgive the defects in its DNA.