The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game Reviews

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game is ranked in the 45th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
6.6 / 10.0
Jan 30, 2018

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Videogame is another great game in the LEGO series. Although there are some notable technical glitches and one particularly irksome glitch rendering the 100% coveted score unobtainable, it is still worthy of your time and energy. Some great mechanics and welcome modifications to the standard formula streamline the experience in a good way.

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7 / 10.0
Nov 7, 2017

The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game is a fun experience full of humour and laughs for you and your family alike.

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6.5 / 10.0
Nov 5, 2017

It's a fun game that definitely shows improvement over the last LEGO games. But the absence of the dynamic split screen and the unbelievable amount of game breaking bugs (at least on Nintendo Switch) make the game unplayable at times. Too bad because the potential was there.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 24, 2017

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Game doesn't try to be anything but fun. There will always be another LEGO game coming out very few months. But this one is pretty good.

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Drew Hurley
Top Critic
7 / 10
Oct 24, 2017

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game is a by the numbers release that feels like it may have been rushed to completion as a side project of Tt while it worked on the upcoming LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 (which can't come soon enough!) and is certainly a little smaller in comparison to its other recent games - with a small story and even the 100% completion clocking in at under 10 hours for most players. That being said, it's still well worth the price tag. The story is funny, the levels well designed and the extra features enough to keep players coming back to get to that 100% without getting burnt out. Best of all, it exhibits some improvements and innovations to the Tt formula that will hopefully be seen in future titles.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 19, 2017

The Lego Ninjago Movie Videogame is a solid entry in the Lego series, providing a few new tweaks to the gameplay compartment that make the game feel fresh compared to other recent entries.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 17, 2017

It's still held back by the formulaic nature of the LEGO franchise, but LEGO: The Ninjago Movie Videogame is a great addition to the franchise that changes just enough to make it feel fresh. It's excellent news for kids and even fun for old men like me. It comes highly recommended, unless you really hate fun.

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7.8 / 10.0
Oct 17, 2017

Despite a fairy short playtime, compared to other Lego games, Ninjago is the most fun I’ve had with a Lego game since Lego Dimensions came out.

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6.5 / 10.0
Oct 14, 2017

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Videogame is by means going to be my pick of the season, but I'd be lying if I said it didn't keep my thumbs busy for a few days and a smile across my face. Filled with light-hearted comedy, the game is a breath of fresh air for those looking for lighter fare in their Fall lineup. And while the game certainly feels limited due to it being so tied to the underlying movie it is based on and technical issues, the game is a solid purchase for both children and children at heart.

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Metro GameCentral
GameCentral
Top Critic
6 / 10
Oct 13, 2017

Definitely one of the lesser Lego titles, and yet still a fun co-op game with plenty of charm – and more new ideas than many of is stablemates.

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5 / 10
Oct 13, 2017

LEGO games are typically quite good. Movie franchise games are typically quite bad. The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game is, both, but ultimately it feels more like a movie game than a LEGO game. Poor level design, long load times and bugs make for a game that doesn't realise its full potential; funny dialogue and entertaining movie clips can't elevate this one to greatness. If you're looking for a great LEGO game for your Switch, stick to Undercover for now.

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Geeks Under Grace
Andrew Feistner
6.9 / 10.0
Oct 13, 2017

If you want to play a game with your child or just want to collect a lot of stuff, The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game is right for you.

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Oct 12, 2017

Overall, I'm more than happy with LNM:TVG.

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8.5 / 10.0
Oct 11, 2017

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Videogame stands out from other LEGO games, not for the huge game changes but for the little additions that are often unappreciated. I thoroughly enjoyed this title and I am looking forward to playing more.

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6 / 10.0
Oct 11, 2017

A surprisingly enjoyable, yet ultimately flawed action-adventure romp.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 11, 2017

It definitely delivers fun, especially with the game’s’ voice characters. They really capture the humour in every line they say. Although the demographics was intended maybe for kids or for teenagers – young adults still can find little jewels here and there hidden on this video game.

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6 / 10.0
Oct 10, 2017

The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game is based on the recent Lego Ninjago movie currently in theaters, playing similar to Lego games of the past.

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3 / 5.0
Oct 10, 2017

The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game tries some interesting new things for a Lego game, with varying success. The lack of character variation makes things feel a bit dull, but there’s an undeniable sense of relaxed fun to the game.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 10, 2017

The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game is a really good addition to the series. The improved combat mechanics and additional features really help this game stand above the more popular licence based LEGO titles. The story started as a familiar one I've heard a million times yet evolved into one which had me hooked, wanting to watch the next cut scene for the humour and great voice acting.

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7 / 10
Oct 9, 2017

There’s plenty of promise on display in The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game‘s heroics, easily amounting to the ninja’s best adventure after some, admittedly, painfully average handheld escapades. Fans of the movie won’t want to give it a miss, but technical hiccups keep it from achieving a greater sense of inner peace. Ninja, go!

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