Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions is the freshest twist on LEGO games in ages, but it's not as wild as Hot Wheels.
One fin attempt to renew our passion for Forza Horizon 4 and a great way of atracting new drivers to this world despite sometimes we miss an extra polish on some layer of its proposal.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
One of the most fun things you'll play all year. If you needed an excuse to get back into Forza Horizon 4, this is it.
Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions is a nice change of pace and lets you explore a world of pure imagination. With plenty to do with several brickly block cars that will have you wondering why no one has done this before.
LEGO Speed Champions brings some fresh and a bit silly air to Forza Horizon. There's a lot of content to enjoy, but this expansions lacks Lego cars and better use of Lego esthetics in its world.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions doesn’t do anything wrong. Everything that’s there is absolutely stellar; it just leaves you wanting more. More LEGO and more cars. But even with what is there, LEGO Speed Champions is one of my favourite LEGO video game experiences ever, and makes Forza Horizon 4 even more fun than it was before.
Fun expansion extends the game length, but ends up to be a wasted opportunity. The visuals & challenges will attract you at first, after that you'll get bored from the grinding challenges and lack of rewards.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
There’s nothing cooler than seeing a Ferrari F40 re-imagined as a LEGO vehicle that you can not only drive but customize in Forza Horizon 4. In a lot of ways, this feels like a test for Playground Games to do a standalone LEGO racing game someday. As it stands, this is a great expansion for people of all ages, despite how displaced it seems from the rest of the game. LEGO Speed Champions doesn’t disappoint in its delivery, but it does feel like it’s taken a few missteps in the build process. Ultimately, this is a childhood fantasy come true.
The Forza Horizon festival travels to a world made of bricks, full of new challenges, high-speeds, charming aesthetics and references to the LEGO movies. It’s like a whole new LEGO videogame inside Forza Horizon 4, and easily the best looking one yet.
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