The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame
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About this game
Developer: TT Fusion
Content Rating: Everyone10+
The alien monster invaders have left Bricksburg in ruins. It is now up to Emmet and a host of heroic characters to go beyond their world and save their friends from the strange inhabitants of the Systar System. Journey into outer space, discover new worlds, and test your Master Building skills.
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The first Lego Movie Videogame did a fantastic job of recreating the worlds and moments from the film, even if the gameplay relied on a 14-year-old formula. The need to switch between Batman, Unikitty, and a wide selection of characters for different tasks was fun. The Lego Movie 2 Videogame rarely pushes the player to do anything other than go into their building menu to select one object, and ends up being a shockingly bland experience in a series that has been mostly consistent in doing fun things with different properties.
Lego Movie 2 changes the fundamental DNA of the Lego game. It introduces some new things that fit so well with the established formula that you’ll forget they were only just added. The inclusion of the Duplo also increases the scale of the game, with huge bosses and enemies to fight and even more bizarre locations to explore then usual. None of these changes hurt the standard of Lego, in fact, hopefully they prove that these games can deviate a little more than they used to.
The Lego Movie 2 isn't necessarily a mediocre game, not at all, it's just that, as a result of its structure and desire to please everyone, it felt a bit flat at times. In direct comparison to Lego City: Undercover, for instance, it just doesn't measure up. It comes with the same charm, and the humour is top notch (Batman stands out as the funniest of the bunch), but with its large number of automated mechanics and the game's fairly casual approach and subsequent lack of depth, it simply doesn't deserve a higher score.