Following the epic storylines of Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III, as well as the highly anticipated Jurassic World - LEGO Jurassic World is the first videogame where players will be able to relive and experience all four Jurassic films.
Reimagined in LEGO form and told in TT Games' signature classic LEGO humour, the thrilling adventure recreates unforgettable scenes and action sequences from the films, allowing fans to play through key moments and giving them the opportunity to fully explore the expansive grounds of Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna.
So far there has only been one console based LEGO game that I haven't enjoyed and they only seem to be getting better, so naturally, I wanted to get this when it came out, though due to finances it wasn't until Christmas that I managed to splurge and buy a copy. My son is dino mad and I knew this would be the perfect way to introduce him to this world. In the game you follow the events of all four movies, so if can't bear the thought of spoilers, avoid playing it till you've seen it. Each film gets six levels and you can expect the usual humor that comes with these games.
There is a huge amount to do in this game, so even when you've played through story mode, you can still spend a few hours playing. With each movie that you travel to there are red bricks, people in peril, gold bricks, bonus levels and sick dinosaurs that you need to heal. Add to this the typical free play mode in which you try to get survivor mode, full minikits, person in peril and a dinosaur to unlock, it's a fun way to pass the hours. This was the first LEGO game my son had a real good go at and there was enough there to challenge him and when I needed to go and do stuff, he was able to continue playing well on his own, 95% of the time.
Another good addition to the LEGO series and perfect for the family.
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Once Upon A Time is a game in which the players create a story together, using cards that show typical elements from fairy tales. One player is the Storyteller and creates a story using the ingredients on her cards. She tries to guide the plot towards her own ending. The other players try to use cards to interrupt her and become the new Storyteller. The winner is the first player to play out all her cards and end with her Happy Ever After card.
Time: 30 minutes
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