Transform the ordinary into the extraordinary and experience the ultimate LEGO building experience in the all new The LEGO® Movie Videogame. Step into the world of Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average citizen who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world. Players guide him as he is drafted into a fellowship of strangers on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant, a journey for which Emmet is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared.
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
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Customer Reviews for LEGO Movie Videogame
Review 1 for LEGO Movie Videogame
All Lego, All Licenses
Location: Allport, PA
I love the whole Lego system. They provide a lot of imagination and a lot of possibilities. I will be seeing the movie and I will be getting the game. Warner Bros., Tt Games, and Lego always make great games. The only thing I wonder is who all will show up for this ALL Lego game? Batman? TMNT? Star Wars? They are a part of soo many licenses, and I heard there is going to be 90+ characters to be in-game. So pumped!
this is a good game but there are many things that could have been perfected before it was released. i have gotten stuck a few times already and had to restart the level cuz there was no other way to fix it. other than the bugs its a good game.
5 of 7 found this review helpful.
Review 3 for LEGO Movie Videogame
Awesome Family Fun!!!!!
Location: New York, NY
My son has such a collection of Lego games and toys that I can't tell which love came first, the games or toys. My 7year-old mini-expert says this movie and game are the end all. He's soooo excited for the game and movie that he won't be quiet about it. I just might have to pre-order so he can get the bonus figurine and save some money on his movie ticket.
Of all the Lego games I've played this one is easily the worst. It's like they rushed to get it done in time for the movie release and left the testing to the consumer. The game constantly freezes, characters get stuck, missions need to be restarted etc. There are only fifteen missions and they're all super easy. All in all we beat the main storyline in a matter of a few hours without looking a single thing up, a far cry from other Lego games which provide days and weeks of entertainment. The game should be priced much lower, as the content and effort just isn't there on this one.