It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a PS3 game. I don’t buy a lot of them, so that should explain why. I just got done playing Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 all the way through to 100%, and figured it’d be a good time to review the game. Continue reading Lego Harry Potter, Years 1-4
This was really fun!
You get to play both the good guys and the bad guys in this. Again, getting 100% completed was not as hard as Star Wars, but doable. Chronologically, it would have made more sense for the player to be required to do the villain missions first (most of them take place “time wise” before Batman shows up and ruins the villain’s fun). Continue reading Lego Batman
Those of you who played the Lego Star Wars game will find this very familiar. I enjoyed this game, but it wasn’t quite as good as Star Wars (or Batman, which I review next). I couldn’t put my finger on why; even though there were things to point at (it’s shorter than either of the other Lego games, has some unique gameplay as far as Indy’s whip is concerned, etc.) none of those things really irked me. I just … didn’t enjoy this as much as I enjoyed Star Wars. Oh well. Continue reading Lego Indiana Jones
This is certainly a long game, covering each of the six Star Wars movies, each with six chapters in them (usually four are essentially 3rd person shooters, almost 2D style, and two are “flying” chapters – IE, Death Star attack, or the asteroid field flight of the Millenium Falcon). Continue reading Lego Star Wars: Complete Saga