Average User Score: 6.9Jun 13, 2015LEGO Jurassic World is quite possibly one of the best LEGO games ever made. TT Games have finally learned from some of their mistakes inLEGO Jurassic World is quite possibly one of the best LEGO games ever made. TT Games have finally learned from some of their mistakes in previous games. With 20 missions to pound through (each about 20-30 minutes each, maybe less if you speed run through), there's so much to do. Collectables to find, characters to collect, secrets to be uncovered, and there's a few Quality of Life changes too. Remember how annoying it was when you built something and all the studs would just fall over a cliff or something like that? Gone. They either spread around reachable environment or you just automatically collect them.
That's not to say the game has its problems. The voice clips are pretty crap, as they've taken a lot of voice clips straight from the movies and sound so horrible compared to when they get actors to do voices for other characters from the films (they do this so that those characters can have lines they might only say in the LEGO universe). And early on I encountered a couple bugs. I managed to get a vehicle stuck on the wall which meant restarting, and the camera has gone funny a few times by clipping through items and merging into characters. And I encountered an error once that crashed the game, but none of these problems have happened more than once.
But in the end though, this is quite possibly the best LEGO game ever made.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.7Apr 30, 2014May contain early game spoilers but that's it. That is why I did not tag this review for spoilers:
Alright so I've only played Child ofMay contain early game spoilers but that's it. That is why I did not tag this review for spoilers:
Alright so I've only played Child of Light for just over an hour and a half, so take this with a pinch of salt... Here's whats good, meh, and bad about the game. =]
[ [ The Good ] ]
- Fighting is actually rather challenging, but in a good way and certainly makes turn based combat (which usually is a turn off for me) really engaging because there's actually a timer for how long until the next move, and with "Firefly", a light, you can actually have the advantage and slow enemies' attacks, thus allowing you to attack before your opponent.
- Art style is actually beautiful and it really won't matter what platform you get it on; even on Xbox One, it still looks fantastic and I don't think it would matter on any platform.
- The entire environment craves to be explored and there's some nice secrets to be discovered too =]
[ [ The Meh ] ]
- Your inventory will fill up quite a bit so for a while you'll be waiting for a reason to use potions.
- Not entirely sure where they are going with the story but from what I gather, it might be going down a "Sleeping Beauty" route. After all, the main character's name is "Aurora".
- Controlling Firefly can be a little hard but you'll get used to it... sort of...
[ [ The Bad ] ]
- The dialogue is a little... off. I mean characters try to rhyme with each other and other times it just feels like they're over thinking the dialogue; there are rhymes which just sound cheap.
Overall, still a great experience =]… Expand
Average User Score: 6.3Mar 7, 2012IGN don't know what they're talking about here. Sure, the game has mediocre graphics; its a downloadable game for crying out loud. The gameIGN don't know what they're talking about here. Sure, the game has mediocre graphics; its a downloadable game for crying out loud. The game serves as a real challenge if you play in the hardest mode, where you get very few retries. If you lose all your retries, you go back to where the game last saved. Ammo, food and water is extremely scarce, and when you encounter enemies, sometimes you have to bluff you have a bullet in your gun to fight your way out, something you never actually see in games. Of course if you wait too long, they'll know you're bluffing and go for you. Is it worth it's 1200MSP price? Probably not. 800MSP? Of course.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.6Jan 9, 2012I've already written a full review of this game on Nave360.com so here's a brief summary on whats good and bad. It's a challenging game, andI've already written a full review of this game on Nave360.com so here's a brief summary on whats good and bad. It's a challenging game, and acts like portal in some ways, but is rather short just like Portal. The game is also very expensive for just 3-4 hours of gameplay (perhaps less time depending on how clever you are). Each sector adds something new which is great, but there's not much story in the game. Also when I played, the achievements were bugged.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.4Nov 20, 2011This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Good: The game stays true to the first film, the characters have their own fascinating stories, a couple of interesting cliffhangers, many blood pumping moments and being able to access scenes easily is a great feature.
Bad: The game has many lag problems, a few game mechanic bugs that need sorting out, each episode are a little shorter than you may have thought and why is there no special guest appearance?
Read my full review here: http://www.nave360.com/review/jurassic-park-the-game-pc/… Expand
Average User Score: 8.1Nov 11, 2011I've only played Skyrim for two hours now. I will admit that I hated Oblivion. Couldn't stand it. I even trolled Skyrim for 3/4ths of theI've only played Skyrim for two hours now. I will admit that I hated Oblivion. Couldn't stand it. I even trolled Skyrim for 3/4ths of the year, but I decided to give Skyrim a try... and I will say so much that this game is really really good. There are a few bugs, but so far, they're not ones that may annoy the heck out of you. While there are still character models that tend to look the same, and voice actors that tend to be the same too, this doesn't happen all too frequently. The textures may not be the best out there, they certainly aren't the worst, and from a distance, they blend into the environment really well. I don't know what people are talking about in terms of dodgy controls. You have WASD to move, space to jump and so on. I think the only things that are dodgy using PC controls is that to use your left weapon, you need to click the right side of your mouse, and the same the other way around. But honestly: You can change that around in the control menu. I mean is that really hard? It takes 5 seconds. The other thing about naff controls is lock picking. While using a controller, you can slowly turn the lock, while pressing "A" on a keyboard in lock picking turns the lock real fast, so you could break the pick pretty fast, so you need to be careful. All in all, I cannot wait to spend my weekend on such a surprise. I would also recommend you buy on Steam because by the sounds of it, the retail version sounds like it's broken for the time being.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.3Nov 5, 2011Reading other people's reviews, I wonder how people think the PC version is a 10. Here's many problems I encountered:
1. There are many frameReading other people's reviews, I wonder how people think the PC version is a 10. Here's many problems I encountered:
1. There are many frame rate problems where the frame will slow when going at such a high speed.
2. The fact that this is merely an Xbox 360 port is rather pathetic, especially with the default controls that was set. I'm just glad you can choose your own controls. I mean when I first played the game, the little blue guy was like: Press B to slide, and I was like "What button is B? WHAT BUTTON IS B?!" 3. Quite a few bugs where you can sometimes fall off the map where you're not supposed to when you travel faster than I supposed you should.
There are some good traits. There's some great challenges and there's a few funny moments. There's also many heart pounding moments and the game is very colorful. There's great customization too and so many collectables to be had. There's so much to do, although the game can have it's frustrating moments.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.5Oct 29, 2011This will only be a quick review as my full review will be up on Nave360. This quick review is also based on the game, not the "Origin spys onThis will only be a quick review as my full review will be up on Nave360. This quick review is also based on the game, not the "Origin spys on you **** or any other problems with Origin.
I played on High graphics, and when you saw the graphics from a distance, the game looked fantastic. Of course, the closer you got to graphics, it didn't look as wonderful as you may have thought. Frostbite 2 is great but with it's flaws. Some of the textures disappear right in front of your eyes, characters walk through walls, and I can't believe there's no splash when you walk on water. Literally, the characters look like Jesus just walking on water without a splash. Frostbite 2 is great, but buggy. The SP is rather short. I begun at like 1pm and finished at 9pm the same day (of course I spent 2 hours doing other stuff, so the SP took me about 6 hours). The SP also seemed to have no point to it, as all it had you doing was chasing around meaninglessly for something.
The MP is a lot more fun than Medal of Honors was, but still not perfect. There's only 8 or so maps, which to be honest, a multiplayer game should ship with at least 12 (I know the DLC is coming out soon but that isnt the point). I won't talk about the MP much here but it's decent enough.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.0Jun 10, 2011This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The day this game came out, I had a little bit of sympathy, as there were barely any reviews for the game. So I decided to give this game a try, hoping that because it was a Bethesda game, it would be a hit or a miss game. The result? In the middle really. When the person behind the desk told me a bit about the game, he told me it was a little bit like Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. And he was right: It is a â… Expand