Whatever the future holds, Lego 2K Drive is already a complete package--a raucous arcade racer that marries elements of open-world racing and kart racing and wraps it all in a bright, playful Lego package. It has enough real racing bona fides to satisfy adults, but the most pleasant surprise is how its combination of humor, explosive action, and robust building tools will make you feel like a kid again.
LEGO 2K Drive is, to use a LEGO classic, awesome. The automatic morphing between vehicles is a stroke of genius - keeping races varied and entertaining. Each track offers a new challenge, and the various hubs of Bricklandia are certain to keep you busy for hours on end, all whilst honing your skills at the same time. LEGO 2K Drive is a classic in the making. Visual Concepts have cruised along the track to victory.
Bricklandia is a wonderful setting to explore, and it’s clear that the level designers in particular have gone all out in dreaming up the most playful LEGO world they could imagine. Decent kart racing and an abundance of the goofy sense of humour that’s become a defining aspect of LEGO media bring said world to life, and the car building tools introduce an unexpected amount of depth for dedicated builders. Monetisation and open-world fatigue hold 2K Drive back from greatness, but for kids of all ages with some time to kill, it’s a lot of fun.
A highly enjoyable and delightfully chaotic racer is drowned in open-world mush that does little to enhance the core point of Lego 2K Drive. Nothing’s truly awful about that side of it, but it does drag down the fun levels of the racing itself.
LEGO 2K Drive is not at the level of a LEGO game, it feels very empty and boring after a few hours. The sound and graphics could be better, also not one of all the technology of the PS5 in a correct way. It does not feel like an original game, the most valuable thing about the game is the multiplayer mode but it is not enough to cover up all the bad things that the game has.
So first off, really fun arcade kart racer. Love the world's, though I hope they add more variety as the game progresses. Looks good, plays good, can build anything you want, pure fun. Very child friendly but who cares? I miss having silly stories like this.
Now as for microtransactions, people are up in arms over ****? Everything can be bought with in game money which isn't hard to get if you play the game and a lot of the stuff is pointless to buy other than the sets which already got them all. Seriously don't get the hate. Microtransactions shouldnt be in a paid game but just don't buy stuff. And for all the people worried about kids, I have this one simple ****'t attach your credit card to the account! Wow, so easy! Should there be microtransactions? No. Is it game ruining? No, not at all.
Overall fun game, my favorite kart racer in years. Might be a bit pricey for some but for me was worth it, others may want to wait for a sale
LEGO 2K Drive is a great way to spend some time until the next Mario Kart arrives, putting the license to good use while also delivering an immersive and fun to explore world for a wide range of ages. Without it´s abysmal microtransactions and a little more creative track design, it could have been great instead just good.
Colourful, varied biomes filled with charm and personality; Nails the fundamentals of its driving mechanics; Uninterrupted driving creates a great sense of constant momentum; Creation tools boast a vast array of options and are a lot of fun to use.
Inconsistent AI; Lack of challenge devalues ancillary gameplay systems; Dull and unengaging open world content; Story mode's structure is a little grindy and repetitive; Bland humour.
Clearly, LEGO 2K Drive is an uneven experience. There’s a lot to like about it, and there’s no denying that at it’s core, it can be legitimately fun. All of that comes with caveats though. While the driving is fun, the races are held back by inconsistent AI. While the open world maps are great to look at and drive around in, the content they’re packed with is not the most compelling. While I like how approachable and charming the game is, it caters to younger audiences so much that it ends up feeling a little shallow. At least there’s the whole creation and customization aspect, which is one area where LEGO 2K Drive is a triumph without any reservations. Ultimately, if you’re looking for an arcade-style racer that can lay legitimate claim to the Mario Kart throne, this will probably leave you disappointed, but if all you want is a fun and laid-back (if unremarkable) racing game, then you’re in luck, because that’s precisely what LEGO 2K Drive is.
As an avid LEGO fan and enthusiastic gamer, I was initially excited to try out the LEGO racing game. The game offers a colorful and enjoyable world where young players can race their favorite LEGO vehicles in exciting competitions. However, while there are some positive aspects to this game, it falls short due to both the developer's greediness in implementing hidden content behind microtransactions and technical limitations that affect its performance.
The child-friendly atmosphere of the game remains its strongest point. The vibrant LEGO worlds and adorable characters create an enchanting setting for young players. The controls, although relatively easy to learn, do not compensate for the technical shortcomings that become apparent during gameplay. Even with powerful PC hardware, the game tends to run rather poorly, resulting in subpar performance that detracts from the overall experience.
Furthermore, the negative impact of the microtransactions exacerbates the disappointing technical limitations. Hiding game content behind paywalls is particularly frustrating in a game targeted at children. It creates a sense of imbalance and undermines the enjoyment of the gameplay. The constant interruptions for additional purchases hinder the immersion and disrupt the flow of the game.
Although the graphics are appealing and the music is cheerful, the technical issues prevent players from fully appreciating these positive aspects. The selection of vehicles and characters is somewhat diverse, offering kids the opportunity to discover their favorites. However, it's disheartening that some of these options are locked behind additional payments, further diminishing the overall experience.
In conclusion, the LEGO racing game falls short of its potential and earns a mediocre rating. Despite its child-friendly atmosphere, enjoyable races, and opportunities for creativity, the technical limitations and greedy monetization practices significantly impact the overall experience. Parents should be aware of the technical issues and the game's monetization strategy, taking necessary precautions to protect their children from unwanted purchases. It is regrettable that the game's potential for fun and entertainment is marred by both technical and business-related shortcomings.
Теперь моя самая не любимая лего игра. Во первых гонки, смысл лего гонок когда есть более лучшие. Полностью на английском, нет русского языка. Из плюсов это смешной сюжет и приятная графика. Но всё же я фанат классических лего игр по типу Lego Indiana Jones или Lego Batman
SummaryWelcome to Bricklandia, home of a massive open-world LEGO® driving adventure. Race anywhere, play with anyone, build your dream rides, and defeat a cast of wild racing rivals for the coveted Sky Trophy!
In LEGO 2K Drive, your awesome transforming vehicle gives you the freedom to speed seamlessly across riveting racetracks, off-road terr...