Lego: Builder’s Journey is a game that appeals to the creativity of the player. It not only challenges them to solve puzzles, but also to understand a narrative that unfolds in silence. Its game mechanics are remarkably simple and easy to understand. Overall, an entertaining proposal.
A modest but highly enjoyable and relaxing puzzle game. No references to popular franchises this time, no saving the world. You just use your building skills and brainpower to help a father and son on their atmospheric journey across 35 beautifully rendered levels that look especially striking on ray tracing-capable GPUs. [09/2021, p.63]
One of the best game I have ever played. It's so simple yet so fun and interesting. Puzzles are easy but still really fun, and the story... it's great, I'm ashamed of this, but it made me cry. 10/10, even 11/10. Love this game!
I would have given a 10 but the performance wasn't so awesome on my pc(not terrible, just 40ish fps on average and some stuttering). I have a 2080 super and an i9 9900k.
The story is amazing. So much is told through the subtle movements of the "people" and the environment. Every last part of the game, including the music, adds to the ambience and the story they're telling. It's hard to describe the story exactly, especially without spoilers, so I'll just say it definitely makes you think. Far more than I thought a cute little lego game ever could.
It is very short, but it's also very sweet. One of the best games I've played this year for sure.
LEGO Builder’s Journey is a very relaxing puzzler with some cool concepts and ideas. The game is incredibly serene, as its peaceful tunes and minimalist design are quite relaxing. The integration of ray tracing and Nvidia DLSS make for a visually stunning game. LEGO Builder’s Journey is refreshingly original take on the LEGO series, and represents a direction that I hope to see the franchise head in the future.
Straddling the line between art piece and puzzle game, LEGO Builder's Journey is an experience that focuses on the creativity of play above all else. Kids or adults, Builder's Journey is something that anyone can play. Everyone who does play will take away a slightly different experience.
The experience of a simple, charming Lego adventure in a miniature brick world is severely bogged down by the poor "simplified" controls. What's amazing is they clearly put work into the visual customization and settings for this PC version, but didn't change the awful touchscreen controls coming from the Apple Arcade version. Simply the ability to change the 'rotate' and 'place down' buttons would improve the experience exponentially. Until then, I can't recommend this game for more than $10.
This game is such a letdown, I had been looking forward to the HD port and considering it had a 20 dollar pricetag, I assumed they'd add a level or two, maybe a sandbox at the end. But there's nothing. It's a beautiful experience and I enjoyed every second, but I beat the game in just over an hour, and that was it. If it wasn't enough that it was painfully short and too expensive, the authors are having negative reviews deleted if they get to be the top review.
It's clear that this was just apple throwing money at a company that crumpled under their **** fist. The only nice thing about this game being so damn short is that you can refund it after beating it.
SummaryA story about play, connections and adventure. Step through levels brick by brick with puzzles that ask us to sometimes follow the instructions… and sometimes to be creative and break the rules. Builder’s Journey is a poetic puzzle that takes place in a LEGO® brick world, brought to life with the most accurately rendered LEGO® elements y...