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  • Summary: LEGO Worlds is an open environment of procedurally-generated Worlds made entirely of LEGO bricks which you can freely manipulate and dynamically populate with LEGO models. Create anything you can imagine one brick at a time, or use large-scale landscaping tools to create vast mountain rangesLEGO Worlds is an open environment of procedurally-generated Worlds made entirely of LEGO bricks which you can freely manipulate and dynamically populate with LEGO models. Create anything you can imagine one brick at a time, or use large-scale landscaping tools to create vast mountain ranges and dot your world with tropical islands. Drop in prefabricated structures to build and customize any world to your liking. Explore using helicopters, dragons, motorbikes or even gorillas and unlock treasures that enhance your gameplay. Watch your creations come to life through characters and creatures that interact with you and each other in unexpected ways. In LEGO Worlds, anything is possible! Expand
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 20
  2. Negative: 0 out of 20
  1. Mar 17, 2017
    80
    LEGO Worlds may not be built on the mighty foundation of survival and building, but the content in place is certainly a welcome addition. Whilst the quests could certainly do with a little more inspiration, it will be the infinite Master Builder possibilities, with the many thousands of LEGO bricks available, that you’ll be remembering this classic for.
  2. Mar 10, 2017
    80
    Stupidly enjoyable and endlessly charming, LEGO Worlds is the gift that keeps on giving with different biomes – jungles, spooky forests, deserts, swamps, candy lands with gingerbread men and more - an adventure filled with quests and infinite scope to make whatever you want. LEGO Worlds is fantastic.
  3. Mar 16, 2017
    77
    A successful take on the sandbox genre for LEGO games, giving the player great freedom and powerful - even if a little bit too imprecise - tools to modify everything in the game's worlds.
  4. Mar 15, 2017
    70
    LEGO Worlds can be a bit hit-or-miss. The game has switched up the series' formula and it is refreshing to be let loose and explore the vast amount of worlds on offer. The freedom that comes with all of the creative tools makes for an enjoyable experience as you explore and the addition of dungeons adds a new layer of challenge that LEGO games have never seen before. With all of this exploration, though, comes regular lag and slow texture pop-in. This causes the long hunt for gold bricks to be an even longer one but it's nothing exceedingly drastic. It's a disappointment that to create your own world you need to first amass a great number of these bricks, meaning that a feeling of repetition will creep in eventually. Despite these issues, hopping into your rocket and soaring through the galaxy for more discoveries can still be a worthwhile adventure.
  5. Mar 21, 2017
    70
    LEGO Worlds is a game that allows players to explore amazing worlds, live all kinds of adventures, create whatever you want and share your creations with the world. The only limit is your imagination.
  6. Mar 20, 2017
    65
    LEGO Worlds sounds like a dream, but truthfully it is not a good game. Minecraft is simply better. As are other LEGO games. You can build a lot, but it is all too repetitive.
  7. Official Xbox Magazine UK
    Apr 15, 2017
    50
    Struggling with the camera ruins the imaginative ideas at the core of this Lego installment. [May 2017, p.88]

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  1. Positive: 6 out of 11
  2. Negative: 3 out of 11
  1. Mar 15, 2017
    10
    I played this game on the PC during early access and got the reward once it became the game it is for now. Minecraft players will find thisI played this game on the PC during early access and got the reward once it became the game it is for now. Minecraft players will find this game lacks some of the finesse that Minecraft has when it comes to sandbox gaming. I love LEGO games in general and actually find Minecraft boring compared to this game. I guess I am a LEGO fan through and through. I have waited for a LEGO game and now we have it. It is not perfect, but it will do until LEGO works out some of its bugs. A cool feature that was available during early access was the ability to build things in Lego Digital Designer then port them over to the actual game. I hope this is still an option because I want to build a pirate ship so badly! LDD may be a better choice for those who are challenged or intimidated by the building features LEGO Worlds offers. Please also remember if not for LEGO there would be no MInecraft!!! Great job LEGO for thinking inside the sandbox on this one. Expand
  2. Jun 2, 2017
    9
    Best Lego game in years. I would have given this game a 10 but the need to use your phone to read codes caused me to knock a point off.Best Lego game in years. I would have given this game a 10 but the need to use your phone to read codes caused me to knock a point off. There is tonnes of content in this game and fun to be had even after getting all achievements. The characters are not voiced but mumble like the original games and this works really well. I am not a fan of Mine Craft and so was reluctant to buy this game but it is nothing like a Mine Craft game. It is a true Lego game with lots of exploration and finding bricks with many Easter Eggs and humour. Well worth the asking price and really worth twice what is costs in the fun it provides. Expand
  3. Mar 9, 2017
    9
    It will get compared to Minecraft even though it is it's own game. I would give it a 10 but the game does have a bunch of bugs as of 3/9/17It will get compared to Minecraft even though it is it's own game. I would give it a 10 but the game does have a bunch of bugs as of 3/9/17 that need to be patched out. It's a great game if you like minecraft but didn't care to much about the crafting and love Legos.
    You unlock stuff by using the discover tool and then you can by it with money that you find during the game. There are also hidden chests that give money, tools, etc.
    The AI does interact with each other in interesting ways. Nothing like seeing a zombie pirate riding a alligator chasing a person around.
    The game at this point is only two players, either local splitscreen or online. Hopefully TT will fix this and patch in a bigger amount of people in a world.
    There are FPS drops that really do suck. I am one that can play through those but it's something I am sure TT could send a patch to fix.
    TT does plan on adding more and more to the game so it will be interesting to see where it will end up in the future. I know as it is now me and my fiancee are having a blast to play.
    Also since I have seen some people complain about this but there is a creative mode you can unlock after you collect 100 gold pieces. I don't know why TT did this other then to maybe let you see the different ways you can do things before you go off on your own.
    I reccommend this game to people who want a laid back game that allows you to build with legos like in real life. It's not perfect but the issues are things that TT can patch and fix up. Hopefully more people will buy it so TT will continue years and years of improvements like Minecraft has had done.
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  4. Mar 8, 2017
    8
    Its Lego meets Minecraft but with more emphasis on exploring. Can you make your own world? Absolutely. Can you make it the way you want? NotIts Lego meets Minecraft but with more emphasis on exploring. Can you make your own world? Absolutely. Can you make it the way you want? Not really well at least not themed unless they released a group of seeds to what certain themes are besides from the ones pre built such as Pirate land. I have only unlocked 15 gold bricks. When I did a world I got a volcano world with water, Excavators and Science workers along with rock trolls, scorpions, and spiders. it made a little sense. Then I did a random seed and I got a junk car world with a mixture of people that didn't belong there like a Jewel thief. But all in all its a fun game. You have enemies that will attack you. You have to discover items to unlock and buy them with studs. You could easily compare this to No man's sky. You can do your thing explore what you want then move on to the next planet or you can build and build until your heart's content like Mine Craft. Its great for the whole family or for young kids. I got nostalgic from when I was a kid and combined my lego sets. Nice memories that now come to life. Its definitely a must buy and hopefully they will support this game with dlc and offer stuff like Batman or Marvel or DC. The bad guys will fight the good guys on their own. Good stuff Expand
  5. Sep 9, 2018
    7
    A fun and distracting game that is a blast in short spurts. I love building in this game and it is always exciting to unlock new bricks. NoA fun and distracting game that is a blast in short spurts. I love building in this game and it is always exciting to unlock new bricks. No stress, with this game just relax and be creative. Expand
  6. Mar 9, 2017
    6
    LEGO World
    No Man’s Sky is back
    You start the game out customizing your astronaut with extremely limited options, and then skydive into the
    LEGO World
    No Man’s Sky is back
    You start the game out customizing your astronaut with extremely limited options, and then skydive into the first world…
    It’s here you learn that you’re destined to become a master builder…
    your ship is wrecked and you need to go gather materials to get it working again.
    Sound familiar?
    This game is literally LEGO No Mans Sky, without the deformed creatures walking around…
    Except it actually has a co-op mode that it isn’t lying about
    you can player either local or online with your psn friends… no randoms
    You whole point of the game is to complete tasks in exchange for a golden block…
    And as you progress through the game and collect more blocks you unlock new tools which in tern unlock new quest types…
    You have a discovery tool which you use to scan to items and animals in the world.. this tool allows you to shoot and place these items anywhere in the world…
    there’s a paint tool to change the color of items...
    a copy tool that allows you to select a structure in the world and save it to bring it with you..
    a land scape tool to alter the landscape,, raise it, lower it, change it, remove it, and finally the build tool that allows you to freely build items brick by brick
    You run around and complete the handful of tasks these residents need, they give you a golden block in return and you can either explore or go to a new random world…
    the game also gives you a preview before you land so you can constantly search for something else if you aren’t happy with the procedurally generated planet you get…
    unfortunately.. This is all the game is...
    and because of that it gets boring fast and loses its charm fast…
    The worlds are extremely small when you start out… they gradually increase in size when you hit the mile stones of collecting 25,50,and 80 blocks.. Eventually having multiple bio domes...
    The issue though is that the game isn’t fun enough to entice players to make it that far… to have to travel to anywhere from 25 to 80 different planets doing the same boring tasks to eventually be able to play on these larger maps or even collect 100 to unlock the ability to create your own world…
    And because this is so no man’s sky where its land, explore, and go… there’s no incentive to build…
    there’s no reason to collect all of these items and animals and build a fortress on a planet.. because you’re leaving it all behind after you’re done painting some gingerbread man’s lollipop for the 18th time
    basically you’re solving problems with Legos on randomly generated planets that all look practically identical that are no fun to explore…
    ride animals, vehicles….
    explore caves for treasures to unlock new weapons to deal with rogue Lego creatures…
    rinse and repeat until your bored.
    it didn’t take me long…
    And that’s sad because the game opens with such charm and character…
    The rest of the game should’ve been just as handcrafted as its opening with increasing challenge to your task at hands…
    But instead they tried to chase Minecraft and no man’s sky, and fell on their face
    I give LEGO Worlds
    a 6/10
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  7. Mar 16, 2017
    0
    Boring. and SHAME to TT Games for closing LEGO DIMENSIONS for this **** . Another **** company after Disney. GG i hope this game will sellBoring. and SHAME to TT Games for closing LEGO DIMENSIONS for this **** . Another **** company after Disney. GG i hope this game will sell very little copies. Expand

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