LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens beautifully captures both the authenticity and excitement of the film. In addition to its cute and intelligent representations of people and places of Awakens The strength, the new Star Wars LEGO same tests knowledge and attention to detail of the more obsessed fan.
Unsurprisingly, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens works similar to the previous LEGO games, with puzzles for children and humor for everyone. The new systems allow more experimentation, as the construction of many different objects using the same pile of LEGO pieces found in the environment.
Finn, Rey, BB-8, and the rest of the distribution of more than 200 characters have distinctions that make them unique, both in terms of how they fight and what they can do. The agile Rey sails better with the help of his staff, but needs a droid to power some generators to open new routes.
There is also an intense understanding of what makes Star Wars on the big screen, next to what makes special LEGO games. A menacing, familiar Kylo Ren voice-over ends with an embarrassing look at a teenager’s bedroom complete mess with Darth Vader posters and souvenirs. Tonale, Tales Developer Traveler gets even. On a more granular level, you’ll see hints of lingering hardcore fandom in the background, and fight enemies less known that you might have learned more about the Force Awakens art book or Visual Dictionary.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens just feels like it has more options as it is more open than previous games in the series, no doubt inspired by the latest superhero inputs and LEGO Dimensions. Curiously, it more than any other LEGO game feels like it does not need fixing LEGO at all – almost all of the game is a beautiful realistic representation of the universe, with little LEGO people running and jokes. But if this is as close as we’ll ever get to an official tie-in game for the film, at least it is also promising, charming and entertaining as Awakens LEGO Force already has the ability to be.