LEGO® Star Wars™ III - The Clone Wars™

LEGO® Star Wars™ III - The Clone Wars™

    • -[ Audience: ] - - -

☑ Your mom probably would enjoy this

☐ Kids

☑ Everyone

☐ Everyone except kids

☐ Casual players

☐ Pro players

☐ People who plan to take one game and make it their life

      • [ Graphics/Animation: ] - - -

☐ Potato

☐ Really bad

☐ Bad

☐ Bad, but playable.

☐ Good

☑ Beautiful (for lego)

☐ Masterpiece

–-[ Price: ]–-

☐ Free

☑ Buy now

☐ Worth the price

☐ Wait for sale

☐ Maybe if you have some spare money left

☐ Do not buy it

☐ Do not throw money into a trash can

      • [ Requirements: ] - - -

Real player with 2441.3 hrs in game

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Lego Star Wars III - The Clone Wars follows the TV series: Star Wars - The Clone Wars. How well it does, I don’t know, as I haven’t regularly watched the show. It did, however, let me play through the very few parts of the show I remembered, so I’ll have to leave how well it followed the show to the assumption that it does a decent job.

As for the level design, there are plenty of good levels in this game, but are sadly overshadowed by the abundance of strategic open battlefield levels. You have to destroy enemy bases and build your own. It’s fun and makes for a great side activity to be included (as it did in the game’s Republic Assault missions) but it’s also put in place of some of the actual story missions which just seems a bit lazy to me.

Real player with 71.1 hrs in game

LEGO® Star Wars™ III - The Clone Wars™ on Steam

LEGO® Batman™ 2: DC Super Heroes

LEGO® Batman™ 2: DC Super Heroes

So, I do recommend this game, because it’s wicked fun, especially with two players, but it does have some problems.

I got this game because I’m really into Batman, and I wanted to try to get my 7 year old daughter into it too. I was playing Batman: Arkham City with her, but my wife found out about it, and she was not happy. So, we agreed that this way more kid-friendly game was probably a good compromise. And it is pretty kid-friendly as far as content goes. The characters are fun, and building LEGO stuff in-game to make vehicles and such is a blast. As far as my goal of getting my daughter into Batman, it worked like a charm, and now we’re watching the movies and TV shows, and as soon as she can read I will start getting her some of the old comics. So there’s that.

Real player with 100.8 hrs in game

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If you played the first Lego batman and you liked it then you will definitely love this.

Lego batman 2 improves upon its predecessor in every aspect: you got now voice acting, some of the old suits are combined and there are also new suits for Batman and Robin, more characters to play with including Superman and other Justice League Lego characters, super powers.

The storyline is surprisingly good and even though I was skeptic about the Lego character having a voice, I was impressed by the good voice acting which added to the story.

Real player with 28.1 hrs in game

LEGO® Batman™ 2: DC Super Heroes on Steam

LEGO® DC Super-Villains

LEGO® DC Super-Villains

One of the best lego games I’ve played in years. This game has it all. A spectacular customizer that’s only limited by your imagination, really fun characters to play as, and easily the best story campaign out of any lego game ever made. With fantastic performances from Mark Hamill, Clancy Brown, and more recognizable DC voice actors who reprise their roles from their previous work on other DC animated shows. Plus, this campaign has some of the best level design out of any lego game as well, with many of them having puzzles and challenges that aren’t super hard but aren’t super easy either. It makes a perfect balance that makes the game so accessible to anybody.

Real player with 104.5 hrs in game

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Lego DC Super Villains is essentially Traveller’s Tales' very own original adaptation of the Forever Evil DC Comics storyline. Featuring the Injustice League, League Of Doom, Justice League and a couple surprises. This is the first Lego game all about the bad guys, so this is NOT Lego Batman 4, nor is it meant to replace it. This is more of an evolution of the Villains level section in the very first Lego Batman game, and that is a good thing for many reasons.

If you’re familiar with Lego games, you probably already know that every Lego game has something that sets it apart from other Lego games. Lego DC Super Villains goes a bit further with this though. So… What exactly is different this time around?

Real player with 83.6 hrs in game

LEGO® DC Super-Villains on Steam

LEGO® The Incredibles

LEGO® The Incredibles

It’s common for the average gamer to see a game and automatically dismiss it because it’s based off the film/films but LEGO games have always proved that their movie based games are great and possess lots of unlockables and repayability. If you are familiar with LEGO games, you know that every game has some features which drastically set it apart from one another. Tt games is always trying to raise the bar, LEGO The Incredibles is no excpetion.

What’s different? What separates this game from past LEGO games?

Real player with 38.3 hrs in game

I actually recommended this game in a review a while ago, but I eventually decided to give it the thumbs down. Not because of the gameplay itself, cause the gameplay is fun, but just because the game itself is too short. Lego games made after movies really should have a minimum of 3 movies in it, a trilogy, or it’s too short. For instance, Lego Star Wars has all 6 (and 7), Lego Jurassic World has all 4 movies. I had a feeling this one would be short, because there’s only 2 Incredible movies, but I love the first Incredible movie, and have been waiting for the Lego game, so I decided to give this one a try. It was good, and I kinda liked it at the start, but after a year of owning it, it’s not one of the best Lego games.

Real player with 33.7 hrs in game

LEGO® The Incredibles on Steam

LEGO® Batman™: The Videogame

LEGO® Batman™: The Videogame

Literally a masterpiece. Played the hell out of it on playstation 2. i love going through the story as batman and robin for it to switch at the midway point and do everything again but from the villains POV. Love it. the game will always have a special place.

BUT the PC port is laughable, heaps of gamebreaking bugs and you have to play with VSync on as it effects jumping.

The soundtrack is godtier and it never fails to give me goosebumps.

Real player with 32.8 hrs in game

I am writing this review just so i can complete the badge challenges for the 2021 steam awards

Real player with 15.5 hrs in game

LEGO® Batman™: The Videogame on Steam

The LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie Video Game

The LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie Video Game

It’s time for training and we’re getting started-

It’s on, you know

And we wanna see you whip and shout it-

We rock,

You roll.

They say, go slow

And everything just stands so still

We say, go go!

We’re ready for the fight, we know the drill

Monday morning and we feel defeated,

Seems so long ago

Tuesday’s comin' -

We just keep on beatin

‘Til we’re in our zone

They say, go slow

And everything just stands so still

We say, go go!

You’re gonna see us rip into it,

Just jump up kick back whip around and spin

Real player with 232.2 hrs in game

Another Lego game, and another game based off of a movie. And this one is pretty good all things considered. I’ll be listing off various things about this game that I liked/ didn’t like, and the features that it does and doesn’t have, so chances are I’ll hopefully answer any questions one may have about this game before buying it. So let’s begin.

The story: If you’ve seen the movie, you’ve pretty much seen the game. It even uses clips from the movie in place of cutscenes, which works to some degree but I’ll touch on that later. As such, the main story follows that of the film, and while it does leave some things out, it also places a lot in. For instance, you get a lot more character with Jay when you play as him and Lloyd in the second act. And it makes the film just a little bit weaker in comparison, and I kinda like that, as I mentioned before, it gives him a bit more character. There are other scenes like that, but sadly not many.

Real player with 22.4 hrs in game

The LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie Video Game on Steam

LEGO® Batman™ 3: Beyond Gotham

LEGO® Batman™ 3: Beyond Gotham

Although not the best of the Batman series (I believe the first one cannot be beat), this is pretty enjoyable.

Things I like

  • Character Roster. The roster has a lot of variety and plenty of people to chose from. I feel though maybe taking out some of the generic lanterns and putting more iconic lanterns instead as rewards would’ve been cooler.

  • ADAM WEST. Probably my favorite part, I really liked thses rescue missions and the special mission. These are the very deffinition of charming.

-Flying. The controls are a definite improvement over the last one, at least the one on the Wii (aka take this with a grain of salt)

Real player with 128.0 hrs in game

As I write this review the Arrow DLC still has yet to drop so I’m basing this on having 100% this game with the current three dlcs out with the season pass. First and foremost let me say how much I hated the storyline in this game. For me it was the worst of all the lego games I’ve played (the other Batmans, Harry Potter, Marvel, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean, Lego Movie). I will admit my biggest problem is that I’m not a big DC person. I only like a few characters and Batman is one of them so when I buy a game called Lego Batman I expect the storyline to be promeniently about Batman. This wasn’t that. This was Lego Green Lantern or Lego DC Universe but it wasn’t Lego Batman. I realize that they probably called it that to make more money but it really irks me. Don’t get me wrong I still had fun with the game, as I do with all the lego games. I was just really looking forward to a batman centric story. That being said I did not run into as many glitches as others have complained about. I also played this game with the XBOX wired controller for Windows and never had a single problem with the controls as some other people have said. The controller worked fine for me and I played all nearly 70 hours with it.

Real player with 70.7 hrs in game

LEGO® Batman™ 3: Beyond Gotham on Steam

LEGO® City Undercover

LEGO® City Undercover

In my opinion this is by far the most entertaining out of all the Lego games. Both my son and I have spent a lot of hours in it. The story line is pretty long, and there is a ridiculous amount of activities and unlockable items. Activity completion is tracked with gold bricks, of which there is something like 500 of them. After 80 hours of gameplay we have only reached 220.

The detail level is amazing. The environment is a large city with a mix of destructable Lego builds and more conventional FPS terrain. I like that all the vehicles are Lego builds, and all have working damage and physics effects. For instance driving a semi w/trailer acts the way you would expect, including trying to move a trailer in reverse, or running across uneven terrain. You can even hop in the driver seat of the commuter train. And there is a working roller coaster. So much detail.

Real player with 204.2 hrs in game

Lego City: Undercover


In terms of a story driven game, it’s good. I really like the humour and nods to moves, TV shows, genres, songs, other games, and of course Lego.

You are Chase McCain. Detective & undercover policeman extraordinaire. You ride into Lego City on a silver… ocean freighter… and save the day! … But do you get the girl? O_O I guess you’ll have to play it to find out.

I don’t know if the directors / voice actors took queues from the Simpsons, but there were times that felt very reminiscent of that.

Real player with 123.2 hrs in game

LEGO® City Undercover on Steam

LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game

LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game

I think this is the shortest of the LEGO games I’ve played - only took 23 hours to get to 100%.

But short does not equal bad, in this case. There’s still plenty enough content, and this is a good solid LEGO game. Some minor flaws (plus the death of the character customizer as an actually fun tool), but nothing glaring. It does a good job of combining the gameplay of the older, classic games with the fresh coat of paint of the newer games. Great work done with balancing of character abilities. No voice acting yet. I’m not super fond of hiding all of the extras in the hub, but it’s okay. Only five levels per movie this time, but balanced out by the fact that there are four movies. On the whole, a good fun game.

Real player with 51.0 hrs in game

One of the most fun LEGO games I have played. Would definitely recommend if you want to chill and have fun.

===[Player Bases]===

☐ Kids

☑ Everyone

☐ Casual players

☐ Pro players

☐ Hackers


☐ Potato

☐ Really bad

☐ Bad

☐ OK

☑ Good

☐ Beautiful

☐ Masterpiece


☑ Full price

☐ Wait for sale

☐ Average

☐ Refund it if you can

☐ Don’t do it

☐ Free


☐ 90’ PC

☑ Minimum

☐ Medium

☐ Fast

☐ High end

☐ NASA computer


☐ You just need 2 arms

Real player with 28.0 hrs in game

LEGO® Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game on Steam

LEGO® STAR WARS™: The Force Awakens

LEGO® STAR WARS™: The Force Awakens

Hmm, how do I review such an awesome game… There’s so much to talk about…

Warning, this is very long, mate


It’s like all other Lego games in most ways; you go through the story of the movie the game is based on, destroy things and Lego studs pop out, you use them to buy characters and vehicles and upgrades (most commonly known as “Red Bricks”).

There are some things that set it apart a bit from other Lego games though.


The game has really good graphics. The shadows and textures and water and all are really good. It runs smooth and all the places look like from the movie.

Real player with 178.3 hrs in game

TL;DR: I enjoyed it and would recommend! I was a real fan of the actors coming back and voicing new lines, the space/air combat, and I found the length of the game to be satisfying (took me 33 hours to achieve 100% completion).

“There has been an awakening in your wallet. Have you felt it?”

Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is my first venture into a Lego video game since Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars; I bring this up because I’ll be covering some features that are new to me, but may not be new to the Lego video games. Before I go over the ‘new’ mechanics, I’d like to address a concern I had about the game and that some of you who are reading this may be having: the other Lego Star Wars games covered three or more episodes -or what existed of a TV show at the time- but this only covers a single film, so this one is probably on the short side compared to the others, right?

Real player with 33.1 hrs in game

LEGO® STAR WARS™: The Force Awakens on Steam