I like the majority of the Lego computer game (Lego Batman 1 and the two Indiana Jones games being the only ones I don't like). I wasn't going to get this game, but every time I saw an industrial I laughed. I decided to get the game at the last 2nd so I purchased it in the shop this morning. I've just been with a number of levels but this is an actually enjoyable world with a lot of enjoyable characters plus some interesting places right now.
All right, I've finished the primary game play and am now doing "clean-up." My preferred thing about Lego computer game is the clean-up. I have a coz that typically plays them with me-- and he likes the levels. I'm specifically the reverse. I'm actually delighting in this world and I'm truly taking pleasure in playing the game. The storyline is practically precisely the like the film (which makes sense) however the game play is as amusing and just as addictive as all the others. So, while I delighted in the game play I'm truly looking forward to cleanup now.
I'm somebody that will focus on this video game up until I get it up to 100 percent. I do it with all the Lego games-- even if I have to go back months later. I'm still stuck on a couple of things for Lego Wonder (I have issues with flying, I have no idea why). I understand I will be enjoying this game any time I have time over the next few weeks to mop it up and, from exactly what I can mention to, I'm going to delight in every single minute of it.
I'm currently doing cleanup-- and I'm delighting in the experience of doing it. The truth is, I discover a wicked sense of enjoyment of making Batman fight beside a mummy. I cannot explain it. The game is such a collection of wonder, I simply cannot state enough. So, yes, a week later-- I'm still having a grand time with the game. With a three-day weekend coming up, I'm thinking the game is going to detract from spring cleaning. That's both a true blessing and a curse.
While I like the main character, I'm truthfully a lot of ecstatic about playing with Batman and Wonder Woman again. I'm easy to please like that.
Today I cannot wait for Lego the Hobbit. Bring it on.
Okay, I'm about 75 percent finished with the game (sadly, reality keeps invading my game playing). I do have one grievance-- and that it exits’ no gold brick detector. I have actually concerned rely on them when playing Lego games-- and I do miss it. There's no character token sensor either-- and as I'm missing out on three personalities, that might be available in helpful at this point.
Also, I keep seeing individuals publishing evaluations sharing they completed the primary game dip into 35 percent. I think that one individual really completed the primary game dip into 35 percent and uploaded that and everyone else is swiping that number when they didn't actually play the game. The fact is, I completed the main game play at 16 percent-- which was consisting of getting a number of characters-- so it wasn't just straight game play. I think that's a huge disparity from the 35 percent everybody else keeps uploading. I think it's too much of a coincidence that everybody keeps publishing the same number-- when it would be practically impossible for all these odd customers to hit the exact same number in a video game where you need to gather a lot of things. I'm simply sharing.