Nintendo Switch Calendar #21: LEGO Worlds micro-review

Avvocato fallimentare: cosa fa e come trovarlo

Bricks under the tree: from the Advent Calendar comes a small review for LEGO Worlds, one of the essential Switch

We have already had the opportunity to speak well of LEGO Worlds in the past, but this time we will stop for one micro-review… well, less “micro”. Little confession: Yours truly vowed never to rebuild (pun intended) the same mammoth LEGO game collection seen on his Xbox 360 previously. You can imagine how that turned out. And convict was just this game, and TT Games who did a phenomenal job (for the writer, at least) in giving videogame dignity to the purest flavor of Danish toys. Yes, because we’ve seen a lot of drinks, dedicated to various franchises. And never that anyone thought of the water that started it all!

LEGO Worlds, fifth review of the Nintendo Switch Calendar

The purity of LEGO Worlds lies precisely in giving the player access to some of the many sets that have made Denmark’s plastic output famous, however going beyond any coherent storyline. We have to help the occasional NPC achieve his goal, but it all makes for a merry excuse to give us access to as many bricks as we want. The sensation is that of finding ourselves inside an episode of LEGO Masters, with dozens of drawers and thousands of pieces at our disposal. If we then add the same platforming seen elsewhere in TT Games’ spectacular portfolio, there really is something to rejoice.

The reason why we gave this title a place of honor in the Nintendo Switch Advent Calendar it is the sum of its parts. The experience can be summed up as a hybrid between the action of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, the spontaneous generation of objects of Scribblenauts, the construction of LEGO Bricktales and the aesthetics of Minecraft. It is normal, then, that to enjoy the best of these elements it is necessary to consult the respective titles. But if LEGO Worlds can’t, realistically, replace these illustrious video games in their duties, it certainly manages to give a taste of each different quality. And the result knows more than lavish aperitif than a miserable appetizer.

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