I Dreamed a Dream…
Lego is beloved the world over, and having the ability to play with unlimited pieces is a dream shared by builders old and new, however, for most people who are not millionaires or a direct descendent of Ole Kirk Christiansen, a dream is as far as this gets.
But that needn’t be true while owning an unlimited selection of physical bricks is out of reach for most people.
The entire lego universe is at your fingertips thanks to lego world, one of the most inventive and imaginative lego games to date, unleash your inner master builder and recreate the seven wonders of the world, feeling less inventive?
How about digging a pit and filling it full of LEGO cavemen and monkeys? The entire world is yours to command and explore.
Lego games have an ageless charm all of their own, their quirky cartoony style looks as good in 2020 as ever, having recently played the original Lego Star Wars (2005), I was amazed just how well its held up graphically when compared to modern lego titles, and while there have been refinements to the art style, the core gameplay mechanics and aesthetics have held up well.
Something for Everyone.
Gamers young and old will enjoy the simple quests which teach you how to use the powerful tools at your disposal as you sculpt the world around you.
Collectors will love scouring the galaxy for new Lego Minifigures to unlock and Lego bricks to add to your collection.
Once a Lego brick or Lego Minifigure is found and unlocked (with studs, an entirely in-game currency), you can spawn them in unlimited copies, your only limit is your imagination.
Lego Worlds is a great game for children. However, gamers of all ages and skill levels will enjoy letting their inner architect free, with some builds containing tens of thousands of parts.
Character customization is a huge part of Lego Worlds, and with hundreds of Minifigure parts to unlock, you will never feel restricted by the massive amount of customization possible.
Lego World offers two person co-op, the gameplay remains the same as when in single player, except now you can bring a buddy along, both local and online co-op is supported.
Worth a Play?
Its a fantastic game and one which you will not regret at least giving a try.
Xbox Game Pass.
Lego Worlds, is part of Xbox Game Pass, an ever-growing catalogue of over 100 games that is a great way to try a whole smorgasbord of games, including day one access to all Microsoft first party titles, for just a few dollars a month.