Julkaistu 13. huhtikuu.
Introducing Emmet and Wyldstyle for another LEGO videogame classic, featuring an all original story with many brand-new heroes, villians and average joes including Emmet. An invigorating new title featuring an exceptional cast including Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Will Ferrell and more!
As a prophecy fore-told of an individuals arrival, who of which is basically the most talented and most awesome person in the universe who will fall into the hands of the antagonist and save the day, an average joe known as Emmet was out of place when he fell into a circumstance. Emmet is a victim of this circumstance, seeking out his own curiosity where he takes on as much as an average joe can plus more. His quest begins when he meets Wyldstyle and falls out of line in what he's supposed to do and becomes a freelance side-kick.
There's no doubt there's some similarities in political nature in this title between it and other games including Wolfenstein: The New Order and Abe's Oddysee among others. In this lego universe, it's enforced what an individual shoudl be doing, and for those that don't there's a system of control and elimination. The themes once put into perspective are quite dark, but it's told in such a way it's a good thing for a child to play, as it would enforce individualism and the benefits of being an individual. All is revealed in a very Matrix way when Emmet can see the whole universe and his maker, and he is transformed to a truly awesome individual.
The game makes a lot of use of the third dimension and plays a lot with camera angled and it even features some 2D platforming areas. It is fantastic fun! Though I loved the entire game including the marvelous characters and story, I must gripe on the graphics rendering engine which feels stretched, rushed and cheap. Luckily it got significantly better after the prologue - as when playing this short segment it just didn't feel up to scratch. After the prologue though you wouldn't even notice this.