Brick by brick
This was originally published as an unscored 'review in progress' on 11th September as we waited for online play to be added in an announced update. Following an update to add online functionality this review was edited to reflect that feature, with a score applied. When Minecraft first hit the scene years back, many likened playing...
Performance changes! Online! A new icon!
Suffice to say, we weren’t all too impressed with LEGO Worlds when it came out a few weeks ago, as the subpar performance and janky gameplay made it an experience that simply wasn’t all that much fun to play. Even so, we held off on giving it a score until the full experience could be delivered—an...
Well, isn't that nice!
Earlier today we shared a 'Random' post on a slightly naff LEGO Worlds app icon on the Nintendo Switch, which fell into the trap of being rather dull and unimpressive on the HOME screen. Well, hats off to TT Games, because it's owned it and offered a notable improvement. The old logo is below. Here's the...
Lego on the go
The release of LEGO Worlds on the Switch is just around the corner on 5th September. To celebrate this monumental occasion Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have released a teaser trailer with a Switch flavour, which you can view above. The physical version, priced at $39.99, will include two bonus...
The building blocks are in place
LEGO fans have always had plenty of games to enjoy on Nintendo hardware, and so far the Switch has also been getting in on the action. One that was previously confirmed to be on the way is the world-building LEGO Worlds, and now it has a firm release date. It'll arrive in North America on 5th September and...
Retail version will include some free DLC
LEGO Worlds is a relatively unique entry in the IP's video game library, adopting the sandbox / creativity-led approach of titles like Minecraft as opposed to structured action-platforming storytelling. Initially released on PC in early-access while development progressed, it's arrived this year on consoles...
Either a spilled secret or an innocent mistake
A select batch of third-party games are confirmed for the Nintendo Switch, one of which is the re-release of LEGO City: Undercover (also coming to PS4 and Xbox One), with that title having previously been a Wii U exclusive. Inadvertently the Head of Design at Travellers Tales, Arthur Parsons, may have...
Consoles will likely wait for a long time
Just last week rumours began to swirl about a LEGO rival to Minecraft, LEGO Worlds, which was spotted on a flyer included in a new set. The brick-building brand has been expanded even further in gaming recently, with LEGO Dimensions bringing it into the toys-to-life market on Wii U and a range of platforms;...
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