A fantastic orchestral soundtrack and an exuberant Peter Seafinowicz on voiceover duties, as well as classic gibberish dialogue like the LEGO games of old and all manner of quirky noises. What's not to like?
Everything (EVERYTHING) is made out of LEGO bricks, lending LEGO Worlds a wonderfully tactile look. The only issues are in the occasionally chugging frame rate and sometimes sloppy draw distance. Otherwise, this will slap a big smile on your face.
Sure the building controls can be a mite fiddly, but other than that, LEGO Worlds effectively plays like any other LEGO game. Precision isn't the game's strong suit, but a little patience will ensure you can build the LEGO model of your dreams.
It's a LEGO game, so you can punch stuff, shoot things, zip around with a grapple gun, ride creatures, drive vehicles and more. Add to that the ability to build whatever you please and LEGO Worlds is a winner. It's massive and it's all delivered in a slick, accessible manner. Lovely.
Funny, offbeat achievements are in abundance, but they're drowning in a sea of brick collecting grindiness. You're going to have to really put in the hours if you want to accumulate 1 billion studs and collect 100 gold bricks. And that's just for starters.