Those satisfying LEGO-ey sounds are still in abundance and the jaunty music is a joy. Some of the imitations of the movie's cast can be a bit 'off', though.
Typically shiny and tactile, TT Games is, of course, adept at rendering the eponymous plastic bricks, and rendering lovely, colourful worlds with them. Looking at The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame is guaranteed to raise a smile.
At a fundamental level, LEGO Movie 2 isn't a huge sweeping change. You still press one button to fight, and there are checkpoint races, studs to collect and the usual activities. But it's all good fun.
A generous number of planets make up the Systar System, and there are even some bonus extra 'Explorer Worlds' to visit too, a few of which are taken from the original LEGO movie. Loads to see and do, but you'll still feel an overarching sense of repetition a lot of the time.
Another solid LEGO list, albeit one that requires 100% completion once again. That means collecting every one of the 475 sparkly purple Master Bricks, which will take a good couple of dozen hours or so. Some more creative tasks in here wouldn't have gone amiss.