It was released on 9 June 2009 for the Nintendo DS. LEGO Battles review Pirates, soldiers, and spacemen hit the real-time strategy bricks with mixed results By Cameron_Lewis 15 June 2009 Comments Hey guys, this is Insanity reviewing LEGO Battles. Lego Battles is a video game developed by Hellbent Games and co-published by TT Games Publishing.
The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 1 scored review and 1 review total. The vexing pathfinding issues and slow-witted friendly AI are often frustrating, but the solid core mechanics and humorous Lego charm make the light strategy of Lego Battles fun and rewarding. This review, then, will be of two parts. System: DS: Review Rating Legend: Dev: Hellbent Games: 1.0 - 1.9 = Avoid: 4.0 - 4.4 = Great: Pub: Warner Bros. Interactive: 2.0 - 2.4 = Poor: 4.5 - 4.9 = Must Buy: Release: Jun. LEGO Battles is more of a "my first real time strategy" game … Lego Battles Review. There are a total of three different stories in the game, each with the option of playing as the protagonists or the antagonists.
It doesn't have a score so far. He's 6 so I figured that I would take it back for a month so he can play some more Pokemon Platinum. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. It was released on 9 June 2009 for the Nintendo DS.
Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. … I fired this … Summary: LEGO Battles pulls three LEGO themes together to create a unique extension of the LEGO build-and-play experience that stays true to the customization and humor that are the foundation of LEGO videogames. There are 6 different quests (one for the protagonists and one for the antagonists of each story), with 15 different levels in each quest. Ignoring the Lego element of the game at first, Lego Battles does a remarkably good job of implementing real time strategy on the DS. LEGO Battles Review . LEGO Battles offers a new kind of “build and battle” LEGO gameplay. I written a couple of reviews about six months ago and trying to get back reviewing good and decent games. While the game has some detractors- for example, the sameness of the missions, the small battles (I'm guessing because hardware limitations) and intermittently wonky controls- it is a very fun set of campaigns and highly addictive. Starting Statement I bought this game for my little cousin because he loves Lego.
And now the battles are available on the Nintendo DS, instead of just your imagination.
Shortly, he gave it back to me and told me I don't understand it.
10, 2009: 2.5 - 2.9 = Average: 5.0 = The Best: Players: 1-2 : 3.0 - 3.4 = Fair: ESRB Rating: Everyone: 3.5 - 3.9 = Good: Although the gameplay is fun and very solid, there were a few things that could have been done better. … LEGO Battles is LEGO set 4580305-1. IGN's LEGO Battles review (published on June 19, 2009) Score: 7.0 Verdict: If LEGO charm and pantomimed humor is reason enough for you to play a game, then there is plenty of it in LEGO Battles. LEGO Battles offers a new kind of "build and battle" LEGO gameplay. Through six distinct story lines, players build their own LEGO bases and battle teams as they engage in … We know this set was released in 2009, and it is categorised in Gear.