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Submitted by leonHurley 515d ago | review

Lego Legends Of Chima: Laval’s Journey PS3 review – Kiddie-friendly block ‘n’ roll OPM

OPM: Don’t worry if the title’s left you baffled. If, like me, you’re less-than-up on what’s currently down with the kids, you could be forgiven for not knowing in advance that Legends Of Chima is the Danish brick-peddler’s latest ‘theme’ of toys for parents to be pestered into purchasing. It’s also the latest block-based outing from Traveller’s Tales, combining familiar staples from games past – platforming and puzzling, with a dash of combat for good measure – into a handheld offering that’s fun for big kids as well as small, albeit in fewer ways. (LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval’s Journey, PS3) 7/10

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