AVault: LEGO Battles Review

LEGO Battles puts on a strong front, but fun simply isn't this game's strong point. It's a humdrum, rinse-and-repeat cycle. It has very little personality, and nothing sticks out as memorable. Also, the game flows poorly, mostly caused by the control scheme. The stylus isn't responsive enough to help you issue quick orders, and selecting anything but a whole group in a battle is a nuisance. As it stands, you'd be better off buying real LEGOs than trying LEGO Battles. Your own creativity would probably last you longer than the 10 minutes of fun this game provides.

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