Aussie-Nintendo: Lego Battles Review

Lego Battles will keep players occupied for quite a while, although most of the time you'll spend in the game will be searching for the hidden collectibles rather than completing objectives, so a fair amount of patience is required – it'd be a good time-killer for long car trips etc. There's over 90 levels to complete in the Story Mode alone, and another 30 for multiplayer and Free Play battles; there's a lot to explore and plenty of extra units and maps to unlock.

If you've played any other RTS games there's not a lot that's different in Lego Battles, and the Touch Screen controls can be uncooperative at times, but despite its flaws it's still worth a look if you're a Lego or RTS fan.

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