f you are a fan of the Lego games from the past, then this game is for you. If you are a fan of Ninjago then this game is for you and if you are a fan of both then this game is perfect for you.
The first thing that I noticed when I started the game is the voice of Sensei Wu is different but do not worry, the voice acting by Jackie Chan in the video game is just as good when you get to grips with the change.
As with any Lego game there are fun things to do as well as follow the story line, you collect studs, unlock new characters, and explore. The collectables such as golden bricks offer a fun side challenge and when coupled with the easy to master combat system the game feels like a true Lego game.
As good as the game sounds so far, there are draw backs. Cut scenes and interruptions by the levelling system are very annoying and even make you lose gems on occasion. As good as the levelling system is I would prefer to be able to play the game and level at the end of the story chapter not in the middle of a fight.
The puzzles offered throughout the game get repetitive after a while and rather boring. Imagine you are in the zone, just won an epic fight, collect a bag full of gems, then turn around the corner just to find a puzzle you have completed 10 times before.
All in all the game is worth a play if you like the franchise, TV show or even both. For first time players of the franchise, the game is easy enough to master and has a tutorial system, however, for veterans of the game series, after a while it may seem boring. But no matter what age you are or how experienced you are with video games, this is worth a play.