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In this game, you take care of animals by feeding them and playing with them. They even can go swimming in the lake with your animals or take them to school!
She also enjoys going on treasure hunts with her friends.
I got it for her birthday almost a month ago.I have to tell her to read and she has always been a big time reader. Both kids find it hard to understand what to do and get bored almost immediately. Prompt delivery, good game for little girls!
I wasn’t sure about it, but decided to purchase it because she loves the friends legos. Its nice, but she is not in love with it.
I have played this game for her, as she is 5 years old, and cant understand what to do.
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LEGO Lord of the Rings video review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video review of LEGO Lord of the Rings …
Compared to other games, this can be confusing. If you’ve seen the film, then you’ve already witnessed this plot and know exactly what to expect. Missing from this game is the ability to jump, reducing it from a platformer more exclusively to an action game. While the stages encourage multiple plays through in order to find all of the hidden items and collect red bricks and studs which can then be used to unlock new characters and abilities, the campaign can be completed in around five hours when played straight through. Some of the lengthier levels can take up to ten minutes to complete, but others are over and done with in under 20 seconds. This imbalance presents an issue with the game’s pacing, often forcing you to trudge through long stretches in which all you’re doing is fighting off enemies, then suddenly setting you up for an exhilarating race that is over almost as soon as it begins. It’s unfortunate that some of the most entertaining moments are also the most short-lived, but it’s just as easy to jump back in a replay those stages and collect more studs whenever you see fit. This isn’t necessarily a huge part of the game, and it by no means will sway anyone’s decision whether or not to pick this one up over the home console version, but it is a small improvement that adds to the title’s quality and interactivity. The cinematics are bearable, and the audio and voice acting that goes along with them works wonders to improve the overall quality, but everything looks like it has been compressed to much, leaving a grainy and somewhat blotchy display. They are too similar to one another and the gameplay is too shallow.
I just thought it was alright, not excellent.