L E G O S I N S P A C E T O: Atack of the Flours
Posted Apr 01 2013 - 11:32 AM
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Posted Apr 21 2013 - 08:39 AM
Every since I played L E G O S I N S P A C E, I have dreamed of a sequel. And now I can't believe that glorious day has finally come.
First, let me say that the music was fantastic, by far the greatest addition to the game since the first. All two tracks were subtly familiar and reminiscent of the great sci-fi stories of our time, yet unique and original, setting a fitting backdrop for my adventures.
The graphics are top-notch, as always. You have a mastery of 3D graphics better than anyone on BZPower. Just like before, the gameplay is intense and tightly controlled. The new cinematic cutscenes give a welcome break between levels and drive the story forward like never before.
The story was engaging and suspenseful. My heart was pounding during the dramatic intro, and I was on the edge of my seat until the end of the game, wondering what would happen next. Not once was the story predictable or tired, and I grew personally attached to the battle against the flours.
The ending was shocking and unexpected, rivaling such masterpieces as Mass Effect 3. When I was finally a winner, I simply stared at my screen for a time, not believing that my adventure had come to an end.
Now there is one question burning in my mind more than any other: will L E G O S I N S P A C E be a trilogy?
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