Rated 8 out of 10 by 2
Rated 8 out of 10 by KHaceattorney Pretty good (for a handheld version)
Now, I know nothing about the Legends of Chima lego series, but I do know when there's a good game. Chima is all you would expect from a lego game, unlockable characters, variety in levels, and somewhat cheesy voice acting. It's simple having somewhat easy puzzles, and there's no punishment for dying aside from losing a few studs. The graphics, while nothing special, at least get the job done (even though the upclose in game models look meh.) The soundtrack isn't the most memorable either, with only a few songs being in your head for about a day or two. There is a lot of replay value, having to go back to earlier levels to find secret characters can be fun, assuming you're a completionist like me. I don't really have much to say about this game, but I would definitely recommend. If you're wondering whether you should pick this up between this, Lego lord of the rings, or lego batman 2, go for this, the console versions of lego batman 2. and lord of the rings are much better than their handheld counterparts. Lego legends of Chima gets a 8/10
Rated 8 out of 10 by Melnichenko The Lego Game For Vita
Its funny, the review posted first for this game, well i read it after i bought this game. But before that i didnt see any reviews for this game so i was a little skeptical about buying it, but im glad i did. This game wasnt made on xbox or playstation 3 and i think thats what makes it a good game. The other lego games available on vita have the main console versions as well making the vita ports not really the full game experience. This game has a full game experience. I havent gotten more that 5% through and i already like it. Its a nice relaxing game that you can just smile at. I have yet alot more to explore but im just letting any future buyers know that you wont be disappointed.