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    LEGO Brawls Review

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    A LEGO game with a new approach and gameplay type, unlike any game they have made before. Taking the format that made Super Smash Bros popular, LEGO tries its hand at this with LEGO Brawls. Here is our LEGO Brawls Review.

    LEGO Brawls is developed by Red Games Co. and published by The LEGO Group. The game was released on September 19, 2019, for IOS and Android but was ported over to more modern consoles such as the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and PC on September 2, 2022.

    The game relies a lot on you playing the game for a while to really get good at it. Unlike Smash Bros, it doesn’t really matter what character you pick, because the majority is the same, but you can unlock more battle items the more you play.

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    The thing is, too much playing the game kinda kills the enjoyment for it, so playing a few games every few days feels great, but when I first started playing, I played for a few hours and was kinda drained of enjoyment for it, but picking it back up a few days later brought back some joy. That’s probably why it launched on mobile devices launch first, and it was a good choice to do that.

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    The combat is similar to Super Smash Bros as well, it has a few attacks and items you can use, but the items unlock through playing and leveling up. While leveling you will also unlock more character skins. You can pick a few different theme packs and unlock stuff from there as well, they all have different Lego themes like Jurrasic Park, Monkie Kid, and a few more.

    Unlike the game mentioned before, there are a lot more modes to pick from in the random matches, each time the players can vote on the mode they want, it can be a Free-for-all, team match, and more. It keeps the game kinda fresh if you come across people from different skill levels, but when I played, I got matched with some pretty high leveled people and got absolutely destroyed.

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    The game is visually pretty pleasing. Unlike the other Lego games, this feels more cartoony and stiff at times. The visuals can feel a bit wacky and out of at times when you pick stuff that doesn’t match the map, but on some maps/modes where the items are pre-picked for you, it feels really smooth and just cool looking.

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    Overall, i dont think this is a bad game, but its not a game that can be played hours on end. There are a few fun crossover themes to unlock things for and play around with so there is something for everyone to theme your characters with.

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    Overall, i dont think this is a bad game, but its not a game that can be played hours on end. There are a few fun crossover themes to unlock things for and play around with so there is something for everyone to theme your characters with.LEGO Brawls Review