[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”LEGO Legends Of Chima: Laval’s Journey” developers=”TT Games” publishers=”Warnerbros” platforms=”3DS/Vita” genres=”” release_date=”Out Now” version_played=”3DS”]
Chima is a land where anthropomorphic animals lived in peace with one another until a conflict caused a civil war with the eight animal tribes: Lion, Eagle, Raven, Wolf, Gorilla, Rhino, Bear, and Crocodile. The members of the factions fiercely battle over a powerful natural resource called Chi, which could allow its possessor to create or destroy. Once a pristine, natural paradise, CHIMA has become a battle ground for eight animal tribes. Best friends are now enemies. The animals fight for control of a natural resource called CHI, a powerful element that is both a source of life and potential destruction. Only a few brave heroes in CHIMA understand the true nature of CHI, and the possible downfall of CHIMA that will result from its misuse. Their stories, and the stories of those who seek to destroy them, are known as the legends of CHIMA.
LEGO Legends Of Chima runs quite well on the 3DS. Colours are extremely vibrant and the graphics are extremely enjoyable. The 3D effect is extremely subtle but works well and the framerate holds up despite the game taking place in an open world environment. I did have quite a few graphical glitches however. I constantly found myself falling through walls and off ledges. The sound is average as it is with most 3DS games however not much more can be expected in a children’s adventure. The story is told through pre rendered cut scenes which look quote well for a 3DS. The graphics really help Lego Chima feel like a real world.