How did the LEGO company shake off $800 million worth of debt and survive to become the most powerful brand in the world? By checking in with its fanbase and realising that it didn’t need to make obscene profits at first, that’s how.
Out this September, fans can grab a Teen Titans Go expansion featuring Raven and Beast Boy (IS ALL ABOUT MY RAE MAMA) with a T-Car that transforms and a spellbook of Azaroth. Next up is a Powerpuff Girls Fun Pack that features Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles with a 3-in-1 Octi and smartphone accessory. Last on the list but the one I kind of just want for my shelf, is a Beetlejuice expansion that features the specialist in human exorcism.
LEGO Worlds may not have a story mode that emulates the whimsy of its licensed tie-ins or a game engine that runs at a consistently smooth rate, but it may just be the purest LEGO game ever made thanks to a sandbox that has solid family-friendly foundations.
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