LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens (LeECo Le Max 2) Review: Fun and Funny, Bit Expensive for the Whole Package (Video)

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  • 13 Sep 2016
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  • LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens got a pretty nifty console game this summer and a port of the title was also made for mobile. The game is surprisingly solid, being almost a one to one port, only leaving aside the free roaming mode. Graphics look hot and the full story is here, humorous take included. We played the device on the LeEco Le Max 2 and let’s see if we had fun or not.


    This is a mere presentation of the game, not a review, since we didn’t play the full game, only the first chapter or two for the sake of presentation. If you want to unlock the whole 24 level package, you have to pay $7 for that. You’ll be assembling mechanisms from LEGO pieces, moving BB8 around, pulling levers and solving puzzles to get ahead, but also firing lasers at Stormtroopers.

    Aiming was a bit spotty, in the cover shooter sequences, but action was generally light here and camera in typical side camera button mashing form. You can do melee attacks, fire rockets or electric bolts even, plus use Rey’s cool martial arts. The story is told through cutscenes, a bit shorter than in the console version I guess.

    Even the puzzles are similar, but a bit easier to perform. There’s dogfighting, you can assemble multiple objects and collect LEGO pieces. Control is done with a virtual thumbstick and we also have 3 action buttons, including a jump one. Multiple taps and rotations of virtual buttons are required for various quick time sequences.

    I had a blast playing the first few (free) chapters and I feel that the game is a very good one for mobile. I’d grade it above 9 for sure, in the review.

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