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LEGO Island 2: Brickster's Revenge (PC) artwork

LEGO Island 2: Brickster's Revenge (PC) review


"This game was great when I was around the age level it was geared for. The puzzles were great and I never really lost interest in this game. This is how the story goes: There is an evil criminal called the Brickster that's finally caught after committing many crimes. When the police catch him, they put him in prison. After a while, he brakes out using an interesting strategy. I'll let you find that out for yourself. When he gets out, he creates havoc in the town and many other towns. Your name i..."



This game was great when I was around the age level it was geared for. The puzzles were great and I never really lost interest in this game. This is how the story goes: There is an evil criminal called the Brickster that's finally caught after committing many crimes. When the police catch him, they put him in prison. After a while, he brakes out using an interesting strategy. I'll let you find that out for yourself. When he gets out, he creates havoc in the town and many other towns. Your name is Pepper and your job is to stop him and defeat him!

And that's just the storyline! There are also many other mini games that you can play too such as practicing your skateboard tricks, fishing, racing, flying, and many more things. You can also skateboard and drive cars on the roads. However, you're not just limited to staying on the ground... You can also fly helicopters, drive boats, ride horses, and many other things. Depending on where you are in the game, you can ride different things. Don't most young kids want to drive? Especially in video games. I'd have to say that the game play is pretty good. Many of the mini games are easy and some are hard. They were all fun. Every time you set a new record on a mini game, it would record it so you could see all your records for each individual mini game.

The next thing that I'd like to cover are the graphics. I think that the graphics were pretty good for this game. Nothing was really blurry and I could easily tell what everything was. It ran smoothly and the colors were all appropriate. When a car was moving, you could see all the wheels turning and I never really saw that in kids games that are from 2001. I didn't think that there were any problems with the graphics.

The next thing that I'd like to cover are the sound effects. All the sound effects were good too. When a train was coming, you could hear it clicking on the tracks. When you run, you can hear your feet on the pavement. When you drive, you can hear the car's motor. I believe that the sound effects were done well and everything made the noise that it was supposed to.

I'm not necessarily sure how long it took me to beat this game but I know for sure I paid off how much it cost with how long it entertained me. I always enjoyed driving the vehicles and I constantly made new files to start from the beginning again. My final recommendation is to buy this game if you are around 6-9. I found it entertaining and I'm sure you will too. If I got it as a gift, I would definitely keep it.

Rating: 8/10

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Community review by Stevewins123 (December 23, 2007)

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