LEGO games are being released pretty thick and fast these days… it seems that there is a new LEGO game every few weeks. With LEGO: The Hobbit coming up soon, the gap between that title and LEGO: Marvel Superheroes has been filled by another LEGO title based on a movie… and this time the fit is as perfect as two of the multi-coloured blocks the franchise derives its inspiration from.
LEGO: The Movie Videogame is based on a film that arguably draws a lot of inspiration from the LEGO games that came before. In this title, which is obviously based on LEGO: The Movie, players control a number of characters not only from the LEGO universe, but also from properties that share common ties (in the form of Warner Bros). So expect to see the likes of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and a host of other famous LEGO faces in the title. There is even a nod to the Lord of the Rings, which got its own LEGO game treatment not too long ago, although the character that quite obviously is based on Gandalf bears another name.
Yes, games can be played individually, but in the opinion of many gamers these days, there is no gaming experience to compare with that of a multi player game playing. This includes two or more players engaged in the same game while having the time of their life. Well, don’t get me wrong, playing individually is as well a great experience to explore on your own, but you will find the excitement that a multi player game brings to your senses once you get engaged in it.
When it comes to analyzing independent players involved in a multi player game, it can be difficult to achieve because it can fall within the subjectivism boundaries. But with the emergence of huge volume of information pertaining to quantum game theory, there is a whole new dimension created for these types of games.
There are many types of games to play these days; you can choose to play one that can be easily played on your own, but there are as well others that can be played in group of two or more players.
While there is nothing wrong with playing a game on your own (especially the ones that are mostly related to creativity and testing your level of focusing and intelligence), the majority of players will have more fun when playing the MPG format of games. It is in the nature of human being to feel themselves more challenged when playing a game as part of a competition. Not to mention that the volume of fun that players can get is considerably increased with MPG types of games.