Magical "old school" adventure has heady puzzles and combat.
Fun action/adventure for kids has lots of cartoon violence.
With the new ability to swap parts of the toys to affect characters' abilities, this sequel adds an exciting element to the popular franchise.
Basic hand-held adventure lacks spark of console cousins.
Imaginative puzzling fuses with comic book characters.
Cross-genre tactics game has Dungeons & Dragons charm.
Creative Disney adventure lets kids build own games.
Anthropomorphic cars tow, build, race, and fight each other.
Standard LEGO yarn with an equal mix of combat and puzzles.
Competent racer depicts car crashes with no consequences.
Mediocre LEGO game with minor violence and reckless driving.
Finicky but fun Minecraft-style game set in a 2D world.
The game promotes exploration, discovery, and imagination in a colorful and cartoonish world that feels like the world's biggest LEGO collection come to life.
Exciting but technically flawed city-building simulation.
Let your Sims relive earlier eras with this decent add-on.
Clever cartoon platformer has some tedious elements.
Quirky and entertaining racer filled with silly powerups.
Action and humor abound in funny rendition of LOTR films.
Deep, compelling car game glamorizes illicit street racing.
Average arcade racer is full of car wrecks and weapons.
Fun fantasy actioner marred by troublesome motion controls.
Relive this epic tale by putting your own face in the game.
Feature-rich fighting contest is violent, with mild blood.
With five different princess adventures and great help built in, this is a perfect game to teach young girls how to play video games.
Kids can play a wildly creative platformer and then learn how to make their own games.