Parents' Guide to

LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

LEGO-branded portable adventure focuses mostly on combat.

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age 10+

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Too much violence

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Although it won't win any awards for its uniqueness, depth, or graphics, LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids should offer fans of the animated series (and LEGO toys) a few hours of on-the-go fun. Along with its varied combat across the game's 30-odd levels, there are also giant mechs, rideable vehicles (including Thunder Raider, Kai Fighter, and Ninjacopter), and arcade mini-games, and there's dojo training. Players also can unlock multiple characters when reaching certain points.

Though fun, these games aren't anywhere near as good as the WB Games' LEGO-branded games based on movies and comic book characters. Action is repetitive, and some older players may find it to be too easy. For $29.99, you might want to wait a bit until the price drops, but it should be a fun ride for younger players who own a Nintendo 3DS or PSVita.

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