Debo aclarar algo, no tengo nada en contra de James Rolfe o Doug Walker, admiro el trabajo que hacen... solo no me gusta que usen humor negro y maldiciones.
Dejo aquí el enlace a un video que narra la historia de LEGO, vale la pena verlo, no sabia la historia tan conmovedora que habia detrás de estos pequeños bloques: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkKgDf…
I must leave clear something, I have nothing against James Rolfe or Doug Walker, I admire the work they do... I just don't like they use black humor and curses.
Here I leave a link to a video that tells the history of LEGO, it really worths to see it, I had no idea of thr hearth warming story behind those little blocks: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkKgDf…
Frame 1: What do you obtain when you combine Prince of Persia...?
Frame 2: With Super Mario Bros...?
Frame 3: Plus... that thing...?
Frame 4: And the world's famous building blocks in history?
Frame 5: Exactly!, one of the best games that has been launched for the Wii U, and I dare to say, for any console, if there is a reason why to buy a Wii U, is this beauty; I bought it after the fiasco that was Game & Wario, and I finished concluding that... I should have bought it before.
Frame 6: Here we control Chase McCain, an ex police that is called back to Lego City to capture Rex Fury, a criminal that Chase captured before. That story is played in the 3DS version, I haven't played it yet.
Frame 7: While you advance in the game, Chase will be obtaining different costumes that will give him different abilities, that will be neccesary to unlock all the secrets this game have and complete the 100%, I must say I played it for almost two months before to get all, and the game is so enjoyable that in any moment I got tired or frustrated.
Frame 8: Lego City is huge, almost as big as the world of an MMORPG, all it is full of secrets, but your best ally to discover them is the Game Pad.
Frame 9: In the Gamepad you have a complete map of the city, besides it also works as a comunicator, scaner, photo camera, to select vehicles, costumes, to see which elements you still must to find in each section of the city... gentlemen, that's how is programmed a game to use the Wii U control.
Frame 10: But one of the things that I really loved in Lego City, is the humor, is clever, used in the right moment, this is a clear example that you can be fun without use black humor or obscene language.
Frame 11: Did you hear, Cirit?, Did you hear, Nerd?
Frame 12: The bad point I don't see it in the video game, but the real version, only Chase has been released, if the other characters of the game were avaliable, I'll be more Legomaniac than Zack.