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The next closest thing to a sandbox MMO....

Posted by Axum Wednesday August 6 2008 at 3:28PM
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LEGO Universe

http://universe.lego.com/en-us/gameinfo/HelpSupport.aspx?category=71111

 

Although as you can probably guess, this game will be aimed at a younger audience, this is without a doubt, the closest thing to a sand-box MMO which will be released in the nearby future.

Just think about it.

LEGO, the definition of imagination. Something in which even those who are no longer a child can go back to and still have fun playing with every once and a while. The essence of creation itself lies within each and every one of those blocks, and you are the one who has the power to mold them.

I look at this game and i think to myself, if i had a child, this is what i would want him to play. WoW used to be known as the game in which whole familys would play, but that is just a shadow when compared to LEGOU. Your son/daughter will get to build and create, just like you did when you were a child, in an enviorment which is beneficial to them.

And you, as the parent will get a chance to look back at your childhood, and be able to enjoy this game just as much as an 8 year old.

 

It may not be the ideal MMO that we want, but it is worth taking a look at.

WRyan writes:

Normally, I would say just buy some LEGO's - it would be cheaper.  But in reality... LEGO's are friggin insane in price.  I went to Target the other day and noticed one of their Pirate things for $130 bucks.  I was blown away!  No wonder my parents never bought me LEGO's when I was a kid...

Anyway, this seems like a cool thing.  LEGO's are always cool, and if they give you the ability to build any damn thing you want to build, then I'm in!

Wed Aug 06 2008 10:00PM Report
Axum writes:

xD yea i know its the cheaper alternative to allowing your kids to get the chance to be creative without burning a hole in your pocket.

and the bricks are like loot from monsters and quests,

so it sound really fun /drool

 

Wed Aug 06 2008 10:04PM Report
Axum writes:

sounds*

Wed Aug 06 2008 10:04PM Report

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