Creative play meets an age-appropriate adventure in Lego Universe, where for the first time, kids (and those who still feel like kids) can immerse themselves in an MMO where they must save the universe from chaos. Alexandra Hall previewed Lego Universe at E3 2010, who discovered a lot of fun came--unsurprisingly--with putting together Legos:
"For my money, Lego Universe’s best element is its building system. The first building tasks are simplified, either auto-assembling or guided by outlines. But eventually you’ll unlock a free-building space, and that’s when all those blocks you’ve been collecting come in handy. You can use templates and pre-made models or start with a blank slate, and the possibilities seem robust. You’ll be able to share your creations with others, should you choose, so long as they pass the various moderation systems."
Yellow plastic figures run amock in this E3 2010 Lego Universe preview!