Review: Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin – Time to Stop Ronnin!

In terms of quality Android games are certainly up there with that of other handheld consoles such as the 3DS. So much so that now companies are directly porting their games over to the Android OS with a much cheaper price tag. The most recent game to make its way across is the 3DS port of Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin. Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin is a lego styled beat ‘em up game that is based on the popular kids TV show of the same name. The game has players take the role of one of the many ninja…

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Summary : A decent game for Children

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In terms of quality Android games are certainly up there with that of other handheld consoles such as the 3DS. So much so that now companies are directly porting their games over to the Android OS with a much cheaper price tag. The most recent game to make its way across is the 3DS port of Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin.

Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin is a lego styled beat ‘em up game that is based on the popular kids TV show of the same name. The game has players take the role of one of the many ninja warriors who need to stop Ronnin from spreading his evil across the land. Each warrior has its own specific set of skills and weapons which give the game somewhat of a high replay value.

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In terms of graphics, the game does surprisingly well as it manages to provide an exceptional graphical output. Every scene is narrated and pays homage to the TV show it’s based off of by copying its style of humor which is bound to get a laugh or two out of your young ones.

The controls of the game are quite average and provide a major improvement over the controls of its counterpart available on the iOS. With the ability to choose the classic or casual control schemes, players can quickly find the scheme that matches their taste and get around to enjoying the game.

All in all, Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin is a pretty decent title to pick up for any parent who is looking for a game for their children to play. With an initial price tag of about $5 and no in app purchases to speak of, I have to admit that Warner Bros. Entertainment has lived up to the expectation of making the game as children friendly as possible.

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