字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 It’s a common misconception that you can never have too much LEGO. In fact, the cliché “too much of a good thing” was first muttered when a man, up to his knees in Duplo and unable to find a single plastic tree, said... “You know, I like LEGO. But this might be too much of a good thing.” And after roughly 87 games based on 42 franchises, give or take a few, LEGO video games are starting to wear a little bit thin. It’s not that they’re bad. It’s not that they’ve become less fun. It’s just that LEGO Rock Band, LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Batman, LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean...LEGO my freaking Eggo. It’s this syrupy sense of déjà vu that kinda holds back LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7. More great co-op, more collecting, more building...and more of the same LEGO. Released in 2011, Years 5-7 is a follow-up to 2010’s Years 1-4. Actually, it feels more like an expansion pack, because it’s virtually identical to its predecessor...which feels virtually identical to prior LEGO games. See a pattern here? Years 5-7 keeps things excessively familiar, which is both its strength and its weakness. You walk through linear environments, collecting LEGO pieces and waging some rudimentary combat on occasion. The game is mostly focused on using the LEGO pieces around you to build new things and manipulate your environment. Years 5-7 features six levels based on locations and scenes from the Harry Potter movies...only done in LEGO. Once you’ve finished the missions, you get to explore Hogwart’s and other familiar Potter places with a cast of more than 200 unlockable characters...many of whom have unique abilities. For example, Hermione Granger has the power to look adorable , to make watching someone else read utterly captivating and to enchant me simply by tossing her hair. You know, it’s just...Emma, if you were really a LEGO block, I’d build you a LEGO castle...on top of a LEGO mountain. I think I LEGO love you. You know what, let’s get this trending! Emma should date Derek because he has incredible hair, he has a real-life clone, he would wear Burberry for her...and uh, you know, he also plays a character who knows magic. Listen, it’s very familiar...but a LEGO Emma Watson is more than enough to make this thing worth a recommendation. It’s packed with content and it has great co-op, so if you liked prior LEGO titles and you’re a Harry Potter fan, Years 5-7 is right up your Diagon Alley.