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    What happens when you combine Legos, Minecraft and No Man's Sky? You get Lego Worlds for Xbox One.
    This is unlike any recent Lego game, of which there are many, and it's immediately better for it. There's no movie tie-in storyline, and with that comes a sense of freedom.
    Like Minecraft, you can build things. Lots of things. And you can build them out of Legos, which is awesome. And, like No Man's Sky, you can explore a seemingly endless universe populated by all kinds of weird and wonderful worlds.
    It's also a pretty low-priced game at $24.99, which makes it even more appealing. But while the immediate appeal is apparent, there are questions over how long you'll want to play it, though that may also depend on your age.

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    03-21-2017 04:10 PM

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