FROM THE BACK OF THE BOX:
Once a pristine, natural paradise, the Kingdom of Chima has become a battle ground for eight animal tribes. Best friends are now enemies. The animals fight for control of a natural resource called Chi, a powerful element that is both a source of life and potential destruction. Only a few brave heroes in Chima understand the true nature of Chi, and the possible downfall of Chima that will result from its misuse. Their stories, and the stories of those who seek to destroy them, are known as… THE LEGENDS OF CHIMA.
FROM THE BACK OF MY BRAIN:
“Legends of Chima: The Lion, The Crocodile and the Power of Chi” arrives with the first half of Season 1. Best friends turn against each other, as the animal tribes try to control the Chi. Basically, it’s like Chinese mythology took over Wild Kingdom by way of the toybox. There is some humor and some cool action scenes to be had.
LEGO is bigger now than when I was younger. So many licenses, so many creations and so many different applications to entice young minds. But, now everything is spelled out for you. A lion is a lion, a tiger is a tiger and it costs several hundred dollars to build The Simpsons’ house. Why do I know so many adult men that are still into this? This I say while tempting to start another round of Minecraft. I am that kind of goon. For now, I’ll say that I’m intrigued by what the first half of Legends of Chima has to offer.
The DVD comes with no special features. The A/V Quality is strong enough for a feature like this. The lossy Dolby 2.0 mix bugs as an audiophile. However, the transfer provides enough support for standard definition. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase to young LEGO fans.
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!