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Video GameLego Brawls Review
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Posted: 10 weeks ago, last updated 8 weeks ago.

Author: Ben Kendall, @GeekDadGamer and Jo Robertson.


Lego Brawls is a fighting game in the vein of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but here you fight with Lego mini-figures. You play in either teams or all-against-all brawls as characters from a wide range of Lego themes. The simpler move-set and team structure make it more approachable for less experienced players but still offer plenty of opportunities for skill and creative attacks to win the day.

It's a game about fun and customisation. You create your brawler's appearance and can change their head, torso, legs, and weapons before the fight. There are multiple game modes to pick from, including the 4-versus-4 score rush team battles and all-against-all fights where the aim is to be the last person standing.

As you win more fights, you work your way up global leaderboards, unlock new maps to play on and extra customisation parts to make your brawler unique. Mini-figures you unlock are categorised by the theme they originate from, and include characters from Ninjago, Jurassic Park, Alien Conquest and Pirates. As you customise your characters' weapons and abilities, their moves and attacks in battle also change.

The result is a brawling game ideal for younger players with a lower ability threshold. New and unique game modes like team matches add an extra layer of complexity that makes communication as vital as practice, skill, and ingenuity.

DetailsGame Details

Release Date: 19/09/2019, updated in 2022

Platforms: Mac, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and iPhone, iPad

Content Rating: PEGI 7

Skill Rating: 8+ year-olds

Players: 1-8 (8 online)

Genres: Action and Fighting

Developer: Bandai Namco UK (@BandaiNamcoUK)




Play Time: It takes between 2 minutes and 7 minutes to play a round of this game. Team game rounds are capped at 3 minutes each, but it is possible to win in under 3 minutes.

Play StylePlay Style

You can play with 1 to 8 players in the same room or as a 8-player online game. You can play in up to two teams of four.

Cross-Play: Play between all different platforms.

You can play this game in the following styles:

Age RatingsAge Ratings

Content Rating

Rated PEGI 7 for Violence.
Users Interact: The game enables players to interact and communicate with each other, so may expose players to language usually associated with older rated games.

Skill Rating

8+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. It's designed to be less challenging to learn than a game like Super Smash Bros, but it still has reasonable complexity in its controls. Players should also be able to cope with losing to other players.

Account Rating

You need be 18-years-old to to subscribe to Xbox Live Gold for online play, but can then configure family accounts for younger players to play online with Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S.
You need be 18-years-old to subscribe to Nintendo Online, but can then create accounts for children of any age to play online with Nintendo Switch.
You need be 18-years-old to subscribe to PlayStation Plus for online play, but can create sub-accounts for younger players of 7-years or older to play online with PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5.


Lego Brawls usually costs £33.49 to £35.99.

Lego Brawls

XBox Store Xbox One £33.49
Switch Store Switch £35.99
Does not offer in-game purchases, 'loot boxes' or 'battle/season passes'.  

You need to purchase a Nintendo Online subscription to play online with Nintendo Switch.
You need to purchase a PlayStation Plus subscription to play online with PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5.
You need to purchase a Xbox Live Gold subscription to play online with Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S.


We haven't documented accessibility features for this game yet. Our Lego Brawls Accessibility Report details system-wide settings that may help, and suggests similar games with accessibility features. Tweet the developer (@BandaiNamcoUK) to let them know about our Accessibility Questionnaire.

Diversity and InclusionDiversity and Inclusion

We haven't documented diversity and inclusion information for this game yet.

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