Posted by John Milioti on September 28, 2018 07:00:51 I’ve been playing Lego Friends for two months now, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.

The story is engaging and interesting, and the characters are well-realized and relatable.

The online features are fairly basic at best, but the single-player campaign has been surprisingly enjoyable.

I’m especially impressed by the online multiplayer, which I can’t think of many other MMOs offer.

The game’s multiplayer mode, the Lego Friends Community, is a little clunky at first, but after a couple of matches, I’ve found myself wanting to take on a larger group of friends.

I like how the game’s online multiplayer can be used to share builds and other things, and it’s fun to play with other Lego Friends players.

The Lego Friends community itself is a fun place to be, and its features are well thought out.

The Community offers a number of different types of challenges, and some of the challenges are challenging enough to keep people busy.

The biggest challenge I faced with Lego Friends was a challenge that involved creating a set that my friends could all play together.

The challenge was a little too difficult for my group, but I was able to get through it by myself.

The problem is that you have to build the set, and then share that set with others in the same Lego Friends group, so you have two people in the Lego Friendship Community.

The player with the lowest score wins the set.

I’ve never faced a challenge like that before, and that’s a problem that I think Lego Friends will have a hard time overcoming.

That said, it’s still worth the $19.99 for me.

I can say that I’m a huge fan of Lego Friends.

It’s a good game, and while it’s not a particularly compelling one, it definitely has some good content.

I enjoyed the Community, but when I tried to play the single player campaign, it became a bit of a slog.

The single-member challenge and online multiplayer are a little lacking in both aspects.

I found myself struggling to get the story across, and Lego Friends has a bit to say about friendship and friendship bonds that I don’t think I’ll be able to fit into my game log anytime soon.

I think that it would be a great experience for Lego Friends, and if the single and multiplayer multiplayer aren’t enough to entice me, then I’d consider the multiplayer as a $4.99 upgrade.