Here’s my Metro News reviews for the week of February 17th
By Ringo Starr
Four and a Half Stars
It’s as if you’re sitting on a couch, knee-to-knee with Ringo Starr, going through his albums. Audio clips allow him to laugh and tell stories as you flip through pages of personal photos and videos, something he enjoys so infectiously that you can’t help but be carried away. His life, the Beatles, you were there, remember? It feels like that.
Jabra Sport Wireless+
Adjust the shape of these wireless earbuds and you can comfortably lock them to your ears for tangle-free exercising. They include an FM Radio, can answer phone calls, and although not fitness trackers themselves, can connect to apps that do.
This step-by-step guide to making sushi is absolutely gorgeous. It includes explanations for all the different utensils, fish, and ingredients, plus a restaurant finder to see how it’s done right.
The Room Two
Finally out for Android, this award-winning puzzle game delivers arcane 3D artifacts with secret mechanisms and beautiful lenses for you to unlock as if actually holding them in your hands.
The LEGO Movie Videogame
PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U
Rated Everyone 10+
4 ½ stars
Play this game and you’ll see the movie, that’s how much footage is included. Whenever there’s fighting or brick-building, the game takes over like an extended scene. Both admirably speak to the way kids use LEGO to invent wild tales and oddball characters. Outlandish sequences involving giant robots, disco dances, and psychedelic unicorn kitten rage add originality to a now-familiar system of coins and breakables. That you can mix cowboys with pirates, super heroes with astronauts, construction workers with firefighters adds a freedom that is especially fun for two players.