Once the game is beaten or even as things unfold if you're one of those gamers, the game of course offers a few things to do away from the forgetable story. Hunting down gold bricks, all 220 of them. Finding and unlocking all the 101 characters available in the game, with some unlocked by simply playing the game, and others by finding figure packets around the areas once available, or you can also unlock a few by beating each dojo found in each area. A dojo is sort of like a boss who has zero back story, with a few waves of enemies to beat before, followed by this short boss battle in which you beat the crap out of him. The only skill you need is being able to get a decent enough multiplier to be able to score well, with stud score being what will net you a high score for that dojo if you also want the achievement for getting a gold medal on all of them. You also unlock and upgrade while you play the game with things called ninjanuity points. These allow you to upgrade yourself a little with perks such as 2X times studs, and greater damage if you choose to use your token to unlock it. The game also has 10 scrolls to collect as well, with these offering much more of the same but also unique things like disco lights and a few other quirky ones as well.
Overall: In no way is The Lego Ninjago Movie Videogame a huge change from any Lego games that have come before it, with the game being pretty much everything you seen before, bar a few bells and whistles. That being said, I've found myself becoming addicted to the game the more time has gone on, with most days and nights in the last week or so being me telling myself to jump on and hunt down a few more characters or gold bricks, with the old achievement hunter in me coming out after being in hibernation for a long time. If you're the kind of gamer who just wants to sit down and play something for a few hours without the fear of death or anything tasking, then any Lego game will offer you that. I've had fun, and at the end of the day, that is all I want out of a good game these days.
Good 30+ hours of gaming here if you want to get that 1000g, so value for money is there.
Easy gamerscore for those that eat that stuff up
Best looking cat in a game to date (see above)
Not going to do anything for those who have found previous Lego games boring
Had a few moments of the game playing up (side quests being there but not being able to start them without resetting the game + a few frame rate issues every now and then)