Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
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Robertro , GameStop
28 November 2014
Summary: When I first got this I was really hyped!! The graphic were good-ish, except for the hair and Lego heads. The sound was okay. I was totally happy with the cut scenes. The sand box level was weird, saying it lightly. But when I played it for two hours I noticed a bazillion glitches, like Darth Vader losing his helmet when zapped by Palpetine or the invisible chair in the cantina. Overall I personally like the game for it's glitches.
Summary: This game was one of my favorite games! I admit it was WAAAAY to glitchy to get above a six. And the graphics stank, and the sound was terrible. But all and all it was fun. And I can't forget to mention that you can create your own characters! I will never forget Granny Yoda XD XD XD XD !!! Anyways with all said and the high replay value, I think it's worth the money.
Summary: I bought Lego Star Wars II for DS, even after not really liking Lego Star Wars I for Gamecube. (I must have bought it used.) Just like Lego Star Wars I, the game itself was nothing more than slashing everything and collecting random lego parts. Just like regular Legos, I wish it was more fun than it actually is.
Summary: Being a fan of the console version I thought it would be nice to have a portable version. Unfortunately the movements of the characters are really hard. I found it too hard to navigate the cat-walks and found myself blasting my other team member more then the Storm Troopers. It's too bad more thought wasn't put into this game before release as it had a lot of potential.
Summary: Lego Star Wars was a favorite for me on the X-Box, and for that reason I bought this game on the Nintendo DS in high hopes that it would be just as good, if not better, with the old movies as story lines. Sadly, the game is just as fun, but hard to play due to the confusing controls, odd camera angles and glitchy graphics. If this game cost $15 it would be worth it.
Summary: I have an extensive Lego game collection, and in most cases I have the same game for PS3/Gamecube and Nintendo DS. Lego Clone Wars for the PS3 has been my favorite Lego game so far, so I had high hopes for this DS version. The game "engine" is similar to Lego Star Wars/Batman/Pirates/Indiana Jones DS. This means that there is a hub, with a separate area for mission selection, minikit viewing, a store to buy characters, one red brick in each level and so on.
Conclusion: The game it self is terrble Ive don the game and no fun out of it.The charters are fun but yust move your mouse away from the buy button because its a waste of money yust carry on shoping before christmas.