Summary: I wrote the same title for my other review about Star Wars the Complete Saga for the Wii. The graphics are the lowest point of the game, because some of their face will be cut of, or in my case the people turned a rainbow color. This is great for Star Wars fans though, and it follows the storyline of the Star Wars movies very closely. The one on the Wii is better, but if you don't have the Wii and you have a DS, you should get this game.
Summary: I wouldn't really reccomend it though. I mean, if you are a star wars AND lego fan like me, this game should be easy to like. But even with its improved graphics and sound (improved from LSW 2) it just wasn't there. The levels weren't as fun (not to say that they weren't any fun at all though) and the freeplay mode, well that just makes it a little easier.
Summary: This is an extremely fun game to play; however it is a shame that the levels are not that challenging. There's the odd red brick here and there that are hard to find, but most of them are easy. The prequel levels (I-III) are the more complex and enjoyable, with the original levels (IV-VI) being a bit of a disappointment after playing the first three.
Summary: I've had the Lego star wars games on the original Xbox, and now have all the Lego Starwars/Batman/Indiana titles on the 360. I love them. Decided to also get the Lego one for the DS whilst available at 9.99 - for killing time in the doctors waiting room etc. It's OK, but quite a bit different in terms of level layout and some gameplay elements to the "full" versions on big consoles. I also noticed this on Lego Indy for the DS versus 360, but not to such a high extent.
Summary: Its a simple game and not too taxing, but I like that in this game. I sometimes cant play for laughing so much. Very good fun and tounge in cheek, but without being stupid. A nice homage to the films.