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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
30 December 2008
Excerpt: Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga keeps the same visual style of the previous titles. Sure the game has a much more detailed look with the Hi-Def output that the PS3 is capable of, but the levels and characters still keep their very Lego-like charm, which helps to give this game series its appealing feel.
Conclusion: LEGO STAR WARS: The Complete Saga is a nice merging of the two previous games and gives the gamer a few more bonuses that make you want to buy and play this game to experience. Traveller’s Tales did a good job bringing this to the next generation of game play. This is a solid game that anyone can pick up, play, and enjoy. If you think it is for the kiddies think again. What other game can you destroy pretty much everything on screen with a light saber.
Conclusion: I reckon most gamers will get a lot of enjoyment out of this game, which is superb fun in the co-op mode. I think you'll enjoy the game as much as I have and it’s definitely worth at least a hire, if not a purchase. Simply put, this is champagne videogaming.
Excerpt: Iedereen kent Star Wars. Door Star Wars zal ook iedereen de Lego games wel kennen die de afgelopen jaren voor o.a. de Xbox, Xbox 360 en PS2 zijn verschenen. Nu zijn we alweer aanbeland bij een nieuw en volledig compleet pakket in de Lego Star Wars Saga. Lego Star Wars – The Complete Saga biedt een geheel nieuwe lading aan content, extra levels en een co-up mode.