Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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Alright for a Lego game.
Darren B., Amazon
12 August 2013
Summary: This game would be great if i played it when it first came out! My problem is that the first Lego game I played was Lego Batman 2, which spoiled me. It had split screen, easier character switching, and voice acting. I played Lego Star Wars expecting the same great game play, just without the voice acting. Boy was I wrong! No split screen and not much freedom of movement means one player or the other is going to be pulling the other one around.
Summary: The first three stories are new to coinside with the newer movies, but the 2nd have is the same as the original Star Wars game. Thought there would be more changes to stories 4-6. If you have already playes the original, be ready to redo it.
Summary: This is an ideal game for little munchkins. I have a three year old that imensley loves the game. The good thing about this game is that your character never dies. When your character dies he keeps regenerating where he died at. I have watched my child go from barely be able to walk and jump to figuaring out more complicated puzzles. This may not sound like much but it does build problem solving skills.
Summary: After introducing my kids to the Star Wars movie, they asked for the Lego Game. Supposed to be for older kids, by my 4 year olds play this, they have a ball and they have to learn to cooperate in order to progress the levels. George Lucas would be proud.
Summary: I don't think this is a bad game, but this game is really not my type of game. This game is more like a puzzle game for players to solve problems, and i don't like it. I stop playing this game, because it makes me feel sick every time. This is not a action game focusing on fighting, but problem solving. Anyway, try it yourself.
Conclusion: If you have played any of the previous Lego Star Wars games, yu know what to expect. A tongue planted firmly in the cheek account of all of the Star Wars movies, recreated in everyone's favourite little plastic building blocks. The game works surpringly well, with all six of the movies divided up into smaller chapters.