Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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Horse Nickers, Amazon
3 November 2013
Summary: I've got boys, ages 4 and 6...and while this game can be fun at times, it can be more annoying than anything else. It's your standard "kill a few enemies then solve a puzzle" to make it to the next section. While this isn't a bad thing in and of itself...it's the lack of split screen game play that make the game crazy frustrating. When you've got one player wanting to go one way, and the other another way, it can lead to lots of bickering.
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.
Summary: Now, i know im writing this review backwards as ive played the later
edditions of lego star wars but i had high hopes for this. Its not an entirely
bad game, it just lacks small things in my opnion which lets it down. Example is
theres little to no dialogue during game play between characters. A big gripe
i have with this though is trying to play 2 player.
Not the best from Lego suite, but good for single player
Catia Goncalves, amazon.co.uk
2 January 2014
Summary: A good game for single player, not so happy with camera use in 2-player mode (which is why i only gave 3 stars) - instead of splitting the screen when a player moves away from another, one of the players gets automatically shifted to the next available on-screen character (and if no other available character is available on-screen, players cannot move away from each other).
Excerpt: I got this game when it first came out, i played the previous one which wasn't the complete saga but another star wars at my cousins. I really enjoyed it and thought to buy it for the ps3. The whole game is brillinat and you don't get bored unless you can't do the chapter of the game. The sound effects are really good just like the film. When you are at the begginning where the shop is and all the levels the music tune is the same from the film.
Pros: great graphics, very similar to the film, covers all aspects of the actual film, never gets old
A decent game for kids that adults can play along too
17 March 2011
Excerpt: When I was growing up I used to love playing with Lego and since discovering the joy of film I've been a massive fan of the Star Wars franchise and so when I saw the two had been combined for the PS3 title Lego Star Wars: the Complete Saga, I knew I at least had to play it once. It is clearly a game aimed at younger players but given the Star Wars nature I couldn't help myself and so having borrowed it from a family member, who has kids I should add, I managed to get my...