Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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18 November 2010
Summary: Lego games are fun in theory. Good atmos, nostalgic music , moments to make you chuckle in between rounds. But overall unless you are a young kid the game starts to wear thin after 20 minutes. Whether it is Star wars, Bat man or Indiana Jones, they all feel sort of samey.
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..
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.
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.
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.
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.