Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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This is a great game for kids of a wide age range
Morgan Moore, Amazon
31 December 2014
Summary: This is a great game for kids of a wide age range. The game encompasses six levels from each of the six Star Wars episodes. In addition there is a bunch of extra levels, and with lots of skills and bonuses to unlock there's very high re-play value. If you're not familiar with the Lego video games, there is always some clever take on the original source that Lego incorporates into their games. Plus when a player "dies" their lego pieces just fall apart.
Summary: If you have never played a Lego game before, this is definitely the best place to start. The game play is simple enough to pick up and go but there is so much content that it will take quite a long time to actually get everything. For gamers on a budget, like myself, this game and the others in the Lego franchise are fantastic because they are fun and have HUGE replay value.
Summary: The great thing about this game is that it joins the other 2 games together. There are a few levels that are different so if you're used to playing the 2 games, you'll notice them. There are a few new levels like Anakin's Flight in Episode 1 which didn't exist in the original game (at least not in the PS2 version) so thats interesting.
Summary: I love this game. I bought this game because I had played it before but never got to finish it. I like playing the Lego games because there are more things to do in them than other games. I now have all of them except Lego batman and Lego the movie.
My 5 year old can play this game for hours.....which is good/not good.
7 February 2014
Summary: Okay - haven't used my PS3 to play "games" for a few years....well about 5 exactly. So when thinking about Xmas gifts for my 5 year old son, I looked to see if there existed any "kid" friendly (in his age bracket) games. Knowing that he loves Star Wars (have no idea how..must be from the older kids in his school!) and Lego's, I got this game. He LOVES it!!! and it's actually a pretty fun game to play for adults as well - no blood or gore, just busting lego's to pieces.
Summary: I got this game a good while back, but I decided to review it anyway. The subtlety of the story sure has its place (it really got me on key cutscenes, the first one on episode 4, the last one on episode 5), this from a 46 year old who saw the first one the first weekend back in 1977(at the age of 10, no less), and playing it with my 10 year old nephew, who seemingly understands the whole thing.