Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
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glitches, but fine
Alfred Y. Trujillo Jr., Amazon
5 February 2013
Summary: At first when we started playing it it said that it couldn't save with a 4 GB stick in it. But when the memory went down to less than 2 GB it started saving. It is also hard to use the lightsabers and the blasters give too much of a boom.LEGO Star Wars III The Clone Wars is a little bit better.
Summary: I received this used video game weeks ago. At the time of purchase it was stated "used like new". when I received it it was really what they said or even better. almost new without any scratch on it. So far everything's been ok with it. Thanks to LucasArts.
Summary: This review is based on what i've read and seen on the game as well as the first 2 levels I played last night and today. This game is fun!! The music is great, the graphics are great for a PSP game, and the gameplay is great! If you are a kid at heart, loved LEGOs while growing up, loved the original Star Wars movies, and love videogames, then you will definitely love this game. =) I am 37 years old and still a gamer and am quite enjoying this game so far.
Summary: My Lego Star Wars game will not save to my Sony 4GB memory stick. It says my stick is too full to save. I only have a few games saved from other games on the stick so it is barely used. My copy of Lego Indiana Jones and Lego Batman both work fine. I also have God Of War II gamesaves saved on the stick. Why does the Star Wars game say the stick is too full when it is almost empty?
Summary: I bought this game for my son's 7th Birthday and it was a slam dunk. We are huge Star Wars Fans... all the characters are in the game. The different levels keep him interested and he looks forward to what is next. The only down side is that I have to force him to turn it off. I am very happy that I got this game for him. It is a must!
Summary: While I am a huge Star Wars fan ( at least ep IV-VI ), I thought that this game was going to be a dumb kids game. I am 40 years old playing a Legos game, but I have to admit I was really surprised. This game has some silly humor in it, but the game play was solid and it captured the spirit of the movies very well. The free play and timed challenge modes improve the replay value, and give it a ton of playtime. I am at 80% completion and have almost 40 hours in.
Summary: You might think this is a kids game (and indeed, I bought it so my kids would have something to play on my PSP), but its great fun for all ages, thanks to a witty element that affectionately pokes fun at the Star Wars we all know and love. When you shoot (or slap) Stormtroopers they fall to (lego) bits, the facial expressions are not always the same. Princess Leila scowl is wonderful. The short Darth Vader is a funny, too.
Bringing together Legos and Star Wars makes for a brilliant experience.
Patrick L. Randall, Amazon
28 March 2008
Summary: One way to guarantee the appeal of a video game franchise that you are planning on launching is to combine multiple kinds of nostalgia that will recall the youth of the gamer. The entire Lego Star Wars series, and specifically "Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy", nailed the hammer on the head by combining two parts of Americana that every child who came of age in the late 70's through early 80's can identify with: Star Wars and Legos.