Reviews and Problems with LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
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Lego Star Wars II
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Just last issue I reviewed the first Lego Star Wars video game (which contained Star Wars episodes I, II, and III). Lego Star Wars II contains Star Wars episodes IV, V, and VI. The theme of Legos is continued.
Excerpt: Whether you’re jumping to lightspeed from inside the Millennium Falcon or braving the blizzards of Hoth on the back of a tauntaun, there’s nothing quite like the assortment of starships and creatures found throughout the Star Wars galaxy.
Conclusion: LEGO Star Wars is obviously making a name for itself as another fun Star Wars franchise with this, its second edition. The co-operative multiplayer carnage is great fun, though not to say that the single player missions are a bore by any means.
Excerpt: Try to avoid Star Wars fans, at least the ones that were " there when it was shown for the first time " in their town. You'll undoubtedly be told a story about how their mouth gaped open in sheer wonder at what was happening on the cinema screen, while at the same time hearing about why the new...
Excerpt: Well, I don't know about you, but I love Star Wars. I also love Lego (even though I'm a tiny bit old for it). So together, Lego Star Wars II has all the makings to be an excellent game and it doesn't disappoint.Following the storyline of the original trilogy, this game is the sequel to the already...
Excerpt: Igniting a firestorm of frenzied Star Wars fanatics, the original Lego Star Wars became a classic almost immediately when released for the Xbox and PS2. Traveler's Tales, the developer, decided to continue their unique take on the Star Wars universe with the remainder of the trilogy, namely episodes...
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy is one of those games seemingly built around the idea of collecting as many things as possible. There's nothing wrong with this, but it's not what I enjoy about games.
Excerpt: Though essentially the same game as Lego Star Wars II The Original Trilogy for Xbox 360, the GameCube, PlayStation2 and Xbox versions of the game just don't quite measure up, mainly in the graphics department.
Conclusion: >> En conclusión: LEGO Star Wars II, La Trilogía Original llega con unas premisas muy claras. Poca complejidad pero una adictiva jugabilidad que hará las delicias de los peques y mayores de la casa.