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LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga Xbox 360 Review
30 May 2010
Excerpt: All the famous characters from the movies have been recreated as LEGO caricatures and legendary scenes have become amusing parodies. There’s no doubt about it, Lego Star Wars is absolutely steeped in charm, so much so that it could induce a wide smile on the face of even the most miserable of sods. LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a coming together of both of these delightful games.
Conclusion: LEGO Star Wars has always been a more of a “two-for” experience. In every level, players take control of at least two main characters, with single-player gamers swapping out as needed. The real fun has always been about getting friends in on the action though, with extra players able jump in and out on the fly. With LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga , this experience is taken online, with full Xbox Live support for two-player co-op play.
Excerpt: We go on a lot about charm in video games, but what does it actually mean? Is it when a game makes you smile when you weren't expecting it? Or is it when a game looks so cuddly you could almost grab it by its metaphorical cheeks and start cooing? Perhaps it's none of these things. Perhaps it's all of these things.
Conclusion: Fun is the name of the game here. Lots of fun for old and young players, made especially fun in co-op. Owners of the two earlier installments will find new levels and modes in which to explore.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Traveler’s Tales (TT games), the UK-based developer of the previous successful Lego Star Wars games has introduced the new Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga for Xbox360,PS3 ,Nintendo Ds and Wii, but unfortunately this time the fans of those games would not be satisfied with it ,because aside some minor improvements, it almost does not offer them anything new at all.
Excerpt: The Complete Saga combines the two best selling LEGO SW games together into one disc. You can now seamlessly progress from Episode I through VI all in one go. If you are willing to invest some serious time there is A LOT to find and do in LSW. Are these the droids you’re looking for? Well, search your feelings(and this article) and the Force will decide if it should be on your holiday gift list or not.
Excerpt: We’ve always found the LEGO Star Wars series somewhat of an enigma within the gaming world. While Travellers Tales undoubtedly succeeded in capturing the essence of the Star Wars universe, and created a winning combination by marrying it up with the cutesy humour that only LEGO could provide, the actual gameplay always felt rather shallow and monotonous.
Excerpt: In a galaxy far far away... the immortal first words to the Star Wars mythology have once again been recreated on the XBox 360, however with the biggest twist to the franchise in years. LEGO! That's right, the world of Star Wars has been turned into LEGO which allowed gamers to experience the entire mythology from episodes I to VI in separate games, however this current incarnation features the entire storyline in one handy DVD.
Conclusion: Regarding the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, the main difference is in the visuals, as their respective games support 1080p, which almost sounds like overkill considering the presentation style. But hey, if it lets Traveller's Tales do more, then more power to them. If nothing else, the LEGO character sprites will appear more colorful and richly textured given that the available technology allows for them to look like their real-life action figure counterparts.