LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
I bought the first one of the games when I was much younger and it was on the Playstation 2 and then later got the second game after. When I had both memory cards in I could play as the characters from the first game in the second one. Ah, I don't miss memory cards one bit. But that's all beside the point. The Complete Saga has a ton of replay value, whether it's to get "True Jedi" in Story and Free mode, finding minikits, or red bricks, kids will enjoy this game to no end. What is really fun are all of the characters you can play as: From Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker to an Ewok or a Tusken Raider. There are so many characters that have special abilities and that makes this such a fun game. I remember I spent so much time playing both of these games. My cousins play this game and they do very well and they aren't even ten years old! **Parents: the reason that this is rated E10 is because of the violence and the violence is just what you expect from Star Wars; lightsabers and blasters but you just slash or shoot Lego people and there bodies just pop apart. The characters do not talk, just make funny noises instead.**
Great Game For Family Fun Or Just To Goof Off
My friend and I actually rented this game awhile back as a joke. I'm 16 and he's 19 now. We both believed that this game was going to be a complete joke to the franchise, but after playing it, our minds were both changed. The overall effect it had on us was unbelievable. Our usual hardcore gaming personas were temporarily defused as we both sat in front of the TV playing this game for hours. The LEGO Franchise has captured the true effect of embodying the childish essence and combining it with an older audience's humorous comforts. The game instilled that childish retreat that was needed to compromise my stern attitude. Both my friend and I are hooked on the franchise and are eager to see the oncoming installments it has to unveil. Overall the game is fun for all ages. I would recommend it to any person looking to renew their childish spirit or any kid looking for a wondrous thrill.
I really dig this game! Prior to getting the complete saga I had both Lego Star Wars games for PS2 and X Box, I was a dedicated player, playing them both through and when they came out with the complete saga for PS3 I just thought that it would be the same as when I played it the first time so I rented it. At first it appeared that it was the same as the originals, but something else was different then it clicked, the high def graphics are amazing! If anyone has seen the trailers, it looks just like that playing through the entire game, crystal clear with the background slightly hazy, so you don't get caught in the background graphics. Don't get me wrong this game does come with its own sick background scenery, but it was refreshing to concentrate on my characters instead of what was behind them. As for the sound, I don't own any expensive surround sound system but I was still able to recieve the quality stereo sound that I cant even recieve from regular satelite T.V. watchin' I also found the new characters and levels, I soon found myself at EB buying a copy for my own library, and that was a task in itself. I had to travel to 3 different EB stores just to get the complete saga for myself. I don't regret it at all I love that i can also play Indiana Jones. There is so much more to do in this game besides playing through the chapters of Star Wars, I will definitely have this game in my collection for along time.
Best LEGO game I've ever played!!!
This game is very entertaining and you get to go through all the episodes of Star Wars with all kinds of different characters, and you also get to make your own character to play with. This game is also pretty comical and funny too! I recommend this game to all ages ranging from 4-14 years old. In my opinion, this game is way worth the money you pay.
this is a fun game, especiaaly if you have not played 1 or 2
Incredible fun for all
I had never been a fan of the Lego Star Wars series until I tried it on the Xbox 360 and ever since then, I can only say good things about it. The action is exactly what you would expect from the movies and the presentation is kid friendly and satisfying to fans of the Star Wars universe at the same time. Don't miss out on what will be a fantastic title that covers the entire 6 movies from the Star Wars universe. The "Force" is definitely strong with this one!
Good, but why make it?
I loved this game...but I also loved Lego Star Wars I and Lego Star Wars II. And this is just those two games thrown onto one disc for a next gen system and with a few new levels. I mean, it was good and all, but when I had already beaten I and II to 100%, this bored me a little bit. However, if you have never played either of the first two definitely get this and play it. Otherwise you might be disappointed, unless you really want two games you've already beaten on one disc with a couple new features.
Star Wars, May The Bricks Be With You
This game was the first Lego Video Game I played and after recently seeing The Phantom Menace and Attack of The Clones I was instantly hooked. For any Star Wars fans particularly kids this is the game to purchase.
This game can be good, if it's not a rerun of the same levels. From what I heard from GameInformer, there are different levels and new characters. But don't expect this game to last you long. Once you beat it, it's kind of boring. I know this from the other 2 Lego Star Wars games.
FREEZES MORE THAN MY FRIDGE
I have several Lego games for my PS3, well actually all of them and I have to say this one has given me the most trouble. My kids really enjoyed playing this game but it continually locked up my system at various points in the game, and although I can't confirm it, I believe it caused my disc drive to stop working. I'll explain. My kids were playing it one day and it froze up, as always. After rebooting the system, it was dead, would not play games or blue-rays. Honest to god truth. I had to buy a new system. My kids have not played the game since because I fear it will do the same to my new PS3 slim. The Lego Indiana Jones 2 game also freezes up at times but not as bad as this one. I should have known something wasn't right about the game because the price dropped from $60 new to $20 new in less than 4 months. Learned my lesson.