It feels like TT knows that this is very likely its last chance to do this series justice, and it's not only done that, it's created what is the very best Lego game, and frankly, one of the best Star Wars games that has ever been made.
TT Games has outdone itself by reinventing the LEGO formula to create the most complete Star Wars game in history. The mechanics have been reworked to suit both young and old players, while keeping that great LEGO humor throughout. As Ben Kenobi would say: "This is the Star Wars game people are looking for!"
What makes a good LEGO game? A good dose of humor, varied levels, brick collecting and flawless local co-op. Obviously, this Skywalker Saga meets all these criteria with flying colors and more. Of course, we enjoyed the return of some of the typical TT Games foundations, but it was the novelty and the risk-taking that attracted us. Stunning graphics for a game with bricks, more dynamic fights than ever and a huge open world full of secrets and puzzles. In short, an ambitious compilation confirming that this is the best LEGO game of all time. Can't wait to see what's next with other adaptations.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a step up from the 360-era Complete Saga in that it now covers all nine films in the Skywalker story arc. There's so much to do and so many excellent little refinements that you'll be well catered for even if you've played all the other Lego Star Wars games. Splitscreen multiplayer makes this ideal for siblings to play too.
Bigger, prettier and filled with content to the brim, but also very simple and limited in what you can actually do - that is the new Skywalker Saga. If you love your Lego and a bit of accessible fun, this is just the game for you.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a super charming game with a lot of detail and love for all Lego and Star Wars fans alike. The problem is that despite the changes, it still a Lego game, with boring mechanics and a confusing structure.
Game is alright, but if you are 18 yo or older, you might get bored quick.
Game does not have all the objectives from previous Lego games.
Game is a lot going from A to B and then back to A, and lots of cutscenes.
Not too many battles or puzzles, mostly just walking.
Answer: 75 characters is between 10 words and 19 words with spaces included in the character count. If spaces are not included in the character count, then 75 characters is between 12 words and 25 words.
Absolute garbage in comparison to the complete saga. Streamlined into the most boring and repetitive gameplay. Lost everything that made the originals so great. No one wants to watch a 20 second cutscene for every action in the game.
I give it a 4/10 because I was able to access only about two thirds of the game thanks to the infamous Maz Kanata glitch. I would have rated it 7/10 if I got to play the whole thing, but alas. I waited for a month for a fix, the developer shares no updates regarding the patch, so… whatever.
SummaryLEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will feature hundreds of playable characters - the most ever for a LEGO Star Wars game - and ships, LEGO's signature sense of humour and fun, and new innovations, options, and gameplay features. Players can start the game at any point in the Star Wars timeline; fans can jump in with Star Wars: The Phant...