- Publisher: LucasArts
- Release Date: Oct 13, 2009
- Also On: iPhone/iPad, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
- Summary: From the Trade Federation's "negotiations" with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace to the space battle above Endor in Return of the Jedi, The Complete Saga allows players to kick some brick through 36 Story Mode levels, including Episode II's newly addedFrom the Trade Federation's "negotiations" with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace to the space battle above Endor in Return of the Jedi, The Complete Saga allows players to kick some brick through 36 Story Mode levels, including Episode II's newly added high-speed pursuit of bounty hunter Zam Wessell. Traveller's Tales has revamped levels from the original LEGO Star Wars to match the gameplay evolutions found in LEGO Star Wars II, and Prequel Trilogy characters can now be mixed and matched with those from the Original Trilogy - more than 160 in all.… Expand
- Developer: Traveller's Tales
- Genre(s): Action, Miscellaneous, General, General, Compilation
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Xbox - May 2017 Games with Gold
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Positive: 13 out of 21
Mixed: 8 out of 21
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Dec 8, 2020There is a 75 character minimum for reviews. If your review contains spoilers, please check the Spoiler box. Please do not use ALL CAPS. ThereThere is a 75 character minimum for reviews. If your review contains spoilers, please check the Spoiler box. Please do not use ALL CAPS. There is no linking or other HTML allowed. Your review may be edited for content. 10/10… Expand
Dec 31, 2015This game is fantastic. Anybody who complains about controls knows they can change it, but just don't so they can be angry at this game. IThis game is fantastic. Anybody who complains about controls knows they can change it, but just don't so they can be angry at this game. I love this game and always will… Expand
May 12, 2020Gameplay - 9/10
Graphics - 9/10
Soundtrack - 9/10
Levels - 8/10
Replay value - 9/10
Dec 7, 2015LEGO Starwars The Complete SAGA
One of the best LEGO games ever, but that’s not saying much.
LEGO Starwars The Complete Saga takes you fromLEGO Starwars The Complete SAGA
One of the best LEGO games ever, but that’s not saying much.
LEGO Starwars The Complete Saga takes you from episode 1 through 6, each episode having 6 chapters, so 36 levels total.
You can play the episode in any order you choose, and if you weren’t too fond of a particular movie, id actually recommend skipping it because you’re probably not missing anything… other than episode 1, because episode 1 is hands down the best section in this entire game.
My entire play through of episode 1 I thought that this was it, this was going to be the Lego game to make me like Lego games, the light sabers were fun, the levels were colorful and varied, there was pod racing, jungles, I had so much fun!
And then the game quickly went downhill with the usual boring LEGO formula for the rest of the game.
LEGO Starwars and LEGO games in general make the mistake of keeping the game stationary
It keeps you stuck in spots way too long
They try to be a 3d platformer with mechanics that just aren’t fun enough for that type of game.
The jumping isn’t satisfying, puzzles aren’t satisfying, I’d rather LEGO just deliver the movie experience and scrap this unfun formula of get to a room, let us annoy you for a few minutes, then move on.
You’re stuck going left right up and down, when these games would benefit greatly from a more action adventure style like uncharted where the game is constantly moving forward and its breaks aren’t just a lame puzzle.
I’d like to see them have to rely on storytelling and environment rather than cheap time waster tactics because they ultimately feel insecure with what they have to offer with their games.
The gameplay is shallow, unengaging, and a drag.
They rely on the grind to justify money spent rather than an overall quality experience.
This is apparent with their famous locked off collectibles that require another play through to get.
I’d rather have fun with a game nonstop for 3 hours than have 20 hours of monotony.
The game does all it can to slow you down,
of course you have to switch characters to do certain tasks, but these tasks are stacked on top of each other, which makes it feel more like a nuisance than a clever mechanic to increase immersion
But that isn’t all this game does to slow you down,
When you’re trying to figure out puzzles you have to deal with an endless wave of enemies multiple times.
If you get hit while you’re trying to put a piece together, it breaks and you have to start again, and again, and again, this happens way too frequently.
I do ultimately appreciate LEGO games for sharing great stories all in one go, I just wish they’d find a way to make them fun so that people who aren’t a fan of the license can enjoy these games too, and I believe a super linear adventure style is the way to go.
Ditch the open rooms, give me a path and let me destroy and build on my way to the finish line
for what it is
Adventure Platformer 7.5/10
Jun 23, 2022nostalgia-wise, this is an easy 10. However, it does have some short comings and the levels are often rather poorly designed. Otherwise, goodnostalgia-wise, this is an easy 10. However, it does have some short comings and the levels are often rather poorly designed. Otherwise, good title with more than enough content.… Expand
Aug 22, 2020It's a fun game with really fun yet simple combat and a decent way to experience episodes 1 to 6 in a single video game, but there's oneIt's a fun game with really fun yet simple combat and a decent way to experience episodes 1 to 6 in a single video game, but there's one problem. You literally cannot die at all. You instantly respawn right on the spot when you die, and you have infinite lives. None of the enemies you kill respawn, you don't go back to a checkpoint, the puzzles don't reset, you are literally immortal. There's literally no point to having a combat system and a health meter if death literally doesn't exist. Some people will say "but you lose studs", but that's not exactly a real consequence for death since studs are completely optional and not required to finish the story mode. You could argue that "it's a kids game", but there's plenty of kids game where failure at least matters a tiny bit, like Mario, Pokémon, Sonic, and even Kirby! So the only way to have any sort of challenge in this game is to manually quit a level upon death and play the whole thing all over again, and not even that works because you then have to sit through tons of unskippable cutscenes over and over again. If you don't care about that, you'll love this game. But if you want an *actual* video game about Star Wars, you're better off with Old Republic or the other games where each movie is given it's own game. Also the friendly AI is borderline nonexistent, this game was not designed with single players in mind and you basically HAVE to find a co-op partner.… Expand
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