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8.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 95 Ratings

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  1. Nov 29, 2020
    7
    It`s a rather elaborate & saturated game, especially at that time. It was a good idea from devs to unite all episodes in one game & optimize it a little bit. In the game there are some original levels for old-school gamers. At the other point the story is well known & you will feel boring in your try to complete them all as gameplay is a jogtrot especially at the 3-4 episodes.
  2. Dec 20, 2018
    7
    I was hyped for the game because of Star Wars and LEGO games in one but compared to LEGO Indiana Jones the game lacked the precision I expected and the game play was not as smooth and fun as in LEGO Indiana Jones. The major scenes from the Star Wars films were simplified in the game so much that it felt wrong to me although it is more kids friendly that way...
  3. Jul 1, 2020
    7
    The pure childhood nostalgia gives this game the rating it has. Otherwise, especially in the later episodes, the levels begin to feel forced and pointless in terms of objective and even blur together if they weren't so tightly coupled to the movies.
  4. Apr 19, 2019
    7
    I want to like it more than I do. I love Lego, I enjoy Star Wars, but this felt like a chore to get through. At least I made it through, so how bad could it really be? It's one of the first in the modern era of Lego games and I felt it. Not a bad game, but maybe I'm just not in the target demographic despite liking both IPs.
  5. Mar 12, 2020
    6
    This is LEGO's first video game adaptation of a film series, and it's definitely not without serious aging. Unless you set up your modern graphics card to very specific settings, the game won't allow you to play in 16:9 HD without freezing up immediately. There are also frame rate issues at certain points mid-game that make you think your computer's a dinosaur.

    On the other hand, you
    This is LEGO's first video game adaptation of a film series, and it's definitely not without serious aging. Unless you set up your modern graphics card to very specific settings, the game won't allow you to play in 16:9 HD without freezing up immediately. There are also frame rate issues at certain points mid-game that make you think your computer's a dinosaur.

    On the other hand, you have the promising fun of the Star Wars saga combined with the ingenuity and creativity of LEGO. If you want to free Princess Leia as Dex, go ahead. If you want the satisfaction of killing Jar Jar over and over again as Darth Vader, that's your choice! When it comes to thrills and speed however, you may get frustrated with having to run half as fast as you know the character should. No force-boosts there. But the controls all work, the gadgetry is fun, and the reimagined scenes from the movies have their fair share of added humor and wit. Just, good luck with your patience.
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  6. Aug 22, 2020
    5
    It'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.It'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