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LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga


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4076 ratings

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Great game

posted by FittyG (ORLANDO, FL) Nov 13, 2007

Member since Mar 2007

5 out of 6 gamers (83%) found this review helpful

The graphics were exelent and that was a surprise for the wii. Gameplay is awsome you can be over 50 people! Plus the game is very long
so it takes alot of gameplay time.

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Very Good

loads of fun

posted by rbender (NORTHBRIDGE, MA) Jan 5, 2008

Member since Aug 2007

3 out of 4 gamers (75%) found this review helpful

this game was so much fun my kids didn't want to send it back to gamely but we did anyways because we wanted to rent more games before we start buying them but i do recommend this game i have a 4 and 8 year old boys and they both could pick this game up and play it with no problem at all

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Above Average

Disappointing for a Lego Star Wars game

posted by gamingmom (LAWRENCEVILLE, GA) Feb 2, 2008

Member since Jun 2007

4 out of 6 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

My son LOVES Lego Star Wars and has the games for the PC and for GameCube (which we use on our Wii). If ever a game was made for the Wii it is this one -- imagine using the Wiimote for a light saber! We were so excited when it came out and it went to the top of our Q long before its release.

We were disappointed though -- the Wiimote does not act like a light saber and in fact has very little to do with the game other than as a button controller. There are enough times that shaking or waving the wiimote do anything at all, and every move/control is done by pressing buttons. EA, you could have done MUCH better with this one.

That said, my son still enjoyed it -- if we didn't expect so much because it was on the Wii we would have been much happier with it. As always the game is age appropriate and non-violent (lego pieces come apart when hit, but nobody dies). It is still a fun game and this one has new options not available in the other two games (the Star Wars I and II it combines). If we didn't already own I and II it would be worth buying -- as it is it is not enough different to make it worthwhile.

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