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LEGO Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
84 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B003FMUMDU
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.6 x 1 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 25 Mar. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,588 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

Manufacturer's Description

Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is an Action-Adventure game that builds on the long recognised family-friendly fun and quality gameplay that is the hallmark of the Lego video game franchise. The game features fan favorite scenes from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and seasons 1 and 2 of the hit animated TV series, all retold using the easy to pick up and block oriented Lego video game play mechanics. Additional features include: new characters and combat abilities, 2 player support with split screen, 16 different systems to explore, massive ground battles and more.

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Yoda and the clone army in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Like fire across the galaxy, the Lego Star Wars III: Clone Wars shall spread.
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Anakin Skywalker using Force powers against the droid army in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Massive ground battles pulled from the movie and TV series.
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20 Story-Based Missions and 40 Bonus Levels

The beloved and critically acclaimed Lego Star Wars franchise is back and coming to homes around the world in 2011. The third sequel, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, combines the epic stories and iconic characters from the Star Wars universe and hit animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars with all new gameplay features.

Players will enjoy brand new game mechanics allowing them to create, control and explore in a galaxy far, far away like never before. Promising breathtaking visuals as well as new characters and levels, the game also features the signature tongue-in-cheek humor from the Lego universe. With over 20 story-based missions and 40 bonus levels spanning the entire Clone Wars era, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars will allow fans to explore endlessly and laugh their way through the Star Wars galaxy in the most humorous, accessible and action-packed Lego game to date.

Key Game Features

  • New Story--For the first time, players will experience their favorite stories from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, retold in the amazing Lego world that fans know and love.
  • Massive Ground Battles--Brand new to the Lego Star Wars experience, players will take control of battalions of clone troopers against the relentless droid army--building bases, deploying vehicles and calling in reinforcements to defeat opponents.
  • SceneSwap--Authentic to the Star Wars experience, a new feature allows players to take control of multiple teams in separate locations. Working together to complete various objectives, players will control each team through the press of a button, while playing in single player or in multiplayer co-op modes.
  • All New Boss Battles--For the first time in the Lego Star Wars franchise, fans will fight against massive bosses as seen in The Clone Wars animated series, including Gor, the epic Zillo Beast and many other favorites.
  • Multi-Layered Space Battles--Players will be able to take off in their favorite ships to navigate and fly through multi-layered combat throughout the galaxy.
  • New Combat Abilities--Characters will have more dynamic moves allowing players greater freedom to battle their opponents. Characters will also have new lightsaber abilities including Lightsaber Cutting, Lightsaber Throwing, and Lightsaber Climbing. The game will also feature new grappling abilities allowing players to climb their way through puzzles and defeat enemies.
  • Explore the Galaxy--Players will be able to explore exotic locations in a variety of ships throughout 16 different star systems. Fans will play as villainous separatists, the noble Republic heroes or even as bounty hunters, tracking down characters across the galaxy.
  • Expanded Force Abilities--Using the Force in all new ways to control Lego objects, players will solve puzzles, access new areas, pick up and throw enemies--even turning them into weapons.
  • Brand New Clone Weapons, Vehicles and Characters--New clone weapons including rapid fire guns and rocket launchers, as well as all new massive capital ships to explore, such as Anakin Skywalker's flagship the Resolute and Grievous' devastating warship, the Malevolence. Players will also navigate through the galaxy in new vehicles such as the Republic gunship, Clone Turbo Tank and even Anakin's Jedi Intercepter and the Twilight. Fans will also discover their favorite classic characters such as Darth Vader, Chewbacca and Luke Skywalker.
  • Puzzle Solving--The game will feature all new puzzles that reward creative thinking through the use of teamwork and unique building situations only possible in a Lego galaxy far, far away.
  • All New Lighting and Animations--A brand new engine brings characters to life, giving players a whole new level of control in a vibrant environment, unlike anything ever seen before in a Lego game.
  • Split Screen--Improved dynamic split screen for multi-player co-op with jump in/jump out abilities for friends and families to play together.

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Taking control of multiple scenes using SceneSwap functionality in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Expanded abilities.
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Jedi Master Shaak Ti with a clone in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
New characters & storylines.
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Clone and Jedi with a huge creature in Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
All-new boss battles.
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A space battle in progress from Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Multi-layered space combat.
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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Tristan Dunn on 8 April 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
Been a big fan of the Lego franchises. With the exception of Harry Potter (sorry, not a fan) I've played all of them across various platforms and they're all great (maybe except Indy2). Batman was probably my fave. Anyway, Lego Star Wars III doesn't disappoint. I'm now playing it on the PS3 and it looks beautiful. The previous games were designed for the previous generation of consoles so were just ported to the PS3. Being designed for this generation, it makes good use of the PS3's capabilities.

All the fun of the previous games is still present. Additional features haven been added. You can now throw your light sabre at things. There are times when you have to move a droid somewhere using the force, as the droid can't get there on its own. On the subject of the force, you have to guide the object(s) yourself. It takes a little more thought. You can also use your light sabre to cut through walls.

One of things I wasn't so keen on in the early Star Wars games, was the vehicle levels. I found them a little tedious and looked on them as a necessary evil. I preferred the character-based, "on foot" levels. Maybe I wasn't alone with that feeling. The only 2 space ship levels I've had, have also involved landing, and getting out and doing things on foot. Kinda like the forest moon of Endor level in Return of the Jedi (but better).

The central hub is the Jedi Command Ship. At the start of the game, you're on board the bridge. As you unlock content, more and more of the ship becomes unlocked for you to explore. You can even fly out of it and across to the enemy ship the Malevolence. I'm only about 5 levels on story mode into it, and I love it already. They've not changed the game for the sake of changing it. They've just expanded it well. If you liked the previous Star Wars/Indiana Jones/Batman games, you won't be disappointed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By imawhinger on 18 April 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
It's very tempting to rate this game a 5 star through the shear amount of enjoyment that my 7 year old has playing it.

He has played all the Lego games and loves them all but I think this may be the best one yet.

I can't bring myself to give it a full 5 stars though because it does have bugs in the game which up to now have meant that we have had to turn off and restart the game. Very annoying and it has happened quite a few times now that every time my son is on a new level I worry it will freeze.

Saying that though it does not ruin the enjoyment of this fantastic game so don't be put off.

I find that some of the levels are very tricky to work out and I am so glad that I purchased the game guide to go with this as it has made it much easier and far more enjoyable being able to find a solution when you get really stuck.

I know this isn't the game guide review but I highly recommend that you buy one to go along with this game.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Snapperfire on 28 Mar. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
If you are a fan of the Lego games, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Batman et-al you'll still find much to enjoy in this new Clone Wars game. Based upon stories from season 1 and 2 of the Clone Wars Cartoon series, this game contains all the main Jedi and Separatist characters you'd expect, along with loads of Clone Toopers, Rex, Cody, Ponds, Echo, Fil and all in perfect Lego form.

As you might expect this new game has a similar formula to the original Star Wars Lego game, with the same concepts of fighting lego characters, solving simple sequence problems, breaking objects and thereby collecting "studs", gold blocks and mini-kit items. Once a level is complete free play is unlocked along with lots more challenges for each level. However the designers of the game have really been working hard to add new features, with the battle field sequences demonstrating a whole new level of complexity and hence fun. The range of tanks, walkers and space fighters that can be called upon once they have been earned is very impressive. There's also plenty of humour dotted throughout the embedded video clips, I rather liked General Grievous taking his cough medicine, and the Musac in the lift is quite amusing (at least the first few times).

My 8year old son has previously played most titles on a Wii, but this time round we've bought it for our PS3, while the game play on the Wii would be equally good, the game does make good use of the PS3 graphics. I'd say it was going to be a definite favourite for quite some time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hawkes TOP 500 REVIEWER on 27 April 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
As somebody who has just (with his son) ground out a platinum trophy on this, I thought I'd stick a review on this game.

Having just come off of the back of "Star Wars : The Complete Saga", my initial impressions weren't that great. It's quite a contrast to the cutesy style used and there's definitely a more grown up look and feel to the game (yep, even for Lego!). And the Clone Wars game has A LOT more to it. It's got the usual storyline, and plenty of additional missions for fun. Inbetween levels you have a variety of "lobby" areas to explore. Just when you think you've worked the place out, there's another spaceship (The Invisible Hand) to discover, with extra characters, bounty hunter missions etc.

The levels themselves are broken down in to three main types. There's the traditional levels where you hop jump and fight your way around the puzzles. There are "ground assault" levels where you have to build bases with various cannons, shields etc to defeat the other side (who also have bases). Finally, you are regularly flying in to space with a variety of ships and blast your way around. I do prefer the old school levels, but did start to enjoy the flying missions towards the end, although the controls were a little fiddly in my opinion. I pretty much hated the ground assault missions from start to finish.

There's so much to unlock, it's mind boggling. Once you've completed a level, you can re-do them with your choice of characters. If you've managed to unlock specific characters, this will give you the potential to grab those minikits to get that all-important 10/10 for another gold brick. As usual, if you get enough studs, you'll get "True Jedi" which gives another gold brick as well.

The graphics too are outstanding.
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