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Star Wars lives forever
on 24 March 2010
This is an extremely fun game to play; however it is a shame that the levels are not that challenging. There's the odd red brick here and there that are hard to find, but most of them are easy. The prequel levels (I-III) are the more complex and enjoyable, with the original levels (IV-VI) being a bit of a disappointment after playing the first three. (However this is most likely because the Original Trilogy game was released first, and then they improved on it with the release of the Prequel Trilogy.)
I must say, after reading that I could unlock vehicles and more characters, I was disappointed that actually you can't unlock any vehicles, and you can't unlock Zam Wessell, Watto, or Boss Nass as the Amazon information indicates - at least not on the Nintendo DS version. Neither can you chase Zam through Coruscant - based on various Internet reviews and product details, I think I can safely say that some of the levels have been deleted from the DS version, which is a shame; however these are replaced with exclusive mini-games purposely designed with the stylus in mind. Although, saying that, I would rather have the extra levels because these extra mini-games are not particularly challenging and more suited to the younger gamers.