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LEGO Star Wars (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
4.4 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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  • Play the most memorable and exciting scenes from The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and the forthcoming Episode III Revenge of the Sith
  • Massive array of vehicles including Naboo fighters, pod racers, speeder bikes, and yet-to-be-unveiled vehicles from Revenge of the Sith
  • Over 30 playable characters
  • Twoplayer 'drop in, drop out' mode
  • Free-play mode where unlocked characters can be played in different scenarios to the films
  • Use 'The Force' to manipulate environments and objects in order to solve puzzles
  • Collectables that can be used to unlock hidden levels and vehicles
  • Authentic sounds from the films provided by Skywalker Studio
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • BBFC Rating: Universal, suitable for all
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000BH40QC
  • Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 13.7 x 1.5 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 7 Oct. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,933 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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As one of those mean, mingey, old-fashioned Dads who think their children should be reading suitable books, watching educational programmes or outside playing in the fresh air, I had quite a few reservations about buying a PS2 for my eight-year-old son and even more in buying this particular game. Having watched several nephews and friends turn into mindless zombies whose immediate response to seeing anything in front of them is to nuke it, I had developed a particular aversion to fast-blast video games, regardless of how much their mothers might claim it improves hand-eye co-ordination.
However, I have to admit that I might have been wrong, quite possibly for the first time since 1978. My eight-year-old loves this game above all others and much prefers light-sabres to blasters. Although there is a fair amount of armed combat, there is also a lot of strategy, exploration and acquisition. I still wouldn't rate it highly on the educational front but it is a lot of fun, even to the extent that I'm occasionally allowed to use the second control panel we had to buy so that my daughter could engage in co-operative play although obviously on the condition that I do exactly what I'm told and drop out as soon as we get to a tricky bit. The multiple levels and chapters allow for a large variety of terrains and tasks all based (loosely) on the first three films (that's episodes I-III, which of course are the second three films for anyone born before 1965).
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My favourite game ever . Some parts are really challenging and some scenes are just lots of fun like the jedi battle and the droid factory and Count Doku. Even my 3-year-old brother can play it really well. In some space ship levels it really feels like you are there with Anakin or Obiwan.
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This is a fantastic game. I have been a Star Wars fan, a lego fan and a playstation 2 gamer for years.Most games on the playstation that have tried to do justice to the Star Wars trilogies have been sadly lacking.

I was sceptical to say the least when this came out, but decided to risk it, and was glad i did!

The graphics are good and functional.Simple and effective is the order of the day here.The soundtrack is awesome, as it uses the themes from the films.The game is easy to pick up and play whether you are 8,18 or 28!And so it has real mainstream appeal.There are plenty of hidden extras to find - hidden characters, hidden extras so it really can be a game that will fulfil your gaming needs - you can pick it up and have a laugh for an hour or so, or you can deliberately try and complete all the extras.

The co-operative mode is fantastic too - the playstation 2 hasn't really produced enough top-notch co-op games, but this is one of the best.

There is only one reason i didn't give this 5 stars, and that is because the sequel is now available, and improves on this game by a 100%!My opinion is that you should buy both.

The only niggle with this game is that it is slightly short, but good games always leave you feeling that you want more.And the developers have addressed this in the sequel........

Fabulous for gamers of all ages, and brilliant for fun, or furious completion - BUY IT (and the sequel too!)
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I have two sons of 31/2 and 6 and I was finding it really hard to find a PS2 game that was fun for both that they could play as two players or one player. Thank goodness for Lego Star Wars. It is absolutely brilliant the boys love it and my husband and I are addicted too! They play it again and again they shriek with laughter and jump up and down with excitement while playing. We haven't come across a better family PS2 game. This is original, tricky & easy (depending on level), funny with fantastic graphics all round a big thumbs up. Wonderful!!!!!!!
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A fantastic game. Fun and provides hours of enjoyment. The fact that there is two player drop-in drop-out story mode is great. The range of characters you can play with makes it even more enjoyable. Plus you can unlock additions to the game such as fighting with tea cups or brooms. Even if you are not a massive fan of Star Wars this is a must buy. Brilliant.
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So, we all know the story of George Lucas's Star Wars saga, we've all seen the movies, bought and collected the toys - far too many in my own life - and all put our hands to our heads when Jar Jar Binks just did not die horribly in the first thirty seconds of the Phantom Menace ! So how was the greatest story ever told (apologies to Christians throughout the world) going to be translated into Lego ?

The answer ? Superbly ! This is a fantastic little game in my opinion, even though I prefer playing games like Obscure, Doom 3 and Silent Hill - I think working for my company for 23 years is slowly making me realise working for the Umbrella Corp might be a better idea.

It was a total break from the norm, an entertaining and refreshing, silly piece of non-sense. Any game that you can put a moustache on R2-D2 cannot really be held too highly in the Mastermind fraternity !

The game is divide into the 3 movies and you can play your way through any of the three - you do not have to finish them in any order, so you can go straight to `Revenge' , if that's your thing. Each movie is divided up into 5 or 6 sub-levels - these you do have to play in order.

The idea of the game is simply to go through the levels, defeat your enemies, collect lego studs and kits, and achieve `jedi' status to gain super-kit bonus's. As you meet fellow characters, you can take control of them and those you defeat you can buy - with exorbitant amounts of studs - in Dexter's shop after finishing the level, to replay any level with purchased or `met' additional characters. This is where the designers of the game have put a lot of work into the planning of the game, as some of the collectables can only be reached or obtained by characters you meet in later stages of the game.
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