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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Wii)
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- Play through the events of all six Star Wars movies for the first time ever in one videogame.
- Solve puzzles that encourage creative thinking through the use of teamwork and unique building situations.
- New levels, new characters and new features added to the fun.
- New levels further complete the entire Star Wars story.
- New playable characters like Watto, Zam Wessell, Boss Nass and more bring the total count to over 160.
- New features include revamped attacks, special moves and power ups.
- Upgraded Character Customizer includes all Prequel Trilogy characters for the first time.
- Online Cooperative mode for Xbox360 and PS3 versions only.
- Motion based controls for Wii, wield your remote like a lightsaber!
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii
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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard Edition
LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga brings the whole family together to play, for the first time ever, through all six Star Wars movies in one videogame. Developer Traveller's Tales adds new levels, new characters and new features to this tongue-in-cheek take on the Star Wars galaxy, as well as enhanced graphics and other unique functionalities serving the strengths of all next-generation consoles. From the Trade Federation's "peace offering" with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn to the space battle above Endor, The Complete Saga is everything you experienced in both LEGO Star Wars games and more. Motion-based controls - wield the Wii Remote like a lightsaber! Commemorate the 30th anniversary of Star Wars by playing through the events of all six Star Wars movies for the first time ever in one videogame. Solve puzzles that encourage creative thinking through the use of teamwork and unique building situations only possible in a LEGO galaxy far, far away. Adds new levels, new characters and new features to the fun, creativity and tongue-in-cheek humor that made LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy such huge hits. Added to Story Mode is Episode II's completely new, never-before-played high-speed pursuit of bounty hunter Zam Wessell. A new unlockable bonus stage depicts young Anakin's Episode I heroics in the space battle above Naboo. New playable characters like Watto, Zam Wessell, Boss Nass and more bring the total count to over 160. New features include revamped attacks (e.g., more powerful Force Pushes), new special moves for characters (e.g., Darth Vader's devastating Force Throw), new power-ups (e.g., invulnerability and enhanced attack damage) and more. The upgraded Character Customiser includes all Prequel Trilogy characters for the first time, while also expanding its customization options well beyond those in LEGO Star Wars II, for millions
Its the game that never shouldve worked. Normal licensed games are usually bad enough but the game of the toy of the film? Clearly the Force was with developer Travellers Tales though because Lego Star Wars I and II were huge critical and commercial hits that showed that not only could licensed games be good but that titles aimed at kids and the family could be just as innovative and entertaining as any other. Clearly not wishing for any of the new consoles to miss out on the fun this is a compendium of both games with a bunch of new extras thrown in on top.
Together the two games cover both the prequel and original trilogy, with each film given six separate levels of its own, one of which is vehicle based. The rest of the levels though are deceptively simple action adventures with a built-in co-operative mode that anyone can join in and leave whenever they want. The combat is simple enough that anyone can play and you never really die, leaving the most complex part of the gameplay the always cleverly designed puzzles.
For this special version of the games extra levels have been added in (including the Zam Wessell chase from Attack of the Clones) as well as new bonus missions, ten new bounty hunter missions and the ability to play any of the characters in any of the levels. Add in a new online co-op mode for the PS3 and 360 and this really is the complete saga.
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Despite this however, The Complete Saga deserves its stars purely for being exactly what it is intended to be; a fun game that is true to the two things that spawned it, Star Wars & Lego. With controls that are easy to master (and allow for easy two player action), expansive levels that recreate (in Lego of course) all the worlds encountered in the six Star Wars movies to explore and a sly sense of humour, like both the films and the bricks this is fun for all the family. Add in the opportunity to control the likes of Obi Wan Kenobi, Boba Fett, Han Solo and all the other iconic characters from the films, all set to John Williams' classic score, and you have close to the perfect game for children and nostalgic adults everywhere.
There are minor niggles of course, including the fact that there is no manual save option available (you have to wait for the autosave to kick in), which can be frustrating when gameplay has to be interrupted, and some of the levels are so simple they would barely challenge five year old, but they're barely worth mentioning here.
The only real disappointment is how little use the game makes of the Wiimote interface. Shaking the Wiimote will result in some lightsabre swinging, but its very imprecise and is about the extent of the use that the game makes of the Wii's unique controller.Read more ›
However I just couldn't resist!
If your thinking you get to use your Wii remote like a lightsaber, think again, yes ok, some gestures will allow you to strike the enemies and stuff, but it isn't true "lightsaber"
That aside, the Wii controls are quite limited, I find myself using it like a normal controller now and then, although waggling the controllers while building / using the force helps speed that up.
So how does this compare to the originals?
Well I have to say thinking "oh I know where all the secrets are and all the Mini-Kits" I thought I would be able to complete the game in no time. (although it took me and a friend 3 hours to complete LSW's originally)
BUT I was wrong, nothing was in the right place, there are new parts to old levels, and parts have been changed, I had to forget where all the secrets where, which is a good thing!
New levels, and a huge character selection is always great, they have got the best of both games and slapped it into one!
The Wii graphics are an improvement, but hey its lego? how good does it have to be?
The comedy is all there, and although most people would think it takes the mick, it actually follows the story of the movies very well!
The game features drop in / drop out play, which is always nice, as you don't have to pause the game or start the level again if your friend / brother / sister / aunt / mum / dad or pet cat, needs to leave the room, or leave altogether!Read more ›
Now, I don't go around with a mind purposeful of party-pooping; but, for those of us a little more mature, I must raise a concern or two.
Firstly, doesn't anyone else see, that releasing two games, and then releasing them again together, as a bit cheeky? I mean, I like to make money as much as the next guy, but why didn't you just bang all six into the first game? It doesn't even really seem to offer much in the way of newness either. Obviously, there's the combined movies in one game, and the functionality of the Wii-mote, but if you've just finished the two older games on another console, you're not going to miss out on much.
Also, I felt that this game was a little slack in some areas. For example, the Wii-mote was not terribly responsive to my commands, and indeed, I found it somewhat tiresome to be constantly swinging my arms around, and eventually just ended up using the directional pad, which, I thought, almost nullified the whole point of playing it on the Wii (though this could relate more to the Wii on the whole, rather than just this game). The game itself, whilst being what it is, still feels quite, well, mindless.
Now, I do understand the whole point of this game, but it still left me feeling, like I was just doing the same thing all of the time; that was a little boring.
On the whole, however, I don't want to disillusion you by saying this game is bad; it isn't.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sealed packet. Children love it. Kept them quite for hours. Recommended sellerPublished 7 days ago by Michael Lavelle.
I bought this as a present for my nephew last year.
Of course he loved it!
I loved it!
His uncle loved it! His cousin and friends also! Read more
my son has gone crossed eyed and dribbles, so I think this is an excellent ganePublished 2 months ago by Simon Love
Great game, 5 year old loves this and even got the 12yearold off the xbox to join in, good story that follows all the movies quite well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul
May be OK for dedicated Star Wars fans who know the film script backwards, but it's not obvious for the rest of us to know 'what to do next' in the game. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Craig