LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga on the PS3 builds on the success of both LEGO Star Wars “block-busters” and enables families to play through the events of all six Star Wars movies in one videogame for the first time ever. Developer Traveller’s Tales takes full advantage of the unique capabilities of all three next-generation consoles, while also adding new characters, new levels and new features. 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.
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There will always be something to love with a combination of Star Wars and Legos. Two of Americans favorite childhood things. Smashing these two together made something familiar and refreshing for all ages. You cannot get better than that. By pulling Lego Star Wars and Lego Star Wars II the result was a child called Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga.
Basically The Complete Saga is a combination of both games but with better HD-quality and lightly tweaked for entertainment reasons. This game is appealing to all different age groups, whether you have played the first two games or not. To get a little familiar with how the whole Lego Star Wars concept works here is a little break down for you. The first couple of games cover the Star Wars episodes I-III. Each game is a action puzzle of which is covers the story segment that its meant too.
The complete saga will drop you into the Cantina where you are allowed to wander as much as your heart desires. You can mess around just about anywhere you'd like that includes shops, arena play, and wandering the junkyard. There are a total of six chapters in each episode. After your done with the first chapter of episode I the intro is automatically opened for you. This makes it possible for you to skip around from one episode to the next, which is convenient if you want to play your favorite areas first. The best part about this game is that there is forever something to do. There is a good mixture of mini-games, arcade play, or free play games for you. That does not include the whole process of going through all the episodes. So this is one awesome feature it allows you to have. It also makes the game well worth the money spent because it lasts you such a long time and always gives you something to go back too later on.
All together the complete saga is an ultimate success for people of all ages. It is filled with fantastic humor and the animation is clear and sharper than the last two games. Everything about this game is high quality including the music and sound. There are no complaints about any one detail this game has to offer it's players. They have also given the player the option of online co-op so you can play with multiple people online. That makes the game even more enjoyable among friends and family. There was one problem that proceeded to happen with the other two Lego Star Wars games and that had to do with camera control. There was always something a little off with it causing it to not be so easy to see. Luckily, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga has shown to somewhat fix this issue. Not sure what the issue is with always have some sort of camera problem but this time it seems to have a little bit more control. With that being the only complaint everything else is amazing and the game really does deserve a chance to be played. If you don't want to buy it, rent it.