LEGO Star Wars :: PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii Game Review

Supersize your LEGO Star Wars fun with the new game that combines the first two into a giant pile of adventure for PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii! We review LEGO Star Wars III here.
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LEGO Star Wars :: PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii Game Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 20, 2007
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Supersize your LEGO Star Wars fun with the new game that combines the first two into a giant pile of adventure for PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii! We review LEGO Star Wars here.

The incredibly awesome LEGO Star Wars video games are back with LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Trilogy for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii! This new game takes the first two Game-of-the-Year winning LEGO Star Wars games and mashes them together into a single supersized video game. Plus it adds more features and extras to all the old levels! Here's Gary's LEGO Star Wars game review.

Feel the Power of the Force

Jump into the LEGO-ized world of Star Wars with all the aliens, bounty hunters, Jedi, Sith, wookies and adventure! This game recreates all the action of all six Star Wars movies with you as the movie heroes, blasting droids and collecting LEGO studs to buy power-ups and unlock characters. The levels let you and a friend run around as LEGO-ized Star Wars heroes and pilot vehicles from karts to AT-ST walkers! There are also spaceship levels, snowspeeder levels and a brand-new podracer level. This new LEGO Star Wars game also adds power-ups you can grab that make you invincible with super-powerful attacks for a few seconds. All of this combines to give you a gigantic bunch of video game fun.

Awesome Action

Not only is LEGO Star Wars fast and fun, with simple controls so anybody can play, the entire game is packed with humor, from carrot-wielding stormtroopers to Jedi pranks and bumbling villains. Once you've beaten a level you can play it again with any character you've unlocked, even bosses like General Grievous and Darth Maul! Each character you unlock has different abilities, plus you can create a custom-character by mixing and matching LEGO parts.

Bad Bricks

Even with all the new stuff, LEGO Star Wars III is basically LEGO Star Wars I and II all over again. If you have either of the games, do you really need to buy them again? Other than that, it's awesome.

Game of the Year Contender?

If you like LEGO or Star Wars at all, you need this game. It's awesome, fantastic, terrific and packed with tons of hilarious video game fun. If you have the first two games you don't really need it, but it still has lots of new stuff you can enjoy. LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Trilogy is fantastic fun and a definite contender for Game of the Year!

Thumbs Up:

  • LEGO + Star Wars = more awesome than pizza + ice cream.
  • Super easy to play.
  • Tons of fun characters, and power-ups, to unlock.
  • Different game modes - including improved podracing!
  • Create a custom character, even Santa Claus!
  • Play as your favorite Star Wars characters.
  • Replay levels to collect all the hidden items.
  • Thumbs Down:

  • If you have the first two it's a lot of the same.
  • Too easy for hardcore gamers.
  • Game Rating: 5

    Available for: PS3, Xbox 360, Wii.

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