Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga (2007)

Video Game  -  Animation | Comedy | Fantasy  -  6 November 2007 (USA)
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In Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, you can now experience all 6 episodes at once. Containing the same levels and locations. Only with newer features and improvements. Such as more extras... See full summary »

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Jar-Jar Binks (archive footage) (uncredited)
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In Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, you can now experience all 6 episodes at once. Containing the same levels and locations. Only with newer features and improvements. Such as more extras to unlock, more vehicles to build, new playable characters, & a better customizing Lego character feature. Now all Lego & Star Wars fans alike can experience this game more than it's successors. Written by J LeGault

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WILHELM SCREAM: During the first battle of Star Wars episode 3, when you are killed. See more »

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During the second Bespin level (Episode V, Chapter 6), Leia has a long braided hairdo. In the cut-scene at the end of the level (depicting the escape on the Falcon) she has the "cinnamon buns" hairdo from Episode IV. See more »

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Best Lego Game I've Played
10 August 2013 | by (Who Wants To Know?) – See all my reviews

I own this game and love playing it. I have had it for a year and have still not beat it. It is fun nonetheless. I'll start by reviewing each chapter.

CHAPTER I: My least favorite. You don't unlock very many characters, and the graphics are the worst in the game. Part 5 is why it took me so long to finish Chapter I. RETAKE THEED PALACE, I think it was. It had OK graphics, but it should have been shorter, in my opinion. CHAPTER II: Chapter II was a lot better than Chapter I. It had better graphics and better characters to unlock. The only part I didn't like was Bounty Hunter Pursuit. It was Part I. I didn't like it because it was very hard to complete and took me a long time. Other than that, I liked all of the other parts of the Chapter II. CHAPTER III: My favorite in the game. It had great graphics and cool characters to unlock. I think it was best because it had easy levels and was a lot like the movie. Another reason I like it is because the levels were very close to the actual events that happened in the movie, with some small variations. Unlike the animated half hour lego movies that are not even close. I have not found all the canisters yet, which help you build mini kits, but I am very close. CHAPTER IV: Not one of the best. It was sorta like the movie, but not really. It had OK graphics, and was very hard to complete, and the canisters are extremely hard to find. It does have it's good parts, like Part II, Part III, and Part VI. Overall, I'd say it was OKish. CHAPTER V: A little better than Chapter VI, but not by much. It had great graphics, I'll give it that. 2 parts of the chapter were in the same place, but where I will not tell. The characters you unlock are pretty cool, but you don't unlock all of them that were in the movie. So it was better than Chapter VI, but not by much. CHAPTER VI: My 2nd favorite in the game. It had the best graphics in the game. It had really cool characters to unlock and they were some of the best characters in the movie and the game. My least favorite part was The Battle of Endor. It took me a really long time to complete and the canisters were very, very hard to find. I still haven't found all of them yet.

I'll fill you in on canisters and gold bricks and everything else There are 6 parts per Chapter. Chapter being different episodes in the series. Parts are different segments of the chapter. There are 10 canisters per part, 60 per chapter. There are 160 gold bricks in the game. You get a goldbrick when completing something or collecting all of the canisters in a level. You can also do extra missions, which are an option during the game. The cantina is an alternate place during the game. This is where you can buy characters. When you unlock a character, you don't automatically get to play as them. You have to go to the minishop to pay studs for them. Studs are collected when you destroy something, put something together, etc. I give this video game a 7/10. Thanks for reading!


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