LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
the best aways comes in pieces
i have had this game for more than 5 years now. i have loved every "piece" of this game. this is a truly a masterpiece and a marvel. Lego fans will love to play this game. levels portray almost exactly like the original star wars movies and duels like Vader and Luke are the same but more complex. this game has enough humor to get you laughing yourself. this game is a 10/10 for me and any star wars or lego fan.
best lego game ever made!
if youre looking for a fun family game, look no further than this game. its really good and the storyline never gets boring. this is by FAR the best lego game ever made. lego batman was awesome too,and i would reccomend it also. but as far as gameplay and storyline, this is the best. you get to play as all of your favorite characters from the original star wars movie trilogy. it has the same storyline as the movies and even adds some fun extras to the game like building and interacting with everything in your characters environment. another fun little perk is that you can create your own star wars character. its fully customizable and you can play as them without having a specific storyline in free play.it would be cool if the lego people actually talked though, but its still really good with the characters abd their actions.
Looking for a shooter? Don't look here
I don't personally like shooters, but I've heard of a lot of people who thought this game was a shooter. To win blaster battles, just keep tapping the (X) button. That's all there is to it. It's not realistic at all; as the (X) button shoots and dodges as necessary. I have the original Xbox version, so I can't discuss achievements. So it's an arcade game, and the way they show the two characters is annoying. It's much easier to just do one human player behind the controller, because the "camera" doesn't follow you very well and sometimes it makes you look like you're on a treadmill. This version is much better than LSWI, and you'll find out if you get the game. Also, some of the buttons do way too many things. Such as, with Boba Fett and the Bounty Hunter rocket cheat on, (Y) tags, or if you're not close enough, blows everything in the near vicinity up. And (B): with a bounty hunter, NEVER try to put your blaster away. That's also the button for mines. Nice game, a little confusing at first unless you've played another LEGO Star Wars/Indiana Jones/Batman? game.
George should of filmed with legos.
Game play: Within the first 10 minutes I was sucked into this game. You play through episodes IV, V, and VI. Each episode has a total of six parts including a Super Story that takes you through all the parts of that episode usually lasting 3 hours or more. The story is accurate and it includes funny clips in cut scenes. The controls are simple and only include the left thumb stick and the A, B, and X buttons. Graphics: What more could you ask for, they are LEGO people. The characters look good and their animations are on spot. The movement of characters are LEGOish and The surroundings are detailed and lush. Sounds: There is nothing better then hearing that Star Wars theme once you pop in the disc. During the game you will hear classic Star Wars music like that in Mos Eistley. There are no voice overs though which disappointed me a first, but then I thought it was better then some cheap talent doing the voices. The voices on the other hand are mumbles and grumbles like those heard in Charlie Brown. It adds to the adorable factor. Who would enjoy this? Really anyone from your children to your cousin who is the biggest Star Wars dork you know. You don't have to be a kid or have to like Star Wars to enjoy this game. All in all this is a great game. It is user friendly and very simple. Though it is short you will not be displeased!