A fun game for both younger and older fans of Star Wars.

User Rating: 7.5 | LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga X360
Lego games have been around for a few years now, and these games have really had plenty of family appeal. LucasArts and Traveler's Tales merged to create Lego Star Wars, something that would appeal to those with affection for George Lucas' space opera, as well as those colorful building blocks. This game revolved around the modern movies, from episode one to three. The 2006 sequel was even better, based on the original movies from the eighties.

With "The Complete Saga", Traveler's tales has glued both of those games into one, long and valuable package. This solid package is made better than its predecessors with improved graphics, new levels, and online cooperative play. If you have played either of the two previous games however, there will be a lot of recycled content and therefore makes this harder to recommend.

The essential and basic appeal of Lego Star Wars is that it lets you act out the most memorable Star Wars moments as a colorful Lego people. Environments are inventive and cute, colorful versions of the movies locations. Naboo, Kamino and parts of the Death Star are included. You play as either Jedi's, Droids, soldiers, or child-like people that all play slightly differently and are all significant in their own ways. All enemies slain break-apart into little pieces. To mix it up, there are a few racing missions that involve the driving of Pod racers and Star Wars spaceships.

The main changes of The Complete Saga will only be noticeable for those who thoroughly played through the first two games. For those who have already played these older games, there is perhaps not enough new to keep you tagged, but for those select few and those who have never played the series but enjoy Star Wars, The Complete Saga is a worthwhile game and is simply fun.