Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
Completionist Info
The Completionist - Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga - Fun Size Jedi Action

The Completionist - Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga - Fun Size Jedi Action

Episode Number 175
Date Released May 27th, 2016
Completionist Rating Finiplay It!
Link Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a Lego-themed action-adventure video game based on theLego Star Wars line of toys. It is a combination of the game Lego Star Wars: The Video Game and its sequel Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, which includes all of the first six episodes. The game was announced by LucasArts on 25 May 2007 at Celebration IV and was released for the Xbox 360,PlayStation 3, Wii, and Nintendo DS on 6 November 2007 in North America. The compilation title was released for the PC on 13 October 2009 in the US. Its sequel, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, was released in March 2011. The Mac OS X version of the game was released on 12 November 2010 by Feral Interactive., iOS version of the game was released on 12 December 2013, and the Android version was released on 1 January 2015. There is also a version available on the Amazon Appstore for kindle.

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The Completionist Edit

Jirard reviewed Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga for the 175th episode of The Completionist.

Jirard praises the game's progression and presentation as faithful to the Star Wars movies. He also loves the game's cutscenes, and appreciates the lack of voice acting and letting the characters' actions speak for themselves.

Jirard notes that the game is fairly simplistic, yet deep. He also appreciates the variety in level types and characters. Above all, he loves Free Mode, as it gives freedom to use any character in any level. Also, he loves being encouraged to break things to find studs and other collectibles. He also likes the boss fights, though is somewhat critical of the repetition of gameplay.

Jirard finds the amount of collectibles overwhelming, due to the necessity for studs. On top of that, Jirard is frustrated that the completion bonus essentially gives the player unlimited studs, when a lot of studs are needed to complete the game in the first place.

Jirard encourages any fans of Star Wars to give this game a shot, though notes that it's more stressful than it's worth to fully complete.

Statistics Edit

  • 45 Deaths
  • 36 Red Power Bricks Hunted Down (Text says 35, Jirard says 36)
  • Over 100 Characters Unlocked
  • 160 Gold Bricks Grabbed
  • 720 Total Mini Kits Collected
  • 55 Hours of Playtime
  • 0 Medals for poor, poor Chewbacca

Trivia Edit

  • Footage from both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions are shown in this video, though Jirard likely completed the 360 version.
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