Lego Star Wars review

  • The simplicity of play
  • Great visual humor
  • Mace Windu's head
  • Loads of pointless busy work
  • No original trilogy stuff
  • Needing to play as Mr. Binks

Lego Star Wars‘s real success, though, lies in the fact that, while obviously targeted at kids, it’s entirely unlike turgid, fiddly efforts such as The Incredibles, and is instead immensely playable and impeccably put together. It’ll never reach Metroid Prime difficulty or Zelda depth – but it’s not meant to. It’s simple, almost effortless to play and all the better for it.

More Info

Release date: Oct 25 2005 - GameCube
Apr 05 2005 - Xbox
Mar 29 2005 - PS2, PC (US)
Mar 29 2005 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: GBA, GameCube, Xbox, DS, PS2, PC
Published by: LucasArts
Developed by: Traveller's Tales
ESRB Rating:
Everyone: Violence


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