LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Pro Reviews

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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Reviews

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GameZone 7/10 Apr 08 '11
EuroGamer 8/10 Mar 28 '11
Games Radar 6/10 Apr 11 '11
GameSpot 6.5/10 Mar 31 '11
IGN 360 7.5/10 Mar 22 '11
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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Previews

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Games Radar Jan 04 '11
GameSpot Dec 16 '10
Official Xbox Magazine Dec 22 '10
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"Not just another brick in the wall."
" While we couldn’t get enough of the original  LEGO Star Wars games, subsequent spin-offs: LEGO Batman, LEGO Indiana Jones, LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Rock Band, LEGO Dancing with the Stars (okay, we made up that last one… we hope) have worn the concept thinner and thinner. They’re not bad games, mind you – but they’ve done little to evolve the series beyond its original, money-making formula. Thankfully, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars looks to be landing just in time to save the brick-busting series from the Dark Side... ..."
" You can't say LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is lacking in content. It's packed full of playable characters to unlock, stuff to collect, and worlds to wander about on plastic legs with no knees. Across a multi-threaded campaign spanning events from seasons 1-2 of the TV series The Clone Wars, your force of little plastic brick warriors is whisked (typically in groups of 2-4, whom you swap between on the fly) from hack 'n' slash missions to space dogfights and back down to the ground for RTS-style battles with tons of droids and clones squaring off for territory. There's a ridiculous array of different things that players can find and do... ..."
"We speak to co-project lead Andrew Bell to find out more about the upcoming Lego game. "
"The Clone Wars offers an ambitious step up from previous games in the series, but a ton of small issues across the board lead to boredom and frustration. "