LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy User Reviews
-Same game play and humor as the original.
-The ability to mix and match Lego parts.
-Graphics have many glitches.
-Gameplay sometimes tries patience and brings down the fun factor.
-Lack of sound in certain cut scenes takes away some of the humor present.
After the success of the first Lego Star Wars, the sequel makes a rather disappointing appearance on Nintendo DS.
Graphics: You have to accept the fact that the Nintendo DS will not have the same look and presentation as the Game Cube (or Playstation, Xbox), but there is no excuse for your characters disappearing, not being able to see around a wall because the camera angle won't change, icons on the touch screen disappearing, backgrounds disappearing, and enemies appearing out of no where in a seemingly empty room. Also the 3D environment seems slow and awkward at times when it really shoul...
+ Simple gameplay makes it easy to pick up and play.
+ The Lego theme makes for some smile-inducing shenanigans.
+ Plenty of unlockables and a fair amount of length.
- Derivative gameplay does nothing to change the world.
- Cinematics are short and will absolutely confuse any player not familiar with the movies.
In a world where almost any game developer will grab popular licenses and stamp it with a cookie cutter to mass-produce a derivative slop pile of money-making mediocrity that would make Andy Warhol proud, it's extremely rare to find a title that does little more than take a worn-out formula and paint it with a new skin. In an ironic twist that's almost completely ridiculous, Lego Star Wars manages to be a double-tiered license tie-in (using both, you guessed it, Star Wars and Lego) that actually rises above its brethren as a cheap money-making generic.
Where the whole "A long time ago in a g...
With Lego Star Wars I being a major hit among Star Wars fans, young and old, it was without a doubt that the sequel would be an extremely good game. For people that want to go through the game without focusing on what the game is really about (finding coins and mini-kit pieces) then they may have to look somewhere else for entertainment but if you're planning on playing the game properly then you're sure to find everything you need in the game. It's much harder to get all the coins in an environment now compared to LSWI (Lego Star Wars I) but this is good thing because it'll give you a real...
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