LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (PC)

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (PC)

  • Genre: Child-friendly, Adventure, War, Sci-Fi, Platform, Arcade, Party
  • Format: Physical edition
  • Release year: 2006
Rank 742 in PC Games
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3.3 of 5 stars

Based on 2 reviews

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27/11/2009
Edited 28/11/2009
Toppenkul. Even better in the versions where both trilogies are.

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18/12/2008
A basically pretty fun game: to which different role people from the films run around in known environments and figure a little while fighting against the Empire. Unfortunately that little fly in the ointment. In order to progress in the game you have to "collect" different things, which makes the game rather dull in the long run. - Primary collects "money" (called Cudos) to buy upgrades and become the "True Jedi". This is best done by destroying as much as possible of the interior and loose objects, which goes on direct collision course with the Jedi teachings. - In addition, they collect "mini-kits", of which there are ten per lane. Once you have found and taken all ten, which in practice requires already played through all the regular courses at least once before you get Cudos. - At each level there is also somewhere a hidden red-orange legobit to pick. It unlocks the ability to purchase any upgrade. - When you complete a level and / or become a "True Jedi" on the track to get a piece of gold. There are a total of 99 gold pieces, and when you had their first 60 you get access to a bonus track. The game is not very easy for smaller children. My daughter, just turned seven years old, has trouble moving the old men with the required accuracy at times. My four year old son has it harder anyway ... Both kids think anyway that the game is very fun, even if in practice it is I who plays for them. The game also does not require that you are logged on as an administrator on the computer. (A common shortcoming of Swedish children's games, in my experience.)

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