Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy – Xbox 360

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The Empire strikes back in this sequel to the endearing Star Wars game made all of LEGOs. LEGO Star Wars II follows the Rebel Alliance’s battle to dismantle the Galactic Empire and rebuild a galaxy in pieces. From Darth Vader’s pursuit of Princess Leia aboard her blockade runner to a showdown on the reconstructed Death Star the game includes even more of the family-friendly LEGO action. The sequel finally allows you to build with your LEGO blocks as a new Free Play mode allows gamers to customize the vehicles for new ship designs as well as Free Play all of the playable characters (over 100 in total) by mixing and matching body parts forming the likes of “Stormbacca” “Chew Vader” and “Leia Wan Kenobi.” Other additions include cool new character-specific attacks and maneuvers Power Brick items playable mini-kit vehicles an improved two-player camera a greater challenge for advanced players and more.Format: XBOX 360 Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE Rating: RP UPC: 023272329761 Manufacturer No: 32976

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  1. 34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Force is Strong With This One, September 12, 2006
    By 
    S. Rhodes
    (VINE VOICE)
      
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)
      

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy – Xbox 360 (Video Game)

    After the release of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith in theaters we got Lego Star Wars; a game that was a lot of fun to play simply because it emulated the movies rather well with all the characters being made entirely from Legos. Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy is even better for the simple fact of nostalgia. Any Star Wars fan will enjoy this.

    You’ll begin the game in the Cantina in Mos Eisley. This is the hub, and from there you can go into any of the three episodes and play through them. At the start you’ll only be able to choose A New Hope, but after completing the first chapter, you can choose The Empire Strikes Back or Return of the Jedi. As you go through the three episodes you’ll some of the most memorable moments of the movies acted out entirely with legos. These moments aren’t only memorable, but they’re given a hilarious charm. These moments are also from the actual original versions of the movies as well. In other words, Han Solo DOES shoot first.

    The game is visually striking. Seeing your favorite characters from the original Star Wars films as legos is quite a treat. Not only do you get to have nostalgia with Star Wars, but with legos as well. Even better are the hilarious antics of most of the scenes. On the XBOX360 it looks especially sharp. Far better than the other consoles, especially because it’ll actually focus in on objects (far off objects actually look blurry, for example). To benefit the nostalgia even more is how John Williams’ classic score accompanies each and every level of the game. For a Star Wars fan this game is the ultimate nostalgia.

    As you play through each of the classic episodes, you’ll be in control of several characters. Not all at once, but you’ll end up having to switch. At times you may only have two characters, at others there may be as many as seven in your party at once. Your characters, depending on who they are, also have their own unique skills they can use. Jedi for example, can double jump and use the force. Those who wield blasters have a grappling hook that allows them to ascend to accessible platforms. The droids can open up special doors for you. Other characters, like the Jawas and Ewoks will be able to go into vents and access areas the other characters can’t. In all actuality, they’re really no different than their counterparts in the original Lego Star Wars. Also like the original Lego Star Wars, you’ll constantly have to switch between characters in order to get through each and every area. You’ll have to switch to R2-D2 to open up a door, for example. More than one person can play at a time, which is also really cool. You can also beat up your allies if you wish, and they respawn instantly. The gameplay isn’t completely the same, though, there have been some small tweaks made here and there.

    The additions to the gameplay aren’t huge, but they are welcome. As you progress through levels all your characters may be able to assemble certain materials together to form a droid to help them fight. In the original Lego Star Wars this ability was only given to the Jedi, but here everyone can do it. There are also moments when you’ll have to dress up as a stormtrooper in order to gain access through certain doors. You’ll also be given the chance at some point to dress up as a bounty hunter and you’ll be able to use Thermal Detonators. Characters also have their own unique abilities. Chewie, for example, can rip a stormtroopers arms right out of his sockets. All of these are welcome additions, and that’s not even all there is to the gameplay. From time to time you’ll be in command of vehicles. Landspeeders, the Millennium Falcon, the X-Wing and more as you take on some of the more memorable moments from the film, like destroying the death star.

    It will probably only take you five hours at the very least to complete the story mode of all three episodes. However, Lego Star Wars II is full of extras. Each time you dispatch an enemy, whether it be in story mode or not, you’ll earn money. You can also destroy certain objects and obtain money. You can use the money you gain to purchase cheats and hidden characters. Each time you get a new character they’ll walk around in the hub, and you can switch to them. “Purchasing” characters isn’t the only way to get them. You could easily just use one in story mode and you’ve got him or her. You’ll also get hidden characters if you’ve got save data from the original Lego Star Wars. Just unlocking all the characters takes a lot of time.

    The importance of unlocking characters is so you can play through certain aspects of the free play mode. There are places that in story mode the default characters couldn’t reach. These hidden characters might be able to reach it, though, and so you will find yourself playing through levels again. The good news is these levels are so much fun that playing through a second, third or even fourth time is no…

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  2. 24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect Gaming Fun for All Ages, September 16, 2006
    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
    I loved the original Lego Star Wars game. It was incredibly fun, very replayable and had a wicked sense of humor. Lego Star Wars II is just as fun, and covers Episodes IV-VI!

    It’s very rare to find a game that kids can play, adults can play, and everybody truly loves it. This is one of those games. I’m sure kids enjoy the game quite a lot – but pretty much every adult gamer I know loves this series as well. It’s fun, it has classic scenes from the Star Wars movies done in a VERY funny style, and you can keep replaying it. You can play it with friends! You can unlock new episodes, new ships, new characters, you name it.

    The first thing you notice when you enter the “Cantina” is that now you can MAKE NEW CHARACTERS!!! Yes, you can mix up Darth Vader’s head, Princess Leia’s torso and a stormtrooper’s pants. You can mix pretty much any character you find in the game, and give them personalized names! Then you can bring 2 of your creations into the game with you on free play mode. Talk about fun!!

    The game gets even better. Yes, you work through all the classic scenes – Luke buying the droids, the Death Star blowing up, and so on from the “first 3 movies” (in release order at least). The cut scenes are VERY funny. Being able to play along as the various characters is amazingly fun in story mode, and even better in “free play” when you can randomly switch between a variety of characters to find all the hidden items.

    I love the stud finding system. You want more money? Just replay a mission a few times. You can get all sorts of fun “cheats” (not cheats, really, but fun add-ons), you can buy new characters to use, and much more. It really gives you incentive to keep playing.

    Is a youngster in the house having trouble playing? Just have an adult pop into the game for a while to help out, then the adult can pop out again, to let the child keep playing! It is just brilliant. I love this game.

    The graphics are superb, as last time, with little lego movements seeming just right. Their swaggers and sliders are incredibly funny. The sound, of course, is the real movie soundtrack and is superb. You couldn’t ask for anything better.

    Even the tiny touches are funny. If C-3PO starts getting hit, he loses an arm, then another arm, then a leg. You have him hopping along valiantly behind you, trying to remain with your team. Chewie rips off arms from stormtroopers.

    Now of course, there are always a few things the game designers get wrong. While Chewie’s arm-ripping is quite funny, it is REALLY annoying when he does it – very slowly – in the middle of a firefight when you wanted him to be blasting away. The characters automatically switch into close combat mode if they think someone is nearby, even if you really needed to fire away at someone with the blaster. Even more annoying, if you’re blasting away at “destructables” (wall items, whatever) and your friend gets near you start bashing on him!

    The camera is also really annoying. You get a *slight* amount of view control, but not much. When you are craning around trying to find a mini-kit on the screen and the camera keeps swooping wildly exactly where you do NOT want to look, it can get very frustrating.

    Still, these are minor problems in a game that is so stellar. I highly, highly recommend this game for any gamer of any age. It’s incredibly fun.

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Software Bugs Mar Otherwise Wonderful Game, June 26, 2007
    By 
    David I. Salter (New York, NY) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
    At first blush, this game seems like it should be an absolute blast to play. And it is – for casual players. The unique, all-ages friendly nature of the gameplay actually does make it possible for the entire family to play and enjoy.

    However (and this is a big however), less casual gamers who attempt to complete the entire game will eventually run into a major bug that causes the console to freeze on a certain level (the Battle For Endor level in Super Story mode, for those who are interested), thereby rendering the game almost impossible to fully complete. Because the bug only occurs about forty to fifty minutes into the mode in question, the experience of attempting to complete the game becomes a maddening, time-wasting experience in frustration. How such a clearly unfinished product was ever released to market, and why numerous patches have yet to fix the problem almost defies comprehension.

    So, in a nutshell, if you’re the sort of person who only expects to spend a few hours running through the basic mode of the game, then by all means buy it; it’s great fun. But if you’re the sort of gaming completist who enjoys sticking with a game until you have unlocked every last thing, leave this utterly broken piece of software in a galaxy far, far away.

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