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LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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Item №:

see Versions

LEGO Theme:

Star Wars

Price:

see Versions

Developer(s):

Traveller's Tales

Publisher(s):

LucasArts
Feral Interactive (Mac OS X)[1]

Date Released:

USA: November 6, 2007
Australia: November 7, 2007 Europe: November 9, 2007 (Xbox 360 & PS3), November 16, 2007 (Wii & DS)

Genre:

Action, adventure

Mode(s):

Single player, two player simultaneous, Xbox Live

Rating:

ESRB: PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360: E10+, Nintendo DS: E, PEGI: PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360: 7+, Nintendo DS: 3+

Platforms:

Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC, Mac OS X[1]


LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is the third LEGO Star Wars video game and covers the events of all six Star Wars episodes in the saga.

The game has new characters like Plo Koon, Aayla Secura, Lama Su, R2-Q5 , Watto, Taun We, Zam Wesell, Boss Nass, and Captain Tarpals (These characters are not playable in the Nintendo DS version). It also includes new levels such as the bounty hunter pursuit from Episode 2: Attack of the Clones. It has been released for all the "next-generation" consoles: PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, and the Xbox 360; and on October 13, 2009 it was released on Windows PC.

The Mac OS X version of the game was released by Feral Interactive[1] on 12 November 2010.

The game has the original podrace, the original Gunship Cavalry, and the never before seen Anakin's Flight in the bonus level room. The final bonus level from the first LEGO Star Wars game, A New Hope, is also included. A new LEGO city level is included, New Town, along with the original, and in two-player arcade you can do Lightsaber battles against people from around the world. The hub for this game is, like LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, Mos Eisley Cantina.

Notes[edit]

  • It was released in 2007 on Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, and Nintendo DS, but it was not released on PC until 2009.

Characters[edit]

Non-playable characters[edit]

Levels[edit]

Episode I: A Phantom Menace[edit]

  • Chapter 1: Negotiations
  • Chapter 2: Invasion on Naboo
  • Chapter 3: Escape from Naboo
  • Chapter 4: Mos Espa Pod Race
  • Chapter 5: Retake Theed Palace
  • Chapter 6: Darth Maul
  • Bonus Level: Mos Espa Pod Race (Original)
  • Bonus Level: Anakin's Flight

Episode II: Attack of the Clones[edit]

  • Chapter 1: Bounty Hunter Pursuit
  • Chapter 2: Discovery on Kamino
  • Chapter 3: Droid Factory
  • Chapter 4: Jedi Battle
  • Chapter 5: Gunship Cavalry
  • Chapter 6: Count Dooku
  • Bonus Level: Gunship Cavalry (Original)

Episode III: Revenge of the Sith[edit]

  • Chapter 1: Battle over Coruscant
  • Chapter 2: Chancellor in Peril
  • Chapter 3: General Grievous
  • Chapter 4: Defense of Kashyyyk
  • Chapter 5: Ruin of the Jedi
  • Chapter 6: Darth Vader

Episode IV: A New Hope[edit]

  • Chapter 1: Secret Plans
  • Chapter 2: Through the Jundland Wastes
  • Chapter 3: Mos Eisley Spaceport
  • Chapter 4: Rescue the Princess
  • Chapter 5: Escape the Death Star
  • Chapter 6: Rebel Attack
  • Bonus Level: A New Hope (from LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game

Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back[edit]

  • Chapter 1: Hoth Battle
  • Chapter 2: Escape the Echo Base
  • Chapter 3: Falcon Flight
  • Chapter 4: Dagobah
  • Chapter 5: Cloud City Trap
  • Chapter 6: Betrayal over Bespin
  • Bonus Level: LEGO City

Episode VI: Return of the Jedi[edit]

  • Chapter 1: Jabba's Palace
  • Chapter 2: The Great Pit of Carkoon
  • Chapter 3: Speeder Showdown
  • Chapter 4: Battle of Endor
  • Chapter 5: Jedi Destiny
  • Chapter 6: Into the Death Star
  • Bonus Level: New Town

Bounty Hunter Missions[edit]

  • Mission 1: Qui-Gon Jinn (Negotiations)
  • Mission 2: Queen Amidala (Escape from Naboo)
  • Mission 3: Jar Jar Binks (Invasion of Naboo)
  • Mission 4: Mace Windu (Droid Factory)
  • Mission 5: Kit Fisto (Discovery on Kamino)
  • Mission 6: Luminara (Jedi Battle)
  • Mission 7: Ki-Adi Mundi (Chancellor in Peril)
  • Mission 8: Rebel Trooper (Defense of Kashyyyk)
  • Mission 9: Shaak Ti (Ruin of the Jedi)
  • Mission 10: Commander Cody (General Grievous)
  • Mission 11: R2-D2 (Secret Plans)
  • Mission 12: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Through the Jundland Wastes)
  • Mission 13: Chewbacca (Mos Eisley Spaceport Part 2)
  • Mission 14: Princess Leia (Rescue the Princess)
  • Mission 15: Admiral Ackbar (Escape from Echo Base Part 2)
  • Mission 16: Yoda (The Battle of Endor)
  • Mission 17: C-3PO (Betrayal over Bespin Part 1)
  • Mission 18: Lando Calrissian (Betrayal over Bespin Part 2)
  • Mission 19: Luke Skywalker (Mos Eisley Spaceport Part 1)
  • Mission 20: Han Solo (Escape from Echo Base Part 1)

Character Abilities[edit]

Force Choke[edit]

High Jump[edit]

Sith Lightning[edit]

Double Bladed Lightsaber[edit]

Vent Crawl[edit]

Thermal Detonator[edit]

Bounty hunter rockets (optional)[edit]

Self Destruct (optional)[edit]

Bosses[edit]

Episode I Bosses

  • Darth Maul (3 hearts first time, 10 hearts second time)

Episode II Bosses

Episode III Bosses

Episode IV Bosses

Episode V Bosses

Episode VI Bosses

Vehicles[edit]

Story[edit]

Purchase[edit]


Notes[edit]

  • The level "Bounty Hunter Pursuit" and the character model for Zam Wesell were going to be included in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, but were not officially included until LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.

Differences From the Movies[edit]

The Phantom Menace[edit]

  • TC-14 is on your side in the first level so you can learn about the droid abilities.
  • In the movie, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan fight the droidekas in the hall, but in the game they fight them in the hangar.
  • In the movie Jar Jar is running from the tanks, but in the game he is smelling the flowers and is not aware of the tanks until Qui-Gon saves him.
  • In the movie, shortly before the Duel of the Fates, Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon, and Maul drop their cloaks. In the game they wear their cloaks during the battle.
  • Shmi Skywalker does not appear.

The Attack of the Clones[edit]

  • Shmi Skywalker, Owen, Beru, and Cliegg Lars do not appear, with all of the Tatooine scenes being omitted.

Revenge of the Sith[edit]

  • Palpatine has the disfigured face during the Battle of Coruscant.
  • The scene where Mace Windu, Saesee Tiin, Kit Fisto, and Agen Kolar arrest Palpatine is omitted.
  • Anakin does not get burned on Mustafar, which is odd because he wears the life-support suit anyway.
  • Anakin's yellow Jedi Starfighter is seen on Mustafar, wheras in the movie it was destroyed during the Battle of Coruscant and he used a green Starfighter on Mustafar. This was probably because his green Starfighter was not yet released at the time the game was made.
  • Bail Organa does not appear.
  • The ending where Luke is brought to Owen and Beru and Leia is adopted by Bail Organa is entirely different. Instead, the scene ends with Yoda and Obi-Wan and the two twins, followed by the construction of Darth Vader.

Versions[edit]

Set number Console Price
SWCSPS3 PlayStation 3 €49.99
SWCSWII Nintendo Wii €39.99
SWCSX360 Xbox 360 €49.99
SWCSMAC Mac $29.99
Nintendo DS
Windows PC

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

Videos[edit]

Trailer
The trailer for the Mac version of the game.
DevelopersTraveller's Tales +
GenreAction, adventure +
ImageLSW_III_generic.jpg +
ModesSingle player, two player simultaneous, Xbox Live +
Pricesee Versions +
RatingESRB: PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360: E10+, Nintendo DS: E, PEGI: PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360: 7+, Nintendo DS: 3+ +
ThemeStar Wars +
TitleLEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga +
Date
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November 0006 JL +