Last Updated on July 24, 2022 by Lisa D. Marsh
Announced in 2007, the LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga was created in response to the success of the original game and its sequel with LucasArts publishing the game.
The game achieved an ELSPA Gold sales award in April 2009, indicating sales of 200,000 units in the Uk, ranked 23rd on Guinness World Records Gamers’ Edition 2009, and was nominated for Favorite Video Game at the 2012 Kids’ Choice Awards.
Until it was surpassed by LEGO Marvel Super Heroes in 2017, the Star Wars the Complete Saga was the best-selling LEGO video game of all time, with sales of over 15.29 million units.
This article reviews LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, what it includes, whether it’s worth it or not, and answers other important questions about the game.
Let’s dive in.
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What Is LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga?
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a LEGO-themed action-adventure video game based on the Star Wars and a combination of the game LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and its sequel LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, which spans the six episodes of the Star Wars Saga.
The game spans the events that take place from the Trade Federation negotiations above Naboo in Star Wars Episode I – The Phantom Menace to the Rebel attack on the second Death Star above Endor in Return of the Jedi and the mission for the game is to successfully progress through the entire story while collecting Gold Bricks.
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga Worth It?
Yes, it’s a very good game and an absolute blast to play. The game is a remastered edition of the previous LEGO Star Wars games and lets you act out some of the memorable Star Wars moments, and drops you into the Cantina to roam as you please and you can mess around in the junkyard, browse the shop, wander over to a two-player arcade arena or jump right into the game’s lengthy story mode.
Is LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga Getting Remastered?
Yes, the LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga is the remastered edition of the previous LEGO Star Wars games. Combat has been entirely reimagined in the game, from aiming down the sights of a blaster to having full control on what Stormtrooper you’re focusing on, to having full 360-degree control of the camera at all times; allowing you to pick up rocks using the Force and fully control where you throw them.
The game’s graphics and sound have also been overhauled from the original. However, the aesthetic of the game stays the same despite the graphical changes, plus the characters and vehicles that weren’t around during the game’s original release have also been redesigned to look like they were released in sets around the same time.
How Long Does it Take to Play LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga?
Completing the Star Wars the Complete Saga can take over 35 hours as it’s an absolute blast to play. However, when focusing on the main objectives, the game can be completed in around 14 hours.
What Does LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga Include?
The Star Wars the Complete Saga includes new playable characters, an upgraded character customizer,36 story levels, 20 bounty hunter missions, and 6 bonus levels (two LEGO City levels, two-story levels, and the original Mos Espa Pod Race and Gunship Cavalry levels).
Does LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga Include Clone Wars?
No, the LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga doesn’t include the same levels as Star Wars III the Clone Wars, however, it includes the same story as told in Star Wars III the Clone Wars.
What Games Are in LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga?
The LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga is a combination of the two games LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy.
Does LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga Have Online Multiplayer?
Yes, LEGO Star Wars the Complete Saga has an online co-op and you can play the game online with friends.
How Many Missions Are in Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga?
There are 6 levels and one bonus level in the Star Wars the Complete Saga game, each with six missions and bonus levels. The levels include:
- Episode I: The Phantom Menace
- Episode II: Attack of the Clones
- Episode III: Revenge of the sith
- Episode IV: A New Hope
- Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
- Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
- Bonus Room