|Microsoft Xbox X BOX 360: LEGO STAR WARS II ORIGINAL TRILOGY Y-Fold Sealed NEW|
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|LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (Xbox 360, 2006) (2006)|
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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.|
|Game||LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy|
|UPC||0023272002657, 023272004392, 023272329761|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor|
|Control Elements||Gamepad, Gamepad/Joystick, Joystick|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Special Features|
, Expands upon all of the fun and creativity that made the original Lego Star Wars such a hit, this time set during the original three Star Wars films; for the first ever, build and ride vehicles and mount creatures through on-foot levels; now, all non-droid characters not just those with the force have the power to build; unlock more than 50 playable characters, from cultural icons like Luke, Leia and Darth Vader to fan favorites such as Greedo, Jawas and Gamorrean guards; unlock up to 54 more payable characters with a game save from the original Lego Star War; create unique playable characters like Yoda Kenobi, Lando Fortuna and millions more by mixing and matching the Lego body parts of all playable characters.
|Support Elements||1080i, 480p, 720p, Dolby Digital 5.1, HDTV Support, Memory Card|
|Game Series||Star Wars|
Average review score based on 106 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
This game is great for kids and adults alike. My son is 4 and loves this game. It can be as easy or as difficult as you would like it to be. The levels are easy enough for my son to complete on his own, but there are items that require more critical thinking, which make it fun for adults as well. (The levels have things that are harder to uncover, like hidden canisters, that are bonus items but are not a requisite for level completion.) Players can drop in and out of the game at any time, which is a bonus for parents, since I can help when my son needs it, but can drop out when I need to tend to other things.
Once a level is completed, you can return to it in the "Free Play" mode and can toggle between the characters. This makes exploration of the levels fun, because kids can use characters to open doors and do things they couldn't previously do in a level.
There is a lot to do in this game, so it will last for awhile before the entire game is beaten.
The violence is very cartoonish, because the people are made of Legos, so when they are shot or hit with a light saber, they just break apart like Legos. There is no blood or gore at all. Guns shoot laser beams, not bullets. Another nice feature for kids is that their character does not die or have to start from the beginning. When you are shot or fall off of the edge of something, you lose some of the rivets you have collected (used as currency)and that is it. You never have to start over.
I would highly recommend this for anyone.
This builds memories that last a lifetime with the family laughing and playing. Why because of a secret that I will tell you later!
In LEGO® Star Wars® II: The Original Trilogy, play through a fun Star Wars galaxy that combines the fun and endless customization of LEGO with the epic story, characters and action from the ORIGINAL STAR WARS trilogy (Episode IV: A NEW HOPE, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Episode VI: Return of the Jedi). With a unique, fun and funny take on the classic trilogy, LEGO Star Wars II follows the Rebel Alliance's crusade to dismantle the Galactic Empire and rebuild a galaxy in pieces.
Experience your favorite movie moments LEGO Star Wars style, from Darth Vader's epic battle versus Luke Skywalker, to the speeder chase on Endor!
For the first time ever, mix and match characters in millions of ways to create your very own playable Star Wars character.
Build and ride Star Wars vehicles, and ride creatures too!
Play through completely different LEGO Star Wars II gaming experiences on Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance.
Available on the following platforms: Xbox360, Xbox, PSP, PS2, NintendoDS, GameBoy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, and PC
Watch the video trailer it is so cute and has the secret! You can go to the star wars website to see the preview.
(It is cheaper on EBAY!!!)
Was that not cute! LOL
That is right! The secret is the DROP IN/DROP OUT CO-OP mode. This way if you are tired from work you can still spend a few minutes with the punk-punks and have a good time. Also if you get addicted to the game and get stuck at a point in the game. Help and more family bonding are a just a yell away!
have a 360 but don't have any games you can play with your kids? this is it.
xbox marketplace has all the episode I through III characters that you can purchase and download to use as playable chacracters as well. My usual use for the 360 is online play which is the only think lacking in this title. My boys, aged 9 and 11 have played through all three episodes at least once. The cut scenes, which cleverly have no spoken words, follow the real movies almost exactly. (extreme violent scenes are softened up).
A little over priced at the launch price of fifty nine ninety nine, but a great value below that.
Only time I wish the lego guys talked is when Darth informs Luke: "I am your father."
Not until now has a Star Wars game taken such an irreverent stance and captured the playful spirit of that far away galaxy. Despite being skewed toward youngsters, LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game offers some exceptionally fun gameplay that will appeal to fans no matter what their age.
Use the Force, O-Blocky-One
Taking its storyline cues straight from the prequels, gamers are immediately thrust into action at the beginning of The Phantom Menace, at which point the space coaster ride takes off and doesn't end until the final act of Revenge of the Sith. Each film is broken down into a series of chapters representing their most exciting segments. Throughout each chapter, players encounter a number of enemies to dispose of, such as battle droids and droidekas, and boss characters like Darth Maul and Jango Fett, in both ground and air combat. Players are also tasked with solving a myriad of engaging, yet fairly simple puzzles. While progressing through the game, players will unlock new characters (more than 30 in all) whose abilities and gear will aid in replaying areas to solve previously unsolvable puzzles and accessing new areas, which helps add a bit replay value. The gameplay isn't going to challenge hardcore gamers as the enemies simply aren't that tough, but the presentation really shines. Traveler's Tales has done an outstanding job making LEGO Star Wars look and sound great. The character models expertly resemble like their real-life blocky counterparts, yet move with fluidity and grace despite their stiff-looking stature. And although there's a lack of voice acting, the sound effects and music are simply spot on. The controls handle favorably well, however, the lack of a moveable in-game camera provides for a little frustration--especially when navigating narrow precipices or jumping to and from certain platforms.
Little Jedi, Big Lightsaber
For parents out there looking for a great kids' game or for fans who are simply looking for a fun little adventure, LEGO Star Wars is the game to get. Its combination of lighthearted gameplay, wealth of unlockable characters, and excellent presentation make it an easy recommendation.
Expect the same gameplay as the first trilogy except with different characters and the classic trilogy plot. That detail alone makes it more appealing than the last one. And you still get to play as Darth Maul and other characters if you want by way of the create a character machine. Graphics are not a major improvement on the 360. In fact I can't see much difference at all besides my HD clarity. Collecting Lego pieces can be repetitive and getting shot is no picnic either. And the stormtroopers just never stop coming for some reason. Controls are solid on-foot but vehicles are not so fun even though they should be. They usually feel like they are taking up to much of the screen and you always end up hitting your group members with them. At least they respawn. Co-op multiplayer makes the game worth playing over with a friend or your children. You can play through or just decide to fight each other. You usually end up hitting each other a lot anyway just because of controls. But it is a fun game. Must have for Star Wars or Lego fans. Everyone else should Rent before you Buy. 4/5