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Old April 24th, 2005   wallyworld is offline   #1
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Hey all. My son rented the new Lego Star Wars game this week and I have to say that I'm having as much fun w/ it as he is.

I recommend any Star Wars fan w/ a PS2 or Xbox to rent this game. It has been a blast to play through each level and watch the lego cut scenes reinacting parts of the movie.

Even though this is made for the kids to get the extra 4th level, you are challenged a bit. Plus, one you beat each of the movie levels, you unlock different characters and can go back in what they call "free play" and choose to play as any of the unlocked characters.

And if that isn't enough of an incentive.... You can kill Jar Jar... many, many times.
 
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Old April 24th, 2005   PMH is offline   #2
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My brother bought this, its alright. He should have bought Doom 3 and just waited for the real star war game to come out.
 
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Old April 24th, 2005   freelancer is offline   #3
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Dont forget you can also play as Darth Maul, Darth Maul people!!!!!!!!
 
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Old April 24th, 2005   PMH is offline   #4
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you never showed me that
 
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cool, i think i might get it for my brother for his b-day.
 
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Old April 25th, 2005   General Zod is offline   #6
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I picked it up bc it looked so darn fun on X-Play. And you know, it was. Of course it only took about 5 hours to beat. But you do have to go back through and replay to unlock everything, and that took 2 days. And Co-op with your friend as General Grievous and Jango Fett is freakin awesome. You can also change characters on the fly through a level. Of course I already traded it back in for as much credit as possible.
 
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Old April 25th, 2005   freelancer is offline   #7
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haha yeah its easy but playing as darth maul is cool. I just bought Jango last night. I dont think i would trade it in, i like my star war games.
 
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