LEGO® STAR WARS™'s review

by Peter Warrior

Official Lego Star Wars game for mobile devices

  • Beautifully voiced, music, awesome cutscenes
  • Easy to learn, in-depth tutorial
  • Free to play, upcoming extra content
  • JarJar doesn't make an appereance
  • It may not be the best genre for a LEGO Star Wars game at all.
  • It may be not enough for fans or hardcore players

"Difficult to see. Always in motion is the future."

Ok, ok, ok, so we all are Star Wars fans and we are all thrilled that LEGO has jumped from PCs and consoles to mobile devices, mostly because LEGO games (namely Batman, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter and in a lesser degree, Lord of the Rings) are unexpectedly good and enjoyable by children and parents alike.

However, the gameplay used in the original games would be odd in a mobile device, so Lego has opted for something halfway a real time strategy game and an adventure game, something thrilling but no devilishly difficult, in which you clear the levels creating units and ordering them where to move and whom attack. Anyway, we love the smell of the pewpews of blasters and the zooooms of lightsabers in the morning, and the chance to play with the light and the dark sides of the force, so replayability is assured. Just take care of picking up all the yellow coins and don't make any foolishness and you will advance through the levels. Later you can replay it all to look for the secondary missions and extra stuff.

And free it is, padawan. Free it is.

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