There’s something that works really well with LEGO Star Wars series. The developers of the game blended two different brands to form something familiar but equipped it with a refreshing feel. This effort pulled off a miracle by smashing all those licensed labels out there that do nothing more than robbing into the accounts. The success of LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Star Wars II was merely credited to the unique, but kids-friendly gameplay but it also attracted the mature players and did incredibly well to be placed in their consideration set
Since its inception in 2005, the series has never been a disappointment, and that’s why the newest member of the family, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga has all the attention. The third installment of the series does commendably well in pulling one cohesive package of the previous two games. The game has all the essential compilation from being tweaked a bit to bumping up to HD quality and will appeal most to the new entrants who have never played a game at all or to those who have been lurking around after playing just one series or those who don’t own the game.