LEGO Star Wars Saga
Developer: Feral Interactive Ltd
Current Version: 1.1.1
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 4.6 GB - Download
Play through a fun Star Wars galaxy that combines the endless customization of LEGO with the epic story from all six episodes of Star Wars.
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This is the definitive LEGO Star Wars comprising the first two games and expanding them with new characters, enhanced visuals, and more bonus levels than you can shake a lightsaber at.
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a family-friendly game, which is both funny and challenging. Pick and choose your characters wisely to engage in combat, solve puzzles and work together as a team to defeat the dark side.
• True co-operative multiplayer lets two players enjoy the fun together!
• Unlock more than 160 characters from the Star Wars movies, including 10 characters never seen before in the LEGO Star Wars games.
• Updated graphics mean LEGO Star Wars has never looked so good!
• Lots of surprises and funny moments, trademarks of developer TT Games’ LEGO titles.
• Upgraded Character Customizer lets you create cross-Trilogy “mashup” characters like Han Windu or Lando Amidala.
• Enhanced Force powers for both Jedi and Sith characters, including “Force Throw” and “Force Push”.
• New power-ups scattered throughout all levels of the game.
• Brand new Bounty Hunter missions.
Important information regarding LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga:
• Please note that we cannot reply to comments or questions left in Mac App Store reviews. If you require assistance, please contact our support team at [email protected]
• In order to run the game with satisfactory performance, your Mac must meet these minimum system requirements: 1.4GHz CPU / 1GB RAM / 128MB graphics card.
• Intel GMA graphics cards are not supported.
• This game is not currently supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive).
• Full system requirements are available on the LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga mini-site at feralinteractive.com/legostarwarssaga.
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Initial App Store release
Most Helpful Reviews
Great Stuff. - Great game. now i need to find out about getting some sort of joystick for the mac -- Update .. I just plug my PS3 controller into the USB port and hit the PS button and its ready to go.
No Singler Player - I bought the game, unaware that it is two player only. You apparently cannot play this as a singler player. FYI. I wish I'd known.
More Reviews for Current Version
Best Multi-Player Game Ever - This game - is the best. whats cooler than combining the creativity of Lego with awesomeness of Star Wars? the answer? nothing. this game is top notch. 6 Star Wars episodes, 6 stories from each of those, free play, challenge mode, Duels, Battle Enemies, super story, collect studs.... it is IMPOSSIBLE to get bored with this game! bring a buddy in at any time with amazing co-op mode! this game is super fun, while remaining on the challenging side.... a must have for all super mac gamers!! I play it everyday, and i highly recommend it to everyone!
How to Play in Single Player Mode! - Yesterday I gave this a one-star rating because there was no apparent way to play as a single player, and there were numerous problems. Today, I've figured it out. When you start up, you'll see avatars of two characters and get a prompt to "press F2 to start." DON'T. What the instructions should have said was "press F2 to enter two player mode." By avoiding two player mode, everything suddenly works fine. You can switch between characters using the "K" key, and the rest of the time the other characters will tag along and be helpful by themselves. The controls are a bit klutzy when using a keyboard, which is why I'm glad my character immediately regenerates every time he gets blown to pieces by imperial blasters. Additionally, your goals are frequently unclear in the levels. Finally, there are bugs (surprising in a game this age) in which characters suddenly walk through walls, bumping into invisible barriers, or run through mid air. Fun moments, nice visuals, and the classic Star Wars sounds - but all in all a disappointment.
Amazing Game! - This is absolultely one of my favorite games! I remember going over to my friend's hosue when I was 8 years old playing the original star wars game (episode s 1, 2, and 3) on his xbox. The game has the exact same levels as the original games. It runs fantasticly on my Late 2011 Macbook Pro 13.3" 4GB i7. No lag at all. Pros: -Great game, will give you hours of fun gameplay -Combines the 2 original games and you get it for the price of one! -Nothing has been changed or altered (gameplay, level layout, characters) Cons: -Controls are a bit odd, but you can set them to your preferences Note: You cannot use the mouse or trackpad to play the game, but based on reading other reviews, people are saying you can use Playstation controllers and other gamepads to play the game. Overall a great LEGO game and well worth the $20!
Fun for all - bought this game out of lego nostalgia and love of star wars. had to watch some reviews to get over the 'kiddie' factor, but the game is fun even for an adult. this game could have easily gotten 5 stars from me, but there seems to be an issue the company is aware of where the game's sound will just turn off only to be fixed with an app restart. After e-mailing the company they said they had no plans to fix this as it happens rarely (though it did happen to me a few times).
A review for casual gamers; the game: Great! - I don't play many games, so this is a review more for very casual gamers who are looking at LSW as a mild diversion and aren't really sure what kind of game it is. This is my first Lego game so maybe all Lego games are like this, who knows? You're a little Lego guy (who you control), and you're with another Lego guy (that the computer controls). It's keyboard control only here — I think this was originally a console game. The game is set up so that two players can independently play the two active characters if you like, but for a single player, the second character (and later, a whole group of characters) just kind of follows you around. You're allowed to switch on the fly between which character you're playing (e.g. I need to jump here. Which character can jump higher? Switch to them!), and part of the game is accumulating additional characters as you complete the stages. It's Star Wars; there are dozens. Fortunately the game gives you hints as you go through it, so you gradually learn why you'd choose one character over another for a given situation. There are 6 main stages, one for each Star Wars movie, and each stage has 6 sub-levels that take you through the movie. For example, the first level of Episode I is aboard the Trade Federation blockade ship, the second is once you've landed on Naboo... Dot dot dot, Ewoks. So you have something like 36 levels to explore. A lot of fun to be had. Gameplay is very freeform. The Mos Eisley cantina is your "home base" from which you choose the stage you want to play. After a cute little cutscene, the two of you are plopped into some situation, and you wander around gathering coins (as all True Jedi do...) and figuring out how to open doors and stuff to move ahead. Being a kid-friendly Lego game, dying is not a big deal; you just explode into a pile of (your) coins and respawn, so eventually you're broke, but still alive. After you've finished a stage and go back to Mos Eisley, you can then choose better characters to go back in with again and again to collect everything you missed the first time. Once you've cleared the first level in Episode I, all 6 movies are unlocked for you, so from there you can go in order or not, as you like. And of course it's Lego, so it's always worth your while to stop what you're doing and compulsively assemble any piles of bricks that you find... I think the game is cute; a light-hearted little version of Star Wars that you don't have to take very seriously. Worth the price.