When it comes to LEGO
games you could normally justify at least this part: Inside the first 20 minutes of play there's a good chance you've bashed and stud-collected the real-world equivalent of the price of that much LEGO in the cost of the game. Also, in the case here it's LEGO Star Wars
, so... worth it?
Let's let a snippet help answer that question:
Still, that’s likely the very protective Star Wars nerd in me coming out. And I can’t help but be transparent about suffering from a serious bout of jaded cloud yelling when it comes to Disney’s treatment of the franchise since taking over. But this is a videogame we’re here to chat about, and that content positive I mentioned above is the key reason to pick this up if you haven’t already. I had the game for a weekend before embargo, but there’s so much content I felt at odds trying to review it off a limited amount of playtime, and if you’re reading this now, which is Aussie Easter school holidays, I’d be remiss not to plug its fantastic co-op option where playing with your kids or any kids in your care is concerned. It’s definitely a family-fun outing that delivers when it comes to cooperative engagement. And the puzzles are mostly constructed around the idea of help and a two-heads-are-better-than-one mandate as far as design is concerned...Click here for our LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review