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Lego Star Wars 3



The game had been in development since late 2009 when the second season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars started. The game was covered up and in June 2010 after the second-season finale The Lego Group started to work on adding the last part of the second season in and new things such as a new hub and a new way to use the lightsaber. Then in late 2010, LEGO finished the game and started to make promotions for it. On 23 June 2010, LEGO released the first trailer for the game and later in 2011 they released some demos and cutscenes. Nintendo released trailers for Nintendo 3DS for the game alongside E3 convention videos featuring gameplay footage. The game was released in 2011 in North America on 22 March, in Europe on 25 March, and in Australia on 30 March following delay of one month.[10] The 3DS version of the game was released on 31 March in Australia as a launch title for the system.[11] A version for OS X was released on 27 October of the same year.[12]




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The game has received mixed to positive reviews. GameSpot gave 6.5/10 for PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii[28] while 6/10 for Nintendo 3DS.[29] IGN's Anthony Gallegos rated the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 versions of the game 7.5/10, the Wii version 7/10, and the DS, 3DS, and PSP versions 6/10. He commented on the vast variety of content in the in-game hub; "the hub world is open to players to explore, but this time around, Traveller's Tales have really outdone themselves". They further stated "like so much of the Lego games design, when you combine these two relatively unexciting portions together, something strange happens: It becomes a simple, engaging game".[16] GameTrailers gave the game 6.5/10, and called it "one of the dullest in the entire series", strongly criticising the game's repetition.[13]


Released back in 2011, LEGO Stars Wars III: The Clone Wars brought a whole host of new additions to the popular franchise (which almost never got started as a publisher couldn't be found at first). These included a number of new characters (300 of them, as of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga) and vehicles first introduced in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars film (2008) and the subsequent TV show (2008-2020). However, the game also featured a huge amount of hidden content.


In order to enter these cheats, you'll need to be in a game session. You can use these in cooperative play or solo. To enter a code, simply press the start button to activate the pause screen and then go to EXTRAS. There will be a place within to enter cheats. Here's a look at the codes you can enter and their effects.


Russ Boswell has been playing games ever since he was old enough to hold a controller. He started his love for gaming with the NES and Super Mario Bros. specifically. Over the years, he has collected numerous consoles but enjoys most modern games on his PC. He has a soft spot for Metroidvanias, Soulslike, and First-Person Shooters.


Kind of expected a score like that, but im sure I'll love it anyways :3Lego Star Wars is one of the only lego games I can play over and over. I probably had 45 hours put into the horribly glitched beyond repair Lego Star Wars II for the original DS.


I am greatly enjoying this game! The lack of multiplayer is a tad disappointing, but it isn't like I would of had anyone to play with either. >.> So far based on the first four missions I've played I would give it an 8/10. I've never seen the animated series (save for the movie in the theater), but I do not mind one bit! The 3D is nice in my opinion at times. I switch from 3D to no 3D every now and then! I will say though have the 3D on at Mission 4's start!


It's not that unusual to me though. There's one level in Lego Indiana Jones on the Wii where you can get your elephants in a pit. So you have to restart the level. And in another level it crashes right before the last cutscene. So again you have to restart the level. The same happened to me in Lego Batman for the DS. So being used to the level of stability Nintendo most often offers it's kind of hard to forgive these issues. And no, i didn't have problems with glitches in Other M and Twilight Princess.


LEGO STAR WARS III: THE CLONE WARS presents the plot-lines of many of the episodes from the first two seasons of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated TV series. The Galactic Republic, led by the mystical Jedi Knights, is defending the galaxy from an insurrection by the evil Separatist Army (most of which is made up of robotic droids). Missions occur on varied planets -- deserts, jungles, very urban cities, etc. And some are spaceship battles that take place among the stars. In between missions, there are two huge motherships (one belonging to each side of the war) that can be explored -- along with the battle-filled space in between those two ships.


The game has been in development since late 2009 when the second season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series started. The game was covered up and in June 2010 after the second season finale The Lego Group started to work on adding the last part of the second season in and new things such as a new hub and a new way to use the lightsaber. Then in late 2010, LEGO finished the game and started to make promotions for it. On 23 June 2010, LEGO released the first trailer for the game and later in 2011 they released some demos and cutscenes. Nintendo have made 3DS trailers for the game too and also some E3 convention videos with the gameplay of Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. On 17 March 2011 they put the demo version of the game on Nintendo systems in Game Stop. The official release date of the game was 22 March 2011.


The game has received generally mixed reviews. GameSpot gave 6.5/10 for PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii[1]while 6/10 for Nintendo 3DS. IGN's Anthony Gallegos rated the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 versions of the game 7.5/10, the Wii version 7/10, and the DS, 3DS, and PSP versions 6.0. He commented on the vast variety in the in-game Hub; "the hub world is open to players to explore, but this time around, Traveller's Tales have really outdone themselves". They further stated "like so much of the LEGO games design, when you combine these two relatively unexciting portions together, something strange happens: It becomes a simple, engaging game".[11] GameTrailers gave the game 6.5/10, and called it "one of the dullest in the entire series", strongly criticizing the game's repetition. 041b061a72


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