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LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Traveller's Tales


LucasArts, Feral Interactive (Mac)

Release date

November 6, 2007, (October 13 2009 PC)


Third-person, Action/Adventure, Platformer


Single player, two player simultaneously, Online/Xbox Live two player co-operative mode


ESRB: Everyone (E) (North America), PG (England)


PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, PC, Mac

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga gives a humorous on-look at the movies of both the Prequel Trilogy and the Original Trilogy. The game was developed by Traveller's Tales, who was also responsible for the other games in the series. LucasArts published the game as they did with LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, and LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens.'It contains the levels and characters of the first two games (LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy), but has additional content for the levels. This is the second LEGO Star Wars game to be released on PC.


For a list of The Complete Saga characters, see LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga Characters

Except the Nintendo DS version of the game, there are a total of 160 characters (Including the Indiana Jones bonus character) are playable. This includes all characters from previous LEGO Star Wars games and eight more characters new to the LEGO Star Wars series.

Force Powers and Player AbilitiesEdit

The ForceEdit

The force is used to move objects scattered around the map. Jedi can move most objects, but there are special red glowing objects that can only be moved by dark side characters. This ability was improved upon in future titles.

Jedi LungeEdit

Jedi Lunge is a move used by Lightsaber wielding characters, it involves the character striking the ground in mid jump by moving forward.

Jedi SlamEdit

Jedi Slam is a move used during a double jump, the character smashes the ground below him

Force PushEdit

Force Push pushes enemies into each other and destroys enemies. Commanders and enemies with more than one health are stunned by Force Push not destroyed

Force ConfuseEdit

Certain characters can use force confuse, instead of force push. Force conuse temporarily confuses some characters making them vulnerable. In this state the characters can not move.

Force ChokeEdit

Some Sith can use force choke. Force choke chokes the selected player, or AI.

Force LightningEdit

Force lightning is used by Sith that don't have access to force choke.


NOTE: Not all vehicles are playable in the Nintendo DS version.

Normal VehiclesEdit

Bonus VehiclesEdit

Vehicle Name Where Found
Lego Car Outside Cantina, various levels as secret vehicles
Mini Hovercar During Retake Theed Palace in the final hangar, must be constructed.
Gian Speeder
STAP During "Negotiations" in the last room


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Episode I: The Phantom MenaceEdit

Episode II: Attack of the ClonesEdit

Episode III: Revenge of the SithEdit

Episode IV: A New HopeEdit

Episode V: The Empire Strikes BackEdit

Episode VI: Return of the JediEdit

Character CustomizationEdit

In The Complete Saga it is possible to make your own character out of parts of other LEGO Star Wars characters, as in LEGO Star Wars: The Original Trilogy. The Customization feature has now been upgraded with more parts and options available.

Upon 100% completion of the game, parts for Asajj Ventress and Saesee Tiin become available.

  • To make Asajj Ventress, build a character with her head, white gloves, her torso, black pants, black cape, and a red lightsaber.
  • To make Starkiller in the Nintendo DS version of the game, build a character with Padawan Obi-Wan's face, black basic hair, black pants, Dengar's torso, black gloves, and a red or blue lightsaber.
  • To make Cad Bane, build a character with 2-1B's face, Indiana Jones's hat, black gloves, Jango Fett's torso, brown sleeves, black pants, and a blaster pistol.
  • To make Aurra Sing, build a character with Queen Amidala's face (white), a brown ponytail just like Bespin Leia's, white gloves, Rebel Pilot's torso, white sleeves, orange pants, and a blaster.
  • To make Darth Darth Binks, build a character with Jar Jar Binks' head, black clothes and cape, and a red lightsaber.
  • To make Player 1 from LSWII (Princess Dave), build a character with Lobot's face, Princess Leia's hair, a cyan torso, white sleeves and belt, black legs, and a blaster.
  • To make Player 2 from LSWII (White Rebel Leia), build a character with Princess Leia's face, a Rebel Trooper's helmet, a green torso, white sleeves, belt, and cape, black legs, and a blaster.

Critical ResponseEdit

The game, as the previous games in the LEGO Star Wars series, has received much praise for its 'family friendly' genre. The DS version of the game uses the touch screen to make up for being the reduced version of the game.


  • Nute Gunray and Rune Haako are absent in the game.
  • Mas Amedda is absent in the game.
  • Mawhonic crashes in Lap 2 instead of Lap 1 of the podrace.
  • Commander Cody is killed by General Grievous while fighting him with Obi-Wan.
  • R4-P17 follows Obi-Wan through Kamino's Tipoca City.
  • Anakin, Padme, and Obi-Wan are sentenced to death by a firing squad instead of death by pit beasts.
  • Anakin doesn't kill any Tusken Raiders.
  • Anakin and Padme don't fall in love on Naboo.
  • Anakin doesn't visit Tatooine (included in the Game Boy Advance version of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game).
  • Luke and Leia aren't revealed to be brother and sister.
  • Shaak Ti is killed by Darth Vader.
  • Anakin doesn't choke Padme on Mustafar.

See AlsoEdit

SWGames has a collection of images and media related to LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.


  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga instruction leaflet.
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.

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