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LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game allows players to relive the events of the Star Wars prequel movie trilogy (Episodes I, II and III) in LEGO form. Players take control of over thirty characters to play through key moments from The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. The storyline includes most of the important events in the movies, omitting or adding a few sequences. The presentation of these events, however, is humorous, with all the characters and environments made out of LEGO bricks. Objects would often break apart like physical LEGO bricks, characters have comical expressions, and all dialogue from corresponding events from the movies is replaced by gestures.

The basic gameplay is action with platforming and light puzzle-solving elements. Players navigate two or more characters through stages, each representing a chapter in a movie. These chapters must be unlocked in a plot-dictated order, eventually completing the entire movie. Characters use different weapons (blasters, lightsabers, crossbows, etc.), and each character type also possesses specific abilities. For example, Jedi can use the force to lift, combine, and destroy objects; robots can unlock encrypted doors; other characters may use a grappling hook to access higher platforms, etc. Some of these abilities overlap (i.e. a problem can be solved in more than one way), though often a specific type of character is required to deal with the situation. In the single-player mode, one player can switch between the available characters; in the co-op mode, two players navigate at least two different characters.

A few levels involve players piloting aircraft, fighting hostile vehicles, overcoming obstacles or destroying targets on the ground. The Free Mode allows players to access previously visited stages with any characters they have unlocked. This may lead to a discovery of previously inaccessible areas. Various collectible items and LEGO studs (which serve as currency) can be gathered during exploration. Characters cannot permanently die in the game; when a character is killed, he or she only loses collected LEGO studs.


LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game Windows The typical intro text in the Spanish edition
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game PlayStation 2 The game starts in Dexter's Diner. There's a separate door for each chapter<br>Door 1 is 'The Phantom Menace' and behind that are other doors, one for each mission.
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game PlayStation 2 Swapping characters is an essential part of the game. There are some doors that only the droids can open
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game PlayStation 2 Title screen with main menu.

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LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game Screenshot
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game Screenshot
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game Screenshot
LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game Screenshot


Alternate Titles

  • "乐高星球大战" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "LEGO Star Wars: Le Jeu Video" -- French title
  • "LEGO Star Wars: Il Videogioco" -- Italian title
  • "LEGO Star Wars: El Videojuego" -- Spanish title
  • "LEGO Star Wars: Das Videospiel" -- German title

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User Reviews

Lego Time in a galaxy far, far away… PlayStation 2 Terrence Bosky (5463)
The Force Is Strong With This One.... PlayStation 2 Guy Chapman (2001)
Lego + Star Wars = Great Game for kids; bad game for grownups PlayStation 2 Edward Beezy (41)
A Very Fun Game PlayStation 2 J.D. Majors (17)

Critic Reviews

Lawrence PlayStation 2 Apr 25, 2005 88 out of 100 88
Inside Mac Games (IMG) Macintosh Sep 05, 2005 8.5 out of 10 85
PSX Extreme PlayStation 2 Apr 13, 2005 8.4 out of 10 84
IGN GameCube Oct 28, 2005 8 out of 10 80
PlayFrance PlayStation 2 Apr 18, 2005 8 out of 10 80
Game Freaks 365 Xbox 2005 8 out of 10 80
Absolute Games ( Windows May 10, 2005 79 out of 100 79 Windows May 02, 2005 78 out of 100 78
Diehard GameFan PlayStation 2 Apr 11, 2005 7 out of 10 70 PlayStation 2 Apr 22, 2005 8 out of 20 40


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Demo Version 6 Evolyzer (18513)
Mar 22, 2017


1001 Video Games

Lego Star Wars appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.


  • GameSpy
    • 2005 – #5 Offline Multiplayer Game of the Year
    • 2005 – #5 GameCube Game of the Year
    • 2005 – #9 PS2 Game of the Year
    • 2005 – PS2 Platformer of the Year
    • 2005 – Most Underrated Game of the Year (PC)

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