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God is a Geek (Apr 08, 2011)
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is the pinnacle of the LEGO Star Wars franchise. It maintains the humour and charm of the previous games, while improving the graphics and lighting engine and adding a more immersive mission selection experience. There are slight problems with repetition over the course of the entire game, and this can slow down the experience for some, but the LEGO charm often kicks in long before anyone would have decided to turn off the game out of frustration. In a pure marketing sense, there’s nothing that will make people go out and buy the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV Show and film DVD/Blu-Ray’s faster than LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Just be warned, when you buy this game you’re going to invest a lot of time and money (especially on those aforementioned discs) into the recent Star Wars universe. Remember that addiction the first time you watched the original trilogy? Yeah, that’s about to come back with a vengeance.
games xtreme (Mar 29, 2011)
This is the best Lego game to date, the best Lego Star Wars game and superb fun. If you're into the Lego series and this series specifically, get the game - it won't let you down.
Gameplay (Benelux) (Mar 30, 2011)
The Force is very strong in this one: LEGO Star Wars III is de spectaculairste, leukste, grappigste en rijkelijkst gevulde van alle LEGO-games. Een aanrader ongeacht of je Clone Wars kent of niet.
80 (UK) (Mar 28, 2011)
Occasionally clunky structure aside, Clone Wars is still easy to recommend. There's ambition here that you wouldn't expect from a series on its eighth iteration. While stretching those boundaries has meant that the game loses some of its structural shape, the moment-by-moment experience is as enchanting and engaging as any previous entry.
Brash Games (Mar 30, 2011)
With so many games released in the last few years, it’d be easy to dismiss the Lego series as a lazy cash-in, but the fact of the matter is, Traveller’s Tales have proved one of the most consistent developers of the last five years and the Star Wars Lego games one of the most successful and perfectly pitched tie-ins of recent times. The Clone Wars may not have the cultural draw of the Original Trilogy or even the Prequels for that matter, but as a complete videogame experience, The Clone Wars is the most polished, complete game in the series to date.
76 (Apr 04, 2011)
Ich bin wirklich erstaunt, wie viel Verbesserungspotenzial Traveller's Tales aus der mittlerweile doch recht vorhersehbaren Lego-Reihe herausgekitzelt hat: Lange kritisierte Nervstücke wie die Vehikel-Steuerung flutschen jetzt einfach so, die Massenschlachten sehen saucool aus, die Szenen-Parodien sind zum Teil grandios - und die Grafik ist besser als je zuvor! Außerdem ist die Kampagne wieder mal bemerkenswert umfangreich geraten; wenn man die in gut zwölf Stunden durchrast, hat man gerade mal die Hälfte des Spiels gesehen. Allerdings war die dunkle Seite in den Entwicklern ebenso stark wie die helle: Da wären Sachen wie die abermalige Abwesenheit eines Online-Modus' (der Splitscreen-Koop ist wieder mal vorbildlich), die neue Truppenkontrolle ist unnötig fummelig und von KI-Aussetzern geplagt. Aber am nervigsten finde ich den neuen Basenbau.
65 (Mar 23, 2011)
Ce Lego Star Wars III : The Clone Wars laisse finalement une impression en demi-teinte : on est impressionné par son contenu et par les quelques bonnes idées qu'il apporte à la série, mais on reproche au final un certain manque de finition qui se traduit par quelques bugs et par d'innombrables soucis de traduction.
XboxAchievements (Mar 28, 2011)
The LEGO franchise still offers plenty of depth and fun, but some sections throughout The Clone Wars are amazingly clunky and the RTS mechanic is almost pointless. Playing on local split-screen is almost impossible thanks to the shocking camera, and seeing as co-op is at the heart of the franchise, this is almost unforgivable. For every step forwards the latest LEGO game takes, it takes another step back. Disappointing, to say the least.