Lego Star Wars - Complete Saga available for iOS
For you Lego and Star Wars fans, we offer some great news! As of today, you can download Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga from the iTunes App store. The game offers 36 story modes with more than 120 playable characters. You can even choose the dark or light side characters, but Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Han Solo and Boba Fett must be unlocked to use. There is also unlockable special bonus content, such as Bounty Hunter missions and Arcade levels.
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga also lets you create new character combinations, such as Lando Amidala. Your gameplay is enhanced with switchable "Classic" and "Touch Screen" controls, so that you can play in the most comfortable mode on each device.
Episode I (The Phantom Menace) is free, but Episodes II through VI come at a price. The Complete Saga is US$14.99 and individual episodes and characters range from $0.99 to $4.99. The game is compatible with iOS 6 or later and the iPhone 4 and up, the iPad and iPod touch.
We recommend you download Episode I to your computer and sync it to your iOS device because the direct-to-iPhone or iPad version is a whopping 1.44 GB, while the synced version uses less space and weigh in at only 735 MB.
The Complete Saga had a 9+ rating. According to Apple's Application Ratings, this means it may not be suitable for children younger than 9 due to "infrequent occurrences of cartoon, fantasy or realistic violence... or mild mature, suggestive or horror-themed content."
Users who have jumped on this purchase are generally thrilled with gameplay, but not the individual episode pricing.
[via the Mac Observer]
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