All member reviews for LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

Common Sense Media says

Great fun, but more intense violence than most LEGO games.

Users say

(out of 29 reviews)
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Teen, 14 years old Written byRealDealx April 24, 2011

Perfect games for parents wanting to give there child a none bloody game with action

This games violence has been uppered compared to other titles in the Lego Series. Including sequences when heads are cut off, and lego creatures are deliberatly killed. Overall the game can also be to challenging for children under the age of 8.
Parent of a 3 and 5 year old Written bymom and teacher April 25, 2011

Much more complex than the other Lego video games

We bought this game thinking that our 5-year-old would love it. He has enjoyed the other Star Wars Lego games, and can usually get through a level of those by himself or with just a little help. Some of the levels of this one are impossible for him to get through. It's definitely more complex than the other Lego Star Wars games. One other thing makes this game different from other Star Wars Lego games. When playing with two players whose characters are not right next to each other, the screen splits so both characters can move freely to different parts of the level. This sometimes makes it very difficult to find a target you need to shoot at. This is another thing that adds to the frustration in the game. It's a good game, but too hard for younger players.
Teen, 13 years old Written byBoss67 March 31, 2011

Perfect for most kids.

Even though this is a great game (really great) there are sime things parents should know. One, this is the most intense system of battle in a Lego game before even though it is bloodless. However, the Campaign is amazing! And after you complete the Asajj Ventress campaign, you unlock Republic Assualt, which is basically like Galactic Conquest from past Stear Wars games. This game also mixes RTS gameplay with RPGs. As you complete the campaign new planets are unlocked for battle. Depending on who owned the planet from the Campaign, they will own the planet un assualt. You will capture strategic points to build your bases. If you are attacking a planet, you will start off with one point. Then, you win within the time limit and you own the planet. You will also be able to play your favorite characters even frim the original Lego Star Wars games. Arcade mode is fun to play against your brothers or friends to see who dominates and has the best strategy. All in all, worth buying.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Kid, 12 years old August 16, 2016

LEGO + Star Wars: The Clone Wars = Really Good!

LEGO Star Wars III is in fact, a really good video game. Could it be better? Sure, coming from somebody who does not watch Star Wars: The Clone Wars that much. But still, it is outstandingly fun in certain levels in my opinion. Onto content! Violence: All really cartoony. As you traverse caves, meadows, all sorts of space environments from the Star Wars universe, you kill droids, which are these automatons, with light sabers and ray guns which shoot flashy pellets at the robots. Additionally, there are vehicle levels where you shoot laser rifles at the enemy vehicles, which are hover-crafts and rocket ships. You hear the lasers being shot and LEGO screams and see large explosions. Enemies burst into the small LEGO pieces they are made of. Crude Humor: Count Dooku gets struck in the face by baby Rotta's diaper full of poop. To a lesser extent, you can encounter droids sitting on toilets and reading the daily newspaper. LEGO Star Wars III is a LEGO game I like, even though it is not my favorite. Also, I have a minor problem with the title. Why is it called LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. All LEGO video game fans like me know that LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga was the third LEGO video game.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much consumerism
Teen, 15 years old Written byolympicmascots January 29, 2016

My review

When you defeat a charecter, LEGO pieces are smashed. It's just LEGO Bricks.
Kid, 11 years old December 22, 2014

Great Game! I Enjoyed It!

I enjoyed this title, maybe even more than I enjoyed the Complete Saga. I liked mostly the full scale battle sequences and the open-world. Now for a quick synopsis: The game begins with the Geonosian Arena scene from Star Wars Episode II. During the game you play on side of light for the most part. You have to defeat three main villains to complete the game. There is also an Epilogue featuring the Zillo Beast and two evil missions. Great Messages: You mostly play on the side of light and help protect the galaxy. Great Role Models: Any of the heroes are role models, however this is more applicable in the films. Violence: Just cartoon violence. There are explosion animations but they aren't graphic. And death is just breaking into pieces. Consumerism: It promotes both Lego and Star Wars. However, both of them deserve your money.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much consumerism
Adult Written byTimTheTVGuy March 4, 2013

This game is great.

As a Star Wars fan,this game rules.Cool action,and for me the villain is easy to defeat.The CGI is fairly good,and the levels are awesome.I totally recommend this game.
Kid, 9 years old January 27, 2012


OMG! Ive never played this but my friend is dictating to me how suckish he thinks this is. He is emphazizing to Saturn! Okay this is what he says "WHAT THE HECK IS WRONG THE SHOULD THROW THIS IN THE FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Teen, 14 years old Written byAlex77 February 2, 2015

Pure Lego game

Very easy game when it comes to winning levels (there are about 20 of them). Occasionaly Google is needed to help you find some of the extras ;). Overall the game is pretty fun and the videos are humerous, and they are kept at a low-age type of humor at that.
What other families should know
Great role models
Easy to play/use
Teen, 15 years old Written byShadowofchaos41 January 4, 2014


I am almost 16 years old and I LOVE lego games. This one is insane with the awesome ground battles and fight scenes. It's a little bit more violent than the other Lego games with lot's of explosions, but nothing to be concerned about. It's WAY better than most games out there. It's super fun and your child will love it. 5 stars for me. And mild, mild violence is all. HAVE FUN!!
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 14 years old Written byrating_guy December 17, 2013

as good a the first

solid, great and a step up of violence
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 11 years old June 27, 2013

Lego Star Wars 3

This game is just like all of the other Lego games. Cartoon violence and crude humor are the only issue! I have this game on the wii and loved it. the land battles could be frustrating to some. Overall this is a very fun lego game!
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 15 years old Written byMitchell Charleston June 4, 2013

This isn't JUST a video game...

It's a JAW DROPPER! That's right, this game is one of the best video games i've ever played. It's easy to play, it is a crap load of fun, and I LOVE the graphics. NOTE: This is my first Video Game review, and i'll review more video games soon.
Kid, 11 years old April 25, 2013


It's just lego the most unrealistique action possible its just little cartoon charechters running around with light sabers hitting droids and using the force on objects. And all you kids trying to act all mature and saying"ohhh this game is not for my age because most kids my age arent as mature as me" Stop you are all very annoying (exuse my many spelling errors
Teen, 15 years old Written bymovie/gamefan March 22, 2013

lego stupid wars :the clone wars

look i dont like this game because it takes a canclled show for the fun of it and make it into plastic legos this the worst of the lego games
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 12 years old March 19, 2013

Don't really listen to commonsensemedia on this one.

*sigh* Oh common sense media... you always make us laugh with your over aged reviews... I.....I don't how this one came. To be honest I came here to see what this review was to laugh at It. I've seen worse violence in a racing game. We all watched this when we were 6 and that was fine, so a video game has no difference to a movie. Do not listen to the 'sexual themes warning' if its a unreal game or unrealistic game. This game is also bad, so parents, I would not even get this game for your child because sometimes the puzzles are even hard for me. Overall, If you want to.... I guess play this bad star wars game, Sure go ahead.
Adult Written byJEDI micah March 3, 2013

As a Star Wars fan, YES!

YES, as in, this is a good game! The graphics are pretty good, the script is funny, and the battle scenes are intense, at some points! It's not likely to be the greatest LEGO game out there, but it's decent enough to please fans!
What other families should know
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much consumerism
Parent Written bystocktiki March 3, 2013

Another great LEGO title!

We are big fans of all the Lego games, including this one. Lego Star Wars III is a big of a departure from other Lego games in that the players are sometimes put on a large mission -- like identifying enemy bases with Lego weapons on them. Players need to work well with each other to solve these large-scale problems. Any "violence" is of the Lego variety, which means there's no one getting hurt, just knocked into pieces. It's one of the more difficult Lego titles, though, so young players may need some help. One different planets you face off against enemies and use your planning and teamwork to win.
Kid, 11 years old January 12, 2013

Seriously People? There LEGO BRICKS

A Lego character breaks...OH MY GOD! KIDS 10 YEARS OLD AND UNDER SHOULD NOT BE SEEING THIS-WAY TOO VIOLENT! I mean, c'mon? They're Legos. I don't think people should see this as too violent for 10 year olds. My 3 year old brother watches my 6 and 8 year old sisters play it all the time! I mean sure, legos being "light sabered" could be seen as violent, but not too violent for kids not allowed to see it. The characters in the game are selfless and defensive of loved ones and it helps master fine motor skills and problem solving. I think it's fine for anyone, but its pretty hard to solve sometimes. A 6 year old could probably finish a level with help from someone older, though. Fun game!
What other families should know
Great role models
Too much violence
Teen, 13 years old Written bygamer man November 1, 2012

Lego star wars 3

The reason i didnt put violence as an issue because its not, its lego, its just the dissemblance of Lego pieces, they've crapped out worse things then the violence in this game