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

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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.
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.
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.
Parent of a 17 year old Written byEsspweb March 25, 2011

Good for the teen agers

This game is really cool and it's animations are really awesome.
What other families should know
Great role models