- Plataforma: Nintendo 3DS
- Clasificación ESRB: No recomendada para menores de 10 años
- Media: Videojuegos
- Cantidad producto: 1
LucasArts Lego Star Wars III - Juego (3DS, ENG)
- Game rating: E10+ (Para mayores de 10+)
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Clasificación PEGI: 7
Explorador: Traveller's Tales
Fecha de lanzamiento: 27/03/2011
Multiplayer mode: N
Plataforma: Nintendo 3DS
Rango ESRB: E10+ (Para mayores de 10+)
Versión de idioma: ENG
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First, let me say that I generally adore the Lego series, especially the Star Wars ones. We own most of them for the consoles and love playing them through to 100%. So we definitely appreciate the overall concept.
I was intrigued to see how well it would port down to the tiny 3DS screen. Yes, the little characters are cute. Yes, the game in general is fun. But I just don't think the 3DS is the best way to play these. There's a lot of fine movement involved, and exploring giant maps is part of the fun. Things are necessarily truncated on the tiny screen.
Certainly if someone *only* has access to a 3DS then this is a sacrifice they're willing to make. Their choice is between playing on the 3DS and not playing at all. Having a tiny game is better than having no game.
But I would definitely say if you DO have access to a console that the game is much better on the larger console system. Especially since multiplayer is such an enormous joy in these games. Most of the fun for me on the console is the multiplayer. You lose that playing the 3DS version.
Also it's worth noting that the autosave can get incredibly annoying / frustrating. You end up replaying the same boring section over and over again because of one hiccup you hit later on.
On the up side, for people who haven't played any of the Lego games before, they are pretty much violence free. When you take out an enemy, you get coins. There's no blood or gore. And for fans of the movies, there's a lot of cute cut scenes and references in here to enjoy. They do a good job with the humor.
So, to summarize, fun to have if your 3DS is your only gaming platform. But if you have other consoles, I'd get the Lego games for those other consoles instead.
I purchased this game with my own funds in order to do this review.
I use to have this when I had my first 3DS, (I had to sell my original 3DS in order to replace my Ps3 once upon a time, but now I have one again). I had never sold this title when I had my 3DS before because I enjoyed playing it so much, and even after getting my new 3DS, it was one of the first games I picked up for it, because I really wanted to play it again.
I'm sure by now a lot of 3DS owners out there have played this game, and hopefully you enjoyed it as much as I did, but if you're a new 3DS user or just have never gotten around to playing this yet, I highly recommend doing so, beecause it's a lot of fun! Check it out! :-)
It is hard to review a game in words, so i am going to do my best. I wanted a game that was Mario like and since the launch titles for the 3DS were lacking a Mario and Zelda, i ended up picking this title up because i enjoy action adventure games. I didn't want Rayman 2 because it is another remake of the Rayman that was on the Dreamcast and the Rayman that was also released on the original DS Lite.
For anyone whose ever played the other installments in the Lego series (Batman, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, etc) then one pretty much knows what's in store. The game is a great action/adventure platformer. You get to control some of your favorite Star Wars characters in this game and level one actually starts off where you control Yoda. You scroll through the levels with different objectives and things that must be collected. You can also switch between characters at anytime. In level one, Yoda can change between 2 characters and of course these characters serve a purpose. For instance, one character can swing far distances where Yoda can't, but he can levitate objects and so forth. Nice balance of utilizing players for different goals. Along the way, you'll encounter many villians that must be defeated. This game is sorta of a button masher. Of course, if you have seen the movie then you will pretty much get the layout of each round/episode. The visuals in this game are truly stunning. It is so nice to see Nintendo ramp things up and provide PSP/PS2-esque graphics on a handheld and i knew they had it in them to create this, but i had no idea that such visuals could be served up in a cartridge and not on a CD-esque (UMD) form. I must stress the fact that 3D effects are a nice touch, but the game is really 2.5D and not 3D. When i purchased my 3DS i kept thinking that i'd be playing games like felt like watching the movie 'Avatar'. That is not the case. Things don't really fly at you, but some of the effects in this game do create that on a smaller scale such as, trees, branches, ships, etc. It just enhances the game where it gives the illusion that it is something the gamer can touch, but can't. The game also functions well in 2D. The 3D is really just an added bonus and it works well in this title. When i was jumping around from platform to platform, my palms were sweating because of the 3 dimensional effect which made it seem that Yoda could fall off if he is to close to the edge. The rocks/platforms really POPPED and gave the game a breathe of depth that doesn't exist in 2D hanheld/console games. Even the trees and explosions look stunning.
This is defnitely a game to own with hours of fun. I just wish the 3DS games were a bit cheaper. Thirty bucks sounds about right, but not forty.