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Secrets revealed, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

Updated: Feb 19

The galaxy is yours with Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Play all nine saga films and experience fun filled adventure in a galaxy far, far away. Play through all nine films in a new, fun filled adventure.

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The Skywalker Saga fight with swords
LEGO Star Wars running in white sand

For the first time ever in a Lego video game, explore the galaxy your way as you fly to some of the saga’s most legendary locales. You can start your journey with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace for some pod racing on Tatooine. Or choose to launch right into Rey’s adventures in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Players have the freedom to seamlessly travel to any planet, in any order, at any time. With hundreds of characters and vehicles, players can dive into their favorite Star Wars moments in an all-new way, complete with the hilarious Lego brand of fun that’s sure to delight players of all ages. Journey to a galaxy far, far away with Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

2023 Game reviews

Review posted on 01/09/23 by

Purchased as a gift for my 10yr old son. He’s a LEGO lover and a big fan of the last game. Graphics are great! Storyline is excellent. Enjoy playing this Star Wars game with him.

Review posted on 10/18/23 by

I recently got this yesterday (thinking it would've been the North American version), but I got the European version instead of the North American version, and thought I wouldn't be able to get stuff from the NA version to the EU version, but... it turns out I can since I was able to get my "My Nintendo" Gold Points for this version and I was quite surprised that I was able to use the North American version's DLC for the European version. Before I got this, I used to have the Japanese version of Senran Kagura Peach Ball (before it was released in North America), and I couldn't access any of its DLC (probably due to it being released in North America and Europe later on), and thought that the Nintendo Switch Eshop was region locked, but it turns out I was a complete idiot all the time when I tried out some of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga's DLC on my European copy. Anyways, this is much better than the Complete Saga (which I originally owned on my Wii) before this game was announced and released In my honest opinion.

Review posted on 01/17/23 by

I admit I bought this game thinking it would essentially be the LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga game but expanded to include the newest three films. That was remiss of me, but what I got instead was a fun, expansive, depthy RPG that proved as relaxing to play as it was funny. I'm not a kid, but I do love the humour of these LEGO games, and they do pack that emotional, serious punch when the need arises. There's tonnes to do in this game - not only in 100%-ing the individual levels, but flying around, exploring every nook and cranny of the large, open-world cities (and their various sections) and amassing collectibles. It's not the same LEGO Star Wars game I adored when I was a kid, but I was instantly transported back to those memories all the same, in building minikits and unlocking new characters, with cool, new abilities and fighting styles. There's a whole upgrade system to this game, starships to collect and fly, and random encounters in the bowels of space to enjoy. It's brilliant, rewarding, and so, so much fun to play and replay. I'm really happy with this game, I have to say. It's given me whole days of enjoyment.

LEGO Star Wars flying in air with sword


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