poniedziałek, 22 czerwca 2015

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga [XBOX 360]

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a package of two games depicting events known from the six films of the Star Wars series. They have been treated with a grain of salt - all the characters and locations are built from LEGO bricks. Both titles, that is, LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, a three-dimensional platformer with lots of action and co-op mode for two players. The new version has been upgraded with an additional step available in the fifth episode and played for time mode "Challenges", in which at each stage we need to find the required number of hidden objects. The authors also added other several bonuses. Game storyline depicts subsequent events known from all six Star Wars film and the various stages of loosely refer to film scenes. The game takes on a host of famous and recognizable character: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin and Luke Skywalker, Darth Maul. Each of them was obviously built with bricks. The gameplay itself is a solution well known from many other production company Traveller's Tales. It is therefore a blend of action and platforming game where you have to face many klockowymi opponents. Characters can jump, use objects and fight - some of them used a firearm (lasers), and others use lightsabers. During the game, we also collect a lot of different additives to unlock access to new elements. The most important aspect of both LEGO Star Wars is that it can be played in a double co-op. Gamers can experience all the adventures the two of us, playing the various characters, not necessarily according to the original versions of the story. In total, we get to choose up to 160 different characters. Some of them, such as. Watto, Zam Wessell, and Boss Nass, appears exclusively in LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga. It is worth noting that nothing stands in the way to create your own hero using a bulky set of blocks.

niedziela, 21 czerwca 2015

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars [XBOX 360]

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars [X-BOX 360]

In LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars take part in the intergalactic conflict between the Republic and the Separatist forces, known as the Clone Wars. We follow the story presented from the point of view of several different characters, and the next we can unlock finishing the main storyline. The whole was based on motifs from the popular animated series. This means that while playing encounter many characteristic figures who only watched him. The story is divided into three separate scenarios, on three different opponents: Count Doku, General Grievous and Asajj Ventress. Each scenario consists of six missions corresponding to the following sections of the show. The Clone Wars is a typical representative of the "bobbin" series of studio Traveller's Tales. Players receive dozens of stages so that you can go in a double co-op or alone (if we can freely switch between the characters). The game is a platformer filled with riddles, enemies and hidden items to collect. The amount of secrets can make you feel dizzy. Winning them all is a challenging task requiring many hours of playing. In the game there are also steps of the cosmic will sit at the controls of a fighter plane, and our mission is to destroy the powerful Separatist ships. A complete novelty is also the battle on the surfaces of planets. Commanding troops clones or to powerful machines AT-TE, the player will have to expand the army, destroy enemies and take marked on the map strategic points. In addition to the missions related to the main plot of the game, the developers have also prepared a series of side quests, where we will be able to play the role Docu and General Grievous and the Separatists lead the troops against the troops of the Republic. We should not ignore the new visual design that is even more realistic and refined. The result was achieved thanks to a new lighting system. Although the backgrounds look more seriously, it appears to continue to be caricatures of characters built from bricks. Climate Star Wars but still was preserved, in which big thanks to excellent composer John Williams, the author of the original soundtrack to Star Wars.