Gaming preview: 'Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga' Video
Gaming preview: 'Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga' Video Transcript
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>> There's the Skywalkers. You've met the whole family but they've never shared the same screen until now. Lego Star Wars the complete saga. The award-winning game franchise that brought the whole family together is back for an adventure that let's you play through all six episodes for the first time. ^M00:00:48 [ Sound effects ] ^M00:00:51
>> Mix n Match your favorite characters from across the galaxy and build your adventure from Episode 1. ^M00:00:58 [ Sound effects ] ^M00:00:59
>> All the way through to Episode 6. ^M00:01:02 [ Sound effects ] ^M00:01:05
>> The saga that spans generations; makes the jump to the next generation. Now your whole family can battle together on Nexgen consoles and take the complete saga with you on the Nintendo DS featuring new levels, new challenges, and net Jetti moves you'll fall head over heels for. ^M00:01:27 [ Sound effects ] ^M00:01:30
>> Lego Star Wars, the complete saga, this fall. Fun. Runs in the family. ^M00:01:36 [ Sound effects ] ^M00:01:38
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