LSW - The Complete Saga
Lego® Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Traveller's Tales



Release date

November 6th, 2007 (2009) PC


Platformer, Action/Adventure, General


Single player, Multiplayer


ESRB: E10+
PEGI: 3+


Lego® Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a Lego® Star Wars video game, although at its core it is a compilation of the two previous Lego® Star Wars titles; Lego® Star Wars: The Video Game and Lego® Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy. Developed by Traveller's Tales and published by LucasArts, it was released in early November of 2007 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS and in October 2009 it was released for the PC. Unlike previous instalments, it was not released for PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, or Game Boy Advance, also can be found in the App Store (macOS & iOS) because the creators of the game wanted to take full advantage of the "next generation" consoles' features.

Updated levels

  • The "Mos Espa Pod Race", "Gunship Cavalry", and "Battle over Coruscant" levels from the first game have been adapted to fit the vehicle gameplay mechanics from the second game.

New content

  • New characters have been added, including Boss Nass, Zam Wesell, Watto, Plo Koon, Aayla Secura, Captain Tarpals, and many more to bring the total
    Coplete Saga Title

    The Complete Saga for P.C. title screen

    number of playable characters to 160.
  • Two new levels have been added to the game:
    • The Episode I bonus level is "Anakin's Flight". This level is set up the same way the Death Star level in the Original Trilogy video game. In fact, the only differences are location, ship, and purpose. This level was made for the first Lego® Star Wars game but was omitted. This does not appear in the DS version.
    • The new level for Episode II is "Bounty Hunter Pursuit", with gameplay similar to "Anakin's Flight", in which you have to deactivate several shields before you catch the fleeing assassin. This level was made for the first Lego® Star Wars game but was omitted. This does not appear in the DS version.


  • There are the several secrets in Lego® Star Wars: The Complete Saga;
  • Indiana Jones is purchasable on all console versions of the game except the DS version. To unlock him, go through the "trailer" section of the Cantina and watch the trailer for Lego® Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures. Now Indiana Jones will be purchasable at the bar for 50,000 Lego studs.
  • On the Xbox 360 version, you can unlock achievements.

Screenshot of the game.


Main Article: Achievements


Name Weapons Abillities Image Token
Qui-Gon Jinn Lightsaber (Green) Force

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Padawan)

Lightsaber (Blue) Force


None Protocol droid console

Jar Jar Binks

None High jump

Queen Amidala

Blaster (Red)

Captain Panaka

Blaster (Red) Grappling hook

Padmé (Battle)

Blaster (Red) Grappling hook


Electric shock Astromech droid console, hover

Anakin Skywalker (Boy)

None Short character

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Master)

Lightsaber (Blue) Force


Electric shock Astromech droid console, hover

Anakin Skywalker (Padawan)

Lightsaber (Blue) force

Padmé (Geonosis)


None Protocol droid console

Mace Windu

Lightsaber (Purple) Force

Padmé (Clawed)


Lightsaber (Green) Force

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III)

Lightsaber (Blue) Force

Anakin Skywalker (Jedi)

Lightsaber (Blue) Force

Chancellor Palpatine

Commander Cody

Blaster (Blue) Grappling hook



Extra toggle characters

The below characters can be accessed in certain levels once unlocking and activating the "Extra Toggle" Power brick.

Non-playable characters

Achievements are awards that you receive for doing a certain tasks in the Xbox 360 version of the game.


Work Salary Glitch

Console type needed for glitch: Oldest Version of Xbox360.

The work salary glitch is a very rare glitch unique to the oldest version of the Xbox 360. It can only be obtained after you have gotten the Gopher Achivement, beat all levels, unlocked all canisters, (excluding blue challenge canisters) and built the Money fountain outside of the cantina. Go into any Episode Room. Stand in the middle of the room, with all extras/cheats off. If you cheat once through the game, you will lose the chance to obtain the glitch.

Glitch Uses:

gives 500 - 1,000 studs every 5 seconds

Music Glitch

Every console is prone to this glitch. To avoid it, don't play games over 3 hours at a time.

This is one of the most common glitches for Lego Games on Xbox 360. It also happens with all Lego Indiana Jones Games, and happens on all PS2 Lego Games.

The music starts repeating notes rapidly, as if you encounter notes repeating every 5 minutes, this is normal. If you ever encounter this glitch, your console is on the brink of freezing! Go to the main menu and turn off the console as soon as possible.

Glitch Disabilities: Freezes your console Screen, but the music keeps going. Also known to disrupt loading to the main menu.

Falling Glitch

In the level Darth Maul drop out one person jump in the hole in the middle drop right back in and you can walk in the middle off the hole. Note: you can not get out unless you turn off your console

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