The latest game in the Lego Star Wars Video Game Series, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars 3D is based upon the currently running Clone Wars animated TV series, and features characters and missions from the television series as well as characters from the original Star Wars saga. Scheduled to release as a launch title for the Nintendo 3DS, Clone Wars 3D is intended to serve as game that demonstrates the 3D capabilities of the new console, and it does a pretty good job in that respect, though players may find that they need to turn off the 3D feature if they play for extended periods of time due to its causing headaches and eye strain. The regular versions of the games in the Lego Star Wars series support two player cooperative play, whereas with Clone Wars 3D that support exists in the form of the 2-Player wireless multi-player, which must be enabled in order to be used. Game Play.. read more
25th Mar 2011 - LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is now on sale in UK retailers for the Wii system, Nintendo DS family of handheld systems, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, PSP (PlayStation Portable) system, and Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows. The game will also be available as a day-one title for t.. Read More.
11th Mar 2011 - With only a couple of weeks before the game's general release, more details have been divulged about the vehicles in the game. Read up below and check out the screenshots at the bottom of the page. Anakin¬ís Starfighter From a young age, Anakin Skywalker was a special pilot for the Republic. Throughout the Clone Wars Anakin most freque.. Read More.
14th Feb 2011 - LucasArts have today revealed that Han and Leia will be available as unlockable characters in the forthcoming game, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Over on the official website for the game: http://www.legostarwars.com you can get a sneak peak of these two characters in action. Follow that link then enter one of the following passw.. Read More.