Pro Classic Lego game featuring the entire Star Wars saga (episodes I-VI)
Although this includes aspects from one of the first ever themed Lego games, it's still one of the best. It has some great references to the Star Wars films and the lack of voices in the game only deepens the humour.
Con By now, it is a little bit outdated, especially if you've played a lot of new Lego games
This version of the game was released in 2007, and it's made of Lego Star Wars: The Video Game (2005) and Lego Star Wars: The Original Trilogy (2006), so the mechanics have almost completely changed since. Honestly, it's kind of hard playing Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016) then going back to the older games because there have been so many new features added since.
Con More difficult to attain 100% completion than other Lego titles
Being one of the earliest titles in the franchise, The Complete Saga has some bonus modes required for 100% completion that were phased out in later titles. Including "blue minikit" levels where you must find all the minikits with a time limit, and super replay where you must play all the levels in the movie with a time limit and score goal. This ends up making you have to replay the game more than you would with most Lego games, which can be tedious.