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April 30, 2015

Lego Star Wars: the Complete Saga arrives to Google Play, KotOR slashed to $3

by John_A

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The unofficial Star Wars holiday “May the Fourth” is almost here, and you can bet that means plenty Star Wars-related sales, app promos, and more in the near future. As far as Android is concerned, so far we are happy to report that Lego Star Wars: the Complete Saga has now landed on Google Play. Additionally, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has received a price cut!

Starting with KotOR, the Bioware classic first arrived to Android at a price of $10, a little pricey considering the game was over a decade old. For those of you that have held off because of the price tag, you might be a bit more interested now that the price has dropped down to just $3!

Get it now on Google Play!

Moving on to the Lego Star Wars, the game is now available in the Play store for $7. While that’s more expensive than the typical $1 to $2 games that run wild on the Play store, it’s still a pretty fair price for all the content you get. As most of you are probably aware, the Lego Star Wars series takes you through the events of all six movies but with some Lego-inspired twists and changes along the way.

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Arriving first in 2007, the series is a must have for Lego and Star Wars fans alike, featuring 36 story mode levels, over 120 characters, and support for both touchscreen and “classic” controls.

Get it now on Google Play!

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