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It just wasn't as silly nor did it give you that special, cutesy feeling like the other Lego Star Wars games. I think a lot of it had to do with the addition of real voice acting. In the first Lego Star Wars game, the characters were completely mute so they had to pantomime everything and that was often funny (and Jar Jar never speaks, yay!); in the second game, the characters just made little "nuh uh uh!" sounds (like the adults on any Peanuts show). I really think the way LSW2 handled the voices the best.
Really, I just think this game wasn't as cute or funny. So... probably not going to bother with the sequels.
But the good thing is that it convinced my wife to play the Wii bundle of Lego Star Wars 1&2 with me! :)
You're too late. I gave the job to some spellsword.