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LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens review

The original LEGO Star Wars was the game that started off LEGO games as we know them, that is a licensed game closely following the plot of a movie, but with distinct self-parodying humour. Since then we’ve had LEGO versions of Batman, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park and Dimensions come onto our consoles, but now it’s back to where it all began with LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens, and this is definitely one of the best. What’s slightly odd is that the first level you actually play is actually the last scene from Return of the Jedi, still, it gets...

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LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens Release Date

Warner Bros, The Lego Group and Lucasfilm have just announced LEGO Star Wars: the Force Awakens. Yes it’s a bit of a mouthful but this new game in the massive LEGO franchise will let gamers play through key moments of the movie with the little plastic figures on a console instead of with the sort of stuff you’d but in a shop. Expect to control all the main characters from the game such as Rey, Chewie, Han Solo, Finn, Poe and BB8 and also don’t be surprised if you even get to fly the Millennium Falcon about as well! There...

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LEGO Star Wars keeps the force going

It’s good news if you’re a fan of the LEGO Star Wars games. Lucas has renewed the license with The LEGO Group for another ten years. This means we may now see more original games featuring characters from the Star Wars universe as well as the production of more physical toys to play with. And for those of you who didn’t know, here’s a fact. LEGO is a Danish company and the word translates to the phrase “play well”. So now you know. Buy Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga now New: Buy Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga from...

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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga review

This is an odd one because it feels like a box set you’d get with a movie series before Chirstmas and in a way is similar to the Orange Box. It’s Lego Star Wars the complete saga and for the first time you can now play all six episodes in one game and it’s available on the next-gen consoles with shiny new graphics on the PS3 and 360 and the ability to swing your light-saber using your remote on the Wii. Now for once I don’t need to go through the story of Star Wars as you all know it...