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 Dec 13, 2004 - 11:30 AM - by Michael
* Star Wars: The Lego Video Game?

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Someone's taking their crossover marketing a bit too far creating a video game based on Star Wars Lego toys, themselves based on the Star Wars movies.

The preview is Gamespot's:

The first time you play through a level, you'll have to play with the characters that are relevant to that part of the story. The first level, for instance, has you playing as Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi on the Trade Federation ship, while you'll take control of Amidala and Captain Panaka as you try to escape the palace in Theed. But you'll also pick up helpers throughout a mission that you can switch to at will to accomplish certain things. For instance, the TC-14 protocol droid will join you in the first mission, and you'll have to use it to open certain doors that only droids can access. You'll accumulate a store of playable characters as you go through the game, and you'll also be able to purchase more characters (particularly the dark-side ones) when you've amassed enough Lego studs.

 

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