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That's no moon! Some new Lego Star Wars II shots have hit the block

Lego and Star Wars, two of mankind's greatest creations are looking fabulous in these latest Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy shots, which show off some of the some of the vehicles you'll be able to drive when the game bricks it into the shops later this year.... read more

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Block-busting Lego Star Wars II screens

Postby roger4000 » 22 Jun 2006, 14:43

does make you wonder why they don't make this with real characters. the game / graphics looks great, just get rid of the lego bit.
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Re: Block-busting Lego Star Wars II screens

Postby Piranha » 22 Jun 2006, 19:48

roger4000 wrote:does make you wonder why they don't make this with real characters. the game / graphics looks great, just get rid of the lego bit.


Aren't you kinda missing the point?!?
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Postby unforgetable » 23 Jun 2006, 00:32

Lego Star Wars rules
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Postby User removed » 29 Jul 2006, 14:27

If you have not played Lego Star Wars on Gamecube - then all I can say is shame shame shame... I love this game.
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Postby liquid_metal » 29 Jul 2006, 16:18

The first game had a really bad camera... as most of these games seem to have so hopefully that's been fixed

If you could play it fixed from behind the character the game enjoyment would increase by 10 fold.
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