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After what’s seemed like a really long wait since its announcement back in 2019, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga finally released last week, and it’s safe to say that it’s meeting the expectations of fans. In his review, GAMINGbible’s own Tom said that the game “feels like the culmination of the decades of work developers TT Games have put into the LEGO Star Wars franchise”, and that “every aspect is built with passion and love for both the story and the studs.”
In case you didn’t know, the game is also positively packed with playable characters - to be exact, there’s 384 of them (thanks, GamesRadar+). Admittedly, many of them are just slight variations of the same character - as well as the regular Han Solo, we’ve got Stormtrooper Han Solo, and Stormtrooper Han Solo with no helmet on, all as three separate entities. Regardless, there’s tonnes of characters from all corners of the Star Wars universe brought together in this one package, and that means a lot of unique interactions between them.
Check out this compilation of some of the best interactions found in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga so far.
As you can see, when you swap between certain characters, in some cases, you’ll be rewarded with some great Easter eggs - whether it’s Kylo Ren fanboying over meeting Darth Vader, or a young Anakin asking Vader where he can get a suit like his. Hmm, where indeed. There’s no doubt that there’s loads of these just waiting to be discovered, so if you have the time, definitely give it a go to see if any of your favourites have any fun conversations to be uncovered.
Meanwhile, when he’s not busy talking to himself, young Anakin has become one of the most popular characters in the game, although perhaps not for a reason you’d expect. It was discovered that since he can’t take damage from the player (the game doesn’t condone beating up children, apparently), you can swing away at him endlessly without him exploding into a million LEGO pieces, and use him as a vessel to travel to places you shouldn’t be able to get to. Not the most conventional mode of transport, but okay. At least it’s eco-friendly.
Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment/WB Games, TT Games
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