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LEGO Star Wars II:
The Original Trilogy


Release date:
September 12, 2006

Distributed by:
Traveller's Tales / LucasArts

Genre:
Third-person Platform

Modes:
Single Player / Multi Player
(Same screen)

Star Wars Saga Timeline:
0 BBY - 4 ABY

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The surprise hit of 2005 returns for more brick-blasting battles and sci-fi spoofing in LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy. As the title suggests, the storyline focuses on the first three films in the Star Wars saga. Players will choose from a variety of LEGOized characters as they attempt to end the Galactic Empire's tyrannical reign. The lighthearted action is still designed for players of all ages and abilities, but there is now more to see and do. New character-specific special moves are available, from Leia's head-knocking slaps to Obi-Wan's helmet-spinning use of the Force to confuse his attackers.

As players progress through familiar movie scenes in the story mode, they can unlock more than 50 characters and even mix-and-match individual parts and accessories to create custom hybrids for use in the "free play" mode. Also new is the ability to build vehicles such as landspeeders, AT-STs, and speeder bikes, or to ride creatures like tauntauns and banthas. The original's cooperative play option returns with a revamped camera and more team-oriented challenges to overcome. As a special bonus, owners of the first game can unlock 54 additional characters for free play, expanding the roster to include Darth Maul and other fan favorites.

Game Codes & Cheats

Unlock Bounty Hunter Missions:
Purchase the six Bounty Hunter Characters (
Dengar, 4LOM, IG-88, Bossk, Greedo, and Boba Fett) in the Cantina, approach the door with Jabba's icon over it, and the door will unlock. Inside you will find the Bounty Hunter missions.

Unlock Slave 1:
Collect all Minikits to un-lock Boba Fett's Slave 1 ship for the vehicle missions.

Unlock Lego City:
Collect 60 Gold Bricks.

Backward Compatibility

Nintendo GameCube console games can also be played on the newer Nintendo Wii console. GameCube Controller and GameCube Memory Card is required to play GameCube games on Nintendo Wii.

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