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Legostarwars2
LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
Developer(s)

Traveller's Tales

Publisher(s)

LucasArts

Release date

September 12, 2006

Genre

Platformer, Action/Adventure, General

Modes

Single player, Multiplayer

Rating(s)

ESRB: Everyone 10+ (E10+)
PEGI: 3+
OFLC (AU): PG

Platform(s)

PC, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, Gamecube, PSP, GBA, DS, MAC in England.

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy is a video game released by LucasArts on September 12, 2006, based on the Star Wars-themed toy line by the LEGO Group, and the sequel to the highly successful LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game. The game was released concurrently with the highly-anticipated DVDs of the original, unaltered films of the original trilogy. The game is available on the Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, GameCube, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, and PC.

The Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance versions are in portable style, as opposed to the original's presence on only the Game Boy Advance.

DescriptionEdit

While the original game was based on the prequel trilogy, the sequel gives a humorous look at the three movies of the original trilogy: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi.

The game was developed by Traveller's Tales, who was also responsible for the original. Publishing duties were taken up by LucasArts (replacing the original's Eidos Interactive). It features a total of 114 playable characters, 56 of them unlockable by having a saved game from LEGO Star Wars on the memory card or hard drive (and the others must be bought in the cantina, or unlocked during gameplay). The game also includes several new features, including vehicles, character-specific abilities, and customizable characters.

Mos Eisley CantinaEdit

In Star Wars: Episode 4, the Mos Eisley Cantina appears for the very first time. In LEGO Star Wars II, it appears again. There are some places to go to in the cantina.

CounterEdit

Here, you can use your collected studs to buy assorted LEGO Star Wars idums, and more.

  • Hints: Troubled with something on the game? This will help you out.
  • Characters: Buy droids (besides R2 and C3PO), Sith, and other characters on the game you can't get playing the levels.
  • Extras: Buy so called "CHEATS" to make it easy to play.
  • Enter Code: Enter a cheat code to get an item or character without paying.
  • Gold Bricks: Buy gold bricks to get closer to colecting all the bricks.
  • Videos: Watch FREE unlocked clips from the game.

LevelsEdit

Just like in the first game where levels were accessed by entering doors in Dexter's Diner, levels in this game are accessed in the Mos Eisley Cantina. As opposed to Dexter from the first game, Wuher allows the player to purchase characters, hints, and extras. The player is also able to customize characters, save them, and then use them in Free Play Mode, and go outside for street fights.

Episode IV: A New HopeEdit

Chapter 1: Secret PlansEdit

Prologue: "It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire's ultimate weapon, the Death Star, an armored space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet. Pursued by the Empire's sinister agents, Princess Leia races home aboard her starship, custodian of the stolen plans that can save her people and restore freedom to the galaxy..."

  • Playable Characters: Princess Leia, Captain Antilles, C-3PO, R2-D2, Rebel Friend
  • Playable Vehicles: LEGO Cars (Free Play only)
  • Enemies: Stormtroopers, Imperial Shuttle Pilot, Beach Trooper

At the beginning of the level the players take control of Princess Leia and Captain Antilles and battle their way through waves of stormtroopers until they find R2-D2 and C-3PO whereupon Leia delivers the plans to R2. After that, the players meet up with the Rebel friend and go to the end of the ship to let R2-D2 and C-3PO flee in the escape pod.

  • Purchasable Characters: Rebel Trooper, Stormtrooper, Imperial Shuttle Pilot
  • True Jedi Status: 40,000 / 70,000
  • Power Brick: Super Blasters
  • Minikit: Star Destroyer

Chapter 2: Through the Jundland WastesEdit

Prologue: "Darth Vader searches in vain for the secret Rebel plans on Princess Leia's starship. The droid R2-D2 has escaped with the Death Star blueprints to the planet Tatooine below. But R2-D2, along with his companion C-3PO, has been captured by Jawas – small scavenger creatures who trade in mechanical scrap. Young Luke Skywalker, unaware of the great destiny which lies before him, is looking for droids to help with workon his uncle's moisture farm. As he approaches the Jawas' sandcrawler, his life is about to change forever..."

  • Playable Characters: Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Obi-Wan Kenobi, R2-D2, C-3PO
  • Playable Creatures: Bantha, Dewback
  • Playable Vehicles: Landspeeder, LEGO Tractor
  • Enemies: Tusken Raider, Jawa, Sandtrooper

The Jawas sell R2-D2 and C-3PO to Luke Skywalker, but later steal them back. The players use Luke and Ben Kenobi to search for the droids. The search leads to the Jawa sandcrawler and eventually to Ben's hut where Luke receives his lightsaber.

  • Purchasable Characters: Tusken Raider, Jawa
  • True Jedi Status: 75,000 / 120,000
  • Power Brick: Fast Force
  • Minikit: Jawa Sandcrawler

Chapter 3: Mos Eisley SpaceportEdit

Prologue: "In search of a pilot who can take them to the distant planet of Alderaan, Luke Skywalker and old Ben Kenobi journey by landspeeder to Mos Eisley spaceport. Here, among the most dangerous and reckless elements of Tatooine society, they hope to find someone brave or foolhardy enough to help in their quest to deliver R2-D2's secret data to the Rebel Alliance. But Imperial forces are everywhere..."

  • Playable Characters: Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Ben Kenobi, R2-D2, C-3PO, Han Solo, Chewbacca
  • Playable Creatures: Dewback
  • Playable Vehicles: Landspeeder, AT-ST
  • Enemies: Sandtrooper, locals (They are not really enemies, but they start shooting if you disturb them.)
  • Boss: Imperial Spy

The players end up in the town of Mos Eisley looking for a pilot to take them to Alderaan; in the Mos Eisley cantina Han Solo and Chewbacca are found. Play switches to these characters who lead Ben and Luke to the Millennium Falcon.

  • Purchasable Characters: Sandtrooper, Greedo, Imperial Spy
  • True Jedi Status: 165,000 / 200,000
  • Power Brick: Super Lightsabers
  • Minikit: Landspeeder

Chapter 4: Rescue the PrincessEdit

Prologue: "Imprisoned in the Death Star, Princess Leia still refuses to reveal the location of the Rebel Base to the evil Darth Vader. Meanwhile, Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi have commissioned Han Solo to take them to Leia's home planet of Alderaan. Escaping from Imperial forces on Tatooine, they make the jump through hyperspace. But Alderaan has disappeared, its population a victim of Darth Vader's impatience – and in its place, they find only the deadly shadow of the Death Star..."

  • Playable Characters: Luke Skywalker (Stormtrooper), Han Solo (Stormtrooper), Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, R2-D2, C-3PO
  • Playable Vehicles: LEGO Car
  • Enemies: Stormtrooper, Imperial Officer, TIE Fighter Pilot, Death Star Trooper, Beach Trooper

On the Death Star the players get disguises in the form of stormtrooper armor, letting them search the giant warship for Princess Leia. There are helmet dispensers found throughout the level allowing players to sneak past stormtroopers unnoticed.

  • Purchasable Characters: Beach Trooper, Death Star Trooper, TIE Fighter Pilot, Imperial Officer
  • True Jedi Status: 60,000 / 80,000
  • Power Brick: Tractor Beam
  • Minikit: Millennium Falcon

Chapter 5: Death Star EscapeEdit

Prologue: "Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Chewbacca have rescued Princess Leia from the clutches of Darth Vader and his Imperial forces – but must now find a way out of the Death Star. Aided by the droid R2-D2, who can interface remotely with the Death Star control systems, they battle their way to the Millennium Falcon. Meanwhile, the Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi moves closer to his final destiny..."

  • Playable Characters: Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Han Solo, Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3PO
  • Playable Vehicles: LEGO Car, Maintenance Speeder
  • Enemies: Stormtrooper, Imperial Officer, TIE Fighter Pilot, Death Star Trooper, Beach Trooper

Once the players have rescued Leia from her cell they flee back to the hangar bay and escape the Death Star.

  • Purchasable Characters: Grand Moff Tarkin
  • True Jedi Status: 55,000 / 65,000
  • Power Brick: Invincibility
  • Minikit: Y-wing

Chapter 6: Rebel AttackEdit

Prologue: "With the Death Star plans in their hands at last, the Rebel Alliance plans a desperate assault on the Imperial space station. But a hidden homing beacon attached to the Millennium Falcon has led Darth Vader to the Rebel's secret base on the moon of Yavin IV. The moon will soon be in range of the mighty Death Star's superlaser. Now, a small band of fearless pilots bear with them the hopes of an entire galaxy..."

  • Playable Vehicles: X-wing, Y-wing
  • Enemies: TIE Fighter, Turbolaser, Darth Vader

On the surface of the Death Star the players make their way forward through squadrons of TIE Fighters and shields blocking the way. Once past the surface the players journey down the equatorial trench, dodging fire from turrets and Darth Vader. The level is completed by using a torpedo to destroy the Death Star.

  • Purchasable Vehicles: TIE Fighter, TIE Interceptor, TIE Fighter (Darth Vader)
  • True Jedi Status: 20,000 / 30,000
  • Power Brick: Score x2
  • Minikit: TIE Advanced

Episode V: The Empire Strikes BackEdit

Chapter 1: Hoth BattleEdit

  • Vehicles: Snowspeeder

The players must protect the Rebel base using Snowspeeders. In the battle players must destroy Probe Droids, AT-ATs and AT-STs. To finish the level, players must destroy a number of enemies in a certain timeframe.

  • Enemies: AT-ATs, Probe Droids, AT-STs
  • Minikit: AT-AT
  • Red Power Brick: Self-Destruct

Chapter 2: Escape from Echo BaseEdit

  • Playable characters: Han Solo (Hoth), Princess Leia (Hoth), C-3PO, Chewbacca

Players must escape the Rebel base that is being invaded by the Empire. Imperial troops and falling ice hazards must be avoided in order to find the Millennium Falcon and escape.

  • Vehicles: Tauntaun, LEGO Car
  • Enemies: Snowtroopers
  • Minikit: Snowspeeder
  • Red Power Brick: Fast Build

Chapter 3: Falcon FlightEdit

  • Vehicles: Millennium Falcon, X-Wing

After escaping the Hoth base, players must flee through an asteroid field while being attacked by TIE Fighters.

  • Enemies: TIE fighters, TIE Interceptors, Star Destroyers
  • Minikit: TIE Fighter
  • Red Power Brick: Score x4


Chapter 4: DagobahEdit

  • Boss: Apparition of Darth Vader (Luke)
  • Playable characters: Luke Skywalker (Pilot) , R2-D2, Yoda, Luke Skywalker (Dagobah)

On the swamps of Dagobah, players must get through bats and snakes to find Yoda. Once he is found Luke is trained by Yoda in the use of the Force, culminating in a battle with an apparition of Darth Vader.

  • Enemies: Bats, Snakes
  • Vehicles: LEGO Tractor
  • Minikit: X-Wing
  • Red Power Brick: Regenerate Hearts

Chapter 5: Cloud City TrapEdit

  • Boss: Darth Vader
  • Playable characters: Luke Skywalker (Bespin), R2-D2

Luke and R2-D2 hunt through Cloud City looking for their friends. Luke faces off against the real Darth Vader at the end of the level, forcing Vader to flee several times until he reveals that he is Luke's father.

  • Vehicles: N/A
  • Enemies: Stormtroopers
  • Minikit: Cloud Car
  • Red Power Brick: Minikit Detector

Chapter 6: Betrayal Over BespinEdit

  • Boss: Boba Fett
  • Playable characters: Lando Calrissian, Princess Leia (Bespin), Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3PO

With Han Solo frozen in carbonite, the players must chase after Boba Fett. After Boba escapes the players battle their way back through Cloud City to escape in the Millennium Falcon.

  • Enemies: Stormtroopers, Ugnaughts
  • Vehicles: LEGO Car
  • Minikit: Slave I
  • Red Power Brick: Score x6

Episode VI: Return of the JediEdit

Chapter 1: Jabba's PalaceEdit

Prologue: "Luke Skywalker has returned to his home planet of Tatooine in an attempt to rescue his friend Han Solo from the clutches of the vile gangster Jabba the Hutt. Little does Luke know that the Galactic Empire has secretly begun construction on a new armored space station even more powerful than the first dreaded Death Star. When complete, this ultimate weapon will spell certain doom for the small band of Rebels struggling to restore freedom to the galaxy..."

  • Playable Characters: Princess Leia (Boushh), Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker (Jedi), C-3PO, R2-D2, Han Solo (Skiff)
  • Playable Creatures: B'omarr Monk
  • Enemies: Gamorrean Guard
  • Boss: Rancor

Princess Leia (disguised as the bounty hunter Boushh) and Chewbacca begin the mission to rescue Han Solo. They then meet up with Luke Skywalker (who has now completed his Jedi training and has a green lightsaber), and then they find R2-D2 and C-3PO. After they free Han, they are captured and thrown to the rancor. After defeating it, Princess Leia is made Jabba's slave.

  • Purchasable Characters: Gamorrean Guard, Bib Fortuna, Palace Guard
  • True Jedi Status: 35,000 / 45,000
  • Power Brick: Super Zapper
  • Minikit: Desert Skiff

Chapter 2: The Great Pit of CarkoonEdit

Prologue: "Work continues on the new Death Star, and the future of the galaxy appears increasingly bleak. On Tatooine, Luke Skywalker is in the grip of Jabba the Hutt, along with Han Solo, Chewbacca and Princess Leia. Jabba takes his prisoners across the Tatooine dunes to the Great Pit of Carkoon, where he plans to feed them to the fearsome Sarlacc beast. But, even with back-up from Boba Fett, Jabba has severely underestimated the powers of a Jedi..."

  • Playable Characters: Luke Skywalker (Jedi), Lando Calrissian (Palace Guard), Princess Leia (Slave), Chewbacca, Han Solo (Skiff), C-3PO, R2-D2
  • Vehicles: N/A
  • Enemies: Gamorrean Guard, Skiff Guard
  • Boss: Boba Fett

Luke, Lando Calrissian (disguised as one of Jabba's guards), Han, and Chewbacca must fight off skiff guards, Gamorrean guards, and the notorious Boba Fett (ultimately sending his jetpack out of control and landing him into the Sarlacc's mouth, though he later escapes). They then find R2-D2 and C-3PO. After a while, they get on top of Jabba's sail barge, although Princess Leia has already killed Jabba. They escape, destroying the sail barge in the process.

  • Purchasable Characters: Skiff Guard, Boba Fett
  • True Jedi Status: 50,000 / 65,000
  • Power Brick: Bounty Hunter Rockets
  • Minikit: Sail Barge

Chapter 3: Speeder ShowdownEdit

Prologue: "The Rebel Alliance has learned of the new Death Star, and launches a daring plan to destroy this evil weapon before its construction can be completed. The Rebel fleet is readied for an assault, and a small strike unit lands on the nearby forest moon of Endor. Led by Luke Skywalker and Han Solo, their mission is to destroy the shield generator which protects the deadly Imperial space station..."

  • Playable Characters: Luke Skywalker (Endor), Princess Leia (Endor)
  • Vehicles: 74-Z speeder bike|Speeder Bike, AT-ST, AT-AT
  • Enemies: Stormtrooper

Princess Leia and Luke must help find the shield generator for the second Death Star, but some scout troopers have spotted them, and the Rebels must stop them before the scouts report of their presence.

  • Purchasable Characters: Bossk, Dengar, 4-LOM
  • True Jedi Status: 55,000 / 70,000
  • Power Brick: Score x8
  • Minikit: TIE Bomber

Chapter 4: The Battle of EndorEdit

Prologue: "As the Rebel fleet draws closer to the Death Star, Luke Skywalker has turned himself over to Imperial forces and heads to the Death Star for a final controntation with Darth Vader. The commando team led by Han Solo makes its way towards the Imperial shield generator on Endor. But the Rebel forces are lured into a trap. Although it appears incomplete, the Death Star is already fully functional. And a deadly surprise lies in wait for the intrepid Rebel strike team..."

  • Playable Characters: Han Solo (Endor), Princess Leia (Endor), Wicket, Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3PO
  • Vehicles: LEGO Tractor, AT-ST, Catapult
  • Enemies: Stormtrooper, Imperial Officer, Scout Trooper

Han, Leia, Chewbacca, Wicket W. Warrick the Ewok, R2-D2, and C-3PO must destroy the shield generator for the Death Star II, while Luke has turned himself to the Imperials so he can turn his father, Darth Vader, to the light side (see next level). Once inside the generator, they must fight ambushes of Stormtroopers and Scout troopers and plant bombs to blow the whole place sky-high.

  • Purchasable Characters: Ewok
  • True Jedi Status: 90,000 / 110,000
  • Power Brick: Super Ewok Catapult
  • Minikit: AT-ST

Chapter 5: Jedi DestinyEdit

Prologue: "As the battle between Imperial and Rebel forces rages around the second Death Star, Luke Skywalker confronts Darth Vader – his father, once Anakin Skywalker. From boy slave on Tatooine, to hero of the Clone Wars, to Sith Lord, feared throughout the galaxy, Anakin Skywalker's path has been dark indeed. In front of Emperor Palpatine, the villainous master, Vader must now face his son, and reclaim his fate..."

  • Playable Characters: Luke Skywalker (Jedi), Darth Vader
  • Enemies: Imperial Guard
  • Boss: The Emperor

The players control Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader – who turns away from the dark side earlier than depicted in the movies – to fight against the Emperor. Working together, the players battle Imperial Royal Guards and contend with the Emperor's force lightning attacks.

  • Purchasable Characters: Imperial Guard, The Emperor
  • True Jedi Status: 55,000 / 67,000
  • Power Brick: Infinite Torpedoes
  • Minikit: Imperial Shuttle

Chapter 6: Into the Death StarEdit

Prologue: "With help from the Ewoks, the Rebels have finally managed to destroy the Death Star shield generator on Endor. In the sky above, the Rebel fleet has come under intense fire from Imperial craft and the Death Star itself. Many ships have been destroyed. But General Lando Calrissian is now able to lead the final assault on the Empire's ultimate weapon, and pilot the Millennium Falcon deep into its dark heart..."

  • Vehicles: Millennium Falcon, X-wing
  • Enemies: Star Destroyer, TIE Fighter, TIE Interceptor, TIE Bomber

Lando (in the Millennium Falcon) and the rebel fleet launch an all-out attack to destroy the Death Star II. First, while the shields are still up, they must go right into the Imperial fleet to avoid fire from the second Death Star, but they must take down some Star Destroyers during the wait. Later, they go inside the armored space station and get to the core. Once they destroy it, they must escape the explosion in time!

  • Purchasable Characters: Admiral Ackbar, Ben Kenobi (Ghost), Anakin Skywalker (Ghost), Yoda (Ghost), IG-88
  • True Jedi Status: 30,000 / 40,000
  • Power Brick: Score x10
  • Minikit: TIE Interceptor

Bonus Level: LEGO CityEdit

Prologue: "In an infinite universe, all things are possible. As the second Death Star explodes beside an Endor moon, Anakin Skywalker's epic journey is complete. With his final sacrifice, balance has returned to the Force. In ANOTHER galaxy far, far away, though, echoes of this drama live on, and a new world awakens..."

  • Playable Creatures: Bantha, Dewback, Tauntaun
  • Playable Vehicles: AT-ST, Landspeeder, Wookiee Ornithopter, LEGO Cars, LEGO Tractor, LEGO Van
  • Enemies: None

Based on the style of the LEGO Town series, LEGO City is a large area containing various LEGO houses and other objects. The goal of the level is to accrue 1,000,000 studs in as quick a time as possible. This is acheived by destroying objects such as street lamps, or by using the Force on anything that gives off a Force glow.

No reward is gained by completing the level – it's purely a time trial.

  • True Jedi Status: N/A
  • Power Brick: N/A
  • Minikit: N/A

Bounty Hunter MissionsEdit

Once all six of the bounty hunter characters have been unlocked and bought in the cantina, the bounty hunter room (a singular doorway found between Episodes IV and V, marked with Jabba's face) opens, allowing the player to access 10 special mini-areas. Each of these areas, consisting of part of one of the earlier chapters from the main episodes, has a Star Wars character hidden away somewhere. Using the bounty hunters, the player has to hunt down the hidden character within an allotted time to receive a gold brick and some LEGO studs.

Bounty huntersEdit

The following characters are at the player's disposal:

  • Greedo
  • Boba Fett
  • IG-88
  • Bossk
  • Dengar
  • 4-LOM

Each mission requires the use of particular bounty hunters depending on the situation. For instance, IG-88 or 4-LOM may be needed to operate a protocol or astromech panel, following which Boba Fett may be needed to hover across a chasm.

MissionsEdit

The following 10 characters are hidden away:

Character Area Location
R2-D2 Tantive IV, as seen in Secret Plans Bounty Hunter Only Area
Ben Kenobi Sandcrawler, as seen in Through the Jundland Wastes At the exit of Sandcrawler, There is a secret compartment behind a container on the right.
Chewbacca Mos Eisley, as seen in Mos Eisley Spaceport In the area where you see stormtroopers on dewback, behind the first compartment with brown door on the left.
Princess Leia Death Star, as seen in Rescue the Princess In detention cell, directly opposite her location in story mode.
Admiral Ackbar Echo Base, as seen in Escape from Echo Base In C-3PO room, immediate left from where you start (don't open the door ahead). Found in bacta tank.
Yoda Ewok Village, as seen in The Battle of Endor Turn left, build the turnstile and use Boba Fett to fly over to him.
C-3PO Cloud City, as seen in Betrayal over Bespin Bounty Hunter hang-out pad roof top in Cloud City. Access this area with the bounty hunter elevator.
Lando Calrissian Cloud City, as seen in Betrayal over Bespin The Millennium Falcon bridge extension control room. Use IG-88 or 4-LOM to walk through the gas and capture him.
Luke Skywalker Mos Eisley, as seen in Mos Eisley Spaceport Crashed ship, destroy the moisture vaporator and grapple up there.
Han Solo Echo Base, as seen in Escape from Echo Base Turn right at the E-web blaster in the hallway. In the room where you build the cart on tracks, he is hiding up on the right ledge.

Once all 10 of the gold bricks have been received, the areas can be replayed with the aim of beating the time it took to last complete the level. Each time that a few seconds are shaved off the current record, you receive a number of studs in relation to this.

Vehicle levelsEdit

  • Episode IV:
    • Chapter 6: Rebel Attack (X-Wing & Y-Wing)
  • Episode V:
    • Chapter 1: Hoth Battle (Snowspeeders)
    • Chapter 3: Falcon Fight (Millennium Falcon & X-Wing)
  • Episode VI:
    • Chapter 6: Into the Death Star (Millennium Falcon & X-Wing)

Level basisEdit

  • There are ten minikit canisters in each level.
  • There is one hidden Red Power Brick in each level. Each power brick unlocks a special feature available for purchase in the Cantina.
  • Each episode has at least one vehicle-based level (Episode V has two).
  • Each Story Mode level has at least two playable characters.
  • Each level has certain character(s) available only in Freeplay in that level that are unlocked by purchasing the Extra Toggle Feature. For example, in Rescue The Princess and Jedi Destiny, Mouse Droids and Imperial Engineers are available, while in Through the Jundland Wastes and Mos Eisley Spaceport, multiple droids and some womp rats are playable.
  • Each episode has three bonus levels.
    • In Super Story Mode, you have to complete all six story mode missions in under an hour. However, the gold brick will be gained even if the player does not finish under an hour.
    • Two levels where you have to collect 1,000,000 studs in under 5 minutes. (6 minutes for the Episode V vehicle level.) There is one for Characters and one for Vehicles. In the vehicle mode, you play with all of the vehicles whose minikits you've built, including ones from the first game.
  • Each level has at least one Double Score Zone. Examples: Mos Eisley Spaceport has a landspeeder wash, a high-up place, and a movie theater.

Gold bricksEdit

There are a total of 99 gold bricks hidden throughout LEGO Star Wars II.

LocationsEdit

  • 4 from each chapter. You earn one gold brick after completing each of the following requirements:
    • Story Mode – Completing the level
    • Story Mode – True Jedi Status (fill up stud meter)
    • Free Play Mode – True Jedi Status (fill up stud meter)
    • Story Mode/Free Play Mode – Minikit Canisters (10 in each level)
  • 9 from the Bonus Missions (Super Story ×3, Character Bonus ×3 and Minikit Bonus ×3)
  • 10 from the Bounty Hunter Missions
  • 8 bought from Wuher in the Mos Eisley Cantina

Unlockable featuresEdit

The following is a list of special features you can unlock depending on the number of gold bricks you have:

  • 60: When you have collected 60 gold bricks, you will be able to enter LEGO City. This is a playground level set in a LEGO City (based on the LEGO Town series) where the objective is to collect all one million studs in the level. Unfortunately, after completing the task, you are not rewarded with another gold brick.
  • 99: When you have collected all 99 gold bricks in the game, you will unlock a stud fountain outside the cantina which spits out numerous silver, gold and blue studs every four seconds.
Note: If you stay in the same spot, the LEGO studs will not fall where you are standing. This is avoidable by using a jetpack character (Boba Fett) or a ghost character (Anakin Skywalker, Ben Kenobi, or Yoda).

CharactersEdit

Playable charactersEdit

Character name Weapon Power
Luke Skywalker (Tatooine) Blaster Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Luke Skywalker (Stormtrooper) Blaster Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Luke Skywalker (Pilot) Blaster Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Luke Skywalker (Hoth) Blaster Dive, Grapling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Luke Skywalker (Dagobah) Blue Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Force Choke On Gamorrean Guards, Return Blaster Shots
Luke Skywalker (Bespin) Blue Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Force Choke On Gamorrean Guards, Return Blaster Shots
Luke Skywalker (Jedi) Green Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Force Choke On Gamorrean Guards, Return Blaster Shots
Luke Skywalker (Endor) Green Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Force Choke On Gamorrean Guards, Return Blaster Shots
Han Solo Pistol Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Han Solo (Stormtrooper) Blaster Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Han Solo (Hoth) Pistol Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Han Solo (Hood) Pistol Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Han Solo (Endor) Pistol Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Han Solo (Skiff) Pistol Dive, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Han Solo (frozen in carbonite) None None
Ben Kenobi Blue Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Return Blaster Shots
Princess Leia Blaster Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, slaps face
Princess Leia (Hoth) Blaster Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, slaps face
Princess Leia (Bespin) Blaster Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, slaps face
Princess Leia (Slave) Blaster Grappling Hook, Dances, Dodge blaster shots, slaps face
Princess Leia (Endor) Blaster Grappling Hook, slaps face
Princess Leia (Boushh) Blaster Grappling Hook, Thermal Detonator, Bounty Hunter Access, Dodge blaster shots, slaps face
Princess Leia (Prisoner) Blaster Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, slaps face
R2-D2 Droid Stunner Astromech Access, Jet Boosters, Periscope, Pass through gases, Shocks Stormtroopers
C-3PO None Protocol Access, Pass through gases
Rebel Trooper Blaster Grappling Hook, punch
Captain Antilles Blaster Grappling Hook, punch
Rebel Friend Blaster Grappling Hook, punch
Chewbacca Bowcaster Rips Off Arms, Grappling Hook, punch, pound
Lando Calrissian Blaster Dive, Kung-Fu, Kisses Leia's Hand, Dodge blaster shots,
Lando (Palace Guard) Blaster Dive, Kung-Fu, kiss Leia's hand, Dodge blaster shots,
Rebel Pilot Blaster Grappling Hook, punch
Rebel Trooper (Hoth) Blaster Rifle Grappling Hook, punch
Jawa Ionization Blaster Crawl Into Small Spaces
Womp rat None Runs fast
Mouse Droid None Runs fast
Yoda Green Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Return Blaster Shots
Wicket Slingshot Crawls Into Small Spaces, grapple hook
Character name Weapon Power
Gamorrean guard Vibro-Axe Uses axe as rock guitar, Return Blaster Shots
Imperial Spy None Walkie-Talkie
TIE Fighter Pilot Blaster Grappling Hook, Imperial Access
Death Star Trooper Blaster Grappling Hook, Imperial Access
Greedo Blaster Thermal Detonator, Dive, Bounty Hunter Access, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
Gonk Droid None Indestructible in playmode
Tusken Raider Blaster Rifle Grappling Hook, uses gun as baseball bat
Stormtrooper Blaster Grappling Hook, Imperial Access
Sandtrooper Blaster Grappling Hook, Imperial Access
Snowtrooper Blaster Grappling Hook, Imperial Access
Beach Trooper Blaster Grappling Hook, Imperial Access
Darth Vader Red Lightsaber Dark Force, Force Choke, Imperial Access, Return Blaster Shots
The Emperor Red Lightsaber Dark Force, Lightning, Imperial Access, Return Blaster Shots
IG-88 Blaster Thermal Detonator, Bounty Hunter Access, Grappling Hook, Protocol Access, Dodge blaster shots, Astromech Access, Pass through gases, punch, kick, detaches head and uses as a club
Bossk Blaster Dive, Thermal Detonator, Bounty Hunter Access, Grappling Hook, punch
Boba Fett Blaster Rifle Jet Pack, Thermal Detonator, Bounty Hunter Access, Grappling Hook, Homing Missile (with Red Power Brick), Dodge blaster shots, punch, kick
Bib Fortuna none Bounty Hunter Access, punch, kick
Grand Moff Tarkin Blaster Pistol Grappling Hook, Imperial Access, punch, Dodge Blaster Shots
Imperial Officer Blaster Pistol Grappling Hook, Imperial Access, punch, Dodge Blaster Shots
Ugnaught Ionization Blaster Crawl Into Small Spaces, Grappling Hook
Ewok Slingshot Crawl Into Small Spaces
Imperial Guard Force Pike Imperial Access, Return Blaster Shots
Palace Guard Blaster Grappling Hook, punch
Skiff Guard Blaster Grappling Hook, punch
Bespin Guard Blaster Grappling Hook, punch, dodge blaster shots,dive (sideways)
Dengar Blaster Dive, Thermal Detonator, Bounty Hunter Access, Grappling Hook, Dodge blaster shots, punch
4-LOM Blaster Rifle Thermal Detonator, Bounty Hunter Access, Grappling Hook, Protocol Access, Astromech Access, Pass through gases, Punch, spin attack
Lobot none Punch, Headbutt
Admiral Ackbar Blaster Pistol Dive, Grappling Hook, punch, Dodge Blaster Shots
Imperial Shuttle Pilot Blaster Grappling Hook, Punch, Imperial Access, Dogde Blaster Shots
Ben Kenobi (Ghost) Blue Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Disguise, Indestructible
Yoda (Ghost) Green Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Disguise, Indestructible
Anakin Skywalker (Ghost) Blue Lightsaber Force, Jedi Mind Trick, Disguise, Indestructible

Playable vehiclesEdit

  • AT-AT
  • AT-ST
  • Imperial Shuttle
  • LEGO Car
  • LEGO Sled
  • LEGO Tractor
  • LEGO Van
  • Millennium Falcon
  • Slave I (After all Minikits are collected)
  • Snowspeeder
  • Speeder Bike
  • TIE Bomber
  • TIE Fighter
  • TIE Fighter (Darth Vader's)
  • TIE Interceptor
  • Turbolaser
  • Wookiee Ornithopter (Only in LEGO City)
  • X-wing Starfighter
  • Y-wing Starfighter

Playable creaturesEdit

  • Bantha
  • B'omarr Monk
  • Dewback
  • Tauntaun

Custom CharactersEdit

One of the new additions of LSW2 is that you can create your own characters with various powers. For example, a character with a red lightsaber and Boba Fett's helmet can use the Force and open bounty hunter doors. This saves time from switching around trying to find a certain necessary character.

Combinations:

  • Santa Claus-Use the cheat 'CL4U5H' and 'TYH319'. Construct a character with a red hat, red clothes, black belt, white cape (optional), black gloves (hands), a weapon of your choice, and Obi-Wan's head. Then, in the start menu, select extras, go down to 'disguise' and toggle through it until you reach the number 3. Go play as him in free play.
  • Evil Boba Fett-Get Boba's Fett helmet, any body and put a red lightsaber. He will have the following abilities:
    • Throw Thermal Detonators
    • Bounty Hunter access
    • Dark force power.
  • Naked Guy-Known as a humorous Combination, the player can customize a character to make it "Nude". Just find the head with a smiley face on it, then find the rest of the body part, which have to be the same color: Blond. Then your character will be naked.
  • C-3PO, The Killer-Get C-3PO's head, body, and legs. Then add a pistol to it then you got a crazy dude.

Guide to weaponsEdit

  • Blaster: A normal blaster, e.g. Leia's blaster
  • Blaster rifle: A slightly more powerful blaster with faster firing, e.g. Boba Fett's blaster
  • Slingshot: Used by Ewok and Wicket, these weapons sling rocks that turn to dust on impact. Can be enhanced to torpedoes with power brick - Super Ewok Catapults, e.g. Wicket's slingshot
  • Lightsaber: An energy weapon with the power to cut through people/things or reflect blaster bolts, e.g. Luke Skywalkers'.
  • Force pike: A powerful staff. The Imperial Guards wield these.
  • Vibro-axes: A powerful axe-like weapon. Only the Gamorreans wield these.
  • Ionization blaster: Ugnaughts, Jawas, and R2-series models use these against droids roaming free. They stun droids. With the power brick - Super Zapper - you can destroy droids and stun organics.
  • Blaster Pistol: A powerful and rapid fire pistol, e.g Han Solo
  • Thermal Detonators: A bomb that blasts all shiny metallic objects,all bounty hunters can throw this
  • Jetpack Rockets: A rocket that lands in the closest enemy,e.g.Boba Fett
  • Sniper Rifle: A powerful and accurate rifle,Tusken Raiders wield these

True Jedi StatusEdit

True Jedi Status is attained when you get a certain amount of LEGO studs. Below is listed the True Jedi amounts for each level.

NOTE: When you get True Jedi Status in story mode, you get a bonus 100,000 LEGO studs. This is a good way to get gold bricks and LEGO studs.

Episode IVEdit

Secret Plans:

Story: 40,000

Free Play: 70,000

Through the Jundland Wastes:

Story: 75,000

Free Play: 120,000

Mos Eisley Spaceport:

Story: 165,000

Free Play: 200,000

Rescue the Princess:

Story: 60,000

Free Play: 79,000

Death Star Escape:

Story: 55,000

Free Play: 65,000

Rebel Attack:

Story: 20,000

Free Play: 30,000

Episode VEdit

Hoth Battle:

Story: 70,000

Free Play: 100,000

Escape from Echo Base:

Story: 40,000

Free Play: 80,000

Falcon Flight:

Story: 50,000

Free Play: 60,000

Dagobah:

Story: 50,000

Free Play: 70,000

Cloud City Trap:

Story: 11,000

Free Play: 16,000

Betrayal over Bespin:

Story: 45,000

Free Play: 60,000

Episode VIEdit

Jabba's Palace:

Story: 38,000

Free Play: 45,000

The Great Pit of Carkoon:

Story: 50,000

Free Play: 65,000

Speeder Showdown:

Story: 55,000

Free Play: 70,000

The Battle of Endor:

Story: 90,000

Free Play: 110,000

Jedi Destiny:

Story: 55,000

Free Play: 65,000

Into the Death Star:

Story: 30,000

Free Play: 40,000

Handheld versionsEdit

Game Boy AdvanceEdit

For the Game Boy Advance, the game is altered for portability reasons (i.e. graphics, fewer characters etc). The Game Boy version has 36 playable characters, fewer than the console versions, although it does feature characters not available in console versions such as a baby Rancor and R2-Q5. Also, Darth Vader is unlocked at an earlier time, and the Scout Trooper and MSE-6 are now playable without extra toggle. The generic Ewok is gone and Wicket's slingshot is replaced with a spear. The player can not mix and match their own character. There are not any power bricks hidden in the levels, and there are no gold bricks to achieve.

Extras


  • Cantina music: Plays music from the cantina during a level.
  • Jabba's Baroque: Plays Jabba's theme.
  • Sith Mode: Turns the player's lightsaber red.
  • Lightsaber blue: Turns the player's lightsaber blue.
  • Lightsaber red: Turns the player's lightsaber red.
  • Lightsaber green: Turns the player's lightsaber green.
  • Jedi Spirit: Turns characters except droids into Force ghosts.
  • Silhouette: Turns the player's character into a silhouette.
  • Clown: Turns character into a clown.
  • Classic: Changes display to classic colors.
  • Bubble Blaster: Makes blasters shoot bubbles.
  • Egg Blaster: Makes blasters shoot eggs.
  • El Pollo Blaster: Makes blasters shoot chickens.
  • Extra Vehicles: Gives more vehicles.
  • Dancing Girl: Shows Princess Leia (Slave) dancing in the cantina.
  • Washed Out Mode: Shows blurred colors.
  • Monochrome Mode: Changes the display to a black and white screen.

Levels

There are five levels in Episodes 4 and 5 and six levels in Episode 6. A character in each level is unlocked when all ten minikits are collected. The Dagobah level is not in the Game Boy version. Mos Eisley Spaceport and Through the Jundland Wastes are formed as one level. The 128-bit version's "Jedi Destiny" and "Into The Death Star" are reversed.

The list of levels and the character or vehicle unlocked include:

  • Blockade Runner (Stormtrooper)
  • Tatooine (Tusken Raider)
  • Death Star Rescue (Imperial Navy Lieutenant)
  • Death Star Escape (Imperial Navy Trooper)
  • Trench Run (TIE Fighter)
  • Hoth Battle (Snowspeeder)
  • Hoth Escape (Snowtrooper)
  • Asteroid Chase (Millennium Falcon)
  • Cloud City Trap (MSE-6)
  • Cloud City Rescue (Darth Vader)
  • Jabba's Palace (Gamorrean Guard)
  • Sarlacc Pit (Boba Fett)
  • Speeder Chase (Imperial Speeder Bike)
  • Endor Battle (Scout Trooper)
  • Death Star II Battle
  • Emperor Fight (Emperor Palpatine)

Vehicles

Vehicles are only used in vehicle-only levels. In Free-play mode, players cannot switch to other vehicles during a level.

The list of vehicles include:

  • X-Wing
  • TIE-Fighter
  • Millennium Falcon
  • Speeder Bike (Rebel)
  • Speeder Bike (Imperial)
  • Snowspeeder
  • Vader's TIE Advanced

Characters

The list of characters include:

  • Princess Leia (Senator): Blaster, Mega Blast
  • Rebel Trooper: Blaster
  • R2-D2: Opens astromech doors
  • C-3PO: Opens protocol doors
  • Luke Skywalker (Tatooine): Blaster
  • Obi Wan Kenobi: Lightsaber, Jedi Mind Trick
  • Han Solo: Blaster
  • Chewbacca: Bowcaster, Punch
  • Luke Skywalker (Stormtrooper): Blaster
  • Han Solo (Stormtrooper): Blaster
  • General Han Solo: Blaster
  • Princess Leia (Hoth): Blaster, Mega Blast
  • Han Solo (Skiff): Blaster
  • Princess Leia (Bespin): Blaster, Mega Blast
  • Lando Calrissian: Blaster
  • Luke Skywalker (Padawan): Lightsaber, Saber Throw
  • Princess Leia (Slave): Blaster, Slap, Mega Blast
  • Luke Skywalker (Jedi): Lightsaber, Saber Throw
  • Princess Leia (Endor): Blaster, Mega Blast
  • Wicket W. Warrick: Spear
  • Darth Vader: Lightsaber, Force Choke
  • Stormtrooper: Blaster, Nods Head (No effect)
  • Tusken Raider: Sniper Rifle, Chant (No effect)
  • Imperial Navy Lieutenant: Blaster, Looks around to check for enemies
  • Imperial Navy Trooper: Blaster, Looks around to check for enemies
  • TIE Fighter Pilot: Blaster, Nods Head (No effect)
  • MSE-6: Jumps
  • Snowtrooper: Blaster, Nods Head (No effect)
  • Gamorrean Guard: Axe, Sniffs (No effect)
  • Boba Fett: Blaster Rifle, Rocket
  • Scout Trooper: Blaster, Nods Head (No effect)
  • Emperor Palpatine: Lightsaber, Force Lighting
  • R2-Q5: Opens astromech doors
  • K-3PO: Opens protocol doors
  • Yoda: Lightsaber, Force Push
  • Baby Rancor: Claws, Bite

PSPEdit

The PlayStation Portable version of LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy contains PlayStation Portable exclusive material including the final levels from Episodes I, II and III of the first LEGO Star Wars game and a challenge mode for each level in LSW II, where the player goes through each level to find all 10 blue minikits in a time limit. If completed, the player will achieve a character from the original Lego Star Wars game.

The cantina's area is made a ghost town featuring only the player and one other character, to make sure the game runs lag-free. The bounty hunter missions are excluded from the game in place of the prequel episodes' levels. Gold bricks cannot be bought from the cantina, and there are much longer loading times.

Otherwise, the PlayStation Portable version contains the same features and gameplay as the console versions, with one reviewer describing it as "having all of the substance, cut-scenes and style of the Xbox 360 version."

Nintendo DSEdit

For the Nintendo DS version, the game is altered for portability reasons (i.e., graphics, fewer characters, etc.). The DS version has 50 characters, though they don't exactly match the ones from the console games. In addition to cooperative multiplayer, the DS version allows up to four people to battle wirelessly, where they can choose to fight over Han Solo (Carbonite) in Jabba's Palace or battle in a Tatooine-themed arena. Character swapping is performed by touching icons on the touch screen.

Though generally praised for its gameplay, the original release of the DS version was criticized for its bugs and graphical glitches. Many internet sites accused it of being rushed to the shelves with the other versions of the game and the reissued Star Wars DVD films.

One website was supposedly contacted by anonymous employees of the developer which claimed that the US, European, and Japanese versions were different from each other regarding the bugs, and that a new fixed version would be shipped to shelves after the first print run had sold out.

Cheats for the Nintendo DSEdit

Unlock all characters: UDLRAB-- Unlock all extras: ABACAB-- Unlock all clothing in the character editor: 867539-- Unlock all weapons in the character editor: BIGGUN-- Earn 500,000 stud bonus: HGIGHF-- Earn 10 bonus studs: 4PR28U

Critical ReactionEdit

The game was mostly favorably received with fans and critics, who praised the gameplay, which focused mainly on fun and exploring. Many considered it superior to the original, mainly due to the improved gameplay, the many new features, such as the character creating aspect and freeform vehicle sections, and other aspects. However, some gamers considered it childish, too simplistic, and even with the adaptable difficulty, very easy.

AwardsEdit

On December 13, 2006 the game received an award for "best video game based on a TV show or movie" at the Spike TV Video Game Awards.

On December 22, 2006, StarWars.com declared LEGO Star Wars II as Number 1 in Star Wars: The Best of 2006.

ExtrasEdit

Extras are small features that can be turned on and off. Some function as cheats, like "Invincibility", while others are just novelties. Unlike the first LEGO Star Wars, players must earn the ability to buy extras by collecting red Power Bricks.

  • Adaptive difficulty: Already available at the beginning of the game, turning this on means the game will get harder the better you are at playing it.

Available to buy straight awayEdit

  • Use old save: Allows the use of unlocked characters from the first LEGO Star Wars game, assuming that a save-file of that game is available.
  • Extra toggle: Normally unplayable characters are available to play in certain levels in Free Play, including a skeleton, a scout trooper, a womp rat and many droids that cannot be purchased from the cantina.
  • Fertilizer: Causes animals to poop when the special button is pressed.
  • Disguise: Gives characters a fake nose, black moustache and glasses. Adorns some vehicles as well.
  • Daisy chains: Turns a character's grappling hook rope into a chain of flowers.
  • Chewbacca carrying C-3PO: Chewbacca will carry a partially assembled C-3PO on his back.
  • Tow Death Star: Turns the towable bombs in vehicle-based levels into tiny Death Stars.

Available to buy after finding the relevant Power BrickEdit

  • Super blasters: Blasters are twice as powerful as normal.
  • Fast Force: Force-using characters can use the Force on LEGO objects at twice the speed.
  • Super lightsabers: Lightsabers are all purple and twice as powerful as normal.
  • Tractor beam: Vehicles automatically trap enemies in a tractor beam trailing behind them when this extra is switched on.
  • Invincibility: Makes characters resistant to enemy attacks. If a player dies by falling off of a ledge or walking into poisonous gas, no studs are lost.
  • Score x2 (or x4, x6, x8, x10): x2, x4, x6, x8, x10 stud count. Stud multipliers are cumulative, so if all multipliers are turned on the total effect is x3840. Note: If you have all of these on and you enter a double score zone, it becomes x7680.
  • Self destruct: Gives droids the ability to self-destruct with the same effect of thermal detonators.
  • Fast build: Characters can build LEGO objects at twice the speed.
  • Regenerate hearts: Characters regenerate health automatically. This does not work in the same way as the Invincibility extra.
  • Minikit detector: A white arrow will appear showing the location of any Minikit canisters in the area.
  • Super zapper: Astromech, Jawa and Ugnaught zappers can stun anyone and kill droids (except some Jedi and people, because it counts as a mind trick).
  • Bounty hunter rockets: Jango and Boba Fett can shoot rockets from their jetpacks, which have the same strength as thermal detonators. They can lock on to enemies but can also miss them if fired at a wrong angle.
  • Super Ewok catapult: Ewoks launch mini proton torpedoes (instead of the usual rocks that they fire), which have the same strength as thermal detonators.
  • Infinite torpedoes: Vehicles will auto-generate between three and five torpedoes in vehicle-based levels, depending on the vehicle in use.

Available only through cheat codesEdit

  • Disguise 2: Gives characters a small red nose. This disguise also works on some vehicles.
  • Disguise 3: Gives characters a fake nose, a white beard, and glasses. This disguise also works on some vehicles.

CodesEdit

Input the following codes by talking to the cantina bartender and selecting "cheat codes":

  • CL4U5H - Unlocks Santa hat for custom characters (unavailable to buy)
  • TYH319 - White beard (unavailable to buy)
  • NBP398 - Big Red Nose (unavailable to buy)

GlitchesEdit

There are eight known glitches:

  • If the second player has money and the first player kills the second player in a double score zone, the money dropped will double when picked up by the first player (fortunately for him.)
  • If you have a saved game file that has some extras on it and you turn them on and you go to another saved game file, the extras will still be turned on even if they are actually locked.
  • If you exit any vehicle with a human, eject and toggle to a droid character and then self-destruct (assuming that extra has been purchased), the droid will be driving that vehicle, and with droidekas, if you eject, the droideka will move without lowering its shield; but the effect is lost by firing.
  • In the "Betrayal over Bespin" level, there is a minikit at the top of the Millennium Falcon that does not disappear in playthroughs after it is obtained. If picked up a second time, the Millennium Falcon's ramp does not lower after all Stormtroopers are killed, making the level impossible to complete without resetting.
  • In the "Battle of Endor" level, (assuming that "Old save" has been bought) while selecting characters in free play, it will select "Clone" by automatic, which it does not do in any other levels.
  • If you go to the extra room in Jedi Destiny you can fall through the floor.
  • In the "Through the Jundland Wastes" level, at the very and outside Ben's house is a "dewback". If you jump on the dewback and run it into the quicksand, you will return playing as the dewback. The effect is lost after toggling to another character, in which case the dewback is then unavailable. this can also happen in the "Jabba's Palace" level while riding on a "B'omarr walker" and falling in a pit.

If you use the cheat above and switch to another character and jump it will duplicate your character.

Errors and inconsistenciesEdit

There are number of errors and inconsistencies with Star Wars canon that exist in LEGO Star Wars II. They are:

Episode IV: A New HopeEdit

  • The "Beach Trooper" was created purely for the game. At no point during any of the Star Wars films can stormtroopers be seen running around in nothing but a helmet and swimming trunks.
  • The "womp rats" that appear in the Tatooine-based levels of the game are actually scurriers.
  • Ben Kenobi gives Luke the lightsaber before Leia's message is activated but in the game Ben gives Luke the lightsaber just because of Leia's message.
  • Ben Kenobi only cuts off one of Ponda Baba's arms in the film—in a cutscene from the game it's both - however, later on in the cutscene Ponda loses his legs and body as well showing that he is killed in the game.
  • In the film, Garindan (the "Imperial Spy") is purely an Imperial informant and has no contact with any of the main characters.
  • Han and Chewbacca are present in the Death Star chasm scene (Luke and Leia were only present in that particular scene).
  • The Dianoga does not attack Luke, though is heard if you stay in the garbage shute.
  • The Jawas don't steal the droids from the Lars in the movie.
  • All the sand Troopers have orange shoulders.
  • Instead of attacking Luke Dr. Evazan simply watches and flees the cantina after Ponda Baba is killed.
  • In the game Garindan tries to sneak into the Rebel cerimony but is led away, though this part may be new cannon.

Episode V: The Empire Strikes BackEdit

  • In the movie, the Wampa's right arm is cut off. In the game, it's his left arm.
  • In the film only Luke battles the image of Vader on Dagobah, not with Yoda.
  • The cave is one room in the movie while it's severel in the game.
  • During the Battle of Hoth, the Millennium Falcon is shown disabling an Imperial flotilla of Star Destroyers to allow Rebel transports to escape. At no point in the films or EU is this shown.
  • Luke and R2 are shown arriving on Bespin before Han, Leia, Chewie, and Threepio do.
  • The Minikit of Slave I that is unlockable is wrongly titled Slave 1.
  • When Darth Vader tells Luke that he's his father, he has a picture of his younger self and Padmé, but in the movie he has no picture. This was done for comedic effect.
  • Imperial Probe Droids' are present during the Battle of Hoth (Although this appears in all Star Wars Games).

Episode VI: Return of the JediEdit

  • In the game, the entire main cast (Except Leia) confronts the rancor, rather than just Luke.
  • Palpatine battles Luke and Vader in the game, while the film version of the scene shows him simply watching. This is done to maintain the 2-player gameplay in the game.
    • Also, Palpatine uses his lightsaber.
  • Luke and Leia destroy an Imperial platform on Endor.
  • Leia is present when the heroes are trapped in the Ewok trap.
  • There are rebel troopers on Endor in the movie
  • Luke arrives at Jabba`s Palace first in the game, while in the movie it's only Leia and Chewbacca (besides the two droids).
  • Not only Leia,Luke C-3PO and R2-D2 free Han(it was only Leia in the Movie).
  • Leia never enters Jabbas Throne room.

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