The Lego Group, WB Games and Disney have continued their partnership where the Lego Group and LucasArts left off, still rehashing and pumping out games based on the Star Wars films like there was no tomorrow. The latest game in the series is called Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens and some video walkthroughs have been released featuring all of the cinematics as well as the secret endings.
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is out now for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS Vita PS4 and PC, amongst other devices such as mobile smartphones and both the 3DS and Wii U. The game allows you to take control of many of the heroes and sidekicks that were featured throughout the film, while also recounting the plot of the film all the way up until the end… and then some.
It’s kind of a lengthy game for those you considering adding it to your collection, but if you want to see what the gameplay is like from start to finish, you can check out a complete gameplay walkthrough, featuring a playlist of 57 videos, courtesy of YouTuber packattack04082. You can check it out below, complete with all of the cinematic sequences.
Now if you would rather take some time out and just view the cinematics, Youtuber GameCin has all of the game’s cinematics cobbled up together where you can view them without having to worry about the gameplay… except for in the end sequence involving Finn, Rey and Kylo Ren.
You can check out the video below, featuring an hour and 45 minutes worth of cinematics, complete with sound bites from the movie to help flesh out the story.
The soundtrack from John Williams never gets old. It’s still as infectious as it was when it made its debut back in the late 1970s. It’s amazing how timeless that score is.
If you’re curious about what the secret endings look like for the game, these were also captured thanks to GamerrZombie. There are a total of five endings, which you can check out in the 12 minute video below.
The endings include the standard ending, along with the ending involving Rey’s trip to Luke’s little island. They also show the clips of what happened to Captain Phasma following Finn and Han throwing her into the garbage chute. And no, she doesn’t die.
Part of the secret ending also lets you play as Rey and Chewbacca on Luke’s island, which should give gamers a little bit of a hint at what they might possibly expect to see in Star Wars: Episode VIII.
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