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LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game is a video game based on the LEGO Star Wars toy line from The Lego Group, and is a non-canon adaptation of the prequel trilogy (The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith), as well as a bonus level based on the opening from A New Hope.

It was developed and published by Traveller's Tales and Giant Entertainment for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Windows, with Griptonite Games developing the Game Boy Advance (GBA) version. The Game Boy Advance version was released on April 2, 2005 by Eidos Interactive. It was later released on the Apple Macintosh by Aspyr in August 2005, then on the GameCube in October. A cell phone version was also released.

While billed as a kids' game, LEGO Star Wars peaked at the top of the UK charts during early May 2005, losing the spot to the official game of Episode III, but remaining for the rest of the month on the top spots of the chart.

As of 2018, LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game has sold over 6.1 million copies, with the PlayStation 2 version of the game selling the most.

Plot summary[]

Episode I - The Phantom Menace[]

The Trade Federation upsets order in the Galactic Republic by blockading the planet Naboo in preparation for a full-scale invasion. The Republic's leader, Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum, dispatches Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn and his apprentice, Obi-Wan Kenobi, to negotiate with Trade Federation Viceroy Nute Gunray. Darth Sidious, a Sith Lord and the Trade Federation's secret benefactor, orders the Viceroy to kill the Jedi and begin their invasion with an army of battle droids. The Jedi escape and flee to Naboo. During the invasion, Qui-Gon saves the life of a Gungan outcast, Jar Jar Binks. Indebted to Qui-Gon, Jar Jar leads the Jedi to Otoh Gunga, the Gungans' underwater city. The Jedi fail to persuade the Gungan leader, Boss Nass, to help the planet's surface dwellers, but manage to obtain Jar Jar's guidance and underwater transport to Theed, the capital city of Naboo. After rescuing Queen Padmé Amidala, the group make their escape from Naboo aboard her Royal Starship, intending to reach the Republic capital planet of Coruscant.

Passing through the Federation blockade, the ship is damaged in the crossfire and its hyperdrive is disabled. The group lands for repairs on the outlying desert planet of Tatooine, situated beyond the Republic's jurisdiction. Qui-Gon, Jar Jar, astromech droid R2-D2, and Padmé—disguised as one of her handmaidens—visit the settlement of Mos Espa to purchase a new part for their hyperdrive. They encounter a junk dealer, Watto, and his nine-year-old slave, Anakin Skywalker, a gifted pilot and engineer who has built a protocol droid, C-3PO. Qui-Gon senses a strong presence of the Force within Anakin, and is convinced that he is the prophesied "Chosen One," destined to restore balance to the Force. With Watto refusing to accept payment in Republic currency, Qui-Gon wagers both the required hyperdrive part and Anakin's freedom in a podrace. Anakin wins the race and joins the group to be trained as a Jedi, leaving behind his mother, Shmi. En route to their starship, Qui-Gon is attacked by Darth Maul, Sidious' apprentice, who was sent to capture Amidala. After a brief lightsaber duel, Qui-Gon escapes onboard the starship with the others.

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan escort Padmé to Coruscant so that she can plead her people's case to Valorum and the Galactic Senate. Qui-Gon asks the Jedi Council for permission to train Anakin as a Jedi, but the Council refuses, concerned that Anakin is vulnerable to the dark side of the Force. Undaunted, Qui-Gon vows to take up Anakin as his new apprentice. Meanwhile, Naboo's Senator Palpatine persuades Amidala to call for a vote of no confidence in Valorum to elect a more capable leader and to resolve the crisis. Though she is successful in pushing for the vote, Amidala grows frustrated with the corruption in the Senate and decides to return to Naboo. Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan are ordered by the Jedi Council to accompany the queen and investigate the return of the Sith, whom they had believed to be extinct for more than a millennium.

On Naboo, Padmé reveals herself as the queen before the Gungans to gain their trust, and persuades them to help against the Trade Federation. Jar Jar is promoted to general and joins his tribe in a battle against the droid army, while Padmé leads the search for Gunray in Theed. Anakin is told by Qui-Gon to hide in a starfighter alongside R2 in the hangar, but accidentally triggers its autopilot and flies into space, where he takes part in the battle against the Federation droid control ship, inadvertently causing its destruction from within, which deactivates the droid army. Maul, who has been dispatched by Darth Sidious to capture Amidala, engages Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan in a lightsaber duel. He mortally wounds Qui-Gon, but is cut in half by Obi-Wan and his remains fall down a shaft. Qui-Gon asks Obi-Wan to train Anakin before dying in his arms.

Following the battle, Gunray is arrested by the Republic, and Palpatine is elected Chancellor. Master Yoda promotes Obi-Wan to the rank of Jedi Knight, and reluctantly accepts Anakin as Obi-Wan's apprentice. A funeral is held for Qui-Gon, attended by the other Jedi, who contemplate that there is still one Sith remaining since there are always two of them. During a celebratory parade on Naboo, Padmé presents a gift of thanks to the Gungans to establish peace.

On Naboo, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan save Jar-Jar Binks from being run over by an MTT as the Trade Federation heads toward the capital city of Theed. In return for saving his life, he helps them find their way to Otoh Gunga to speak with the Gungan ruler Boss Nass so that they can ask him to help the people of Naboo.

Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan head to Theed to attempt to stop the Trade Federation from seizing control of the city. Queen Amidala and one of her bodyguards, Captain Panaka, meet up with them to escape Theed Palace and flee Naboo.

Episode II - Attack of the Clones[]

Ten years after the battle at Naboo, the Galactic Republic is threatened by a Separatist movement organized by former Jedi Master Count Dooku. Senator Padmé Amidala comes to Coruscant to vote on a motion to create an army to assist the Jedi against the threat. Narrowly avoiding an assassination attempt upon her arrival, she is placed under the protection of Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and his apprentice Anakin Skywalker. The pair thwart a second attempt on Padmé's life and subdue the assassin, Zam Wesell, who is killed by her employer, a bounty hunter, before she can reveal his identity. The Jedi Council instructs Obi-Wan to find the bounty hunter, while Anakin is tasked to protect Padmé and escort her back to Naboo, where the two fall in love in spite of the Jedi Code that forbids relationships.

Obi-Wan's search leads him to the mysterious ocean planet of Kamino, where he discovers an army of clones being produced for the Republic under the name of Sifo Dyas, a deceased Jedi Master, with bounty hunter Jango Fett serving as their genetic template. Obi-Wan meets with Jango, who reveals that the clones were the idea of a man called Tyranus. Obi-Wan deduces Jango to be the bounty hunter he is seeking, and after a brief battle, places a homing beacon on Jango's ship, Slave I. He then follows Jango and his clone son, Boba, to the planet Geonosis. Meanwhile, Anakin is troubled by visions of his mother, Shmi, in pain and decides to return to his homeworld of Tatooine with Padmé to save her. Watto reveals that he sold Shmi to moisture farmer Cliegg Lars, who then freed and married her. Cliegg tells Anakin that she was abducted by Tusken Raiders weeks earlier and is likely dead. Determined to find his mother, Anakin ventures out and finds her at the Tusken campsite, still barely alive. After she dies in his arms, an enraged Anakin massacres the tribe. He later declares to Padmé that he will find a way to prevent the deaths of those he loves.

On Geonosis, Obi-Wan discovers a Separatist gathering led by Count Dooku, who is developing a droid army with Trade Federation Viceroy Nute Gunray and ordered the attempts on Padmé's life. Obi-Wan transmits his findings to the Jedi Council but is captured by Separatist droids. Dooku meets Obi-Wan in his cell and explains his role in the Confederacy of Independent Systems' formation, while implying that a large portion of the Galactic Senate is under the control of his new master, Darth Sidious. He then invites Obi-Wan to join him and stop the Dark Lord of the Sith. When Obi-Wan refuses, Dooku claims that Obi-Wan's late master and Dooku's former apprentice Qui-Gon Jinn would have, had he been alive. Meanwhile, Senate Representative Jar Jar Binks proposes a successful vote to grant emergency powers to Chancellor Palpatine, allowing the clone army to be authorized.

Anakin and Padmé head to Geonosis to rescue Obi-Wan, but Anakin loses his lightsaber and they are captured by Jango. Dooku sentences the trio to death, but they are saved by a battalion of clone troopers led by Yoda, Mace Windu, and other Jedi. Windu beheads Jango during the ensuing battle. Obi-Wan and Anakin intercept Dooku, and they engage in a lightsaber duel. Dooku injures Obi-Wan and severs Anakin's right arm, but Yoda intercepts and defends them. Dooku uses the Force to distract Yoda and escapes to Coruscant, where he delivers the plans of a super-weapon to Sidious, who addresses him by his Sith name Darth Tyranus. The Council is left disturbed by Dooku's claim of Sidious controlling the Senate. As the Jedi acknowledge the beginning of the Clone Wars, Anakin is fitted with a robotic hand and marries Padmé on Naboo, with C-3PO and R2-D2 as the only witnesses.

Episode III - Revenge of the Sith[]

Above Coruscant, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker lead a mission to rescue the kidnapped Supreme Chancellor Palpatine from the cyborg Separatist commander General Grievous. After infiltrating Grievous' flagship, the Jedi battle Sith Lord Count Dooku, whom Anakin overpowers and decapitates at Palpatine's urging. Grievous escapes the battle-torn ship, which the Jedi crash-land on Coruscant.

Anakin reunites with his wife, Padmé Amidala, who reveals that she is pregnant. While initially excited, Anakin soon begins to have nightmares about Padmé dying in childbirth. Palpatine appoints Anakin to the Jedi Council as his personal representative. The Council, suspicious of Palpatine, approve the appointment, but decline to grant Anakin the rank of Jedi Master and instead instruct him to spy on Palpatine, diminishing Anakin's trust in the Jedi.

Darth Sidious, the Sith Lord behind the war, appoints Grievous as the new Separatist leader and orders him to relocate the Separatist Council to the volcanic planet Mustafar. Obi-Wan travels to Utapau, where he kills Grievous, and Yoda travels to the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk to defend it from a Separatist invasion. Meanwhile, Palpatine tempts Anakin with his knowledge of the Force, including the power to prevent death, which he offers to teach him to save Padmé's life. Anakin deduces that Palpatine is Sidious and reports his treachery to Mace Windu, who confronts and subdues him. Desperate to save Padmé's life, Anakin severs Windu's hand before he can kill Palpatine, who sends Windu falling to his death. Anakin pledges himself to the Sith, and Palpatine knights him Darth Vader.

Palpatine then issues Order 66, which commands the clone troopers to kill their commanding Jedi officers, thus sending the Jedi Order into near-extinction. Meanwhile, Vader and a battalion of clone troopers kill the remaining Jedi in the Jedi Temple, after which Vader travels to Mustafar to assassinate the Separatist leaders. Palpatine declares himself Emperor before the Galactic Senate, transforming the Republic into the Galactic Empire, and denounces the Jedi as traitors. Having survived the chaos, Obi-Wan and Yoda return to Coruscant and learn of Anakin's turn to the dark side. Yoda orders Obi-Wan to confront Vader while he faces Palpatine.

When Padmé learns of Anakin's treachery, she travels to Mustafar – with Obi-Wan stowing away on her ship – and implores Vader to abandon the dark side, but he refuses. Sensing Obi-Wan's presence, and thinking that they are conspiring to kill him, Vader angrily uses the Force to strangle Padmé to unconsciousness. Obi-Wan then engages Vader in a lightsaber duel that ends with Obi-Wan severing Vader's legs and left arm. Obi-Wan retrieves Vader's lightsaber and leaves him for dead at the bank of a lava flow.

On Coruscant, Yoda battles Palpatine until their duel reaches a stalemate. Yoda then flees with Senator Bail Organa and regroups with Obi-Wan and Padmé on the planetoid Polis Massa. There, Padmé gives birth to twins, whom she names Luke and Leia, and dies soon after, having lost her will to live. On Mustafar, Palpatine retrieves a barely alive Vader and takes him to Coruscant, where his mutilated body is treated and covered in a black armored suit. Palpatine tells him that he killed Padmé in a blind rage, devastating Vader.

Obi-Wan and Yoda plan to conceal the twins from the Sith and go into exile until the time is right to challenge the Empire. As Padmé's funeral takes place on her homeworld of Naboo, Palpatine and Vader supervise the construction of the Death Star. Bail takes Leia to his homeworld of Alderaan, where he and his wife adopt her, while Obi-Wan delivers Luke to his step-uncle and aunt, Owen and Beru Lars, on Tatooine before going into exile to watch over the boy.

Gameplay[]

Anakin Skywalker in his Jedi Interceptor

The game contains a total of 59 playable characters. Every playable character, modeled after actual LEGO pieces (but with more mobility) has its own unique skills. All of the different Jedi and Sith have their own unique style of lightsaber wielding, and can use the Force to solve certain puzzles. Any unlocked character can be found walking around in Dexter's Diner, the area from which you choose what level to enter, excluding the Droideka.

LEGO Star Wars also has a feature called "Free Play," which enables the player to play the same level again, but with the ability to switch between previously unavailable characters, and thus, reach areas containing extras the player was unable to get before, and collect minikits. A player can use any character they've unlocked in Free Play, but the Free Play option will only be unlocked once the player has completed the level in story mode. Levels that are played in vehicles cannot be played in Free Play. Some characters, such as Chancellor Palpatine, the PK droid, and the Gonk Droid, can't do anything but walk, but non-violent droids, including protocol droids and astromech droids, will not be attacked by any enemies. Playing as a Clone character keeps you from being killed by other Clones in Defense of Kashyyyk, and playing as a battle droid (Any type) will keep you from being attacked by other battle droids.

Levels[]

The Battle of Coruscant level

The game features a total of eighteen chapters: six for The Phantom Menace and Revenge of the Sith, and five for Attack of the Clones. The game plays out in a fairly standard 3D platformer fashion, however each episode features a vehicle-based level, which runs to a predefined route and play like an on-rails shooter or a racing game. In the case of Episodes I and III, this takes the form of a third-person behind-the-vehicle viewpoint in "Mos Espa Podrace" and "Battle over Coruscant," whereas in Attack of the Clones for "Gunship Cavalry" the level is played out in an isometric view at first but is switched to behind-the-vehicle during the final section.

Episode I: The Phantom Menace[]

Chapter 1: Negotiations[]

Chapter 2: Invasion of Naboo[]

Chapter 3: Escape from Naboo[]

Chapter 4: Mos Espa Podrace[]

Chapter 5: Retake Theed Palace[]

Chapter 6: Darth Maul[]

Episode II: Attack of the Clones[]

Chapter 1: Discovery on Kamino[]

Chapter 2: Droid Factory[]

Chapter 3: Jedi Battle[]

Chapter 4: Gunship Cavalry[]

Chapter 5: Count Dooku[]

Episode III: Revenge of the Sith[]

Chapter 1: Battle Over Coruscant[]

Chapter 2: Chancellor in Peril[]

Chapter 3: General Grievous[]

Chapter 4: Defense of Kashyyyk[]

Chapter 5: Ruin of the Jedi[]

Chapter 6: Darth Vader[]

Epilogue[]

A New Hope[]

Characters[]

There are a total of 59 characters for LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game across all platforms, 56 in the GameCube, PS2, Xbox, and PC versions, as well as Gungan, Tusken Raider, and STAP, which are only playable in the Game Boy Advance (GBA) version, though the Gungan and STAP are only available through cheat codes. Every character has an ability (with the exception of Chancellor Palpatine, the Gonk droid, and the PK droid); whenever you enter a level in Free Play mode, you get one character per ability, not including the two you choose. There are also some characters that appear in the cutscenes but are unplayable, such as Boss Nass, Mawhonic, Watto, and Lama Su. Boss Nass, Lama Su, and Watto were later made playable in The Complete Saga.

Unlockable (PS2, Xbox, GameCube, PC)[]

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode II)

Bought[]

Various Gungans

Playable characters (GBA)[]

Free Play mode character selection

The Game Boy Advance version of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game has several differences (mostly for the sake of portability), including fewer playable characters (15, plus 23 with cheats), devalued credits (silver pieces are worth 1, blue 5, and gold 10 credits), fewer levels (Attack of the Clones only has three) and only one player character on-screen at a time. The cutscenes are still downscaled renders of the home console versions.

  • Qui-Gon Jinn (250)
  • Jar Jar Binks (1,000)
  • Amidala (1,000)
  • R2-D2 (500)
  • Anakin Skywalker (500)
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (1,000)
  • Yoda (3,000)
  • Chewbacca (2,000)
  • Darth Maul (3,000)
  • Jango Fett (10,000)
  • Count Dooku (12,000)
  • Clone (5,000)
  • R4-P17 (500)
  • Darth Vader (15,000)
  • Tusken Raider (5,000)
  • C-3PO (Cheats)
  • Droideka (Cheats)
  • Battle Droid (Cheats)
  • Gungan (Cheats)
  • Geonosian (Cheats)
  • DUM-series pit droid (Cheats)
  • Grievous (Cheats)
  • STAP (Cheats)
  • Astromech droid (red and yellow) (Cheats)
  • Astromech droid (black and silver) (Cheats)
  • Repair Droid (Cheats)
  • Kit Fisto (Cheats)

Vehicles[]

LEGO Star Wars also has three vehicle levels. No characters can be unlocked to play as or purchase from these levels, and free play mode is not accessible either.

Development[]

At the time the game was published, John Williams had not yet released the soundtrack for Revenge of the Sith, and the official Revenge of the Sith game hadn't been released either. As a result, the music heard in all the chapters of Episode III are from other episodes; for instance, the Battle Over Coruscant Level uses music from the Battle of Yavin in A New Hope, and the Darth Vader Level uses music from the Battle of Endor I in Return of the Jedi. This was changed and the respective soundtracks for each scene were added in during gameplay when the levels were re-released as part of LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga in 2007.

Continuity[]

The Phantom Menace[]

Padmé's outfit was changed in the game.

  • Antidar Williams and Maoi Madakor were Royal Naboo Security Forces pilots.
  • In the game, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan are together on Naboo, but in the film, they are separated.
  • In the game, Amidala and Captain Panaka shoot droids in Theed before their return to Naboo, but in the movie, they don't.
  • The Queen and Panaka shooting out a window on the ledge of the palace happens in "Escape from Naboo" rather than "Retaking of Theed."
  • Also in the game, the Queen and the Jedi are separated, but in the film, they aren't.
  • C-3PO is seen fully built, though in the movie, he does not have outer plating.
  • Mawhonic crashes in lap 2 instead of lap 1 of the podrace.
  • In a cutscene right before the Battle of Naboo, Padmé appears in the same outfit she wore on Tatooine after previously appearing wearing the outfit she wore in the film during this battle.
  • In the movie, Obi-Wan gets separated from Qui-Gon during the fight with Darth Maul. However, in the game, Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon don't get separated at all, as the game is made so its entirety can be in 1 or 2 players. Also, they have to chase Darth Maul across the hangar, and he sets droids on them.
  • In the movie, Darth Maul removes his hood before battling Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon. In the game his hood stays on throughout the battle, just like the minifigure as of the time.

Attack of the Clones[]

  • In the game, R4-P17 has a full droid body and follows Obi-Wan on Kamino, in the film, she stays behind in the starfighter. This change was made to make the game more co-op friendly.
  • The Kamino security droids attack Obi-Wan.
  • Boba Fett actually flies the Slave I, rather than just firing the guns while it was still on the ground
  • In the game, Anakin and others successfully rescue Obi-Wan, only to be captured immediately afterwards.
  • The execution posts are on different sides of the arena while in the movie, they are right next to each other.
  • Poggle the Lesser is a normal Geonosian with Dooku and Jango Fett.
  • After the gunships arrive, Obi-Wan is seen holding a green lightsaber and Anakin is holding a blue lightsaber.
  • Anakin is flying the ship instead of a clone.
  • In the second part of the Count Dooku fight, the two playable characters are Yoda and Obi-Wan. In the film, Yoda fights alone. This was done to make the game more co-op friendly.
  • In the game Obi-Wan gets hurt but continues fighting, whereas in the film his injuries incapacitated him.

Revenge of the Sith[]

  • R4-P17 is not killed by Buzz-droids, as she was in the film.
  • Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter erroneously has R2-D2 instead of R4-P17.
  • In the film, R2-D2 is with Anakin and Obi-Wan when they crash into the Invisible Hand, but in the game, they have to find him after they arrive.
  • The scene in which Anakin and Obi-Wan escape from General Grievous and into the generator room (which was deleted from the movie) was included.
  • Anakin and Obi-wan enter the generator room through a door instead of the floor, and escape the generator room in two separate pipes instead of the same one. The generator room is not flooded.
  • In the film, after rescuing the Chancellor, they are captured and taken to meet Grievous, but in the game after defeating Dooku, they go to the bridge and meet him.
  • In the game, Obi-Wan isn't knocked out during the duel with Dooku.
  • In the movie, when Anakin uses cho mai on Count Dooku, both of Dooku's hands are severed. In the game, only Dooku's right hand is amputated.

Grievous as seen in game

  • In the game, Obi-Wan and Commander Cody fight Grievous together, but in the film, they don't. This was done to make the game co-op friendly.
  • Obi-Wan uses Cody's blaster to kill Grievous, but in the film, he uses the cyborg general's own blaster to kill him.
  • Cody is killed by Grievous
  • During the assault on Kashyyyk, most clones wear normal Phase II clone trooper armor instead of clone scout trooper armor.
  • The playable Clone Pilots (Episode III) wear helmets, just as the real-life minifigures produced at that time did. But in the film, they have exposed faces. This discrepancy was resolved in 2010 when they released a new, more movie-accurate helmet design.
  • After Order 66 is given, the clones join the Separatists and team up against the Jedi.
  • The disguised clones did not appear in the film, though they were in the game and in a deleted scene. In the game, they are still wearing their armor (minus the helmets) but are wearing Jedi cloaks over it. In the deleted scene, they are wearing full Jedi robes.
  • The Mustafar lava arm is apparently broken into three pieces, with one still attached to the mining facility, one sinking gradually, and one almost completely submerged.
  • Darth Vader's lightsaber changes from blue to red in the last cutscene during the duel on Mustafar. This may be a sign to players that Anakin is turned to the dark side, for red is the usual lightsaber color for Sith.
  • Anakin and Obi-Wan's duel on Mustafar is very different from the movie. Anakin tries to escape from Obi-Wan and Obi-Wan chases him. Then the two of them have to briefly team up to escape a lot of falling platforms and have to stop the control room from collapsing. Then the duel takes place on the big rock, whilst in the movie Anakin is injured trying to jump to it. The background music is The Battle of Endor I from Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi.

A New Hope[]

  • Darth Vader frees C-3PO from a cylinder.
  • C-3PO then assists Vader in his troubles with opening sealed doors.
  • Darth Vader finds R2-D2.

Legacy[]

A sequel, LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, covers the saga's original trilogy of A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. It was released on September 12, 2006.

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which combines the levels from LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Star Wars II, was released in 2007. The original prequel levels were updated to include powerbricks, vehicles in non-vehicle levels, and other aspects found in LEGO Star Wars II. Additionally, new playable characters, such as Watto and Boss Nass, were added, as was the deleted level involving the pursuit of Zam Wesell. Other levels which were changed for the new release (such as "Mos Espa Podrace") or cut from the first game (such as Anakin's assault on the Trade Federation battleship) were included as bonus content.

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars was released in 2010. It covers seasons 1 and 2 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released in 2016. While marketed as being part of the same series as the first three games which are non-canon within Star Wars Legends, the game is a non-canon adaptation of the film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, released in 2015.

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Cast

Crew

Traveler's Tales
  • Director—Jon Burton
  • Lead Programmer—John Hodskinson
  • Lead Artist—James Cunliffe
  • Lead Animator—Jeremy Pardon
  • Lead Engine Programmer—Alistair Crowe
  • Lead Tools Programmer—Roland Hougs
  • VP of Technology—Dave Dootson
Design
  • Jon Burton
  • James Cunliffe
  • John Hodskinson
  • James Kay
  • Glyn Scragg
Game Programming
  • Ralph Ferneyhough
  • John Hodskinson
  • Michael Jackson
  • Glyn Scragg
  • Chris Stanforth
Level Setup and Artwork
  • Neil Allen
  • Dave Burton
  • Bev Bush
  • Deborah Crook
  • James Cunliffe
  • Nicola Daly
  • Rhoda Daly
  • Alan Dooley
  • Paul McCormack
Level Layout
  • Neil Allen
  • James Cunliffe
Character Modeling
  • James Cunliffe
  • Jeremy Pardon
  • William Thompson
Character Animation

Jeremy Pardon

Cutscene Animation
  • Annika Barkhouse
  • Ross Norcross
  • Jeremy Pardon
Additional Cutscene Animation
Storyboard Art
  • William Thompson
Music and Sound Effects
Conversions Team
  • Argiris Baltzis
  • Alistair Crowe
  • Kevin Edwards
  • Andy Holdroyd
  • Roland Hougs
Engine Programming
Tools Programming
  • Alistair Crowe
  • Roland Hougs
Additional Programming
  • Matt Davies
Office Manager
  • Bev Beakin
Special Thanks To
  • Sam Burton
  • Ben Burton
  • Helen Burton
  • Dawn Burton
  • Fay Briscoe
  • Phil Bush
  • Chris Bush
  • Bexie Bush
  • Francesca Charlesworth
  • Samantha Crowe
  • Jacob Cunliffe
  • Sarah Cunliffe
  • Sarah Ellen Daly
  • Leah Donahue
  • Amanda Edwards
  • Charlotte Edwards
  • Heather Edwards
  • Becky Ferneyhough
  • Immy Ferneyhough
  • Thomas Ferneyhough
  • Allison Scragg
  • Jayne Stephen
  • Rachel Thompson
Giant
  • Managing Director—Tom Stone
  • Development Director—Jonathan Smith
  • Producer—Loz Doyle
  • Marketing Manager—Kristin Robinson
QA
  • Alistair Hutchinson
  • Anthony Pepper
  • Ashley Webster
  • James Hargreaves
  • Kevin Watt
  • Scott Mackintosh
Thanks To
  • Gahame Chilton
Skywalker Sound
  • Lead Sound Designer—Nick Peck
  • Sound Designer—Aren Downie
Foley Artists
  • Marnie Moore
  • Ellen Hauer
  • Foley Engineer—Frank Rinella
  • Foley Recordist—George Peterson
Special Thanks To
Eidos UK
  • Head of Development Operations—Flavia Timiani
  • Senior Producer—Greg Hounsom
  • International Brand Manager—Steven Greaves
  • Assistant Brand Manager—Alex Price
  • Head of Communications—Steve Starvis
  • PR Manager—Mark Allen
  • PR Assistant—Roxana Doneshmand
Creative
  • Andy Cockell
  • Gus Aliyu
  • Jodie Brock
  • Phillippa Pratley
  • Group Localisation Manager—Caroline Simon
  • Localisation Coordinator—Monica Dalla Valle
  • QA Director—Chris Rowley
  • Head of Mastering and Compatibility—Jason Walker
Mastering and Compatibility
  • Scott Sutherland
  • Ray Mullen
  • Mark Webb
Very Special Thanks
  • Derren Toussaint
  • Allison Archer
  • Nuruzzaman Ali
  • Paul Harrison
  • Edward Crone
  • Steve Manners
  • Alex Cox
  • Darran Hope
  • Adam Humphrey
  • Mark Parker
Eidos US
  • Director of Development Operations—Jon Kromery
  • Associate Manager of Development Operations—Colby McCracken
  • Project Manager—Tom Marx
  • Associate Project Manager—Clayton Palma
  • VP Marketing Communications—Paul Baldwin
  • VP Brand Management—Chip Blundell
  • Global Brand Manager—Jefferson Dong
  • Associate Brand Manager—Maly Ly
  • Director of Public Relations—Michelle Seebach Curran
  • Public Relations Coordinator—Loretta Stevens
  • Director of Channel Marketing—Kim Pendleton
Channel Marketing Specialists
  • Ilana Budanitsky
  • Janty Sumimoto
Thanks To
  • Greg Wu
  • James Song
  • Jordan Romaidis
  • Mike Kelly
  • Kari Hattner
LucasArts
Special Thanks To
  • Seth Steinberg
  • Mary Bihr
  • Peter Hirschmann
  • Matt Shell
  • Sam Saliba
  • Jim Ward
LucasFilm Licensing
The LEGO Company
  • Commercial Marketing Manager—Pierre Dadd
  • Senior Producer—Dan Llewellyn
  • Executive Producer—Gary Moore
  • SVP, LEGO Interactive Experiences—Lisbeth Valther Pallesen
Very Special Thanks

George Lucas

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  1. LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game adapts the Prequel trilogy, which The New Essential Chronology places through 32 BBY19 BBY.
  2. The LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game bonus level adapts Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, which The New Essential Chronology places in 0 BBY.

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