Lego Star Wars II: La Trilogia Original (The Original Trilogy)


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No te pierdas la famosa saga de Star Wars en piezas de Lego con sus famosos personajes de la trilogía cinematográfica de Lucas: La Guerra de las Galaxias, El Imperio Contraataca y El Retorno del Jedi.

Description

Lego Star Wars II's gameplay is from a third-person perspective, and takes place in a 3D game world that contains objects, environments and characters designed to resemble Lego pieces. Its gameplay—a combination of the action-adventure, platform, and sometimes puzzle genres—shares elements with that of Lego Star Wars: The Video Game (2005). While Lego Star Wars followed the events of The Phantom Menace (1999), Attack of the Clones (2002), and Revenge of the Sith (2005), Lego Star Wars II is based on Star Wars (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983). The game comically retells the trilogy's events using cutscenes without dialogue. The player assumes the roles of the films' characters, each of whom possess specific weapons and abilities. At any time, a second player can join the game, by activating a second controller. During gameplay, players can collect Lego studs – small, disk-shaped objects, that serve as the game's currency. The player has a health meter, which is displayed on the game's heads-up display. The player's health is represented by four hearts; when these hearts are depleted the player dies and a small amount of their studs bounce away. However, they instantly respawn and can often re-collect the lost studs.

The game's central location is the Mos Eisley Cantina, a spaceport bar on the planet Tatooine. At the counter, the player may use their Lego studs to purchase characters, vehicles, gameplay hints and extras, or activate cheat codes. In a small area outside the cantina, players may view collected vehicles. The game is broken into levels, which are accessed from the cantina; each film is represented by six levels, representing key locations and scenes in that film. The locations include Hoth, Bespin, Dagobah, Tatooine, the Death Star, and Endor. The game also features bonus levels. During levels, the player defeats enemies, builds objects out of Lego bricks and drives vehicles, Certain levels are played entirely while piloting vehicles, including a TIE fighter, a Snowspeeder, and the Millennium Falcon. Levels must first be played in Story Mode. This unlocks the next level as well as a Free Play mode for the recently completed level. Gameplay is identical in the two modes. However, Story Mode restricts playable characters to those followed in the film scenes the levels are based on, while Free Play offers all those unlocked. Levels can be replayed in either mode to collect studs and secret items.

Three types of secret items are available: gold bricks, minikits, and power bricks. Within each level is hidden one power brick. When a power brick is collected, its corresponding extra, such as invincibility or stud multipliers, becomes available for purchase. Each level also contains ten hidden minikits, that is, ten pieces of a Star Wars vehicle. When all ten have been collected, the player is awarded a gold brick. Collecting a certain number of gold bricks unlocks free rewards, such as a spigot that spews out studs. Gold bricks are also awarded when levels are completed, and when a predefined number of studs is accumulated in a level; ninety-nine gold bricks are available. The vehicles represented by the minikits are displayed outside the cantina. As each vehicle is completed (all ten minikits collected), it becomes available for play in a bonus level.

Description

Lego Star Wars 2 : La Trilogie originale (The Original Trilogy en VO) est la suite de Lego Star Wars, le jeu vidéo, et se déroule toujours dans l'univers de Star Wars ; à la différence de son aîné, cette suite est consacrée à la deuxième trilogie. Il est sorti le 13 septembre 2006 sur PC, ainsi que sur GameCube, PS2, PSP, Xbox, Xbox 360, Game Boy Advance et Nintendo DS.

On peut jouer avec plus d'une quarantaine de personnages, de Anakin à Yoda, en passant par IG-88, et encore plus si on possède une sauvegarde de Lego Star Wars : le Jeu vidéo qui permet alors de jouer avec les personnages des épisodes I à III (Dark Maul, Qui-Gon Jinn, Anakin enfant…). Le jeu commence dans la cantina de Mos Eisley, endroit mal famé mais qui sert de base pour toutes les missions.

L'histoire se divise en trois épisodes, composés de 6 chapitres, et reprenant chacun la trame du film éponyme :

Tous les chapitres peuvent être joués en mode 2 joueurs et les 2 joueurs peuvent quitter et intégrer la partie comme bon leur semble. Certains niveaux sont en vaisseaux. Dans tous les niveaux, on trouve des cylindres Lego appelés minikits qui permettent de construire des véhicules pouvant s'admirer à l'extérieur de la Cantina. On trouve aussi des briques rouges qui débloquent des extras. L'histoire est cependant légèrement modifiée.

Il est également possible de débloquer en plus des boss des épisodes I, II et III des mondes complets retraçant l'intégralité de ces épisodes et de revivre des moments clés tels que la course de vaisseau avec Anakin enfant et le combat contre les monstres géants du deuxième épisode. Pour cela il suffit de trouver le passage à l'extérieur de la base du désert. Ce bonus n'est pas présent sur la version PC.

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