LEGO Star Wars Video Game Unreleased Trailer

Founder of Travellers Tales, Jon Burton, has been delving into his gaming archive over the past few days, which has lead to a few interesting video gaming gems being uncovered. One of which is an unreleased trailer for the game which kick started the long running LEGO Games line. LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game would be Traveller’s Tales very first LEGO outing and would also become the keystone of future titles as well as shaping the entire future of what would later become TT Games. As you can see from the trailer below, it uses audio from Episode I: The Phantom Menace, a practice TT Games would employ for a number of their more recent LEGO outings. LEGO Star Wars The Video Game still remains one of TT Games best selling titles. Released back in 2005, it retold the events of the prequel trilogy with the help of LEGO Minifigures. A few years later it would reappear as form part of the third LEGO Star Wars game The Complete Saga, which brought together the entire Star Wars saga as it stood then, in a single game. The footage below may seem a little crude compared to today’s offerings but if it wasn’t for LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, we wouldn’t have LEGO Dimensions, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 or The LEGO NINJAGO Movie games and content to look forward to.

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