Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens shows us another side of one of the movie’s pivotal moments in the new Siege of Takodana DLC. Join Kylo Ren and his Stormtrooper pals as they blow up a perfectly good sci-fi theme restaurant.
Crash-landing on Jakku after escaping The Finalizer, rebellious Stormtrooper FN-2187 fears his newfound Resistance friend dead. But Poe Dameron survived to fight another day, and the latest Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens DLC explains how. It’s pretty dumb.
The first wave of toys based on Star Wars side story Rogue One arrive on store shelves on Friday, September 30. Lego’s bringing three buildable figures and five new sets to the party. Let’s look at them!
The first two rounds of downloadable content for Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens drop today, along with some apples from the slippery hands of that lovable scamp, Jar Jar Binks. About time we got some prequel action up in here, am I right?
Oh come on, Lego Star Wars. She might be a general now, but she’ll always be a princess.
After two Lego Star Wars games covering a movie trilogy each, can Star Wars: The Force Awakens carry an entire Lego game by itself? Not without a lot of help.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ version of Kylo Ren can be a bit intimidating, but deep down inside he’s just a fan like everybody else. The game comes out next week. He’ll be in his room sulking until then.
In case you were wondering if the ship battles, cover-based shooting and multi-builds were enough to get you to buy another movie-based LEGO game, the free LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens demo has all of those things.
Episode VII left fans with many unanswered questions. How did Lor San Tekka get part of Luke’s map? What were Han and Chewie doing alone on a ship full of deadly Rathtar? The answers to these and other burning questions arrive next month in LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
A sneaky carbonite manuever from the upcoming Carbon-Freezing Chamber LEGO set. Recorded at Toy Fair 2016.
Xbox’s website has inadvertently announced the next big LEGO game, surprising nobody in this or any other galaxy, regardless of distance, with news that it’s LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
As soon as the excitement over yesterday's teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens died down, LEGO animator Snooperking went to work, recreating the entire thing brick-by-brick.
This enormous cylinder made of LEGO may look like a Katamari wad that rolled through Hoth, Naboo and the Death Star, but it's actually a drum driving a synthesizer, player-piano style, that plays the main Star Wars theme.
Which sounds a lot like a "movie". Just that it's headed straight to TV.
There's a game for every kind of man. So why not show dad some love this Father's Day with a new one? Whether you're a video game know-it-all or can't stand them, dad might enjoy something new to play. Use our handy guide to figure out what game to give him after the barbecue this weekend.
Marshal Banana is just the right name for the person responsible for this enormous custom LEGO Sandcrawler, because this shit is b-a-n-a-n-a-s.
You know how the cutscenes in the LEGO Star Wars games are funnier and more charming than the actual movies they're based on (especially the prequels)? Here's one long LEGO Star Wars cutscene, re-telling the story of episodes IV-VI.
The Lego Universe MMO is shaping up nicely, with what the developers told us would be "really core LEGO play" - building stuff, in other words. In an interview with Massively, though, NetDevil's Mark Hansen did not entirely dismiss the suggestion that some of the licensed properties from the Traveller's Tales games…