Leia has been captured by the Empire, but the Death Star plans and those famous droids have escaped, thanks entirely to the energy-saving gunman not willing to shoot down an escape-pod with no life signs.
Following a brief argument in the desert and capture by sand-people, the droids end up in the hands of young Luke Skywalker, but determined to complete the mission R2-D2 is once again off in search of Kenobi (well in the movie, at least).
In search of his newly paid for escaped droids, Luke encounters Obi-Wan and the two set out across the Jundland Wastes to Kenobi’s hermit hut for a chat about the Jedi.
Part 20: Episode Four: A New Hope – Through the Jundland Wastes
After the success of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, TT Games decided to release a game which compiled the two into one, 36-level epic combining all six of the Star Wars movies at the time. Some cynics may call this a money-making scheme to cash in on work they’d already done, but to me, this is the definitive edition of what are still, nearly a decade and a half on, two of the best LEGO games ever made.
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