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Within the Lego Star Wars universe, they offer cheat codes to unlock certain things. These cheat codes are found with a simple internet search, but here they are:
These codes can be entered in the main menu, so if you are looking for an easier way around, use these to your advantage. There are also cheats that you can unlock throughout the game that will make your life a lot easier, here are ones that you can unlock in the game:
If you were to play on the frozen world Hoth near the Southern Tip of the map, look near the edge of a cliff and you will find a literal Easter Egg sitting on the edge of the cliff. It is interactable, so if you were to shoot it, it would move about.
When you play the mission “You reap what you solo” if you were to explore the map a bit, you might just come across a shipping container that requires you to put in a specific code to unlock. If you put in the correct code, it will open, revealing The Ark of the Covenant from the popular movies Indiana Jones. This could be counted as a nod toward the actor, Harrison Ford, who plays Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones, as well as Han Solo in the Star Wars Franchise.
In Episode Four, you will get to a place where an airlock is broken open, if you were to put a fire out just before that and pay attention when Princess Leia is hanging on for dear life, you might just notice that there is a hat that flies past, if you look closely, you will notice that the hat looks very much like the hat that belongs to Indiana Jones. In the Force Awakens, you will come across a Stormtrooper that swings a stun boton around in a very stylish manner, followed by Han Solo raising his blaster at him. This is a reference to Raiders of the Lost Ark where Indiana does something very similar.
Qui - Gon Jinn will sometimes say “I have a particular set of skills that will come in handy here” when you approach a force puzzle to solve. This is a reference to the actor who plays him, Liam Neeson, who also plays the main character in Taken, who says the same thing.
In the Lego Star Wars Saga, there is a scene where Queen Amidala shows herself and says “ I am Queen Amidala” which prompts many other characters to stand up and say “No, I am Queen Amidala” to protect her identity, this is a reference to the old movie Sparticus, which the same situation happens.
If you were to play A new Hope, keep your eyes peeled on the ceiling for an opening that you can use a grappling hook to jump up to, when you jump up to this area, turn around. What you will discover is a copy of the original game, Lego Star Wars II.
On Naboo, you can also find the prequel trilogy cover, hiding in a box on the shore of a lake.
During your escape in the Millennium Falcon, Han Solo will say the line: “ We need to get out of here in one piece, not 7000 little ones”. This is a reference to the fact that the real-life lego version of the Millennium Falcon has over 7000 pieces to it.
Playing through Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, there are many references to the old Lego Star Wars games, one of the most popular is that of the off-duty Stormtroopers. If you look around during a certain mission, you will find a hot tub full of Stormtroopers, this is a direct reference to the old Lego games, in which you would be able to find the same scene. If you were to get a bit closer, you might hear a very familiar line. One of the Stormtroopers will say “this is not the pod you are looking for”. This is a quote from episode 4 where Ben Kenobi uses his Jedi mind tricks on a Stormtrooper saying “These are not the droids you are looking for.”
Throughout the game, mostly with the titles of Enemies, you will notice that there is a strange language on display. This language is real, named the Aurebesh Language, and the texts that you see are very much translatable. Here are a few good ones that you might have missed:
Throughout the Lego world, the main source of money is studs. Getting these studs is decently easy, just destroy things. Within each level, there is a countless object which you can destroy, breaking these items will drop studs on the ground which you can pick up. If you want to make sure that you have tons of money, take the time during levels to break as many objects as you can. Beware though, there are very many breakable objects within each level, so taking the time to break each of these items will take a lot longer than you think.
When you die, your character breaks apart and you drop some of the studs that you are carrying. Make sure that you collect all the studs that you have dropped before they blink out of existence. Making sure you pick them all up will help you keep as many studs as possible by the end of the mission, and if you die too much, you could end up losing all the studs that you have collected so far in that level.
The combat that is offered is limited to a few moves, mainly the normal attack, strong attack and jump attack. Using a combination of moves will award you a combo bonus, which will lead to more studs in your pocket. Keep an eye on the bar on the right-hand side of your screen, keep mixing up those combat moves, and score higher combos to earn more studs. If you see “Blocked” appear on your screen, it means that your enemy is countering your current move, so if you ever see that, mix up your combo so that you strike your enemies and keep them on their toes.
Throughout the game, you might come across paths where you can choose between different paths, and take a look up ahead as far as possible. If one of the paths looks like it will be a dead-end, it is highly likely that there will be a reward or a mission challenge that the other way will not offer, so it could be worth it to give that path a try. When there is a choice of objects to build, most of the time you can build it, then destroy it to choose a different build, so keep in mind that a lot of the time, your choice is not set in stone. Things are all made of Lego after all.
One of the main focuses that need to keep your attention is the upgrades. As soon as you can purchase upgrades with studs and Kyber bricks, take a look and upgrade what suits you best. Focus on getting the first row of upgrades early instead of making your way down the tree too fast. The main focus that you should be aiming for is maxing out your “Attract Studs” and “Collectable Detector”. Once you have those two maxed, take a look at the classes that offer different perks to picking that class, so choose what will best suit your playstyle.
Within the Lego Star Wars universe, all the different characters have different abilities, such as protocol droids interpreting alien languages and Jedi or Sith being able to use the force to move objects. If you ever get stuck in an area, make sure to do a headcount of those characters available to you, you might have overlooked a character that has a special ability that can help you out. Make sure to get to know what special abilities the characters have so that you can utilize them to the best of your ability.
You can talk to many different Non-Player Characters throughout the game, talking to them can be to your benefit. The NPCs will tell you things such as the location of Kyber Bricks and other collectibles throughout the level. For some of the NPCs you will need a translator as they only speak alien languages, so as long as you have a protocol droid with you, you should be fine.
As you complete levels, you will earn the ability to replay the level in Free Play. Free play will give you access to more characters than the story mission did. Which will allow you into areas that were inaccessible in the story mode. For example, you could get a Jedi or Sith Character in the free play when there was no force user in the story mode. So going back and playing the missions in free play will enable you to get the rewards that are locked behind certain obstacles during the story mode. Make sure to cycle through all the characters that the free play gives you access to.
Every character in Lego Star Wars has an area of effect attack that will damage enemies and objects in an area, using this in combat is one of the best things to do. That is not the only good thing that this move can be used for, if there are some breakable objects in an area that are closely placed together, the area of effect move will damage them all if you use it around them. Using this move to farm studs is the fastest and most efficient way.