A creative LEGO builder has recreated the Attack of the Clones episode selection diorama from LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga in real life.
A creative LEGO builder has recreated the Attack of the Clones episode selection diorama from LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga in real life. The game has quickly garnered rave reviews in the wake of its long-awaited release, which followed a series of delays in development.
With all of the hype surrounding the release of The Skywalker Saga, it is no surprise to see fans getting in on the action and showing off their appreciation for the game. LEGO is in and of itself a popular medium for creative endeavors, with it being possible to assemble the simple bricks into some truly awe-inspiring creations. As such, it should come as no surprise that gamers with a creative streak will sometimes recreate popular scenes and characters from their favorite video games using LEGO. These projects can take the form of dioramas, statues, or even more detailed projects, such as one FNAF fan’s articulated model of Springtrap.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga presents players with the opportunity to play through all LEGO versions of nine Star Wars films, each of which can be accessed by an animated diorama. For example, the selection option for Attack of the Clones features the scene on Kamino where Obi-Wan Kenobi faces off against Jango Fett, with their minifigure selves battling in a rainstorm around Jango’s ship. Now, Daily Star Wars Games on Twitter has presented a real-life version of the scene, which has been credited to Twitter user and YouTuber hachiroku24. The finished piece is extremely impressive; thanks to The Skywalker Saga‘s models being mostly made up of real-life LEGO blocks, hachiroku24 was able to use the same pieces in their work. As a result, their LEGO build looks like it could be an official set.
The building of Jango (and later Boba) Fett’s ship, Slave I, is not included in hachiroku24’s video, but the user explains in the comments that this is because the model used is actually identical to that of an old LEGO set. To be more precise, the design previously appeared as part of 2018’s ‘Betrayal at Cloud City’ set. The final diorama has only a few differences to the game, such as the necessary use of transparent supports which allow Jango to ‘fly’. The end result is a dynamic scene that looks like it has come right out of a Star Wars movie.
Despite only being available for a few days now, The Skywalker Saga is already making a huge splash. Audience responses are very positive, as this early showing of fan work indicates. As the next few weeks progress, more LEGO builds like this will likely crop up as fans remake their favorite game scenes in reality. It is a creative cycle that has been seen time and time again, something that is fuelled by the boundless creativity which lies at the heart of LEGO‘s philosophy. And when taking into account The Skywalker Saga‘s huge galaxy of visitable planets, it seems that there will be no shortage of inspiration.
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