Welcome to darkBricks, home to unofficial guides for the LEGO videogames from TT Games.
For the second year running during Gamescom's Opening Night Live presentation a new trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was shown.
It gave us a brand new look at the game and gave us a new release window of Spring 2022. It's still vague and still a long way off but it's something.
It turns out that the complete radio silence on the upcoming LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was not a good thing after all as today the official TTGames twitter account has announced a further delay to the game's release.
As you can read in the image above, they tweeted that the game has fallen out of the "Spring 2021" window and did not provide another estimate.
During Gamescom's Opening Night Live presentation yesterday a new trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was shown.
Along with glimpses of moments from each of the nine films they announced that the game's release date was now sometime in Spring 2021 instead of the late 2020 that had previously been mentioned.
That's two more LEGO games complete, there are now full walkthroughs for both LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy and The LEGO Ninjago Movie: The Video Game.
I'll probably alternate between the old games and a newer game every so often, Ninjago seemed like a good candidate seeing as it was recently free for a short time. But with that out of the way I'm diving back to the past and yesterday began on a guide for LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, so expect to see daily updates for that game for the next couple of weeks.
Yesterday I posted the final level of the walkthrough to LEGO Star Wars The Video Game and so today I begin work on LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy beginning, of course, with Episode IV: A New Hope's Chapter 1: Secret Plans.
That's not to say that that's all the content from LEGO Star Wars The Video Game, I will still be adding some extra supplemental pages to the games's guide in the coming days. Those will include quick references to each available character, quick summaries of each level, quick guides to the Minikit Canister locations, with today's one including all of the cheats.
Today also marks the beginning of my guide to Episode III: Revenge of the Sith from LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game.
Keeping up with the intended plan of one level a day I have completed the walkthrough for Episode I of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and have now begun on Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
And in LEGO game news, there has been a potential release date mentioned for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, in an official Star Wars recap video it was accidentally said to be due out on the 20th of October, the video was quickly pulled down and reuploaded without the mention of a date. Whether that's because it was the wrong information or they just didn't intend to reveal it yet is not clear.
Today I am finally launching my brand new website that will be dedicated to hosting my walkthroughs to the official LEGO Video Games.
Previous video game guide websites of mine include darkSpyro, a site covering both the Spyro the Dragon and its spinoff Skylanders series, and Infinity Guru which covered the Disney Infinity series of games. I have been a contributor to GameFAQs since 2002, writing guides for a wide array of different types of video game, ranging from large open world games like Grand Theft Auto: Vice City to smaller adventure games like Tales of Monkey Island, and am now turning my attention to the enormous collection of LEGO games for my next project.
To begin with I'll be covering only the Traveller's Tales LEGO games that they have been releasing since 2005, but if I ever manage to catch up with all of those I do fully intend to go even further back and cover some of the earlier games from other developers too.
I will also try to provide some basic news about upcoming LEGO games, such as LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (as seen in the box art above which was revealed today) that is due out later this year, but for the time being I do not expect that will be much more than regurgitating press releases.
At the moment the site is very bare-bones but my intention is to update as often as I can. To kick things off we go back to very beginning of the LEGO Star Wars saga, the first episode of the first game, a walkthrough to Episode I: The Phantom Menace as seen in 2005's original LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game....