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(From Guardian Unlimited)
The novelty may have worn off for more hardcore gamers, but the Lego titles are still going strong. Kids love the relatively simple yet well-designed action; adults adore the nostalgia and humour.
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean is on its way, but for now the focus is back on the franchise that started the Lego games off -- Star Wars. For LSWIII the action has moved from the flms to the Clone Wars animated TV series. I recently spoke with the game's producer, Nicolas Ricks from Traveller's Tales.Why the Clone Wars? The story of Star Wars continues to be told with the Clone Wars TV show. There are still new stories, characters and new locations which lend themselves really well to creating an exciting and compelling Lego game experience.What are the main new features? The Clone Wars is …