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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Windows, PlayStation 3)

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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Developer: TT Games
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive
Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 3
Released in US: June 28, 2016
Released in EU: June 28, 2016


CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


The Force Awakens is the fourth installment in the LEGO Star Wars series, featuring content based on Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as well as original bridge content.


Removed Characters

Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Radar-Technician.png

Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Front.png Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Side.png Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Back.png

Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Faces.png


The game contains graphical assets, strings, and code for a removed "Matt the Radar Technician" character, a guy who is totally not Kylo Ren. The character was based on a Saturday Night Live sketch, and was removed late in development for legal reasons.


(Source: Steve Thornton)

Unused Graphics

Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-ParticleFX.png

A temporary effect image within one of the main particle graphics.


Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Temp-Texture.png

A placeholder HUD texture intended for a flight section of the game.


Hmmm...
To do:
Final titlescreen, verify files in Windows release.
Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Placeholder-Logo.png Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Placeholder-Title-BG.png

A placeholder titlescreen logo and background image. The final game uses a 3D animated area as the background, and features white text for "The Force Awakens".


Mockup Final
Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Placeholder-Title-Mockup.png
(Source: Original TCRF research)

Developer Text

Including INVALID STRING ID. Search wiki for 9683.

When attempting to configure a controller, the first version of the game featured leftover development text referencing the internal Traveller's Tales wiki.


GAME.DAT\STUFF\TEXT\HINTS.TXT

// Douglas doesn't use hints.txt for in-game hints, so this
// file just lists hints for the loading screen
// HINT STONE HINTS //
// Thesse are tags referenced in Z:\Project_Douglas\Project_Douglas_Data\Abilities\UI //
// This is becasue they use the nre FlashHints code and it was the safest solution //

"Douglas" is the internal project name for The Force Awakens.


GAME.DAT\STUFF\TEXT\TEXT.CSV

TEST ''
This is a test string insert player name here: %s followed by test string: G:ÀÆËÐß×Øãçêîðñ÷þÿ!#$%_*-.<?(+{|~0~~})
G:ÀÆËÐß×Øãçêîðñ÷þÿ!#$%_*-.<?(+{|~0~~})
Test1
Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl Text Crawl
(Source: Original TCRF research)