First up, picture yourself in a galaxy far, far away. Then pair it up with the toy of choice from those halycon days of your youth and you've got yourself a heady rose-tinted cocktail that'll reduce even the most ardent cynic to a gibbering nostalgic wreck.
XboxWorld 360 actually gave Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy something of a shoeing back in issue 43, complaining that for £50 it simply didn't strut enough next gen funky stuff for their liking.
The good news is that in return for your hard-earned wad of notes you're now getting a made-over Lego Star Wars (making its belated bow on 360) complete with all of the Original Trilogy's improvements - like melée attacks and being able to dodge blaster fire. There's even an entire new speeder chase mission starring delectable shapeshifting villain Zam Wesell.