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Welcome to Rebel Princess, A Carrie Fisher Tribute Fansite. I've been a fan of Carrie for 40 years as an actress, an author, and as a mental health advocate. My heart broke when she died last year. She was bigger than life, so witty and smart, so outspoken and powerful, a spirit burning brighter that the stars. A true hero to us all.

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Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Developed by: TT Fusion
Published by: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Produced by:
Production year: 2015-2016
Original release: June/July 2016
Announced: February 2016
Mode: Single-player, multiplayer
Misc: Wikipedia | LEGO

The gameplay of Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is similar to previous Lego video games. New systems were introduced including Multi-Builds which grant players access to various building options. These options can be destroyed and rebuilt in certain brick-building sections of the game, allowing for new path to be opened within the game’s world. Players can also hide behind cover and engage in “Blaster Battles” with enemies throughout the game. The game features over 200 playable characters, including Rey, Finn, Captain Phasma, Poe Dameron, Han Solo, Kylo Ren and droids, such as C-3PO and BB-8, as well as ships, both regular-sized (which can only be used in certain misisons), and miniaturized. Players may freely explore Jakku, Takodana, D’Qar, and Starkiller Base, which all act as mini-open worlds. In addition to adapting the film, the game also bridged the gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, with Lucasfilm allowing for creative freedom in the additional content that will explore the characters’ backstories