The biggest blockbuster releases are usually accompanied by video game tie-ins, yet fans are still waiting for a title based entirely around The Force Awakens. Well, in June, TT Games will remedy this with the release of a new LEGO adventure across multiple platforms. It seems strange that this wasnt finished in time to coincide with the films opening, especially when audiences have been positively bombarded with irresistible merchandise across almost every other product imaginable. LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens will convert Rey, Finn, Poe, BB-8, and the other stars of the story into the adorable block-formed style we all know so well. LEGO games based on such licences as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Batman have all been huge successes, selling millions of copies to adults and children alike. Accessibility for the whole family is a major part of these games' attraction, especially in franchises with such cross-generational appeal. LEGO tie-ins recreate favourite moments from well-known movies as well as fleshing others out, and anyone who played Star Wars: The Complete Saga knows the bar in brick-centric adaptations has been set high. With LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans will get to play through original scenes created especially for the game, but how will it treat the films iconic scenes, and which have to be included?