LEGO Star Wars is dubbed ‘Lego Might Cry’ as Players Continue to Discover Brutal New Combinations

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is out now, video games are video games, and the first thing that comes to mind is that you can take advantage of the fact that LEGO kids can’t kill.Of course, it’s not that anything dies in Lego, they’re just assembled into component blocks, but the fact that kids don’t even do that means players can use aerial combos to skip parts of the map (opens in new tab)a called “Children’s flight.” (opens in new tab)

Lego Star Wars introduces a new combat system to the series that takes a lot of cues from classic action games, especially Devil May Cry’s aerial combos. That said, you can stay in the air with repeated hits – if you can figure out a specific order of hits, you might create a loop that can both keep you aloft and destroy anything.