This podcast features an interview with an 8 year old gamer, Alexander, who has spent many hours the past couple of weeks playing the demo of the upcoming game “Lego Star Wars II.” In the interview, Alexander discusses his abilities as a digital native to learn new computer interfaces quickly, the skills and abilities reinforced through gaming environments, and shares specific details about the differences and benefits of Lego Star Wars II compared to the first iteration of this extremely exciting game.

Program Length: 22 min, 31 sec
File size: 5.4 MB

Podcast 08 August 2006(Click here to listen to this podcast) Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Lego Star Wars II Demo (free download from AOL – WinXP required)
  2. LucasArts website for Lego Star Wars II
  3. LucasArts main website
  4. LEGO Star Wars II: Episode IV Revisited (8 August 2006 prediction article)

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