What's the Difference between Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back the Movie and Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy the Video Game?

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Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

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Released: 1980
Director: Irvin Kershner

Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

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Released: 2006
Developer: Traveller's Tales
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In the Movie In the Video Game
Luke Skywalker
Portrayed by: Mark Hamill
Luke Skywalker
Han Solo
Portrayed by: Harrison Ford
Han Solo
Leia Organa
Portrayed by: Carrie Fisher
Princess Leia
Lando Calrissian
Portrayed by: Billy Dee Williams
Lando Calrissian
C-3PO
Portrayed by: Anthony Daniels
C-3PO
Darth Vader
Portrayed by: David Prowse/James Earl Jones/Bob Anderson/C. Andrew Nelson
Darth Vader
Chewbacca
Portrayed by: Peter Mayhew
Chewbacca
R2-D2
Portrayed by: Kenny Baker
R2-D2
Yoda
Portrayed by: Frank Oz
Yoda
Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi
Portrayed by: Alec Guinness
Ben Kenobi
Boba Fett
Portrayed by: Jeremy Bulloch/John Morton/Jason Wingreen
Boba Fett
Lobot
Portrayed by: John Hollis
Lobot
Wampa
Portrayed by: Des Weeb
Wampa
Adm. Kendal Ozzel
Portrayed by: Michael Sheard
This Character does not appear.
Gen. Maximillian Veers
Portrayed by: Julian Glover
Imperial Hoth Officer
Emperor Palpatine
Portrayed by: Marjorie Eaton/Ian McDiramid
The Emperor
Bossk
Portrayed by: Alan Harris
Bossk
IG-88
Portrayed by: Bill Hargreaves/Steve Short
IG-88
4-LOM
Portrayed by: Chris Parsons
4-LOM
Dengar
Portrayed by: Morris Bush
Dengar
Gen. Carlist Rieekan
Portrayed by: Bruce Boa
Rebel Hoth Trooper
Dak
Portrayed by: John Morton
Hoth X-Wing Pilot
Zuckuss
Portrayed by: Cathy Munro
This Character does not appear.
Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy Movie vs Video Game
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In the Movie In the Video Game
   Han and Leia share a kiss while privately working on the Falcon maintenance, which is interrupted by C-3PO. It's when the power goes out briefly, and Leia responds by slapping him.
   Vader hires a slew of bounty hunters to track the Millennium Falcon. This scene is omitted.
   Han, Leia and company spend a long time down in the Exogorth's mouth before realizing that they've done so. They also have an encounter with Mynocks. The Mynocks don't make an appearance and they only fly into the mouth for a few seconds to escape the Imperial fire.
   It cuts back and forth between Luke and Han/Leia's stories in a more non-linear way. Both stories get entire cutscenes/levels dedicated to themselves without going back and forth, such as Luke facing off with Vader in Cloud City before Han, Leia and company even got there.
   Yoda finds Luke in the Dagobah forest eating his dinner and doesn't introduce himself as Yoda before going back to his hut. Luke finds Yoda walking out of his hut and he proves his identity as a Jedi master by lifting a rock in front of Luke.
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