Someone is strong with the force as a fan recreates the iconic lightsaber that Obi Wan used. - Get2Gaming

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A massive fan of the Star Wars films has done the impossible as they managed to recreate the lightsaber that obi wan used when fighting Darth Vader for the last time in episode IV: A New HopeOne fan in particular was fascinated by Elca’s creation and gave her remarkably high praise for the design all thanks to dreams. For those of you who don’t know what Dreams is, it’s a game created by Media Molecule which allows players to create their own game or visual media. It also allows other players to download it and interact with it themselves. However Elca’s model is not for gameplay but just for show.

Nintendo however have issued complaints to players making Dreams Mario projects saying that not everything is possible in the game. However it would be nice for fans like Elca and other Star Wars fans across the galaxy to continue to create one of a kind and fun content without Disney knocking at the door. But who knows what the future might hold for the fans.

Dreams is available on the PS4 and the PS5.

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