It seems LEGO is becoming the new Rule 34; if it exists, there’s a LEGO version of it. The latest and possibly greatest thing to be given the plastic block treatment is Skyrim, I’m not sure how they put them together as they’re non-standard kits, but made up by the person or artist out of whatever LEGO they happen to have at hand.
It’s a known fact you can make anything out of LEGO if you have enough bricks, so it’s no surprise that the Angry Birds have been given the brick treatment by a certain Tony Sava.
I’ve been playing so much Fallout 3 recently that I just had to post this when I saw it… See more in Bechemen’s Fallout 3 set on Flickr.
It’s almost 2 years old, but pretty darn awesome…
The LEGO Group has probably realised that there aren’t as many people playing LEGO Universe as there should be, leading to revenue possibly not being as fruitful as it should be, so they do the obvious thing and make it free to play. “The LEGO Group remains committed to success in the digital space and to LEGO Universe,” said Jesper Vilstrup, Vice President, the LEGO Group. “We see LEGO Universe as a key element for our digital play division, and are adjusting the business model to make the game more accessible to players, without the immediate obligation to purchase or subscribe.”
WBIE or Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to their friends, along with TT Games have announced a new upcoming DS title for all LEGO enthusiasts, LEGO Ninjago: The Videogame which sounds more like a puzzle than a game. “LEGO Ninjago: The Videogame offers players a humorous way to immerse themselves further in the LEGO Ninjago toy line with action packed battles,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games Publishing. “It is great to build upon the success of the first LEGO Battles game and expand the LEGO Ninjago world with new and classic LEGO characters.”
A trailer that lasts for just over 5 minutes was released where the team behind LEGO Universe talk about buildings and behaviour.