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  1. I was surfing the Youtubes and found this really dude that likes to build Star Wars sets out of Lego. Here is a cool Lego trailer of the new Star Wars movie and when your done check out the channel for some really cool Star wars lego builds.
  2. Okay, this is seriously cool/impressive. Someone actually built the first level of Super Mario 64 with LEGOs. It isn't to scale, but it's an impressive effort nonetheless. I'd love to see someone recreate Whomp's Fortress or Jolly Roger's Bay as well. Just imagine how cool the latter would be if it were a combination of LEGO and an actual fishtank with water in it! Source: Twitter
  3. TT Games has a recognizable formula with their ever-popular LEGO titles, but their distinctive formula continues to evolve with each new license and generation of console. The traditional cooperative gameplay still provides one of the best co-op experiences to date and goes so far as to transcend generational divides. The path that lies ahead for licensed LEGO games can only be determined by taking into consideration past adventures. Changes in the radial menu, dynamic split-screen game play and expansion to a world beyond a stale hub are just a few examples of how TT Games is constantly searching out areas of improvement for their craft. One of the most prolific changes has been the evolution in the way the stories unfold. Familiar Surroundings Made Better The standard hubs found in LEGO Indiana Jones and LEGO Star Wars appear as little more than a relic when placed side-by-side with the overworld experiences found in LEGO The Lord of the Rings and LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes. This alteration truly broadened the potential for all future LEGO games by expanding the experience beyond the confines of a story mission. Unfortunately, licensed LEGO games fall into the same pitfalls as any other multiple platform title and are typically held back by the constraints of the weaker systems. A compelling argument can be made that much of the squandered potential in the original LEGO Batman and LEGO Indiana Jones were a result of reluctance to abandon the Playstation 2 and Nintendo's Wii. This reluctance, however, is based in a reality where the consoles still held a significant market share well into the life cycle of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The Playstation 2 and Wii are completely out of the picture for development purposes and companies that thrive on easily ported games now find themselves with a set of more powerful base systems to thoroughly explore. Although the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 will likely remain the base launching platform for most upcoming LEGO titles, despite the existence of the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, the margin for potential is greater than ever before. TT Games officially wrapped their release of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes in late 2013, but were already neck-deep in studs with The LEGO Movie Videogame and LEGO: The Hobbit. The media focus may be on the new generation of consoles, but the next few projects will undoubtedly play a major role in determining the viability of future licensed LEGO brands in console video games. Recent upgrades in the TT Games formula suggest the company is firmly facing forward, but there is also room to suggest that the company should also be looking backwards. Premature Release One problem that the LEGO: The Hobbit game now faces echoes an issue that plagued [/size]LEGO Indiana Jones all the way back in 2008. The date of release for the ill-fated installment, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, came a mere month prior to the LEGO Indiana Jones game and the content was conspicuously absent. LEGO: The Hobbit only follows the adventure through The Desolation of Smaug, which leaves the events of The Five Armies hanging in the balance. WB and TT Games had two distinct paths before them: release a standalone title akin to Lego Indiana Jones 2, which was a major source of discontent with their fanbase, or embrace the digital age. In an unsurprising move, WB and TT Games chose the latter, announcing that The Five Armies conclusion will be available as downloadable content. This does not rule out the potential for a "Complete Edition" with all available Hobbit content or even a "Tolkien Edition" that includes both franchises on a single disc, but this is certainly a step in the right direction as it leaves the door open for franchises with the most content-hungry fans. From Cooperative To Party Another aspect of the licensed LEGO formula which remains static is the number of players. Several franchises exist which could greatly benefit from expanding the number of players to four. The solid online capabilities offered from consoles could allow for even greater drop-in and drop-out game play. So why not make it a party? What better franchise to begin the four player experience than with a LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle game? A featuring LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a voice over from the Nickelodeon reboot cropped up on Youtube in June of 2013. The video, sitting at over a million hits, led many to ponder the possibility of this fantasy becoming a reality through video games... assuming certain licensing issues did not prevent such marvelous ideas from coming to fruition. Online capabilities, expanded cooperative experiences and major story downloadable content are just a few areas which licensed LEGO games could easily explore in the future. Questions can be raised when it comes to the direction of TT Games, but if LEGO Marvel Superheroes and LEGO City Undercover are examples of the quality we can expect from the next generation of LEGO games, then this is one gamer who will remain anxiously excited. What changes would you like to see in new LEGO titles? What licensed franchises would you love to see tackled by TT Games?
  4. Last month, Warner Bros. Interactive announced that The LEGO Movie would be receiving a tie-in game, ironically called The LEGO Movie Videogame, and now they're ready to share a first peek at the title. Some of the trailer recaps a few scenes shown in the movie trailer, but in the later parts you can get a look at some of the gameplay and the more realistic visual style TT Games is going with this time around. The LEGO Movie Videogame is coming to every major current console and handheld in February 2014.
  5. Well, this may not be the most shocking leaked announcement, but it's an announcement all the same: It seems that LEGO The Hobbit will be a game coming out sometime in 2014. Seeing as the second Hobbit movie is due to be out soon, it's little surprise that TT Games is working on a LEGO tie-in, but the way this game was revealed is a bit more interesting. Apparently, a user of the Brickset forums, a pretty serious LEGO community, got a set of The Hobbit themed LEGOs based around the second movie early (the sets were to be released December 1st), and the flyer for the game (pictured) was contained within. Obviously, there's not too much information available about the new LEGO game yet, but you can tell that it will release for practically every current generation system it can, and will likely also get Xbox One and PlayStation 4 releases. Source Does another LEGO game excite you?
  6. Lego City: Undercover was definitively one of the more interesting games announced as a Nintendo exclusive. Instead of furthering their existing licenses, they took a page out of Lego Island's books and decided to create a new Lego franchise. Recently, the game saw an official trailer which shows off a fair bit of gameplay. There are multiple scenes of car chases, as well as races depicted on both sea and land. So far, it does appear like what a Grand Theft Auto might look like filtered through the lens of Legos. As one may expect, this also filters into the humor, which is more eye-rolling than hilarious. Of course, many people (including children) enjoy that style of comedy. A little bit of the Wii U's GamePad features were also shown. The Wii U version of Lego City: Undercover will be out on March 18th. Then those who for some reason want the game on 3DS will be able to purchase it a month later on April 21st. Here is the trailer:
  7. The world of Chima is in peril as the inhabitants are at war over a highly coveted natural resource known as CHI. Do not fret if you have never heard of this particular world in the Lego universe. Lego Legends of Chima is a fresh, new line that will introduce LEGO fans to the wonderful world of anthropomorphism. Information surrounding this new franchise is a bit slim, but the newest Lego sets have already hit some retail shelves and its design is quite promising. This new line of Lego is being released throughout 2013, alongside a wealth of impressive branding. Cartoon Network shall be the home for a new television show titled Legends of Chima this month, following in the footsteps of the popular Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment also announced that new LEGO games will also be clawing their way into the limelight. WB Interactive and TT Games have a clear defined path laid out before them, which coincides quite nicely with the introduction of Chima line. This new franchise will make its gaming debut today with the iOS release of Legends of Chima: Speedorz. Speedorz is a racing title that aims to introduce interesting new locales, vehicles and characters. Lego fans looking for more depth will have a slightly longer wait. Lego Legends of Chima: Laval“s Journey, designated as an official adventure, is scheduled as a summer release in 2013 for the 3DS and Playstation Vita. Unfortunately, the standard DS version will not be seen until this fall. LEGO Legends of Chima Online, the third game to be released, is a free-to-play title that will allow players to customize their land and explore new areas. Players will also earn points by playing through Laval“s Journey and Speedorz, which are then used to unlock content for Legends of Chima Online via the “Chima Vault.” Are you interested in this Lego franchise or do you only hold a candle for licensed Lego games?
  8. We're only weeks away from LEGO The Lord of the Rings' release now and excitement is already building for Traveller's Tales' latest Lego title. To shed some more light on the game, the developer has released a development diary video of sorts. Among the the things discussed are how the developer is adhering very closely to the film's narrative, so much so that they're actually using the movie's voice track to recreate the sense of believability in the game's story. Also, unlike the Lego games of recent years, LEGO The Lord of the Rings features more of an open-world type gameplay instead of a linear experience through and through, with the developers stating that you can visit places such as Minas Tirith and Dunharrow and really explore the area, finding new characters and taking on fetch quests and more. Overall, it sounds as if the game is shaping up to be quite the epic experience for video game fans (especially if you loved the movie trilogy). For more info on the game, check out the behind-the-scenes development diary below. LEGO The Lord of the Rings releases later this month on October 30 for every major console and handheld platform.
  9. Jason Clement

    Lego Portal

  10. Jason Clement

    Lego Inception

    A team of talented individuals produced this animated re-creation of the Inception trailer using the Lego world. However, it's a 3D animated short; not filmed using real legos like so many other Youtube videos. Anyhow, it's pretty cool; give it a watch below.