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  • Blog Post: Destiny's Xur Won’t Sell It, But You Can Build Your Own Lego Gjallarhorn

    With its oddly placed “J,” many Destiny gamers have a hard time pronouncing the word “Gjallarhorn.” Thankfully, they seem to have no problems firing it, if they’re lucky enough to find one. The gaudy rocket launcher is arguably the most coveted weapon in Destiny, and for... More
  • Blog Post: 32 New Lego Star Wars Sets Coming First Half Of 2015

    There’s less than a year until Star Wars: The Force Awakens is set to hit theaters, and with hype swirling around it Lego has announced plans to release 32 new Star Wars sets over the first half of 2015. As a part of the announcement, Lego created an absolutely massive double-sided poster full... More
  • Blog Post: See Flynn's Arcade From Tron In Lego Form, Inside And Out

    Tron , the 1982 Disney movie set inside of video game, has received the Lego treatment thanks to a talented master builder. The creation comes from Joel Baker. You can find a full collection of images of the arcade here , which features the front of the building, the inside, and even the secret doorway... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Kirby Is An Adorable Ball Of Plastic Bricks

    Kirby is the type of squishy, malleable being that seems nearly impossible to translate into Lego bricks; Nintendo’s pink ball of joy doesn’t have a lot of hard edges or angles that would be easily recreated with square pieces of plastic. Luckily, the difficulty of translating Kirby into... More
  • Blog Post: Destiny Ice Breaker Weapon Recreated In Lego

    With all the hype that surrounded Destiny, it’s not surprising that someone would create a replica of one its exotic special weapons: The Ice Breaker. This sniper rifle has been recreated entirely out of Lego bricks by YouTuber ZaziNombies and measures 42 inches long. The gun is built from approximately... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: TT Games' Lego Dynasty – Too Much Or Not Enough?

    TT Games has carved a nice place for itself with its Lego games across numerous licenses – we've certainly enjoyed many of them through the years. But will 2015 be the year that killed the golden goose? This year the company has three Lego titles coming out: Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin, Lego... More
  • Blog Post: Minecraft Lego Sets Featuring Creepers, Endermen, And A Diamond-Armored Steve Now Available

    When Lego first approved Minecraft sets via its Lego Ideas program (neé Cuusoo), it felt just a little redundant. Since then, the building blocks based on the Mojang’s blocky building game have grown more popular and more varied. Earlier this fall, Lego released a number of new, official... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin Sneaks Its Way Onto Portables Spring 2015

    TT Games’s Lego titles may get attention for the enormous franchises it depicts, but games like Lego City Undercover and Lego Battles: Ninjago are proof that the developer is just as dedicated to pursuing the toy's original properties. That trend continues next spring with the release of the... More
  • Blog Post: 'The Squad' Joining Lego Batman 3 Via DLC

    Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham's roster will be growing further in early 2015, with the reveal that the Suicide Squad is joining the game – minus the word "Suicide." The story-based DLC will add new characters and vehicles to the game. According to Warner Bros., The Squad DLC follows... More
  • Blog Post: Bizarro World DLC Aims To Set Lego Batman 3 On Its Head

    Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games have revealed a new piece of story DLC for Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham . This one definitely lives up to the game's name, bringing players to one of DC Comics' strangest locations. In the Bizarro World Pack, Warner says players will join the Bizarro League... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Protoman Has Arrived From The Year 20XX

    The Brothers Brick is a site dedicated to showcasing awesome Lego builds, and this recent Protoman model meets that requirement. While many Lego models end up looking blocky, this Protoman (from builder Mike Nieve) is near perfect thanks to his use of curved blocks. The scarf even has the iconic windblown... More
  • Blog Post: Sunset Overdrive TV's First Post-Launch Episode Shares Lego And Cosplay Creations

    Sunset Overdrive is out, which means the in-game TV show Sunset TV is finally getting a chance to serve its intended purpose. You can check out the actual launch episode from last week here , but this new episode is more representative of what to expect for the foreseeable future. Insomniac's Brandon... More
  • Blog Post: This Destiny Ship’s Avionics Are Completely Made Of Lego Bricks

    If you played the Destiny alpha, the beta, and the retail game, you’ve heard Peter Dinklage’s Ghost character talk about the need for a good ship more times than you'd like. The one pictured above is a representation of Destiny’s Phaeton V2, and as you can tell, it's made of... More
  • Blog Post: Approximately 4,000 Lego Bricks Make Up This Life-Size Borderlands Claptrap

    With Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel out tomorrow, now is the perfect time to remember why we love (or hate) Claptrap. The annoying robot greeted us at the start of our first Borderlands adventure, and he’s slated to play a bigger role in the third title. YouTuber ZaziNombies (clever!) shows off his... More
  • Blog Post: 40-Inch Long Replica Of Halo: Reach’s UNSC Savannah Created In Lego

    Reader Nick “Nick Brick” Jensen emailed us today to share his latest Lego creation, inspired by Bungie’s work on the Halo franchise. This 40-inch long, 15.5-inch wide replica of Halo: Reach’s UNSC Savannah is truly a work of art. Jensen built the Savannah as part of the “SHIPtember... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Doom Imps, Cacodemons, And Revenants Head To Seattle BrickCon

    We often think of older 3D games as “blocky,” and this Lego take on id Software’s Doom plays that up in the best ways. The diorama pictured above was created by Iain Heath for the upcoming BrickCon in Seattle, so feast your eyes on the carnage. If you can’t make it out to BrickCon... More
  • Blog Post: Call Of Duty's Nuketown And Assassin's Creed Get The Mega Bloks Treatment

    Mega Bloks recently showcased new sets modeled after Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty. The Call of Duty set (seen above) is modeled after the Nuketown multiplayer map – the one with all the mannequins that some players are always shooting at by mistake thinking they are players. I've never... More
  • Blog Post: DC Comics' Lego Covers Reveal New Characters In Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

    This November, DC Comics is celebrating Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games' Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham with a series of special-edition comic book covers. Lego versions of Superman, Batman, and newly reborn characters like Dick Grayson are featured on 22 different covers. A Warner Bros. Interactive... More
  • Blog Post: See Super Mario 64's Bob-omb Battlefield Stage Created In Lego

    A recent piece from Lego artist Matt De Lanoy recreates Super Mario 64's Bob-omb Battlefield stage entirely in Lego bricks. You can check out a large view of the piece above, but you will also find plenty of other pictures of Lego Bob-omb Battlefield by checking out De Lanoy's Flickr page . There's... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Booker, Catch A Look At An Impressive Lego BioShock Infinite Diorama

    Update : Beyond the Brick interviewed builder Imagine Rigney about his impressive Bioshock exhibit at BrickWorld this year. You can watch the video interview, in which Rigney discusses why he chose the bank, his favorite parts of Bioshock Infinite, and his personal building style, below. Original Story... More
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