Continuing to pile on the properties into 2017, Lego Dimensions gets a massive story pack based on the upcoming The Lego Batman Movie and ‘80s David Hasselhoff on February 10.
In the latest teaser for LEGO Dimensions’ season two content, the girl from Krypton introduces us to a stranded alien botanist in search of a phone. Perhaps there is one in that odd blue box.
The first wave of toys based on Star Wars side story Rogue One arrive on store shelves on Friday, September 30. Lego’s bringing three buildable figures and five new sets to the party. Let’s look at them!
Imagine the warm wave of catharsis washing over you as you spend your post-match taking apart Piggy Brother’s fantastic Lego rendition of Overwatch’s Bastion brick-by-brick. Ah yes, feels good.
OliveSeon, a team of Korean LEGO builders, have designed and constructed one of the most impressive Star Wars creations I have ever seen.
Supergirl is coming to Lego Dimensions late next month, but she’s not coming easy. Not only is Superman’s cousin a PlayStation 4 exclusive, her figure will only be available in Starter Packs, the full edition of the game most fans already own.
Last year Lego builder and Metroid Prime fan Jared Rosenblitt recreated the exciting battle between the terrifying Meta Ridley and Samus atop the Chozo Artifact Temple. To celebrate the series’ 30th anniversary, Jared hit reset and went back to the beginning of the game.
Arriving on store shelves September 1, Lego Architecture’s version of the U.S. Capitol looks like it’s fun to put together, only costs $99 and will still be standing a year from now, no matter what happens in November.
Lego Nexo Knights, the most kid-friendly battle between techno knights and dark magic possible, returns to Cartoon Network this weekend for a second season. Seems like as good a reason as any to assemble the 1,186 piece Jestro’s Volcano Lair set.
Watch as the fine folks from Tested take one of my favorite things in the whole world and transform it into endless nightmare.
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
For the past couple of years, Lego and Adventure Time have been dreaming of a marriage between the two properties. Those dreams generally involved standard Lego minifigures. The official Lego Adventure Time are not standard Lego minifigures.
In case you were wondering if the ship battles, cover-based shooting and multi-builds were enough to get you to buy another movie-based LEGO game, the free LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens demo has all of those things.
ZaziNombies—whose work we’ve featured before—has gone and built a 1:1 replica of an Overwatch weapon out of LEGO. And not some little handgun or rifle, either. He’s built Reinhardt’s Rocket Hammer.
The ropes were there for a reason. That reason was to keep children from knocking this Zootopia statue over.
I’m not playing much Overwatch, but I am fascinated by the characters and setting enough to drop cash on some toys, especially if they’re as cool as LEGO builder Taylor’s version of D.Va.
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers adds a complimentary six-pack of spiders today. Now that Peter Parker is established in the Marvel cinematic universe, he gets to be in the game based on it. The Spider-Man Character Pack is available for free starting today across all versions of the game.