Announced last week in advance of the 2017 New York Toy Fair, Mega Brands has added Pokémon to its Mega Construx line, with sets coming this fall. I got a chance to snap some of them during Mattel’s Toy Fair event, and they aren’t too shabby.
More accurately the Pokémon Mega Construx are coming, as Nintendo’s pocket monsters become the latest license to join Mattel’s recently re-branded line of construction toy sets. Anything is better than Ionix.
A construction toy take on the vinyl pop culture figure craze, Mega Bloks new Kubros sets are great, unless your kit is missing bricks.
Coming to toy store shelves later this year, Destiny Mega Bloks sets promise physical content fans of the series will enjoy briefly before setting it on the shelf and waiting for more. My friend Andy Robertson of FamilyGamerTV grabbed video of the figures and sets at Toy Fair. Let’s watch!
No offense to McFarlane Toys, who’ve done a great job with the various franchise figure lines over the years, but Halo is much too big a property for a relatively niche company to handle. Now Mattel’s got the master license, and they’re putting it to good use.
With a little over a month to go before the release of Halo 5: Guardians, what’s a Spartan fan to do to pass the time? I have an idea. Don’t worry, it doesn’t involve playing the Master Chief Collection.
A Ubisoft brand manager has made some eyebrow-raising comments about Assassin's Creed's Mega Bloks range at a conference in Toronto, GamesIndustry reports.
Following successful outings with World of Warcraft and Skylanders, Mega Bloks completes the holy trinity of Activision properties with Call of Duty collector construction sets. Want to watch me put one together?
Day one of my Comic-Con shopping experience was mostly about what I wanted. What about my family? What about their needs? I think I've got them covered.
The Mega Bloks World of Warcraft line has been unleashed, bringing tiny plastic versions of Azeroth's iconic people, places and Deathwings to toy stores across the country. I have one such Azerothian playset in my possession, and you get to watch me put it together, piece by piece.
Lording over the Mega Bloks booth at BlizzCon 2011, Doomhammer held high, World of Warcraft's Thrall would have been much more impressive in block form if it wasn't for the long line of people waiting to get their picture taken with him. He's the savoir of two worlds, people!
When I first heard Mega Bloks was doing toys based on the World of Warcraft brand, I imagined a couple battlefield sets, maybe a fort or two. What they're bringing to store shelves next summer turned out to be far more ambitious.
Half the joy of attending Blizzard's yearly celebration of all things Blizzard is opening up the sack of goodies they give you at registration and splaying them over your hotel room desk like a kid at Christmas. This year we might have to keep the jubilation to a dull roar; the mini Archangel of Justice is watching.
In celebration of their upcoming World of Warcraft and StarCraft II lines, Mega Bloks is hitting BlizzCon 2011 big time, with a tiny Thrall for every convention attendee, a limited edition StarCraft II Battlecruiser, and much, much more.
Voting is currently open in the Mega Bloks Halo Toymation Contest, where the best and brightest stop-motion toy animators vie for fabulous prizes. It's too late to enter, but there's plenty of time to influence the winner.
Who would want to buy Need for Speed-branded Mega Bloks construction sets? That's the question I asked myself when I first heard the LEGO competitor had taken on EA's racing game license earlier this year. Now that the sets are hitting store shelves, I have an answer: Me.
Last year, I went to Toy Fair and saw some Halo Mega Bloks. They were pretty cool. This year's are better. This line, which I shot at Toy Fair 2011, is slated for release throughout the year.
After successfully moving into the video game space with a line of Mega Blok Halo construction sets, Mega Brands sets its sights on a racier video game license: EA's Need for Speed. How's that going to work?