Admit it, you’ve wanted something like this since the first time you played an Assassin’s Creed game. Ubisoft’s official Unity Phantom Blade includes a functional (plastic) hidden blade, as well as retractable crossbow arms that can fire an included soft dart. Just don’t go overboard with the wall climbing. [… »
My recent vacation was largely a 30-day journey through my own personal LEGO paradise, culminating in a harrowing trip through my favorite DC Comics set released so far—Jokerland. »
The Battle of Waterloo, where Napoleon was defeated by an Anglo-allied force and the Prussian army, was fought 200 years ago. To commemorate the anniversary of one of the most famous battles in history, a group of LEGO enthusiasts decided to make a blocky version of the battle, as big and accurate as possible. »
No Man’s Sky looks glorious. It’s a space exploration game that gives you a galaxy teeming with planets waiting to be visited. While the surface of each planet will be different, your means of getting there stays the same: a trusty single-seater spaceship. »
Gaming Heads is the one responsible for this Mordin statue, which is good, ‘cause someone else might have gotten it wrong. Sorry. In any case, the statue stands 20.5 inches tall, will be out next year, and comes in two flavors: exclusive (with console) and regular (without console). Check below for a couple more pics.
Due out in December, this Hunter statue from Gecco is 1/6 scale (around 32cm) and is going to cost around $300. »
In 1958 LEGO estimated that six standard LEGO bricks could be combined together in nearly 103 million ways. Math professor Soren Eilers discovered that they were off by more than 900 million. »