I don’t know about you, but I love LEGO. No seriously, I actually do. Earlier this year when I went to San Diego for Comic Con 2012 (yes, I am a real geek!), I visited the local LEGO store and spent 3 hours in there. When I was younger I would sneak LEGO pieces home from my Grandparents house because I hadn’t quite finished the adventure I was having. I still now look at LEGO collections and want to buy them. It’s the lack of space in my apartment that stops me. It’s the fact LEGO inspires creativity and imagination – not mindless consumerism. Maybe you haven’t touched a brick since you were a kid but if you’re a gamer there’s a good chance you’re more than familiar with the virtual versions. Continue reading LEGO Lord of the Rings Review
I need to make an admission. It’s an admission that I’m afraid will do nothing but enhance my current level of nerdosity in the eyes of my friends, colleagues and peers (my family already know the score.)
Ahem……I’m a big fan of all things mysterious.
There, I said it. UFO’s, Nessie, Yeti’s, Bigfeet (that is the plural of Bigfoot isn’t it?), Beasts of Bodmin and other remote moorlands, ghosts, aliens, conspiracies, the successful career of Keanu Reeves, Wayne Rooney’s hairdo, the allure of plain crisps and Lego.
The Lord of the Rings has been licensed to LEGO, and the video game is set to be released this later this year. Not only was the game outed by retailers this week (since pulled), but new LEGO figures coming in the summer brought rumours suggesting a possible game was also in existence. Continue reading LEGO Lord of the Rings Game Outed By ShopTo