Double VIP Points Are Live! Posted by Richard on October 24, 2018 at 08:31 PM CST:
Until the end of October, VIP members get double points on shop.LEGO.com purchases! This is basically 10 bucks back for every hundred you spend towards a future purchase. Paired with the free minifigure display frame for a $75.00 purchase, now is a great time to buy. Forum link
Retro News: October 21-31 2007 Posted by Richard on October 24, 2018 at 07:31 PM CST:
The 7th Toa Mahri game is released. The Bionicle Sector1 wiki gets an upgrade.
"LEGO The Incredibles" Switch Eshop Sale Posted by Richard on October 24, 2018 at 06:48 PM CST:
LEGO® The Incredibles is currently on sale in Nintendo's Eshop. It's marked down to $35.99 USD from 59.99 which seems like a good deal. Keep in mind the PC version is regularly $39.99. Some of the licensed LEGO® games are not as optimized for the switch as they should be, though none of the reviews I checked out complained about this tittle's performance. Forum link.
LEGO DC Supervillains Out Today Posted by Richard on October 16, 2018 at 10:15 PM CST:
If your a fan of licensed LEGO® games, LEGO DC Supervillains is available today for most consoles and PC. The PC version appears to be the cheapest, at $39.99 USD for the base edition and $54.99 for the deluxe. The console version starts at $59.99, and costs $74.99 for the deluxe version. Forum link.
Retro News: October 11-20 2007 Posted by Richard on October 14, 2018 at 11:28 PM CST:
Kelly sends different fan-sites some exclusive screenshots. The leaked sets have to be pulled from MOD, but shortly get the go-ahead to be posted again. Brad's great "Metru robots" MOC inspires another.
LEGOLAND Featured On Big Bang Theory Posted by Richard on October 13, 2018 at 10:06 PM CST:
Big Bang Theory is a comedy mostly focused on "Geek" humor. Last week, two of the main characters celebrated their honeymoon in LEGOLAND®, as part of the humor of the show. I only saw this segment, but I understand there was plenty of LEGO® themed humor throughout the episode. Forum link.
Toys'R'Us Making A Come Back Posted by Richard on October 3, 2018 at 08:00 PM CST: According to Kotaku, the Toys'R'us branding and assets will not be sold off. Instead, lenders are planning to turn it into a branding company and make use of it's existing license agreements. They hope to open new chain stores down the line. Forum link.