Fallout 76, an online multiplayer action role-playing game, features an open world four times the size of that of Fallout 4. The game world is called "Appalachia" and is a representation of West Virginia. Featuring recreations of real locations in the region, including the West Virginia State Capitol, The Greenbrier, Woodburn Circle, New River Gorge Bridge, and Camden Park. This gamer decided to recreate the Pip-Boy 2000 MK VI wrist computer from the title using LEGO bricks. Continue reading to see the individual components and for more information.
The real Apple Park, also known as the spaceship campus, is located at 1 Apple Park Way in Cupertino, California, United States, and spans 175-acres. LEGO fanatic Spencer Rezkalla decided to create a 1/650 scale version using thousands of bricks, right down to the surrounding trees. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Consisting of 826-pieces and priced at $199.99 (Nov. 23 release), the LEGO Creator Expert 10268 Vestas Wind Turbine set is fully motorized, and captures the elegance and graceful movement of a traditional wind turbine. It stands approximately 39" (1m) high, towering above a wooded hill and a house with furnished patio, mailbox, flowers and a white picket fence. Turn the nacelle left or right and switch on the included power function motor to rotate the adjustable wind turbine blades and illuminate the cottage's porch light. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Not just a static model, this replica of the $2.6 million Bugatti Chiron is made from over 1-million LEGO pieces, generates 5.3 horsepower and can hit 12 miles per hour. This 3,000 pounds creation took approximately 6-months to complete, and boasts 2,304 Power Function motors, 4,032 gear wheels, and 2,016 axles. There's even a functional LEGO speedometer, complete with a working active rear spoiler that pops up on the back. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
LEGO fans can literally build the future, or at least their latest ads would like you to think so. Called "Imagine", this campaign brings childhood fantasies, such as King Kong scaling a skyscraper or Moby Dick pursuing the elusive whale, to life using thousands of colorful bricks. Continue reading for more.
LEGO fans who love Harry Potter rejoice! The new LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (71043) set is now the second largest ever, with 6,020-pieces. Featuring Whomping Willow and Hagri's Hut, complete with microfigs of the students, teachers, Dementors, Aragog, the Basilisk, and even a Hungarian Horntail. Priced at $399.99, it will become available on August 15 for VIP members and to the general public on September 1. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
LEGO and Final Fantasy fanatic Marius Herrmann spent countless hours, along with 10,000 LEGO pieces, to create a massive model of Bahamut from Final Fantasy X. With a wingspan of almost 1-meter, it features gold plant stems for the wing details, purle pentagonal shields, dark blue scales, and discontinued wedge plates as well as grilles in a shade of purple. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Priced at $149.99, the 10262 James Bond Aston Martin DB5 set consists of 1,295 LEGO pieces, complete with a detailed straight-six engine, rotating license plates, wheel-mounted tire slashers, a rear bullet shield and even hidden machine guns that can be deployed by pulling back on the gear knob. However, the coolest feature is the working ejector seat, which works when you pull back on the rear bumper. Continue reading for a full video review, more pictures and information.
LEGO fanatics who just happen to be in Copenhagen, Denmark today or tomorrow can now customize their very own minifigure, and for just $5 USD. Simply put, this touchscreen machine prints your selected designs directly onto an official minifigure torso, with the ability to add text, different colored pants, etc. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Voltron fans who love LEGO sets rejoice! The 21311 set contains 2,321 pieces, and for those lucky enough to attend San Diego Comic-Con next month you'll be able to snag one if you're quick enough, otherwise LEGO VIP members can get their hands on it beginning July 23, while the wide release is set for August 1, priced at $179.99. It features black, blue, yellow, red and green lions that can easily be posed, complete with specially designed, extra-strong joints. When combined, you create the Voltron super robot wielding a huge sword and shield that attach firmly to the robot's hands. Continue reading for more pictures and information.