“Bwee, hoo hoo, bwoo.” (Bastion) Yep, Bastion is like R2D2: he speaks with such profanity, everything he says is replaced by beeps and whistles 🙂 AdvertisementsRead more "75974: Bastion – Review"
I’d vaguely heard about The LEGO Movie when it first came out back in 2014. I was still in the Dark Ages then, and I had no interest in anything related to plastic bricks. It’s only when it became available for rental that I somehow added it to the list to entertain my podlings.Read more "The LEGO Movie 2: Is Everything Still Awesome?"
Mechs don’t play a big part in the Overwatch universe. In fact there are only two: Wrecking Ball, and D.Va. Reinhardt hasn’t got a mech; he’s just a big guy in an even bigger mechanised armour.Read more "75973: D.Va & Reinhardt – Review"
I’ll be honest, I wasn’t looking forward to this set. On the surface, it looks incomplete, more like a film set than a real building, we get just a facade and a flimsy food stall. The only thing that tempted me were the minifigures.Read more "75972: Dorado Showdown – Review"
The second set in LEGO’s Overwatch series focuses on the Shimada brothers, and more specifically on the events depicted in Blizzard’s video “Dragons”.Read more "75971: Hanzo vs. Genji – Review"
LEGO Overwatch is officially here. Yes, they released a special set last year and sold it exclusively through Blizzard, but these are the sets any fan of this cooperative first-person shooter phenomenon has been looking forward to.Read more "75970: Tracer vs. Widowmaker – Review"
When I created Planetary Outpost, my original but now defunct LEGO Ideas proposal, I thought it could be fun to create a brick-built minifig-scaled robot. My fondness for acronyms made me name it the Artificial Intelligence 5 Operating Robotic Task Support [A.I.5.O.R.T.S.], or the more friendly sounding “All Sorts”. I already covered how I came […]Read more "I, Robot"