Amazon Prime Day has started and there aren’t that many LEGO deals but the LEGO Star Wars UCS TIE Fighter (75095) is one of the deals that is going on for Prime members. The regular price of the UCS TIE Fighter is $199.99. This deal starts at 8:05am PST.
The LEGO Education DUPLO Early Simple Machines III 4517242 deal starts at 9:05am PST and its regular price is $144.95.
The LEGO City Swamp Police Station (60069) deal starts at 10:05am PST and its regular price is $89.99.
Finally, the LEGO DUPLO Disney Sofia the First Royal Stable (10594) set starts at 11:05am PST and the normal price for that set is $24.99.
Last week, we partnered up with Kinguin to give away three PC copies of the LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game. The contest is now over and the winners have been picked by Kinguin and they are:
In order to receive your prize, please contact Kinguin at [email protected] within 7 days from announcing the winners. In the message title, please include “LEGO giveaway with The Brick Fan”.
Congratulations to the winners and stay tuned because I’ll have more contests to giveaway more LEGO related stuff in the near future.
The LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Video Game was just recently released and we here at The Brick Fan have partnered up with Kinguin to do a giveaway for the game. Actually this is for three copies of the PC version of the game so if you want to get in on the action, head on over to Kinguin to enter.
The giveaway will run until July 10 and the winner will be announced on July 11. Kinguin will be suppling the codes so you’ll have to contact them at [email protected] to claim your prize.
Good luck to everyone that enters and May the Force Be With You!
The LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Video Game will be releasing in just two short days and there are some new character vignettes that have been shown off including Kylo Ren and Rey.
If you didn’t know yet, there are two versions of the game, the regular edition and the Deluxe Edition. The best version for your money is the Deluxe as it includes the Season Pass for the game which includes a number of Level and Character Packs. Also included is the exclusive Finn (FN-2187) minifigure.
There are a few retailers that will be having different exclusives when the game comes out so here’s a list of what deals are included with who.
20% off physical pre-order and newly released games
Jabba’s Palace Character Pack
The Empire Strikes Back Character Pack
Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle (30279) polybag
20% off if you’re part of the Gamer’s Club
First Order Star Destroyer (30277) polybag
Our friends over at Promo Bricks has compiled a list of the LEGO catalogs for the second half of 2016. The catalogs doesn’t have much that we haven’t already seen before but the main thing is in the LEGO Star Wars section.
There, we see a little teaser for the upcoming LEGO Star Wars: Rogue One sets which will be coming this September. The image shows one of the new Death Troopers along with five system sets. As I mentioned before in a previous post, there will also be three Buildable Figures in the wave as which are not shown in the US catalog but is seen in others.
The packaging is still blanked out but it has already been revealed that it will mainly feature the Death Trooper on the top-right corner. The only thing left to see are the sets themselves which I hope some of them will be revealed at San Diego Comic Con next month.
75152 – 385 pcs, $29.99/€39.99
75153 – 449 pcs, $39.99/€49.99
75154 – 543 pcs, $69.99/€69.99
75155 – 659 pcs, $79.99/€79.99
75156 – 863 pcs, $89.99/€99.99
75119 – 104 pcs. $24.99/€24.99
75120 – 169 pcs, $24.99/€24.99
75121 – 106 pcs, $24.99/€24.99
The demo for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game is now available for download for the PlayStation 4. The stage is called “Niima Outpost” and it lets you play though the stage on Jakku where Finn meets up with Rey and BB-8. It looks like it’s only available for the PS4 at this time.
Engage in Blaster Battles with Stormtroopers, use Multi-Builds to race through Niima Outpost, and dogfight with TIE Fighters through derelict Imperial Star Destroyers in the Millennium Falcon before escaping Jakku!
The official E3 2016 trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens was shown at the Sony conference and you can watch it below.
A couple of hours ago, Disney XD livestreamed the LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures – Battle of the Bricks which you can check out the full video below.
There were four teams of YouTubers and LEGO enthusiasts who were in the competition including some cool friends. Some of these people you may recognize from the LEGO community like Paul Hollingsworth from Digitalwizardz, Mariann from Model Building Secrets and LEGO artist Paul Lee.
Team Eclipse Fighters
101 Dark Monkey
Team Star Scavengers