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LEGO Brawls Coming to PlayStation and Xbox

It has been recently announced that LEGO Brawls, which was originally only available on Apple Arcade and Nintendo Switch, will now be available on other consoles including PlayStation and Xbox. The premise of the game is that it is a multiplayer game that you design your own LEGO minifigure to compete with others for various objectives. There are multiplayer modes that allow for local play as well as online modes.

Bandai Namco Bringing LEGO® Brawls to Consoles Worldwide in Late Summer 2022, with Retail Preorders Available Now

With Customizable Minifigs, Iconic LEGO® Themes, and Online Play, LEGO Brawls is a First for the Franchise as a Light-Hearted Brawler for All Ages

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. is delving into the vast LEGO® universe to bring LEGO Brawls, a family-friendly brawling video game, to consoles worldwide. The light-hearted game is the first of its kind, putting players in control of customizable minifigures in a multi-player brawler with levels inspired by iconic LEGO sets. Developed by Red Games Co., LEGO Brawls is slated for release on PlayStation®5, PlayStation 4®, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in late summer 2022. Retail store preorders are available now at

In true LEGO fashion, LEGO Brawls gives players a slew of customization options to mix and match official LEGO bricks and create unique minifigure brawlers, complete with custom loadouts and power-ups tailored to each player’s preference and play style. Players can compete with everything from baguettes and pie cannons to boomboxes and rocket fists. With a


LEGO Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck (76989) Available to Order on Amazon

If you missed out on the LEGO Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck (76989) on the LEGO Shop, Amazon still has it available to order. It is listed that it will ship between 1 and 2 months but usually they ship before then. There’s no work when the LEGO Shop will have it available again.


Upcoming LEGO Product Set Listings by German Toy Retailer

German retailer Wagners has added a variety of new LEGO product listings for upcoming sets. Some of these have been rumored for a while now and the listings give some credence to those rumors. Of course this isn’t the full list as there are still some themes that aren’t listed but there are some big names to hold us over for now.


• Optimus Prime (10302) – 169.99€/1,508 pieces


• The Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – 139.99€/1,476 pieces


• 75571 – 39.99€/560 pieces
• 75572 – 54.99€/572 pieces
• 75573 – 89.99€/887 pieces
• 75574 – 139.99€/1,212 pieces


• 71411 – 229.99€/2,807 pieces


• Iron Man Hall of Armor (76216) – 89.99€/496 pieces
• Baby Groot (76217) – 49.99€/476 pieces
• Doctor Stranger’s Sanctum Sanctorum (76218) – 219.99€/2,708 pieces
• 2022 Advent Calendar (76231) – 34.99€/268 pieces


• Dragon Temple (71759) – 39.99€/161 pieces
• Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike (71768) – 19.99€/137 pieces
• Cole’s Dragon Racer (71769) – 44.99€/384 pieces
• Zane’s Gold Dragon Jet (71770) – 29.99€/258 pieces
• The Temple of the Crystal King (71771) – 79.99€/703 pieces
• The Crystal King (71772) – 59.99€/722 pieces
• Kai’s Gold Dragon Raider (71773) – 84.99€/624 pieces
• Lloyd’s Ultra Gold Dragon (71774) – 139.99€/989 pieces
• Nya’s Samurai X-Mech (71775) – 109.99€/1,003 pieces

Speed Champions

• 007 Aston Martin DB5 (76911) – 19.99€/298 pieces
• Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T (76912) – 19.99€/345 pieces

Star Wars

• The Justifier (75323) – 159.99€/1,022 pieces
• AT-ST … Continue

LEGO Builder’s Journey Now Available on PlayStation Consoles

LEGO Builder’s Journey has been building to its release on the PlayStation platforms and it is now available after two years. Originally on Apple Arcade, it was then released on the Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox last year.

With the launch on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, there is also a new Creative Mode that was released for all platforms. In this mode, you get to create your own builds with a selection of LEGO bricks that you can share using Photo Mode.


KIRKBI Invests $1 Billion to Epic Games

Last week, LEGO announced a long-term partnership with Fortnite creators, Epic Games, to provide a safe and fun place in the metaverse for kids. Today, Epic Games announced a $2 billion round of funding to advance the company’s vision to build the metaverse and support its continued growth. KIRKBI, the family-owned holding company of The LEGO Group, along with Sony has invested $1 billion to the funding to create new social entertainment exploring the connection between digital and physical worlds.

KIRKBI CEO Søren Thorup Sørensen stated, “Epic Games is known for building playful and creative experiences and empowering creators large and small. A proportion of our investments is focused on trends we believe will impact the future world that we and our children will live in. This investment will accelerate our engagement in the world of digital play, and we are pleased to be investing in Epic Games to support their continued growth journey, with a long-term focus toward the future metaverse.”


LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Deluxe Edition Available at GameStop

If you’re still looking for it, the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Deluxe Edition is now available again at GameStop. The game comes with all the goodies and costs $69.99 and will arrive in 3-6 days.

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LEGO Announces Partnership with Epic Games to Build Multiverse

LEGO has just announced a long-term partnership with Epic Games to provide a safe and fun place in the metaverse for kids and families. The two companies will team up to build an immersive, creatively inspiring and engaging digital experience for kids.

If you’ve done any gaming, you’ll know that Epic Games is the home of Fortnite and the developers of Unreal Engine which is used in a lot of other games. This partnership could signal some possibilities such as a new LEGO IP game or perhaps we could be seeing LEGO entering the world of Fortnite in terms of skins or even a LEGO version of Fortnite. The game is still widely popular with kids and I think LEGO is trying to get in on the action as well. What do you guys think?

The LEGO Group and Epic Games team up to build a place for kids to play in the metaverse

BILLUND, DENMARK: The LEGO Group and Epic Games today announced they are entering a long-term partnership to shape the future of the metaverse to make it safe and fun for children and families. The two companies will team up to build an immersive, creatively inspiring and engaging digital experience for kids of all ages to enjoy together.

The family-friendly digital experience will give kids access to tools that will empower them to become confident creators and deliver amazing play opportunities in a safe and positive space.

Niels B Christiansen, CEO of the LEGO Group said: “Kids enjoy playing in physical and digital

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