LEGO today has announced in a new initiative that Ideas projects that were rejected during their respective Review Stages to have a second chance in becoming an official set. This new plan is called “LEGO Ideas Revisited” and starting this summer, fans will be able to vote for projects in a head-to-head format similar to the March Madness bracket.

Early on there weren’t that many CUUSOO/Ideas projects that qualified at a certain Review Stage so for the first Revisited voting period, LEGO will be combining a few of the early Review Stages together to create the bracket determined by when they achieved 10,000 supporters. Each voting period will vary depending on the number of projects being considered. For the first bracket, there will be three weeks of voting until the winner is chosen at the end which you can see above.

The first bracket pits the Winchester – Shaun of the Dead, Eve Online Rifter, and The Legend of Zelda against each other with the winner going up against outcome of the Modular Western Town, UCS Sandcrawler (even though we already have one), and Thinking with Portals! matchup.

After the winner is chosen, the LEGO Jury will again deliberate to see if that particular project will become a set. It will go through the same rules as before so nothing has changed there. Check out the full press release below.


LEGO Gives Rejected LEGO Ideas Projects a Revisit

BILLUND, DENMARK (April 1, 2016) – Beginning this summer, LEGO Ideas will have a new