News coming out of Eurobricks is that there is now an image of the LEGO Minecraft minifigures of Steve and the Creeper from the upcoming minifigure scale sets. Steve is your typical minifigure with a block head and he carries a pickaxe while the Creeper looks to be a brick-built one. The six sets will be available this sometime this fall.
(Hat tip: The Brick Fan)
Earlier today, it was revealed that Aquaman will be a playable character in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. He will be voiced by Scott Porter who has had some experience with video game voice overs. There are no images of Aquaman in-game at this time.
There are some new LEGO Legends of Chima polybags that will probably be showing up at your local Toys R Us stores in the near future. The first one Gorzan’s Walker 30262 which includes 34 pieces and goes for $3.99.
The other polybag is which is a new entry in Brickset’s database, Fraz’s Phoenix Flyer 30264. There’s no word yet on the piece count or how this polybag will be distributed at this time.
Finally, we now know the exclusive minifigure for the LEGO Legends of Chima: Character Encyclopedia that will be released this August. Hoth Bricks is reporting that it will be a character from the Phoenix Tribe named Firox.
(Hat Tip: The Brick Fan)
There are some new details from DC All Access and Gamespot coming out of E3 for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. In the videos below, you can see some gameplay footage of what appears to be the first stage of the game where you begin in space. Here you fly around in a side-scrolling stage collecting power-ups and defeating Joker’s minions.
Another cool feature is the Suit Wheels that various characters have including Batman, Robin, and Cyborg. Cyborg has a number of different suits including Magnet, Space, Giant, Sonar, Demolition, and Stealth.
Some other things that Game Director Arthur Parsons mentioned was the game hub will look like The LEGO Movie and will have many locations like the Batcave, Hall of Justice, the Watchtower, and Hall of Doom. There will also be a bonus exclusive minifigure for pre-ordering but that is a secret for now.
Check out the videos below for some cool gameplay action.
The LEGO Lightsabers: Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker project is the latest project to get 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. It consists of what the title says, two brick-built lightsabers representing what Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader used from the Return of the Jedi. There is also a stand to display them as well as a small vignette showing the duel.