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  1. Following a giveaway on Humble Bundle and a heavy discount during the holiday sales, the Lego versions of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have been pulled from Steam as well as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 digital storefronts. These aren't the first games to disappear from digital marketplaces recently. Following the collapse of Telltale Games, many of their high-profile adventure games also vanished from the Steam store. Reddit user SuperMoonkey first spotted the delisting. While it's still possible to access the web pages for both Lego: The Lord of the Rings and Lego: The Hobbit, neither game can be purchased on any platform. The only way to play these games now is to purchase physical copies - or wait until they return in a digital form, if they ever do. While it might seem strange that these two games would be removed, there's been some speculation as to the reasons why. The biggest cause of delistings on digital stores comes down to licensing. Publishers that put out games often have a certain time limit on how long they are able to sell products based on films or that contain certain music tracks. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has the rights to create games based on the world of Middle-Earth, but those are different from the rights to creating games based on Peter Jackson's film adaptations of Tolkien's work. Though Warner Bros. has yet to clarify the exact situation, it's entirely possible that they have different licensing terms for the world of Middle-Earth and the Jackson films. The film licenses might have expired, leaving the publisher with the rights to the games based on the world but not the films. This would explain the removal of Lego: The Lord of the Rings and Lego: The Hobbit, but not games like Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War. We'll let you know if Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment releases an update on the situation. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  2. Following a giveaway on Humble Bundle and a heavy discount during the holiday sales, the Lego versions of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have been pulled from Steam as well as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 digital storefronts. These aren't the first games to disappear from digital marketplaces recently. Following the collapse of Telltale Games, many of their high-profile adventure games also vanished from the Steam store. Reddit user SuperMoonkey first spotted the delisting. While it's still possible to access the web pages for both Lego: The Lord of the Rings and Lego: The Hobbit, neither game can be purchased on any platform. The only way to play these games now is to purchase physical copies - or wait until they return in a digital form, if they ever do. While it might seem strange that these two games would be removed, there's been some speculation as to the reasons why. The biggest cause of delistings on digital stores comes down to licensing. Publishers that put out games often have a certain time limit on how long they are able to sell products based on films or that contain certain music tracks. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has the rights to create games based on the world of Middle-Earth, but those are different from the rights to creating games based on Peter Jackson's film adaptations of Tolkien's work. Though Warner Bros. has yet to clarify the exact situation, it's entirely possible that they have different licensing terms for the world of Middle-Earth and the Jackson films. The film licenses might have expired, leaving the publisher with the rights to the games based on the world but not the films. This would explain the removal of Lego: The Lord of the Rings and Lego: The Hobbit, but not games like Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War. We'll let you know if Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment releases an update on the situation. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  3. Hey gang! Here's the schedule for Lego! Thank you to all the volunteers! I will have your badges at the booth on Saturday morning for both days! Sean, I'm going to give Finch yours for Sunday morning! Saturday Sunday Name Shift Name Shift Jess/Todd/Christie 10-2 Sean/Finch 10-1 Brigid/Finch 2-6 Brigid/Aiden 1-4 Jess/Bill 3-6
  4. The Last of Us was a gritty tale of survival in a post-apocalyptic world that delved into society's dysfunction and the quirks of the human psyche. Many people hailed it as a high point for video games and championed developer Naughty Dog's achievement. That was years ago, but fans of the game have held onto their passion. Tim Schwalfenberg, an experienced Lego artist, was one such fan and he felt compelled to show his appreciation with an ambitious Lego build. Schwalfenberg worked on his creation for a month, pouring over 100 hours of effort into his vision. He used at least 20,000 individual pieces, an estimate that some consider to be low. The entire set takes up a space of 3.5x2 feet and truly captures the decaying look of The Last of Us' environment. That's not an easy feat to accomplish in Lego, which by its nature is more suited to orderly construction, but Tim Schwalfenberg pulled it off with masterful style. Part of what helped Schwalfenberg to achieve his goals with the piece was deciding that he would need to create some of his own custom blocks if he wanted to really take his Last of Us art to the next level. Using a 3D printer, Schwalfenberg made different pieces to add visual texture to the environment and building interiors. You can (and should, there is some fantastic creations to see) view all the pictures of Schwalfenberg's The Last of Us build and his other work on his personal gallery. View full article
  5. Jack Gardner

    See The Last of Us Recreated in Lego Form

    The Last of Us was a gritty tale of survival in a post-apocalyptic world that delved into society's dysfunction and the quirks of the human psyche. Many people hailed it as a high point for video games and championed developer Naughty Dog's achievement. That was years ago, but fans of the game have held onto their passion. Tim Schwalfenberg, an experienced Lego artist, was one such fan and he felt compelled to show his appreciation with an ambitious Lego build. Schwalfenberg worked on his creation for a month, pouring over 100 hours of effort into his vision. He used at least 20,000 individual pieces, an estimate that some consider to be low. The entire set takes up a space of 3.5x2 feet and truly captures the decaying look of The Last of Us' environment. That's not an easy feat to accomplish in Lego, which by its nature is more suited to orderly construction, but Tim Schwalfenberg pulled it off with masterful style. Part of what helped Schwalfenberg to achieve his goals with the piece was deciding that he would need to create some of his own custom blocks if he wanted to really take his Last of Us art to the next level. Using a 3D printer, Schwalfenberg made different pieces to add visual texture to the environment and building interiors. You can (and should, there is some fantastic creations to see) view all the pictures of Schwalfenberg's The Last of Us build and his other work on his personal gallery.
  6. Quaseymoto

    Brickfest Live Sept 17th and 18th

    https://www.showclix.com/event/brick-fest-live-richmond-va We've been approved for a table at Brickfest live at the Convention Center on the 17th and 18th of September. This is a touring LEGO convention and the video on the site says it all. Saturday, Sept 17th 9am-6pm Sunday, Sept 17th 10am-5pm We have room for up to 2 volunteers at a time to man the table. If you're interested please get in touch with me by replying here or e-mail me at quaseymoto@aol.com with what days and times you'd be available. Once I get some initial feedback I'll put up a schedule with specific openings that still need to be filled.
  7. stodd.ELBoston

    Supermegafest 4/9-4/10 2016

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    Folks, We will not have a table presence at Supemegafest, however, this is fun con to go and just be at. Many celebrities, many collectibles, and much cosplay. Tickets available at the link and at the door. Supermegafest
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    From brickfestlive.com: Visit the Milwaukee-Madison Extra Life guild at their booth in the vendor area! (Volunteer opportunities are still available!)
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