The Last Nomad
Lost in Ethiopia
- Oct 28, 2009
Lego Mad Max... Or Fallout... or any post apocalypic franchise. The "pieced-together" look of most post-apocalypic franchises would suit lego perfectly...
Its been done...lwm3398 said:Assassin's Creed
Lego luggage would make me a ridiculously happy panda. As would lego death of rats.coldfrog said:In fact, I'd go so far to say that all I need is a Lego Luggage. Come on, who WOULDN'T want one of those?
Lego Patrician, Lego Samuel Vimes, Lego Death, Lego Rincewind and the Mages...ultimateownage said:None, turning stuff into lego is a stupid idea. Besides, how the hell do you lego-ise a book?
I like this idea. I wouldn't mind the discworld. I think. Only read one book, but I did like it. Starcraft wouldn't work IMO. It started as a game, I think it would lose something in translation. All you'd be doing is downgrading the graphics. Wheel Of Time, I've read half of them, like them, but it's too big and epic for lego. But I think power rangers would work really well. Hell, combine the universes and you could have a hub thing similar to LEGO Batman. Batman just had the three seperate "stories" (then the same three) but you could have a lot more. Either that or do a full Marvel game. Or DC. Something big.Proteus214 said:Power Rangers...
yep...I would play that.
There's also been two movies, three or four games, dozens of art-books, and plenty of other visual representations of the Discworld world. It wouldn't be that hard.Abedeus said:Lego Patrician, Lego Samuel Vimes, Lego Death, Lego Rincewind and the Mages...ultimateownage said:None, turning stuff into lego is a stupid idea. Besides, how the hell do you lego-ise a book?
Exactly the same as they did to Harry Potter. Discworld has had less out-of-paper experiences than HP (Pratchett isn't a media "double U-O-R" as Rowling), so it might be harder, but they could take material from the book covers and Kirby's drawings.