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Submitted by Seedhouse 828d ago | news

LEGO The Legend of Zelda campaign continues

Nintendo Insider writes:

You may remember Michael Inglis’ LEGO CUUSOO campaign to have his computer animated concepts for LEGO The Legend of Zelda become a reality.

Unfortunately he lost out to LEGO Back to the Future, dreams of a LEGO Hyrule temporarily shattered.

That’s where Wes Talbott steps in, wielding his own Master Sword and Shield in leading the charge against LEGO once again. (Culture, The Legend of Zelda)

callahan09  +   829d ago
It's called 3D Dot Game Heroes and you owe it to yourself to play it.
Fierce Musashi  +   828d ago
I believe this is in hopes to have lego make actual sets based on LoZ. Not a game.

I could be wrong. The source doesn't seem to work for me at the moment.
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callahan09  +   828d ago
On interesting idea. That would be neat! And for the record I'd also be perfectly happy to play an actual Lego Zelda game too.

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