Lego Group Rejected Lego Titan From Titanfall, It Doesn't Fit Their Standards
Wow actually looked pretty nice MS why would u get rid of your only good representation of Titan from Titanfall!
are you somehow blaming MS for lego rejecting a handmade lego titan because it's not sitting happily with their family friendly image? because that's even a stretch for you, in no way did MS have anything to do with it beyond employing the man who made it
Guess MS should've paid the guy to do it with MegaBloks, they definitely would've endorsed this thing.
ahahah. You're a sad panda. I guess the lego spaceships I used to haphazardly throw together as a child before launching them at the wall full speed didn't meet the qualifications of the "lego authority". =D
lol You are such a troll lol
Well, since Lego doesn't do mature rated toys it wouldn't be approved, which I understand for the sake of the children, but man it would have been dope to see this as a lego blue print. There are other companies that may jump on this.
They did Halo(Classed as M back then?), Shocker I know... Anyway... TOYS!? What a way to milk some more cash... @Fireseed Same thing.
You're confusing MegaBloks with Lego... an unforgivable crime.
two completely separate companies... it'd be like saying MS and Sony are the same thing cuz they both release consoles and games
yeah like people said, Megabloks. they actually do a few game licensed sets. they do Need For Speed cars, they do World Of Warcraft sets, Call of Duty and of course Halo. the Halo sets aren't actually that bad.
Why are people hating on Megablocks? They are great and cheaper than lego. They also fit together with lego bricks...
Now thats BS lego. That titan lego looks damn good and up to your standards :L
They have Lego Batman, Superman, Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Barbarian, Minotaur, and various characters and/or vehicles from Harry Potter, Star Wars, Star Trek, and numerous other TV Shows, movies, and video games etc. These characters are both good and evil in terms of moral alignments. To say they don't do this is nonsense. I bet they don't know how popular the video game will or will not be and don't want to risk beforehand on a unpopular toy.
it's not about popularity, it's about the age rating of the source material. and Titanfall is adult rated. a shame because that model looked damn awesome.
Lego doesn't associate itself with m rated games or r rated movies. It's as simple as that. That's the sole reason why we have Halo Megablocks instead of Halo Legos.
That's suck, man. I love cool, gaming-themed toys and collectibles like this. I totally would've been down for a Lego Titan.
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