"Discovery" Aims To Fill The Minecraft VR Gap On PSVR Posted by Richard on November 13, 2017 at 08:21 PM CST:
While Minecraft has VR available for Oculus Rift And Gear VR, it sadly lacks an official version for the Playstaion VR. Last week, a game called "Discovery" launched on the PSVR, for 11.99 USD. I imagine Discovery's developer wanted to bring a Minecraft-like experience to fans who have the PSVR rather than more expensive PC and phone platforms. The game's icon even spoofs Minecraft's, consisting of three very dirt blocks arranged like The Legend Of Zelda's Tri-Force. Forum link.
Hot Wheels Adds LEGO Compatible Building Elements Posted by Richard on November 4, 2017 at 09:20 PM CST:
I found this Hot Wheels bridge set at Walmart today. The majority of the toy is prefabricated sections like most Hot Wheels track sets, but this one features a number of LEGO® compatible building elements. Some sections of the bridge also have studs and etc to build onto. At least one of the cars included has two studs on the top for some customization. Forum link.
LEGO® Iconic Cave Set Returns, Free With All LEGO S@H Purchases Posted by Richard on October 23, 2017 at 06:04 PM CST:
From today until October 31'st, all purchases on LEGO.com will get you a free "LEGO® Iconic Cave Set". Previously this freebie was offered for purchases of 50.00 USD or more. I don't see anything saying its online only, so if you have a local store give them a call and ask, since the free figures may be worth buying a cheap mixel set or something. Forum link.
VIP Exclusive Deals Running October 10th-25th Posted by Richard on October 4, 2017 at 04:35 PM CST:
If your a LEGO® VIP member with a big purchase planned, you may want to wait a few days (Unless your after the 75192 Millennium Falcon™, nobody can be too sure when or if it will be available again). Purchases made between October 10-25 will get you twice the VIP points, which is normally like getting 5% of your purchase back as coupons. If you can wait a few days, it will be like getting 10% back instead. If you DID manage to buy the new Millennium Falcon during the points special, you would be getting $80.00 USD in coupons back, instead of just 40.00. Not bad for a free loyalty card program. Then there's a free gift for spending 125.00 USD or more. It appears to be a mini LEGO store with checkout counter, though I wonder if that's actually just a stand in image for the actual set? Forum link.