You shall not pass.. without taking a look at this impressive LEGO recreation of The Battle of Helm's Deep from Lord of the Rings. Made by Rick-K and Big J, the diorama is 90% completed yet it's already 100% awesome. The LEGO Battle of Helm's Deep has over 150,000 pieces and 1,700 minifigs:
1,700 minifigs! This is the 150,000-piece LEGO recreation of the Battle of Helm's Deep from Lord of the Rings. It was built by Rich-K & Big J and contains over 1,700 minifigs, which is probably more minifigs than I could eat in my lifetime, but believe me, I'm still going to try anyways. Show More Summary
This isn't the first time we've seen the wettest battle from the Lord of the Rings trilogy recreated in LEGO, but it's easily the most impressive, at least in terms of scale. Read more...
Whimsical takes on classic entertainment franchises is a familiar theme in LEGO games. Batman, Star Wars and Lord of the Rings have all been rendered 'cute' with a LEGO skin, but could the same be said for Breaking Bad? Click here to...Show More Summary
I've seen many a custom of Saruman's tower, but this two-footer is the real deal. They went all out on this, too. It has action features like trapdoors, a light-up Palantir and an Ent figure wi...
Word's been out on the Internet since at least January about an official Lord of the Rings Tower of Orthanc LEGO set thanks to a few images making the rounds, but now it's officially official: LEGO's announced their two-foot-tall Tower of Orthanc set. They take a few liberties, so be prepared for a few very upset Tolkien scholars.
It's not quite as nice as this fanmade creation from 2011, but Lego's official Lord of the Rings Tower of Orthanc set is still pretty fantastic. For $200 US, you get more than 2300 bricks, the 28-inch-tall tower, a 9-inch-tall Ent, Saruman, Gandalf, a bunch of special feature, and more! Check the specs and more pics here. Read more...
If I wasn't getting review units of the LEGO games, LEGO Lord of the Rings is the one I would've bought with my own hard earned cash. I'm not so much into super heroes, I've never read a Harry Potter book (my bad) or seen a movie, and I gave up on Star Wars when it became a mockery of itself (about 25 minutes into Return of the Jedi). Show More Summary
TT Games has enjoyed years of success turning licensed properties into LEGO adventures. In many ways, it seems like quite an easy gig -- simply take an existing license, be it Batman or Lord of the Rings, and give it a makeover with colorful bricks and slapstick humor. Show More Summary
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IGN's Guide to all the collectables in LEGO The Lord of the Ring's Overworld. In this video - all the mithril bricks, red bricks, blacksmith designs, and character unlocks in The Hobbiton area.
IGN's guide to collecting all Mithril Bricks in LEGO The Lord of the Rings. In this video - All Mithril Bricks in The Helm's Deep Overworld Area.
At this point, Feral Interactive can take pretty much any property, put it in its LEGO-fied world, and we’re sold. LEGO Les Misérables? Sure, why not? So there’s really no question about the epic tie-up LEGO Lord of the Rings ($30), just released for the Mac. Show More Summary
We told you that LEGO The Lord of the Rings was coming out this week, but if you were waiting for it to show up on Steam, you might be as disappointed as I was when I went to check it out tonight. The Steam store entry for the video game only shows PC compatibility, [...]Show More Summary
IGN's Guide to all of the Map Stones in LEGO The Lord of the Rings! Discovering a Map Stone will clue you in on nearby collectables!
LEGO The Lord of the Rings rewards minikit collecting with a Minikit Trophy Room in Rivendell that houses all of your collected minikits!
Head to Bag End in LEGO The Lord of the Rings to access your very own LEGO Customizer, where you can choose from tons of options to make your own LEGO character!
The Credits for LEGO The Lord of the Rings.
Check out IGN's Collectable Walkthrough for LEGO The Lord of the Rings in Part 3 - Weathertop. Note: This walkthrough is for the Free Play Mode collectables, for the level itself, refer to the Level Walkthrough playlist.
We’ve got lots of love for the LEGO series games. They often have an uncanny ability to capture the feel of their parent titles — in a way that’s cuter than a basketful of kittens, but much more fun. The Lord of the Rings is the latest title to join the collection, and it’s coming [...]Show More Summary