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Lego Nintendo Entertainment System Set Announced

Lego is making a Nintendo Entertainment System Set! Check out a video and the details about it below. According to the Nintendo of America twitter, “Bring the pixels to life with the #LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System set! Assemble your own console and retro TV, then turn the crank to make 8-bit Mario move across the screen! Add your LEGO Mario figure for even more fun!” I think this set looks really cool! I wish I didn’t suck at putting Lego…

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LEGO Super Mario Available August 1st

I'll be the first to admit that what Nintendo and LEGO revealed earlier this year was not quite what I was expecting when I heard that the two entertainment giants were going to partner together on a line of sets. While the appeal isn't likely there for adults - unless they are looking to purchase for display purposes - the market for kids is huge, and based on the reactions of my 10 and 6 year olds, it's going to be a big hit in the Roffel household.

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LEGO 76119 Batmobile: Pursuit of the Joker Review

While all LEGO sets are treated equally in the Roffel household when it comes to our likes and dislikes, a select few are elevated to ‘display’ status and find a prominent position on our shelf. An example would be the fantastic – and now retired – Wall-E set that was released a number of years ago. We found it, built it, and it has never left our living room shelf. We added another item to the shelf last week: the…

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LEGO Hidden Side – Graveyard Mystery Review

The inclusion of app support for LEGO sets goes back a long way, but somehow The LEGO Group gets better and better at integrating their sets into fun (and often times educational) mobile apps for kids. Thanks to our good friends at LEGO, we had the opportunity to review the Hidden Side – Graveyard Mystery set. Let’s take a look at the build and our thoughts on the final product! Set Number: 70420 Number of Pieces: 335 Price: 39.99 CAD…

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Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeaks Rescue

Thanks to our good friends at the LEGO Group, we had the chance to build and review one of the newest Harry Potter sets, Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeacks Rescue, based on the third film in the Harry Potter franchise, The Prisoner of Azkaban. When it comes to movie sets being recreated in LEGO form, this is one of their finest works. But is it a worthwhile investment for 79.99 CAD? Let’s dive into the build! Set Name: Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeaks Rescue…

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