Video Mondaily – Seb shows off his Minecraft

As we had my thoughts on Minecraft in review form a few days ago it seems only fitting that this weeks Video Mondaily be on Minecraft. More to the point it’s all about MY Minecraft. That’s right! This isn’t one of those “how to survive in Minecraft” videos which have been done to death ever since BlueXephos became so famous off of theirs (and I do think that’s probably their biggest claim to fame). No, what my video is about is simply showing you what I’ve done in Minecraft. Because it’s about reminding you lot of the most important part of Minecraft: the fact that YOU choose what YOU want to do. I have to say though… It feels weird to actually have a message to get across here instead of just showing off an awesome game… Huh…

What next eh? You’ll be telling me that next I’m going to start being able to predict what happens in the world of gaming… Oh that’s already happened has it? Twice? Well… How about that…

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Lego Lord of the Rings

Now that we have the serious stuff out of the way, it’s time to talk more about Gaming!

So yeah! As the title and picture suggest, there is a Lego: Lord of the Rings Game in the making and it will be coming out next Summer. Now I’m not jumping up and down with excitement, but I would like to point out that I played the first Lego: Star Wars and if they have kept the same formula from that then this would probably be a right laugh to play.

Because yes… I enjoyed the original Lego Star Wars… Wanna fight about it?

Battle of the Brick – Stop Motion Awesome

Kooberz studios, the ones responsible for Bricks of War┬áhave come out with another piece of stop-motion lego awesomeness! It’s a fair bit longer than Bricks of War (a full 25 minutes of lego combat) and this time features the Halo universe.

The film centres around a Multiplayer match of Capture the Flag on Zanzibar (it looks like it’s probably Halo 3!) and is absolutely amazing. You should make some time to watch it when you can, here after the jump:

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Bricks of War: Because the world just didn’t have enough awesome in it…

A previously unheard of (by me anyway) Youtube channel/group has come out with a short Gears of War video using Lego figures and stop action. It is unquestionably one of the coolest and most impressive things I have ever seen done with Lego (and it’s definitely in the top most-awesome-things-done-ever of all time as well for that matter!). I won’t say more just trust me and check the video here after the jump!

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