As you may or may not be aware, LEGO is doing this crowd sourcing thing, to get idea for new types of LEGO. The idea is this — if you come up with an idea for a new LEGO product, and get 10,000 people to support that idea, LEGO will take the concept into consideration. As you might expect — more than a few video game ideas have come up, and one of those is for Zelda LEGO.
The Zelda LEGO concept has just hit 10,000 supporters, which means that LEGO will actually take a serious look at whether or not to produce Zelda LEGO. Part of that investigation will no doubt look at the licensing difficulties — my honest opinion is that this Zelda LEGO will most likely never get made, which is a shame, because the creator of the idea has put a lot of work into getting the presentation right.
Look a little deeper into things, however, and you'll find a plethora of video game related LEGO projects, begging for your support. Some good... some a little bit terrible. I don't know how I feel about this Tetris Autobot looking thing — well, it looks awesome, but I don't know if it's something that could feasibly be made!
And don't get me wrong — I love Penny Arcade — but Gabe and Tycho LEGO? Really? Well, it might be funny...
Incredibly an application for EVE Online LEGO has actually garnered more than 10,000 supporters, meaning that LEGO are currently considering making a LEGO package for The Rifter! Insane.
Oh, and while we're talking about LEGO projects — everyone should write and complain about LEGO rejecting this awesome idea.