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LEGO Universe Previews - PC

LEGO Universe
Game Description: The full-featured MMOG is complete with character advancement, expansive social and community features, and provides a child-safe alternative to other MMOGs on the market. As a player, you can customize your mini-figs and interact in the universe as any character you choose, providing unique opportunities for players to expand and explore with their creations.
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LEGO Universe Previews

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    LEGO Universe All Access Preview

    X-Play

    Developer Ryan Seabury gives you a preview of LEGO Universe and the game's MMO elements, storyline, factions, characters and sandbox play in this X-Play Preview of LEGO Universe.

    Posted: Aug 2, 2010 | 8,908 Views | 03:01


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    E3 2010: LEGO Universe Preview

    Brick building is only the beginning as the world of LEGO invades your home computers in this LEGO Universe preview.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010


  • The MMO Report: Thursday, August 18th

    Posted: August 18, 2011

    62,119 Views | 07:28

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, June 23rd

    Posted: June 23, 2011

    27,743 Views | 06:56

  • LEGO Universe "Build Nexus Tower" Trailer

    Posted: April 28, 2011

    1,012 Views | 00:46

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, February 10th

    Posted: February 10, 2011

    68,335 Views | 07:41

  • LEGO Universe "Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu" Trailer

    Posted: February 9, 2011

    3,311 Views | 01:31

 


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