Published On: Sat, Mar 14th, 2020

First Mario, Zelda And Metroid Next? LEGO Wants To Create More Nintendo-Themed Sets

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Don’t get us wrong, a Super Mario Lego exhibit progressing this week was good and all, though where are The Legend of Zelda and Donkey Kong sets? They’d be amazing, right? If you’re still devising what else Nintendo and LEGO could eventually come adult with, a good news is there seems to be a genuine possibility of it happening.

During a new talk with LEGO fansite The Brothers Brick, Design Manager during a LEGO Creative Play Lab and Digital Design Lead for LEGO Super Mario – Jonathan Bennink – was asked if Nintendo’s other array could eventually be remade into LEGO sets.

While he couldn’t share “any specifics” only yet, he did contend a LEGO group was open to a idea:

They [Nintendo] have a lot of unequivocally sparkling IPs that we competence do or competence not do.

LEGO apparently hasn’t worked with Nintendo for a past 4 years only to recover one wave, either. It’s anticipating for a long-term partnership with a Japanese video diversion giant:

we haven’t worked for 4 years to recover only one call of products. We wish to have a prolonged and cultivatable attribute with Nintendo and their IPs, and we are unequivocally looking brazen to operative with them on a longer-term.

So, there we go – Nintendo and LEGO’s partnership could go good over Super Mario sets. Are there any sold sets we would like to see? Leave a criticism below.

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