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LEGO Universe

LEGO Universe was a kid-friendly massively multiplayer online game from NetDevil and Warner Brothers Interactive that was set in a place called Wonderland, where players could create their own characters and cooperate in tasks to advance them. The game had four factions, each of which had three specialties with their own ranks and gear. LEGO Universe had several worlds to explore and featured an item crafting component and many activities. The game was shut down in January of 2012.

Lego Group Confirms Game Closure

The Lego Group has sent word that LEGO Universe will close down on January 31, 2012. Developers say that the free zone has met with positive player reactions but that not enough free players were converting to paying customers.

Posted Nov 04, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Bringing Ninjago In Game

The LEGO Universe Online team has announced that the new content expansion will feature the LEGO Ninjago characters and locations.

Posted Sep 20, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Build to Your Heart's Content in New Free Zone

LEGO Universe Online has officially opened the doors on the new unlimited Free Zone where players can game in two adventure zones and one building area. Players can take advantage of the Free Zone for as long as they wish but also have the option of purchasing a $10 monthly subscription to open up the rest of the game.

Posted Aug 15, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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New Level Progression System Introduced

LEGO Universe players will want to check into the game to experience the new level progression system. Players will have the opportunity to level a bit faster, gain achievements and rewards for milestone levels and will be able to hit the new cap of level 40. Additionally, new factions, character capes and new quests will be arriving soon.

Posted Aug 08, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Going F2P in August

The LEGO Group has announced that LEGO Universe will be headed into the free to play market in August 2011. In addition, the game will be available via digital download rather than requiring the purchase of a boxed edition. Players will be able to enjoy the "Free Zone" for an unlimited amount of time or can purchase a monthly premium membership for $10/month.

Posted Jun 21, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Former Lead Developer Says Never Again

Former lead developer for LEGO Universe, Ryan Seabury, has penned an open letter outlining three reasons he will never develop another MMO again. Seabury cites the necessity of "social features" as a drawback as well as too-long development timelines and creative exhaustion as instrumental in his decision to avoid MMO development in the future.

Posted May 24, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Nexus Tower Complete, New Content Coming

LEGO Universe factions have completed the construction of the Nexus Tower. With its completion, developers will be opening its doors soon with a bunch of new content to celebrate. The new content will feature new characters, weapons, Faction-specific pets, and over 50 new missions. Additionally, players will have access to the new LEGO Universe Vault system for safe-keeping extra models and gear.

Posted May 24, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Major Update Coming Next Week

The LEGO Universe team has announced that a major update will be deployed sometime next week. The update will feature a cooperative building activity, a new racetrack and racing vehicles, bigger property plus in addition to new models, missions and rewards.

Posted Apr 26, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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John Needham Lands at Gazillion

Earlier this week it was announced that Cryptic Studios CEO John Needham was stepping down to "pursue other gaming options". Gazillion Entertainment has announced that Needham has been named its new CEO. Gazillion has published LEGO Universe, is working on Marvel Superhero Squad Online and Jumpgate Evolution among other projects.

Posted Mar 11, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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Crux Prime Opens

LEGO Universe Online players will have a new and challenging zone to play in with the opening of the Crux Prime area. Crux Prime brings a Ninjago storyline to the game to coincide with last month's release of the Ninjago toys to retailers worldwide.

Posted Feb 08, 2011 by Suzie Ford
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