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Epic Games, Lego join forces for latest 'Fortnite' game

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I saw a picture in The New Paper yesterday showing a Nazi symbol at a Toys 'R' Us store at Tampines Mall made from lego pieces. I am sure that went down well....NOT.

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And why do you especially read that very rare 'The New Paper' that brings such a picture? Are you somehow addicted to find such symbols everywhere and then complaining as a method of camouflaging the addiction? Anyway, I even doubt that such a paper exists with the name 'The New Paper'. lol

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Seeing reviews it seems the joint effort makes Fortnite feels like a very different game, surprisingly close to minecraft. That would be a very clear reason why it will attract attention.

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opheliajadefeldt

Dec. 9 02:03 pm JST

I saw a picture in The New Paper yesterday showing a Nazi symbol at a Toys 'R' Us store at Tampines Mall made from lego pieces. I am sure that went down well....NOT

Just an isolated incident and you make such a hussle of it. I wonder what kind of other simple things you are worried about.

Using digital lego just to boost a game is just away of doing marketing.

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