I was searching on Knights of the Old Republic II the other day when I stumbled across these awesome custom KotOR II Lego figures made by Justin R. Stebbins, aka Saber-Scorpion. (My personal favorite of his figures is Mandalore) He also has KotOR I creations, as well as custom Lego for a bunch of other great games, including Planescape: Torment, Fallout and Metal Gear Solid. Check it out.
As I was looking around at his work, I did start thinking how awesome a full-length movie adaptation of these games with the Lego figures would be, even though I’m not normally a fan of adapting games into movies. Since their lips don’t move, you could use the original voice readings from the game. One of my favorite things about Lego is how easily it lends itself to stop-motion animation.
Actually, though, I know there are video game adaptations of various franchises using Lego characters… maybe KotOR III should be done in that style, appealing to two fan-bases at once? And of course, Fallout: Lego Island practically writes itself… no, maybe that wouldn’t be a good idea.