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Henry Bricklider posted a topic in Brick Flicks & ComicsHello everyone, I recently finished a video project I've been working on an off again on for a few months. This is an analysis of every physical release of Chase McCain.
So, I won't be talking about an idea for the story for my hopes for a sequel, but instead the map. Please reply with thoughts and ideas both for the map and story. So, the map in terms of size I would like to see maybe it being 3 or 4 times the size of LEGO City Undercover. I think the areas that we got in the previous game could stay the same but expanded a bit and made bigger. Now for new areas, I have my ideas listed below. Snowy Mountain Area (where the Arctic stuff lives as well as the Winter Village stuff is if they included a Winter Village area) Train Yard Movie Studio Swamp (with a Swamp Police station) LEGO House Area (basically the area where the LEGO House is, and the house itself would be explore-able) I know this isn't a lot, but I would like to hear other ideas for both the map and story for a sequel if we ever got one.
Below I have listed how I would do a collectible minifigure series based on LEGO City Undercover, a LEGO game that deserves a sequel. Chase McCain (Light Blue; would be slightly updated with leg printing to keep the old one somewhat exclusive) Chase McCain (Dark Blue; updated to keep the old dark blue one from 2017 exclusive) Chase McCain (Undercover; blue hat) Chase McCain (Robber) Chase McCain (Miner) Chase McCain (Astronaut) Chase McCain (Farmer) Chase McCain (Fireman) Chase McCain (Construction) Chase McCain (Civilian) Frank Honey Chief Dunby Mayor Gleeson Rex Fury Natalia Kowalski Ellie Phillips Yes, I know most of these are Chase McCain, but in a CMF series, you would kinda have to have all his disquises in it.
I hope it's okay to post this:) I'm a small YouTuber who has recently started putting some poetry recitals to videogames. My latest is Edward Thomas's classic poem, Adlestrop, which I have combined with Lego City Undercover on the WiiU, specifically a piece of gamepay video from Bluebell National Park Station. I think they go together exceptionally well. I'd love your feedback. Best wishes, Bobbety:-)