Is this what games would have looked like if Lego made them or is it what Legos would have looked like if created by Nintendo? Hard to say but this is a wonderful and creative way to bring me back to my childhood.
I really did not know what to think when they said they were making #4 but this looks impressive.
In honor of the new LOGO movie let’s take a look at the OLD and the NEW. Some of the best childhood memories I have are the hours, days, weekends spent lost in a world that I built by have and in my mind… and my bedroom. Now with a son of my own I love building with him but fear that the time spent today creating is just too virtual.
I can remember back to when I had the massive Metroplex Transformer when I was a child. He might not have looked this cool back then but through imagination we had some fantastic adventures.
1. Windows 8 Professional (operating system)
With its biggest OS rollout since Windows 95, Microsoft seeks to embrace all things computing with a one-size-fits-all operating system. Love or hate the new Start screen and app storefront, look beyond those polarizing elements, and you’ll find substantial performance improvements, numerous updates to critical features, and a largely successful effort to retain compatibility with desktop applications while also fulfilling the needs of mobile apps. Windows 8 has already spawned new designs and all sorts of hardware experiments. This bold step forward won’t appeal to old-schoolers, but its sleek, modern look just might win over a new generation of users that Microsoft must attract to remain relevant.
2. Apple iPad, 3rd Generation (tablet)
We’ve listed the third-gen iPad here because it had the biggest impact on the tablet market—it was the first to feature Apple’s high-resolution Retina display. But if you want to buy a full-size iPad now, get the fourth-gen model: It has a faster processor, better Wi-Fi capabilities, and improved LTE circuitry.