Dec 3 2002, 02:32 AM
How come the story in Bionicle.com is so slow?I was reading the updates today and I saw,"Le-Koro liberated".I mean,that was like...6 months ago?Why are the web-updates so long?I mean,the Toa(not even Nuva yet) have already killed the Bohrok twins,and here,Le-Koro liberated?What's taking LEGo so long?The production of movies to accompany the scene?What do you thing?
Dec 3 2002, 02:51 AM
Yes that's true Toa Tahu....I've got to admitt that Lego is pretty slow on storys but I certainly like the movie though. Hehehehehe nice swinging Tamaru and Kongu!!!
The Legendary Super Toa.
Dec 3 2002, 05:10 AM
ya i agree they take WWWAAAAAAAAAAYYYYY to long to update the site. i mean the toa nuva are already out and bohrok kal will be in a few months. in fact we know abiot the rahikshi(i still cant that name right!) for crying out loud!
!!(so in conclusion HURRY UP LEGO!
Kahu Rider 13
Dec 3 2002, 12:45 PM
It's obvious. It takes quite a long time to make the updates, plus Templar will have other things to do, while the comics and LEGO releasing information don't take nearly as long.
Dec 3 2002, 01:10 PM
I don't think you should be so hard on Bionicle.com, I mean, it's just a link to Lego.com, along with many other links.
Dec 3 2002, 01:29 PM
GregF said somewhere that the reason for the time lag is because the website has more time to fill in the backstory that doesn't get shown in the comic books. I don't mind it at all.
Dec 10 2002, 01:40 AM
|QUOTE (Pohatu089 @ Dec 4 2002, 07:10 AM)|
|I don't think you should be so hard on Bionicle.com, I mean, it's just a link to Lego.com, along with many other links. |
Well,no offence,but I WASN'T hard on LEGO.com,but I was just curious.But if what BCBoy said was correct,then I'd forget it.After all,we get the story in comics too.Anyway,it's ok though...
Dec 10 2002, 02:01 AM
Well its not that it takes them a while to make...the real time is spent waiting for them to be approved, hence the recent number of vids/stories. there are 2 more scheduled for release before xmas.
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