Thursday, April 9, 2015

Turaga Files - Unboxing the Legend - Exhibit 005-006-007

Back in March 2000 we didn't have any finished models for the internal sell-in and business promotion, so the mask of time and a muck up head had to do the work. Apparently it worked. Sometimes it is better to show less. By the way, does anyone still have a VHS player:)?

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  1. I surprisingly still have a small tv with a vhs player in it.

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  2. Still have one of those TV/VHS player combos, and a VHS Player lying around somewhere :)

    Super cool that VHS is how you used to advertise internally!

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  3. Can you convert the contents of a VHS tape to an mp4 formant?

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  4. Can you convert the contents of a VHS tape to an mp4 formant?

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  5. I actually have the video converted but regarding uploading it I think that is a bit problematic since it is official LEGO content and I don't want to compromise their ownership. Even though it is many years ago it is still an internal video that contains strategy and partner information. If I get the official go I will upload it right away.

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  6. Yup, I still have a VHS player - works just fine, too. :P

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  7. In the last resort, Lego could say you, what stuff you should cut off or censor to post it.

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  8. Oh man, the old Vahi design... takes me back.

    And I actually do still have a VCR; just repaired this old universal one we have, and it works like new. PAL format, probably?

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  9. See, this is what current Bionicle is missing. There's no mystery, no suspense, no reason to want to know more. If only they still had you Mr. Faber. :P

    I have 2 VHS players lol

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  10. This look so good, thank you for sweet memory.

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  11. This image shows just how epic and mysterious the lore of Bionicle was. I wish I can travel back in TIME and relive 2001 all over again.

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  13. I still have one of those VHS devices. I don't use it anymore, so I'd have to give it away. Or sell it.

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