Rainbow Six Siege Goes Lego in New Short Film

I'd say this is the kid-friendly version, but I've never seen a Lego person bleed like that.

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If watching a match of Rainbow Six Siege sounds appealing to you, then perhaps you'd like to see the same match made out of Lego. That's what one YouTuber did and the results are bloody.

YouTube user Blacksheep Pictures recreates video games in Lego short films. They've done Lego versions of Battlefield 4, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and Dead Rising 3, but Rainbow Six Siege is by far their longest and most elaborate film yet.

The short film plays out an entire match, from the camera drones scouting the area to disarming the bomb. Many of the game's weapons and gadgets are utilized, resulting in a lot of Lego death--some of it even from a first-person perspective.

Rainbow Six Siege isn't the only video game getting Lego-fied. Call of Duty: Black Ops III saw a YouTuber recreate a working flamethrower with Lego. Fallout 4's Fatman was also reproduced with more than 2,500 bricks.

Rainbow Six Siege was scored an 8 in our review, which said the experiences aren't always perfect, but when Siege works, there's nothing else like it.

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