Gamer builds Lego life-sized EVA-8 shotgun from video game Titanfall

A 20-something avid Xbox player and Lego fan has just unveiled his newest creation: a life-sized Lego replica of the EVA-8 shotgun featured in Titanfall.

Nick Jensen, also known as Nick Brick, described himself on Facebook and various other websites as a Lego builder who constructs Lego weapons from video games in life-size scale and vehicles in minifigure scale. He is a member of the Chicago Area Lego Users Group and displays many of his creations every June at the Brickworld Chicago Lego expo.

Between Jensen's YouTube profile and Flickr page, you can view a plethora of his Lego creations. He has also built replica weapons from the Halo and Mass Effect franchises, among many others, though his most recent creation is a life-sized Lego version of the EVA-8 Shotgun. It's the semi-automatic close quarters anti-personnel weapon featured in Titanfall.

Titanfall is a first-person shooter multiplayer video game that released in 2014. It was developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts exclusively for Microsoft's Xbox and Windows platforms. In Pocket-lint's brief hands-on with the title, we said it set the standard for next-gen gaming.

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Visit Jensen's pages for a closer look at some of his other Titanfall video game weaponry, such as the Smart Pistol MK5 and R-101 Compact Assault Rifle with HCOG attachment. You could also watch the video above to view more images of the Lego-fied EVA-8 Shotgun.