After two years spent bringing together characters from 30 different cartoon, television and movie properties in one massive virtual playground, Lego Dimensions is officially done.
This weeks marks the release of the final wave of toys in Lego Dimensions year two, possibly the final wave ever. If the game’s going out, adding Teen Titans, Powerpuff Girls and Beetlejuice to the mix in one fell swoop is a heck of a way to go.
The Lego Powerpuff Girls are adorable, and they’ll be hitting Lego Dimensions on September 12, alongside Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice. These are the last scheduled releases for the toys-to-life game for the time being. Ending on a high note, I’d say.
Just when you thought that it had passed, Traveller’s Tales goes and saves the best for last. The second season of Lego Dimensions wraps up on September 12 with the release of five new sets featuring The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice.
Here we are, hanging onto strains of greed and blues. Break the chain then we break down. Oh it’s not real if you don’t feel it. Unspoken expectations, ideals you used to play with—they’ve finally taken shape for us.
Lego Michael Knight, a lone crusader in a dangerous world. The world of the Lego Knight Rider. A twilight world that feels like it only exists so more exciting Lego characters can play with K.I.T.T.
Not only does Lego Batman get his own movie today, he’s also the star of Lego Dimensions’ The Lego Batman Movie story pack. The pack features a six-level adventure based on the feature film and a new adventure world to explore. It’s in stores today.
While fan are still eagerly waiting for the Lego Batman Movie and Knight Rider sets arriving next week, Lego Dimensions gives us a peek at the Goonies, Lego City and Harry Potter packs that’ll be showing up three months later.
I have not read J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter supplemental, nor have I seen the recently-released movie based on Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. I’ve just played through the Lego Dimensions’ story pack of the film. It’s fun, if a bit disjointed.
Poor Marceline. She shows up late to the Lego Dimensions’ Adventure Time party, she’s a timed Toys’R’Us exclusive in North America, and while her minifigure is excellent, many seemed to have shipped with broken toy tags, rendering her unplayable in the toys-to-life game.
Sonic the Hedgehog made his debut in Lego Dimensions last week with a level pack that sends Sega’s hero through several generations in a quest to find the Chaos Emeralds. We played through a bunch of it on Facebook yesterday. Want to see?
Doug “Rat Man” Rattmann is one of the most important characters in Portal, though he didn’t appear in either game. The message-scrawling scientist made his video game debut in Lego Dimensions’ Portal level pack, though he’s so well hidden it took more than a year to find him.
He says he’s not Dumbledore, but he obviously is, and he’s here to usher in Lego Dimensions’ seventh wave. It kicks off on November 18 with the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them story pack and Sonic the Hedgehog’s Lego debut.
Lego needs to make all of these Sonic the Hedgehog figures. Lego Dimensions tweeted out this teaser image for next month’s Sonic the Hedgehog Level Pack, showing off minifig versions of Tails, Knuckles, Big the Cat and Gun Hedgehog.
Disguised as a foreign dignitary, top IMF agent Ethan Hunt slips into the embassy party completely unnoticed, his friends Mr. T, Finn, Abby Yates and Harry Potter trailing close behind him. This is so dumb. It’s perfect.
After four months of not having to buy anything, Lego Dimensions players suddenly have a whole new wave of friends to add to their collection. The new Ghostbusters, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible, The A-Team and Harry Potter make their Dimensions debut today.
Continuing to pile on the properties into 2017, Lego Dimensions gets a massive story pack based on the upcoming The Lego Batman Movie and ‘80s David Hasselhoff on February 10.
In the latest teaser for LEGO Dimensions’ season two content, the girl from Krypton introduces us to a stranded alien botanist in search of a phone. Perhaps there is one in that odd blue box.
Supergirl is coming to Lego Dimensions late next month, but she’s not coming easy. Not only is Superman’s cousin a PlayStation 4 exclusive, her figure will only be available in Starter Packs, the full edition of the game most fans already own.
This evening at San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Bros. revealed the six game packs in Lego Dimensions’ seventh wave of content, including a level pack inspired by classic Sonic the Hedgehog, Marceline the Vampire Queen and a new Lego gateway build.