The Final LEGO Dimensions Level Pack Is Out Today, And It's A Doozy

Superman, Aquaman and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man join the ranks of LEGO Dimensions’ cross-property cavalcade today, but the biggest addition is the Midway Arcade Level Pack, loaded with 20 playable LEGO-ized arcade classics.

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Did you know Warner Bros. owns the rights to all of Midway’s classic arcade games? They do, which explains the inclusion of *deep breath* Seven Twenty, Badlands, Blasteroids, Championship Sprint, Defender, Defender II, Gauntlet, Gauntlet II, KLAX, Joust, Joust 2, Marble Madness, Paperboy, Rampage, Road Blasters, Robron, Spyhunter, SuperSprint, Timber, Toobin, Cyberball, Vindicators and Xybots in the final Level Pack for LEGO toys to life game.

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Sneaky, putting an arcade game compilation in LEGO Dimensions.

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Along with the games there’s also an entire arcade world for the Arcade Kid minigiure to explore with his faithful buildable companions, Spy Hunter car and arcade cabinet.

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The Midway Arcade Level Pack for LEGO Dimensions is available today for $29.99 MSRP, though I’ve seen a couple of places selling it for $19.99, which is a steal.

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Aquaman, Superman and Stay Puft Fun Packs should be somewhere between $10 and $15, depending on where you get em. I’ll be playing with the new content later today, and will let you folks know how it goes.


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drgnrbrn316
drgnrbrn316

I’ve been interested in investing in Lego Dimensions since I’ve always loved the Lego games (repetitive though they may be), but the ever growing list of things to buy has kept it at only an interest.

If this is the last level pack, then I might be able to justify buying in, since there’s an end in sight.

Out of curiosity, what’s the absolute minimum you’d need to buy to have access to all parts of the game?