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Lego Dimensions (opens in new tab) already has one of the most entertaining campaigns in a Lego game for years but that's only the beginning of the brick-rolling action. There are veritable seas of characters to collect and build, entire worlds to explore and ultra nerdy jokes to chortle at. Whether you want to head to Hogwarts, explore Aperture Science or mind the dinosaurs of Jurassic World, there's far too much to do. Add in all those enticing abilities for

Plus, if you want to unlock everything that Lego Dimensions has to offer, you’ll need some extra abilities to access those hard to reach gold bricks and that means investing in characters who can give you the most abilities for the least amount of cash. Early tip: Get your hands on Adventure Time's Jake. He's a veritable plastic swiss army knife. Here are the the very best Lego Dimensions packs and characters so far, and we've listed the the best price for them to make sure you can complete your collection for less.

Lego Batman Movie Story Pack

Make sure you see the movie first so you don’t spoil the fun here but Lego Batman’s Story Pack is just as hilarious as you would expect. Including Batgirl and literally the most adorable Lego Robin figure you’ve ever seen, this story pack lets you rebuild your portal as the minimalist Batcave before hurtling you through the story of the movie in six levels.

Once again TT Games has outdone itself with the levels themselves but it’s even built an all new Lego Batman Movie Adventure world to explore and earn bricks in another version of Gotham. Throw in the new Batman ability to fire promotional goods with his merch gun to stun enemies and this is a hilarious and charming addition to the story packs on offer. It might seem expensive but there’s hours of story here before you even get onto the hub world, making it a serious investment of time with plenty to do and unlock. Batarangs at the ready.

Lego Batman Movie Fun Pack

Because why shouldn’t Batman have an enormous sword and a flame eyed steed? This absurd fun pack hands over a plastic version of Excalibur Batman and a horse that I just don’t think is in the movie but TT Games clearly wanted to build anyway. The Bionic Steed is ridiculously fun to build and in game you can bounce sky high as you ride around, which is equally absurd. Excalibur Batman comes with a slick upgraded cloak in real life - oooh soft - but it’s his abilities you’ll probably want him for.

This Dark Knight can interact with sword switches like Adventure Time’s Jake, vine cut, do stealth, grapple, master build and has super strength, making him a great all rounder for a multitalented team. Most importantly, Excalibur Batman gives you the cheapest access to the Lego Batman Movie adventure world so makes a great investment if you don’t fancy the Story Pack. Plus, did I mention that he has a sword?

Mission Impossible Level Pack

You’re already humming the theme song, aren’t you? Goooood. While it might seem an unlikely franchise for the Danish brick treatment, Mission: Impossible somehow fits perfectly into Lego Dimensions with one of the strongest level offerings available. Split across key scenes from the movie, the brilliant level is lengthy with plenty of variation which largely comes down to Ethan Hunt’s impressive array of abilities.

Chances are that if you’ve spent any time exploring Lego Dimensions you’ll have seen Tom Cruise’s face pop up as you attempt to extricate the odd gold brick. That’s because on top of being an acrobat, Hunt can use tech panels, fuse boxes, blow up silver bricks, use magnetic gloves to climb, interact with drone mazes and scan enemies to turn into them. While some of these are available from other characters such as Doc Brown, the combination here makes Hunt unmissable.

Adventure Time Fun Pack

If you’ve already got the Adventure Time Level and Team Packs then surely Marceline is on your must buy list. It turns out that the Vampire Queen is genuinely one of the most happy making characters to tumble out of a Fun Pack for ages. Armed with her trusty guitar she’ll happily dance away to her own music while idling but isn’t just a pretty face. Marceline can transform into a bat to flap around each level, a dog to go digging for treasures and, like Finn, has the ability to take out Red Demon bricks.

If that wasn’t enough, she’s also got stealth, tracking, acrobatic abilities and mini access. What’s not to love? Add in her incredible float instead of walking technique and her frankly ridiculous Lunatic Amp vehicle and the Vampire Queen is brilliant. Plus, if you don’t have any Adventure Time packs so far, she’ll give you the direct cheapest access to the Adventure Time hub world and has a stack of the abilities you’ll need.

Adventure Time Level Pack

Pick an enthusiastic Finn and Jake-ism and you’ll probably end up squee-ing it repeatedly during the lengthy technicolour campaign level that comes with popping Finn on your portal. It wouldn’t be grown up of me just to shout ‘Mathematical!’ but it’s testament to the heady heights of the high quality of Lego Dimensions levels that this manages to raise the bar even higher as you explore the land of OOO.

Ideally you should pair this up with the Team Pack for full on Adventure Times with the rest of the characters but Jake is in the level itself for some bro time and the Ancient Psychic Tandem War Elephant is an ultra useful vehicle to fly around on, complete with laser powers. Plus Finn’s multiple sword abilities come in handy for taking down vines, decimating Red Demon bricks and he can deflect lasers. He’s also great fun for swinging on ropes and nailing targets with his crossbow.

Adventure Time Team Pack

A perfect accessory for the mathematical Level Pack or just a different way into the gorgeous Adventure Time world, the Team Pack includes Jake, Lumpy Space Princess, BMO and LSP’s Lumpy Car. While it’s adorable to run around on BMO and the building of the little Game Boy-alike IRL is a lot of fun, you really want this pack for one reason. Jake. This shapeshifting yellow dog might just be your new best Lego friend. Not only does he have the grappling ability, tracking, digging, and rope swings, he’s also got a shapeshift ability. This lets him do sonar switches, turn into a sphere for Gyrosphere switches, have super strength, be a drill, shrink, dive and do drone mazes. Multitalented just isn’t the word. He’s a veritable stretchy Swiss army knife.

Fantastic Beasts Story Pack

Because who doesn't want a Niffler in their living room? Have all the joys of having a delightful duck-billed mole without any of the jewellery stealing chaos. The Fantastic Beasts Story Pack gives your portal a magical makeover with the intricate MACUSA doorway and hands over six huge new wand waving levels that follow the story of the movie. Like the film itself, the result is downright spectacular and Newt and co hurtle through gorgeous recreations of 1920s New York. When TT Games offers up such genuine and hilarious adaptations, why would you want to play movies in any other form? The Fantastic Beasts free roam world that’s also unlocked has another stack of gold bricks to earn and structures to rebuild, adding plenty of wizarding fun. You’d be Knuts to miss it.

Fantastic Beasts - Tina Goldstein Fun Pack

If you don’t fancy shelling out for the full Fantastic Beasts story pack, this is the perfect way to experience the beautiful hub world without the hefty price tag. With both Tina Goldstein and the ultra fun to build Swooping Evil, this little pack gives you access to the ridiculously gorgeous 1920s New York sandbox. It’s almost worth it just to fly around as Swooping Evil but if you’re looking for a multitalented character to add to your haul, Tina comes in useful in a stack of situations. Not only does she have the traditional wizard Diffindo spell, she’s also got water spray, stealth, hazard cleaner and comes in handy with her deflection ability.

Portal 2 Level Pack

If there was one franchise that could draw the gaze of the entire gaming world like Sauron’s Eye, it was always going to be Portal. Somehow TT Games has been allowed to play in Valve’s sandpit and the bricky result is glorious. From the incredible level where you’ll get that much sought after genius feeling as you solve an enjoyably tricky puzzle, to the full Aperture set hub world where GLaDOS herself - Ellen McLain - will chastise you for destroying everything in sight, this is a exceptional mash up. The humour is spot on, Lego figures utterly adorable and the only problem you’ll have is that you’ll want a full game in stud form. Oh, and I’m making a note here, there’s cake. No lie.

Simpsons Level Pack

If the early section of the full Lego Dimensions campaign felt like an unfair tease of the delights of Springfield, consider this level pack a ticket to the ultimate Simpsons theme park. Complete with can of Buzz Cola - Lego doesn’t do booze - Homer comes with his iconic car and the referential Taunt-o-Vision gadget for blowing up silver Lego bricks. The level itself revolves around Homer’s hallucinations after he consumes Chief Wiggums’ insanity peppers and is a brilliant slice of Simpsons action with plenty of humour.

Abilities wise, no one really stands out but it’s worth noting though that Homer’s car can be upgraded to the SubmaHomer which does let you destroy silver bricks underwater. As someone who spent hours despairing underwater in the Scooby Doo Adventure World, this isn’t a combo known for its frequency. Add in the intimidating Simpsons sandbox to explore with a stack of gold bricks to earn and you should definitely head down this particular yellow brick road.

Last update: Sep 22, 2017

There are currently 61 packs released in 10 waves.

The 'must-buy' label marks packs that are required to unlock 100% in Lego Dimensions.

Wave 9 - Year 2 (September 2017)

Teen Titans Go!

Powerpuff Girls




Wave 8 - Year 2 (May 2017)

Wave 7.5 - Year 2 (February 2017)

LEGO Batman Movie

Excalibur Batman

Knight Rider

Wave 7 - Year 2 (November 2016)

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Sonic the Hedgehog


Tina Goldstein

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial


Wave 6 - Year 2 (September 2016)


Adventure Time

Mission: Impossible

Adventure Time

Harry Potter

the A-Team

Wave 5 - Year 1 (May 2016)




Wave 4 - Year 1 (March 2016)

Midway Arcade™



Stay Puft

Wave 3 - Year 1 (January 2016)


DC Comics™


Sensei Wu

Doc Brown

Wave 2 - Year 1 (November 2015)

Doctor Who

Lego® Ninjago™


Bart Simpson


Wave 1 - Year 1 (September 2015)

Lego Dimensions

Back to the Future™

The Simpsons™

Portal® 2

Jurassic World™


Wonder Woman



Bad Cop








Wicked Witch





Dorothy Gale

  • Adaptational Jerkass: Played for laughs. She throws water on a MACUSA Auror to see if they melt, then blames Aquaman for it, so he gets turned into a fish. Pretty callous.
  • The Cameo: She appears in the opening of the last level of the Fantastic Beasts level pack, watching the MACUSA wizards in action, before splashing one with a bucket of water.
  • Damsel in Distress: Along with her friends, she's captured by Lord Vortech while traveling down the yellow brick road.
  • Nice Shoes: Her ruby slippers, which are one of the foundation elements.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Her fate after being captured is never shown in the Story Mode, as she isn't shown being rescued. Subverted when she starts making cameos in the Year Two Story Packs, indicating that she did become freed.

The Tin Man

  • Deadpan Snarker: His response to the Cowardly Lion spotting "something scary" over his shoulder? note Lord Vortech's portal about to capture them "What? Is it Toto again?"
  • Distaff Counterpart: One of the items you're asked to get for him is a Tin Woman.
  • Jerkass: To comically show he is in need of a heart.
  • Quest Giver: He sends the player to find things that might help him grow a heart.

The Scarecrow

  • Idiot Hero: After Batman mistakes him for the "heartless villain" of the same name, Scarecrow actually thinks he might be a villain.
  • Mistaken Identity: Once Gandalf points him out among Dorothy's friends, Batman immediately assumes him to be his foe of the same name.
  • Simpleton Voice: He talks like this. Well, he doesn't have a brain.

The Cowardly Lion

  • Cowardly Lion: The Trope Namer, and the Tin Man gives him grief about it.
  • Stylistic Suck: Being based on the original Wizard Of Oz film, he looks more like a man in a cheap lion costume and make-up than Laval, an actual lion.

Aunty Em

  • Escort Mission: She can be found in the Adventure World trying to get back to her house, having gone looking for Dorothy, to no luck.

The Munchkin Mayor

  • Quest Giver: Tasks you with finding pieces of the Yellow Brick Road that were stolen by Flying Monkeys.

Talking Tree

  • Improvised Weapon: He uses his own apples and branches as projectiles against the heroes(and the Aperture Sentry Turrets later on).
  • When Trees Attack: Naturally.

The Wizard

  • Distressed Dude: The Citizen in Peril for "Follow the LEGO Brick Road".
  • Escort Mission: He has to be protected from attacks as he flies his balloon across Oz.
  • Nice Hat: A top hat.
  • Black Comedy Burst: Considering the Simpsons is a bit more sardonic than some of the other franchises here, the characters tend to lean more towards darker humor, even if they're Lighter and Softer here. Your main characters here are a G-rated alcoholic who nearly blows the power plant up and yells at his own son, said son who loves causing trouble and graffiti's if left idle, and a clown with depression who makes obvious references to anti-psychotics and the horrid food he advertises.

Homer Simpson

Homer joins forces with some unlikely heroes to defend Springfield from attack.

  • Adaptational Badass: In the show proper, Homer's fighting abilities and skills varied Depending on the Writer. Here, while he makes a fool of himself in the story mode, in gameplay, he's capable of using his belches to shatter glass and grow in size and strength from sheer rage. Also, he's able to at least eat an Insanity Pepper on his own, when in the original episode, he needed to coat his mouth in candle-wax just to swallow it.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Well, he's not at his nicest, but some of his less family-friendly behaviour is left out. He yells "Why you little!" at Bart, but makes no attempts to strangle him. Some of his actions in "The Mysterious Voyage of Homer" are left out too, like threatening his spirit guide with violence, attempting murder-suicide by wrecking the lighthouse, and acting like a drunken jackass in previous cookoffs. He actually isn't drunk at all here.
  • Ascended Fanboy: He's a fan of B.A. Baracus and Wonder Woman, and they don't seem too reluctant to have him around.
  • The Alcoholic: Averted. His official artwork shows him with a can of Buzz cola instead of the usual Duff beer.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: After making an ass of himself in the main story, and spending his own level on a fruitless search for a soulmate, he finally reunites with Marge.
  • Butt-Monkey: Let's see. Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle ruin his house; he gets his pants stolen by a micromanager; gets sent to 1885 Hill Valley along with Kwik-E-Mart; gets stuck on a wrecking ball that bashes him repeatedly against Aperture equipment; the Doctor, Cyberman, Ethan Hunt, and Betelgeuse make fun of his weight; Sonic mistakens him for Eggman; a slew of obstacles makes it difficult for him to even traverse around Springfield in his level; any time he double-jumps or falls from a high place, he falls on his face, then his butt; and his reactions to going through a rift aren't an overexcited or annoyed line like the other characters, it's just him screaming.
  • Call-Back: He gets stuck on a wrecking ball again.
  • The Cameo: If the Locate Keystone in the Back to the Future level pack is found and activated, Homer will briefly appear driving his Mr. Plow truck.
  • Dirty Coward: Homer is an extremely out-of-shape man in his mid-thirties, so when Lord Business' forces lay siege to the power plant, Homer's response is to shriek and try to save his own skin by telling the Micromanagers this.

Bart Simpson

Homer's son enjoys getting up to mischief around Springfield, but now he's helping his father defend it from outside forces.

  • Brats with Slingshots: His main weapon.
  • Callback: Bart's vehicle is his racer from Saturdays of Thunder.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: On occasion, if they're both active at the same time, Batman will muse whether Bart is indeed the mysterious vigilante known as Bartman, then decide he can't be.
  • The Voiceless: Bart never speaks at any point during the game- neither during the Simpsons levels, nor when playing as him. This is quite a contrast from his rebellious quipping in his source franchise.

Krusty The Clown

Springfield's resident entertainer takes up the challenge of defending Springfield from outside threats.

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Lego Dimensions is a Lego-themed action-adventure platform crossover toy-to-life video game developed by Traveller's Tales and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It follows the toys-to-life format, in that the player has Lego figures and a toy pad that can be played within the game itself where it features characters and environments from over 30 different franchises.


There is an ancient planet at the center of the Lego Multiverse inhabited by an evil mastermind, Lord Vortech. It is said that he who controls the Foundational Elements that this planet is built upon, controls all of the Multiverse. Lord Vortech has vowed to be that ruler, summoning characters from a variety of Lego worlds to help him find these building bricks of Lego civilization. Some have agreed. Others have rebelled. And only the combined powers of the greatest Lego heroes can stop him.

When a mysterious and powerful vortex suddenly appears in various Lego worlds, different characters from DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings and The Lego Movie are swept away. To save their friends, Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle bravely jump into the vortex. As they journey to locations beyond their wildest imaginations in search of their friends, they soon realize that Lord Vortech is summoning villains across different Lego worlds to help him gain control. As his power grows and the worlds collide, many unexpected characters meet and all boundaries are broken. Our heroes must travel through space and time to rescue their friends before Vortech destroys all of Lego humanity.

Why It Needs A Bigger Imagination

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Lego Dimensions received positive reviews from critics, gamers and fans alike. The version of PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U (despite having the porting disaster) received "generally favorable reviews", according to review aggregator Metacritic.

UPDATE: Since I posted this article I’ve written up a massive guide in which I review every Lego Dimensions year 1 character. That’ll be far more useful to you than this article (which is now out of date), so you can find it by clicking here.

That said, Warner has been announcing each new figure and licence in such a bitty, piecemeal fashion that it’s been pretty hard to keep track of absolutely everything due for release.

That’s where yer old man Scullion comes in. Here’s a complete list of everything planned for release for Lego Dimensions to date: what you get in each pack, when it’s released and how much it costs.

First though, a brief recap of everything you need to know:

Lego Dimensions, then. What is it?

Long story short, it’s the 18th entry in Traveller’s Tales’ series of licensed Lego games, and looks set to be the best.

Its daft story is really an excuse to merge characters from umpteen different licenced franchises, bringing the likes of The Simpsons, Ghostbusters, Back To The Future, Doctor Who, Portal 2 and Jurassic World together.

A bit like Disney Infinity then?

Well, sort of. You see, Disney Infinity restricted gameplay to an extent: if you were playing through any of the game’s Playsets (i.e. Story modes), you could only use characters from that particular franchise. Try playing through the Monsters University one as Jack Skellington and you’d be told to get stuffed. Well, you’d just get an error message.

Lego Dimensions won’t have such restrictions: any character can be summoned in any level. If you’re playing through the Lord Of The Rings stage and fancy bringing Wonder Woman and Scooby Doo into the mix, there’s absolutely nothing stopping you.

But it’s just a big story mode with levels in it though? There’s no open-world bits?

No, there are also special Adventure Worlds that offer standalone areas to explore. If you’ve played more recent Lego games like The Lego Movie Video Game and Lego Jurassic World, they’re a bit like the hub sections in those games: large free-roaming areas with little missions and the like dotted around.

You unlock these Adventure Worlds by scanning a character from that particular franchise.

Gah. So I need to buy every single bloody character to unlock every stage?

Not necessarily. To unlock an Adventure World you just have to place any character from that franchise on the base. So, for example, if you want to play the Adventure World for The Simpsons you only really need to buy, say, Krusty the Clown. Buying Bart and scanning him won’t add anything else (other than the ability to play as Bart, obviously).

Right. What do you get with the Starter Pack?

Here’s everything you get:

• The Lego Toy Pad (the big portal thingy), which you obviously have to build yourself. Lego, innit.
• Three figures: Wyldstyle from The Lego Movie, Gandalf from The Lord Of The Rings and Batman from… um, Batman.
• The base game, which includes a Story mode with stages set in many of the licenced worlds. So you can play a Portal level, say, without needing to buy any Portal figures.
• The Batmobile, which you also have to build. Placing it on the base spawns a Batmobile in the game.
• Because of the three figures you get, you also obviously unlock the Adventure Worlds for The Lego Movie, DC Comics and The Lord Of The Rings.

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And how about the other packs?

Right then. Here’s where it gets a little bit complicated (and a big bit expensive).

All the additional stuff for Lego Dimensions comes in three different forms: Level Packs, Team Packs and Fun Packs. Here’s how they differ:

• Level Packs (around £29.99) – Contain a brand new level based on a specific franchise, as well as a figure and two vehicles/gadgets from that franchise.
• Team Packs (around £29.99) – Contain two figures from a specific franchise and two vehicles/gadgets from that franchise.
• Fun Packs (around £14.99) – Contain one figure from a specific franchise and one vehicle or gadget from that franchise.

The initial batch of 37(!) packs will be released in five waves between September 2015 and May 2016, just so you aren’t blowing around £600 (yes, I know) all in one go.

Here’s the full list of every wave, what you get in each pack, and an Amazon link if you fancy buying anything. Buy them through Tired Old Hack and while it won’t cost you any extra, Amazon give me a few pence each time which helps go towards site fees like storage costs and that deliciously witty domain name.

Note: Not everything is listed on Amazon yet, so there will be some without links. I’ll add these once they’re listed for sale or pre-order.


US – 27 September 2015
UK – 29 September 2015

Lego Dimensions Starter Pack
Toy Pad, Lego Dimensions game, Wyldstyle, Batman, Gandalf, Batmobile
Amazon Xbox One – UK, US
Amazon PS4 – UK, US
Amazon Wii U – UK, US
Amazon Xbox 360 – UK, US
Amazon PS3 – UK, US

Level Pack: Back To The Future
‘A Hill Valley Time Travel Adventure’ level, Marty McFly, DeLorean Time Machine, Hoverboard
Amazon – UK, USA

Level Pack: The Simpsons
‘A Springfield Adventure’ level, Homer Simpson, Homer’s Car, Taunt-o-Vision
Amazon – UK, USA

Level Pack: Portal 2
‘A Portal 2 Adventure’ level, Chell, Companion Cube, Sentry Turret
Amazon – UK, USA

Team Pack – Jurassic World
Owen Grady, Velociraptor, ACU, Gyrosphere
Amazon – UK, USA

Team Pack – Scooby Doo
Scooby Doo, Shaggy Rogers, Mystery Machine, Scooby Snack
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Cyborg (DC Comics)
Cyborg, Cyber-Guard
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Wonder Woman (DC Comics)
Wonder Woman, Invisible Jet
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Cragger (Lego Chima)
Cragger, Swamp Skimmer
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Eris (Lego Chima)
Eris, Eagle Interceptor
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Laval (Lego Chima)
(Laval, Mighty Lion Rider)
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Bad Cop (The Lego Movie)
Bad Cop, Police Car
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Benny (The Lego Movie)
Benny, Benny’s Spaceship
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Emmet (The Lego Movie)
Emmet, Emmet’s Excavator
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Jay (Lego Ninjago)
Jay, Stormfighter
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Nya (Lego Ninjago)
Nya, Samurai Mech
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Zane (Lego Ninjago)
Zane, Ninjacopter
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Legolas (The Lord Of The Rings)
Legolas, Arrow Launcher
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Gimli (The Lord Of The Rings)
Gimli, Axe Chariot
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Gollum (The Lord Of The Rings)
Gollum, Shelob the Great
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – The Wicked Witch (The Wizard Of Oz)
The Wicked Witch, Winged Monkey
Amazon – UK, USA


US – 3 November 2015
UK – 6 November 2015

Level Pack – Doctor Who
‘An Adventure In Space And Time’ level, Twelfth Doctor, TARDIS, K-9
Amazon – UK, USA

Team Pack – Lego Ninjago
Kai, Cole, Blade Bike, Boulder Bomber
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Unikitty (The Lego Movie)
Unikitty, Cloud Cuckoo Car
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Bart Simpson (The Simpsons)
Bart Simpson, Gravity Sprinter
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Krusty The Clown (The Simpsons)
Krusty The Clown, Clown Bike
Amazon – UK, USA


US – 19 January 2016
UK – 22 January 2016

Level Pack – Ghostbusters
‘A Spook Central Adventure’ level, Peter Venkman, Ecto-1, Ghost Trap
Amazon – UK, USA

Team Pack – DC Comics
The Joker, Harley Quinn, The Joker’s Copter, Quinn-Mobile
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Doc Brown (Back To The Future)
Doc Brown, Travelling Time Train
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Cyberman (Doctor Who)
Cyberman, Dalek
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Sensei Wu (Lego Ninjago)
Sensei Wu, Flying White Dragon
Amazon – UK, USA


US – 15 March 2016

Level Pack – Midway Arcade
‘Over 20 Classic Arcade Games’, Gamer Kid, Arcade Machine, G-6155 Spy Hunter
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Aquaman (DC Comics)
Aquaman, Aqua Submarine
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Superman (DC Comics)
Superman, Hover Pod
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Stay Puft (Ghostbusters)
Stay Puft, Terror Dog
Amazon – UK, USA


US – 10 May 2016

Fun Pack – Bane (DC Comics)
Bane, Bane’s Drill Tank
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Slimer (Ghostbusters)
Slimer, Slime Shooter
Amazon – UK, USA

Fun Pack – Lloyd (Lego Ninjago)
Lloyd, Lloyd’s Golden Dragon
Amazon – UK, USA

Jesus. So let’s say I just want to be able to play every level and every Adventure World, but don’t necessarily want to buy any more characters than I need to.

Then yer man Scullion is here to help again.

Here’s a shopping list for that very situation: this is how to access every level and Adventure World in the game by spending as little money as possible.

A warning though: it’ll still be expensive.

1) Starter Pack
2) Level Pack – Back To The Future
3) Level Pack – Portal 2
4) Level Pack – The Simpsons
5) Team Pack – Jurassic World
6) Team Pack – Scooby Doo
7) Fun Pack – Cragger OR Eris OR Laval
8) Fun Pack – Jay OR Nya OR Zane
9) Fun Pack – The Wicked Witch
10) Level Pack – Doctor Who
11) Level Pack – Ghostbusters
12) Level Pack – Midway Arcade

Boom. Sorted. And it’ll only cost you… um… £379.88.

Ach, that’s nothing. I’ll take two of each.

No. It’s mental. I’m not keen on dropping that much money without having some sort of indication of its quality.

Then keep your sights on Tired Old Hack for the foreseeable future. I’ve fallen a wee bit for the idea of Lego Dimensions and I plan to collect at least the items listed above, and maybe a few more of the figures too.

As I play through them I’ll be posting video and written reviews of each level pack and character pack so you can see for yourself exactly what you’re getting.

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