With LEGO® Dimensions™, you're gonna need a bigger imagination!
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The LEGO® DIMENSIONS™ Starter Pack has everything you need to set out on epic mash-up adventures filled with iconic worlds and unlikely allies as you've never seen them before. Build Batman™, Wyldstyle™ and Gandalf™, then attach them to the special LEGO Toy Tags and place them on the LEGO Toy Pad with buildable LEGO Gateway to bring them to life in the game. Add the buildable 3-in-1 Batmobile™ for extra in-game fun, and rebuild it into The Batblaster or a Sonic Batray to boost its in-game abilities. There's a whole multiverse of puzzles to solve, plus challenges and enemies to face, and when you're ready for more, collect Level, Team and Fun Packs from fan-favorite brands featuring buildable characters and rebuildable gadgets. This Starter Pack includes buildable Batman, Wyldstyle and Gandalf minifigures.
Includes buildable Batman™, Wyldstyle™ and Gandalf™ minifigures and 3-in-1 Batmobile™, each with a detachable LEGO® Toy Tag.
Rebuild the 3-in-1 Batmobile™ into The Batblaster and Sonic Batray for extra in-game abilities.
Also includes Batman's Batarang, Wyldstyle´s relic scanner and Gandalf's staff.
Activate Batman's special Grapple, Boomerang and Stealth abilities; Wyldstyle's Relic Detector, Acrobat and Master Build abilities; and Gandalf's Magic, Magical Shield and Illumination abilities to crack puzzles and overpower enemies.
Place up to 7 LEGO® DIMENSIONS™ toys on the LEGO Toy Pad simultaneously and set out on exciting in-game adventures.
Collect your favorite LEGO® DIMENSIONS™ characters and use them in-game together for a crazy mash-up multiverse.
Visit LEGO.com/DIMENSIONS for more information on this exciting LEGO® building and video gaming experience. Ask your parents' or guardians' permission before going online.
Wii U™ game system and Internet connection required.
Collect LEGO® DIMENSIONS™ Team, Level and Fun Packs to unlock additional content.
LEGO® DIMENSIONS™ characters and vehicles are required to interact with the LEGO DIMENSIONS video game.
LEGO® Toy Pad with Gateway measures over 6” (16cm) high, 7” (19cm) wide and 4” (11cm) deep.
Batmobile™ measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide (alternative 3-in-1 vehicle builds vary in size).
Rated 5 out of
Big Fun in Lego WorldsThis review is based on Lego Dimensions v1.03 which fixed some bugs in the release version and added the option to "hire a hero". This makes the game more fun, more playable, and decreases the urgency to buy additional characters just to unlock a certain door in order to obtain a golden brick (for example).
I recently bought Lego Dimensions for the Wii U and I'm having loads of fun, both alone in single player, and while playing together with my son in Co-op game play. There is a lot of humour spread throughout the game and many times you hear jokes that only an adult with certain background knowledge will get and laugh about.
The game plays smoothly and I haven't (yet?) come across any hick-up or framerate loss in the game. The graphics look fine and as expected for the Wii U console generation.
One unique bonus only the Wii U has is the possibility to separate screens while playing in co-op mode. Player 1 will play while looking at the game-pad, while player 2 plays while watching the TV. This way there's no need for a split-screen and both players only getting half of the TV-screen to move around with. Really great feature for the Wii U !
Date published: 2015-11-11
Rated 3 out of
Worst version of the GameOkay, so I've been playing LEGO Dimensions for a while and it's an incredible game. I absolutely love the concept, story, puzzles, everything. I wanted to get the best possible version of the game but unfortunately, I don't own a powerful system like the Xbox One. I bought the Wii U version and for the first few hours of playing, the game was pretty good. However, I have a little sister and she asked to play the game with me. I gave her a Wii remote to play the game with and as soon as she dropped into the game, it slowed down. The game began to lag like crazy. Just today, I was playing on the Jurassic World adventure map and the game crashed and nearly broke my Wii U. I read some online articles and watched some videos and I found that a lot of people are suffering from the same issue, specifically on the Wii U version of the game.
I highly recommend this game to any LEGO and non-LEGO fans, but I'd recommend against buying the Wii U version.
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 5 out of
Best Game Ever!And that's not a lie! We got a Wii U for Christmas and I got LEGO Dimensions. It was what I wanted most, and it's not a disappointment! The Gateway has astonishing detail and a great selection of minifigs! The Toy Pad lights up and changes colors, and you use it VERY much throughout the game. The game itself has a mixture of humor (very little CRUDE humor so far, but I've only finished the second level) and excitement! It has an excellent co-op, especially with no split screen, due to the gamepad! I like free-play even more than the levels - the worlds are so cool! But, you MUST get at least one Expansion Pack to unlock free-play. Overall, I encourage you to buy this game if you have a 32GB Wii U!
Date published: 2015-12-30
Rated 5 out of
You're The Best Around.Lego Dimensions is obviously one of the best Lego games that has ever existed and there are alot of great things I can say about it. Making a toys-to-life game out of Legos was a brilliant idea sence Legos were toys to begin with. It does a good job combining the Lego toys with the Lego video games. You get to build the stuff before using it in-game, and I always like to say that buliding them is half the fun. The gadgets and vehicles can actually be rebuilt into their rebulds in the game, which I think really emphasizes the Lego-ness of the game. The stuff with the keystones is quite groundbreaking for toys-to-life games as you constantly interact with the physical toys instead of just leaving them there. This game, like all Lego games, has alot of replay value, and that replay value gets bigger and bigger as you get more characters; geting even one character pack can unveil many hours of content. I also find the Story Packs to be nice little alternatives to makeing full games off of those movies. And then there is, of course the very best part of this game, this game is the biggest crossover in the history of anything ever! All of these great movies, TV shows & video games all coming together in this one big thing! And the people at the Lego company are the only guys who could do this because they have the rights to use the likenesses of so many intulectual properties! Any character, veichle & gadget can go anywhere, meaning that you can mash these worlds together to your hearts content. There is so much love shown for each franchise that's represented here; there's alot of stuff that only people who know the respective sources would understand. Alot of the abilities that each character has, make sense for that character, you can easily play as them in the game knowing exactally what they can do. It was wonderfull that they added even more stuff to the game, and it's because of the many franchises and characters that are in here, that fans of the game have they're own ideas of who they'd like to see in the game, including myself; and it is because of this immense potential that I hope we see alot more of this in the future.