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LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack by Warner Home Video Games



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LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Warner Home Video Games
  • Developer: Warner Home Video Games
  • Category: Action , Adventure

Product Details:

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 and quickly find themselves fighting to save all of LEGO humanity.


LEGO Dimensions

When Brick Worlds Collide
by Andrew Reiner

A toys-to-life game that puts just as much emphasis on playing with the toys as playing the game


Unlike Disney Infinity, TT Games didn't create a universal art style for all of the brands. Scooby Doo's characters are cel-shaded, whereas the Lego Movie characters appear to be animated through stop motion. All of the worlds are beautifully rendered


Chris Pratt. Christopher Lloyd. Elizabeth Banks. Gary Oldman. Stephen Merchant. Most of the original voice actors from each brand reprise their roles and are quite funny. The music in each world is also authentic


Typical TT Games Lego gameplay (which is still fun after a decade of games) with the twist of moving characters on a portal to solve puzzles


The best Lego video game in quite some time is also the best toys-to-life game of the year



Lego Dimensions is the year's best toys-to-life game, injecting the buildable fun of Lego toys into a hilarious adventure that sees Batman fighting side-by-side with Gandalf, Doctor Who, Homer Simpson, Scooby Doo, Portal's Chell, the Ghostbusters, and dozens of other well-known characters. Developer TT Games has been making great Lego games for a decade, and this is one of the studio's finest adventures yet - but it costs an arm and a leg if you want to see it all.

One of Lego Dimensions' earliest missions asks the player to put the controller down, open up a box of Lego bricks, dump them onto the ground, and follow an onscreen instruction manual to build a play set consisting of more than 250 pieces. This is an odd request for a game to make, since the process takes roughly 10 to 15 minutes to complete, but it represents Lego Dimensions' hallmark feature: a functional toy component that is both fun and an integral part of the experience.

Rival toys-to-life games, Skylanders and Disney Infinity, look great on shelves and are highly collectible, but don't offer much in terms of real-world playability outside of the rare set of spinning wheels. Lego Dimensions' toys are meant to be played with, and like any Lego set, make the imagination run wild with building possibilities.

Throughout Lego Dimensions' entire adventure, TT Games keeps the toys' appeal in the forefront, pushing players to take a break from pressing buttons to assemble a new Lego contraption, tear apart a vehicle to rebuild it in a different way, or move a minifigure to different places on the portal to trigger something within the game. Players don't have to build anything if they don't want to (the game only reads the base, not the arrangement of pieces on top), but I thoroughly enjoyed all of the building challenges and found many of the designs to be ingenious, especially given how few pieces are used for the builds.

The game itself fits nicely into the lineage of Lego titles created by TT Games. If you've played any of these Lego titles, you know exactly what to expect from Lego Dimensions: plenty of fist-swinging to smash a Lego object into a sea of bricks, followed by holding down a button to rapidly reassemble the pieces into a different form. Puzzle solving is heavily sewn into all levels, and most characters play a different role in how these riddles are completed. Minikits and secret studs are hidden in every stage.

Read the rest of the Review at Game Informer

Let creativity be the guide to a building and gaming adventure - journey through unexpected worlds and team-up with unlikely allies on the quest to defeat the evil Lord Vortech. Play with different minifigures from different worlds together in one LEGO videogame, and use each other's vehicles and gadgets in a way never before possible. LEGO Bad Cop driving the DeLorean Time Machine...why not?! The LEGO® Ninjago Masters of Spinjitsu fighting alongside Wonder Woman...yes, please! Get ready to break the rules, because the only rule with LEGO Dimensions is that there are no rules.

The LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack is all players need to begin - build the base and embark on a fantastic quest. Included in the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack:

  • LEGO Dimensions videogame
  • LEGO Toy Pad
  • Bricks to build the LEGO Gateway
  • 3 LEGO minifigures (Batman, Gandalf, and Wyldstyle)
  • LEGO Batmobile vehicle

Build the minifigure heroes and fire-up the game to start the experience, then follow the in-game build instructions to assemble the loose bricks into the LEGO Gateway, and place the structure on the LEGO Toy Pad. Expand the adventure by collecting more minifigures, vehicles, gadgets, and new levels with the purchase of three different types of expansion packs. Use whatever minifigure with whichever vehicle or gadget - go ahead... break the rules!


  • An Extreme Cross-Over. For the first time in any LEGO videogame, characters from a mix of some of the best brands in the universe join forces and battle in worlds outside of their own. A Dark Knight, a Wizard, and a LEGO Master Builder traveling together down the Yellow Brick Road is just the beginning...
  • Keep Expanding. By purchasing additional expansion packs, players can grow their collection with a variety of their favorite brands to create even more crazy combinations.
  • More is Better. Bring up to seven minifigures, vehicles and/or gadgets into the game all at once by dropping them on the LEGO Toy Pad for the most exciting and action-filled game around.
  • Play Alone or with a Friend. Players can let imagination guide their solo journey or have a friend join the adventure with co-operative, drop-in/drop-out play.
  • The Starter Pack Will Last. The LEGO Toy Pad and the videogame found in the initial Starter Pack will offer continued compatibility with future Expansion Packs for years to come. Like any LEGO building set, LEGO Dimensions is a system of play that offers continued compatibility - everything bought today or expanded with tomorrow will continue to work.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a hit!!! My kids absolutely love this game! I wasn't sure if my daughter would like it too but she loves it! It looks like fun and something the whole family can enjoy!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst video game ever This is by far one of the worst LEGO games ever and one of the worst games ever! Having to put up with these fragile LEGO pieces, not having an update to make the game work, and just the game's overall original price just makes this the worst game. Whoever would buy this game is making a big mistake, especially if you bought it for the Xbox 360. If you ever plan on buying this, I am telling you right now to don't ever buy this game.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Overrated. I had my eye on this game before it came out! Then one Christmas I got it. It was my first Christmas present I used. Then I put batman on because I don't really like wildstyle or Gandalf. (I don't really like batman either but he was the best to use.) Then I sat on my couch. Then a picture came up on my screen and told me to put the batman Lego on the thing. So I did. Then afteter that it told me to put the other characters on the pad. And I kept having to get up and put it there. Later I just decided to stay on my hard floor. After that I just went to the place where you can go to different worlds. Then I built Lego Marty Mcfly (aka the kid from the coolest movie ever!) and it would not let me. THAT WAS WHEN I REALIZED IT WAS OVERRATED!!! All I really wanted to do was go to Hill Valley but I couldn't because it said something about un supported content. So this sucked and there was no point in playing the rest of the game and sitting on a hard floor even though there was a nice couch behind me. THE COMMERCIALS SAID IT WAS THE BEST LEGO GAME EVER BUT IF I COULDDECRIBE THIS IN ONE WORD IT IS OVERRATED!!!!!!!
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really awesome game! I really like this game because it is fun, yet challenging. I also like it because it comes with LEGO bricks so you can build the Gateway and the characters included.
Date published: 2016-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great :) This game is great, it really gets you hooked especially if you play coop. I think it overall a great choice for everyone to play.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Lego game ever The quality of the attitudes are amazing and the gameplay and physics are great it looks great the lego games have really progressed far from the first one this is the best already bought two packs there are some things i dislike but i see things for the good they have so haters don't be hating can't wait for the doctor who level pack 10/10 loved the voice acting and the way i can use the figures as actual legos and the portal levels where the best.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not finished money sucker. Game was not finished you have no real freedom. Why not make a lego g.t.a game. I only had fun when I could kill the ai in hill valley . I am not a fan of batman wild side or the rip off Harry potter character. I just wanted to play as Marty or better yet my self. My days of playing are numbered I think it's time we start demanding more from video games. Why is disney infinity called infinity if phineas can not go to inside out? We need to stand up and say no more stuff we need more freedom and less rail games. That's what made minecraft and saints row the best. Do what you want. If I want to be a bad I should be allowed. If I buy a game I should be allowed to play it the way I want.
Date published: 2015-10-01
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