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Dr. Who, Portal, Scooby Doo & more confirmed for Lego Dimensions

Look like TT Games’ new toys-to-life project LEGO Dimensions, have got some surprises in store. According to an official PDF-document (captured by Brickset) that has since been removed, new add-on packs including Scooby Doo, Dr. Who, Portal, The Simpsons and Ninjago will be available for $60 each.

Taking a further look at the leaked images show that fun packs will contain a character with a vehicle, level packs will contain a character with two set pieces and team packs will come with two characters, a vehicle and a set piece.

As a fan of LEGO from my childhood years, I am always impressed and amazed by the company’s collection of precious franchise licences. As a self-admitted Amiibo addict however, I’m just glad I don’t have any kids that’ll want me to drain me of funds for this.

Lego Dimensions is out in September for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems.

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Sometimes writer, wannabe animator and podcast creator that talks far too much. Coleman is a collection of atoms that formed in Gosport and relocated to London.


  1. I’m just glad I don’t have any kids that’ll want me to drain me of funds for this.

    Or in Mike’s case, buying it himself with the pretence of it being for children… – via TPoW: The App

    • Oi, I buy these things as a joint venture with my daughter. There’s no pretence, we both enjoy Disney Infinity greatly, I just prefer the figures while she prefers the game itself.