Lego Dimensions for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Lego Dimensions

Sep 27, 2015
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Content Rating: Everyone10+


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.

Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
Alex SeedhouseOct 28, 2015
Away from the witty script, it is the imaginative ways in which the LEGO Toy Pad is used that make LEGO Dimensions stand apart from its toys-to-life competitors. A successful foundation in which to build, Activision and Disney Interactive have much to learn from the creative vision displayed by TT Games.
Ben TyrerSep 25, 2015
Overall, the starter kit is a qualified recommendation. Even as a self-contained game, it’s delightfully bizarre in a way few will expect but many will appreciate, and the use of the portal is genuinely clever throughout the core gameplay. But, on the flipside, if you don’t want to commit to any other purchases, know that throughout your adventure you’ll suffer a disappointing pattern of spotting cool, exciting new stuff only to find that you’re resolutely locked out of it... and that will grate more than the eye-watering initial price.
Jeremy ParishNov 16, 2015
LEGO Dimensions feels like the bare minimum required to qualify as a video game in this day and age—it's a shallow, repetitive experience that leans heavily on the appeal of LEGO toys and a dozen very expensive licenses... which probably explains why the $99 starter set only gives you access to a fraction of the total game content. There's nothing necessarily wrong with the toy expansion concept, but Dimensions' only advantage over its better-designed (and less expensive) competitors is the appeal of its license. Between its high cost, lowbrow design, and kid-addicting façade, Dimensions feels downright predatory. But the fanservice is great!


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