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LEGO Dimensions Winter 2016 Wave Expansion Packs Now Available for Pre-Order

The Winter 2016 wave of LEGO Dimensions expansion packs are now available for pre-order on Amazon. These sets were first revealed along with a new trailer featuring Christopher Lloyd reprising his role as Doc Brown. He also has a minifigure coming out with the Back to the Future Doc Brown Fun Pack. This wave of LEGO Dimensions expansion packs will be available beginning on January 19, 2016 and will run through May 2016 for some. Below are the rest of the wave.

LEGO DC Comics Team Pack (71229) – $24.99

LEGO Ninjago Sensei Wu Fun Pack (71234)

LEGO DC Comics Superman Fun Pack (71236) – $14.99

LEGO DC Comics Aquaman Fun Pack (71237) – $14.99

LEGO Ninjago Lloyd Fun Pack (71239) – $14.99

LEGO DC Bane Fun Pack (71240) – $14.99


LEGO Dimensions Lord of the Rings Sauron Minifigure Coming in the Future?

LEGO Dimensions Lord of the Rings Sauron

Earlier today, Warner Bros released a new LEGO Dimensions trailer featuring Christopher Lloyd and the Back to the Future Doc Brown Fun Pack (71230). Clearly the focus was on the Doc Brown character but if you watched closely at the trailer at the 2:00 mark, they show a glimpse of Sauron from Lord of the Rings.

As we know by now, there wasn’t an official Sauron LEGO minifigure released when the theme was still going and many fans have been waiting for that particular minifigure. LEGO Dimensions could be a platform to release Sauron whether it be in a Fun Pack, a Team Pack, or even a Level Pack since there are already some LOTR characters already announced in the game such as Gandalf, Gollum, Gimli, and Legolas. We’ve already seen many exclusive minifigures for LEGO Dimensions that will be included in the game so I wouldn’t be that surprised if we see Sauron be added in the future.

What do you guys think? Do you think that a Sauron LEGO minifigure could be coming to LEGO Dimensions? Let me know in the comments.


LEGO Dimensions Confirms Portal 2 and Doctor Who Level Packs

LEGO Dimensions

Many of you may have saw this on Brickset while I at work but apparently LEGO has decided to publish the instructions (now removed) for the LEGO Dimensions Back to the Future Level Pack (71201) which confirms the LEGO Portal 2 and LEGO Doctor Who themes for the upcoming toys-to-life game. Other themes that have been newly revealed for LEGO Dimensions include Scooby-Doo Team Pack (71206) and The Simpsons Level Pack (71202) which we already could tell from the blurry image we saw last month as well as Jurassic World Team Pack (71205).

LEGO Dimensions The Simpsons Level Pack (71202)

LEGO Dimensions Jurassic World Team Pack (71205)

LEGO Dimensions Scooby-Doo Team Pack (71206)

The Portal 2 Level Pack (71203) includes a Chell minifigure, a Weighted Companion Cube, and Sentry Turrent. The Doctor Who Level Pack (71204) includes Peter Capaldi’s Doctor, the TARDIS, and K-9. Also in the Doctor Who instructions (now removed), the licensing page mentions Dalek and Cyberman so could we possibly be seeing them in future packs?

LEGO Dimensions Portal 2 (71203)

LEGO Dimensions Doctor Who Level Pack (71204)

For the Jurassic World Team Pack (71205), we have the Owen and ACU Trooper minifigures, a brick-built Velociraptor, and what appears to be the gyrosphere. Surprisingly, the Owen minifigure will be the second set for the character considering that he’s the main character in Jurassic World and he’s only in the Raptor Rampage (75917) set. For the Scooby-Doo Team Pack (71206), we have the Scooby and Shaggy minifigures, the Mystery Machine, and a pile of food.

If you’re just wanting some of the new characters like Chell and the Doctor and was wondering if the minifigures come off the bases for your enjoyment, rest assured that they … Continue

More LEGO Dimensions Expansion Packs Revealed by Walmart

There’s some new LEGO Dimensions news coming out of Brick Inquirer in regards to some unannounced Fun, Team, and Level expansion packs. The new information comes directly from Walmart’s product listings of the LEGO Dimensions packs and they kind of confirm some of the minifigures we saw on the top of the blurry box image.

For the Fun Packs, Walmart has listed Laval, Eris, and Cragger, all of whom we could already make out in the image.

For the Team Packs, Jurassic World and Scooby-Doo were listed. We can already make out from the image that Scooby and Shaggy are shown but I’m not sure which minifigure is for Jurassic World though.

Finally for the Level Packs, we have the Simpsons because we can clearly make out the Homer and Bart minifigures. The second Level Pack revealed is a real shocker to many but not to Just2Good who was one of the first to draw a conclusion based on the blurry image, Portal. Yes, the video game Portal. If you remember, the Thinking With Portals! project on LEGO CUUSOO hit 10,000 supporters but eventually did not pass the review stage. It seems that LEGO has been gathering up licenses that didn’t pass CUUSOO/Ideas and implementing them into LEGO Dimensions. The first was The Wizard of Oz and now potentially Portal. Keep in mind price in the screenshot below is a placeholder.

Unfortunately, it is still too early to see the images of the expansion packs but this pretty much confirms that we’ll be getting more … Continue

LEGO Dimensions Minifigures Confirmed Removable From Bases

LEGO Dimensions

For those who are wondering if the minifigures on the bases for LEGO Dimensions can be removed or not, there’s some good news. LEGO has pretty much confirmed that the minifigs can be removed from their RFID bases which has been a concern for many who have been waiting for a definite answer on this issue before they are sold on the new interactive video game. You can now rest assure that the minifigures can be added to your LEGO collection without harming any of the components.


Let the LEGO Dimensions Character Guessing Game Begin!

Deskp on Eurobricks has posted a image of the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack box which shows a list of characters that will be in some of the expansion Fun Packs, Team Packs, and Level Packs. We already know a lot of them during the reveals last week but there are still some that are a mystery. The image shows the top of the box but rotated using Photoshop so it’s still blurry.

For some of the future characters, I already noted them in my speculation post but there are a few that raises more questions than giving answers. One of the characters is listed as #3. Many people on the forums have been guessing that it is Chell from Portal video game series. Way back in 2012, the Thinking With Portals! project on LEGO CUUSOO reached the review stage but ultimately failed at becoming an official set. In 2013, the Wizard of Oz set also reached the review stage and didn’t pass either but the theme will officially be used in LEGO Dimensions later this year. If that third character on the box is actually Chell, that means that LEGO has obtained a licence to create a minifigure of her as well. Plus it makes sense since a Portal would completely fit in with the LEGO Dimensions.

Now that we’ve seen the top of the box at a different angle, who are your guesses for the characters listed? Click on the image above to see a larger version. Guessing is fun but we … Continue

LEGO Dimensions Future Theme Speculation

LEGO Dimensions

Now that we’ve had time to soak in the announcement of the new LEGO Dimensions with the Starter Packs and the Expansion Packs and seen the LEGO themes that have been revealed so far, let’s take a look at what other themes we could be seeing in the future being included in the video game. We can see from the image above that the top of the box shows lots of minifigures from the Fun, Team, and Level Packs that have already been revealed and even some that haven’t been announced yet. This is purely a speculation post and feel free to comment below on what themes you would like to see to be included in future LEGO Dimensions expansion packs.

Back to the Future

This theme is pretty much confirmed with the Back to the Future Level Pack which includes Marty McFly, the DeLorean Time Machine, and the Hoverboard. Whether or not we’ll be seeing other characters in the future remains to be seen.


Since LEGO Dimensions is about the minifigures, I’m not so sure that LEGO BIONICLE will fit the concept. They did have some figures during the original run but they weren’t your typical minifigures. The thing that BIONCLE has going for them is that it’s LEGO own IP.


Although LEGO City is one of the more popular themes, I don’t see it being a good fit.

DC Comics Super Heroes

DC Comics is already a shoe-in with Batman being in the Starter Packs and other characters already revealed in Fun Continue

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