The mystery machine rocks up in the latest announcement for Lego Dimensions, Scooby and Shaggy join the large roster alongside the likes of Doctor Who, Batman, Gandalf, Superman, Wyldstyle and a lot more. The team pack includes mini Lego figures of the duo along with a Lego Scooby snack and Mystery Machine, the pair both have their own abilities to bring to the show while you explore iconic areas and solve mysteries.
Fans of Scooby and Shaggy will be able to get their hands on them and the Mystery Machine on September 29th
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released the story trailer for
LEGO® Dimensions™, the upcoming entertainment experience that merges physical LEGO® brick building with interactive console game play. The game features an original story that combines characters and worlds from 14 of the most popular entertainment brands including DC Comics™, The Lord of the Rings™, TheLEGO® Movie, The Wizard of Oz™, LEGO® Ninjago,Back to the Future™, Scooby-Doo™, LEGO® Chima™, Doctor Who, Jurassic World,Ghostbusters™, The Simpsons™, Portal™ and Midway Arcade.
In the game, there is an ancient planet at the centre of the LEGO® Multiverse inhabited by an evil mastermind, Lord Vortech. It is said that he who controls the Foundational Elements that this planet is built upon, controls all of the Multiverse. Lord Vortech has vowed to be that ruler, summoning characters from a variety of LEGO® worlds to help him find these building bricks of LEGO® civilisation. Some have agreed, others have rebelled, and only the combined powers of the greatest LEGO® heroes can stop him.
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, LEGO® Batman™, LEGO® Gandalf and LEGO® Wyldstyle journey to locations beyond their wildest imaginations, and they soon realise that Lord Vortech is summoning villains from across different LEGO® worlds to help him gain control. As his power grows, worlds mix, unexpected characters meet and all boundaries are broken. Our heroes must travel through space and time to rescue their friends before the vortexes destroy all of LEGO® humanity.
LEGO® Dimensions will be Launching 29th September this year.
Cybermen, Daleks the Tardis, Peter Capaldi and more are waiting for Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle when they find themselves face-to-face with the Doctor in the latest LEGO Dimensions trailer – and what time travelling trailer would be complete without a visit from that other time travelling Doctor – Doc Brown and his DeLorean!
It’s hard not to be damn excited for LEGO Dimensions – and Doctor Who fans will be no doubt be more than happy to see all the Doctors available in LEGO mini figure form.
Do you remember the first film you saw at the cinema? Mine was Jurassic Park, it was brilliant, my old man grabbed my leg during one of the ’scarier’ scenes and I also fainted with fear! 12 years later and LEGO Jurassic World gets its release to tie in with the latest blockbuster, Jurassic World. We all know the LEGO games are fun, but let’s face it, they are pretty repetitive. Would there be a way for this game to buck that trend? Ultimately no, but it still has some charming features that make it worthwhile playing through.
LEGO Jurassic World takes you through all of the franchises films, after a quick introductory level, you start at a helipad with a choice to turn left for Jurassic Park and right for Jurassic World, as you would expect, there is plenty to explore. There was something special about getting in the Jurassic Park Jeep for the first time and it’s not long before you encounter your first LEGO Puzzle, where you need to open the main gates, but a part is missing.
For those for you who haven’t played any LEGO games before, solving puzzles is fairly simple, after all these games are aimed at children. Most of the time you’ll need to smash your way around a level to look for something to build, or a certain character will need to complete a certain action. Throughout the LEGO series this has never changed, in LEGO JW, specific characters can dig for hidden objects whereas others can dive into dinosaur poo to retrieve objects as well (I can’t believe I’ve just written dinosaur poo in a review). There are plenty of QTE’s throughout the games and a lot of button mashing is required to fight of dinosaurs or unlock different areas of the game.
Pretty much every character from the film is available for you to play as, complete with their own abilities to get you through the game, whether it’s that annoying child at the beginning of Jurassic Park, through to Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Pratt and Jeff Goldblum. Rather weirdly, each of the characters voices have directly lifted from the films and loaded into the game. It’s a great idea in theory as its adds a level of authenticity, but there has been no editing of the sound so the voices always sound a bit out of place, it’s a nice idea though. As well as playing as the human characters, the game allows you to play as the dinosaurs too, it’s just a shame that they need to be unlocked by finding a hidden amber object in each of the levels. Once you have unlocked them you are able to run around smashing through object the normal characters can’t.
All of the classic scenes from the films are there for you to play through and it brings back huge waves of nostalgia, my favourite is still the first time the tour encounters the T-Rex and the game does an awesome job of recreating it in Lego form. All of the death scenes are really well handles too, characters are never killed, and instead they end up in comedy scenario. In the opening scene of the game, the first death results in one of the works losing all of his clothes, cue manic laughter from my six-year old. Dying has never been a thing in the LEGO games, you just loses studs and carry on as normal, it makes me wonder why they even bother having hearts to lose in the game.
Exploring the islands certainly isn’t as much fun, evidence of that was watching my son play, he just wanted to get to the action and was getting frustrated that he couldn’t do so quickly. He was though, a huge fan of Mr. DNA. Every time the game hit a loading screen there are lots of dinosaur facts to take in, which was a really neat idea.
Visually the game is exactly what you would expect from the LEGO games, all of the different characters likenesses are superb, and all of the different levels look great. The audio is a bit of a mixed bag, I can get on with the voices of the characters and when the Jurassic Park thee boomed through my headset I genuinely got goosebumps as it brought all my memories back of the films, but for some reason it’s been decided that they should completely over use this to celebrate all your achievements in game, fill out the stud counter, cue music, end a level, cue music. It wasn’t long before I wasn’t so fussed about hearing the score any more.
As much as we had fun playing LEGO Jurassic World, I can’t help myself getting tired of the LEGO games, nothing really changes apart from the theme of the game. You’ll get through the levels in about 9 hours and there is plenty of exploring to do beyond that if that’s your thing, the achievements are as you would expect from the LEGO games, and the names of the achievements are well thought out as normal. It’s not perfect and there are plenty of bugs that will see you having to restart levels, such as getting characters stuck. But if Jurassic Park has been part of your life then it’s hard not to want to play this.
OK, so you’ve been reading every post we’ve made this week regarding E3 and you’re tired, we get it. But there is still more news pouring out the show and today Warner Bros. released four new screenshots for the upcoming LEGO Marvel’s Avengers game coming to PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One later this year.
As you probably guessed when the game was officially announced LEGO Jurassic World will be launching the same day as it’s movie counterpart hits the big screen (and my 30th birthday), 12 June! So, there’s my Birthday present to myself sorted!
The trailer below shows off a bunch of stuff that you can do in the game including building things with those clever girls, the Velociraptors. Being a fan of the LEGO franchise and a MASSIVE Jurassic Park fan I cannot wait for all things Lego Jurassic World….especially the game.
TT Games have finally swung open those King Kong like gates to show us their newest LEGO Title, Jurassic World which will be hitting the Xbox One in June!
The game spans the original trilogy of films as well as this summers offering, Jurassic World, and as you can see from the trailer [below] the game is done in the same tongue in cheek manner as the previous LEGO titles.
So hold on to your butts as TT Games and Warner Brother Games welcome you to LEGO Jurassic World.
When we heard that there were going to be LEGO Jurassic Park sets released this year, we hoped that there would be a game at some point… check it out below – the LEGO Jurassic World teaser trailer and I for one can’t wait!
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham has two new DLC packs set for release in early 2015. Starting with the Bizarro World Pack, players will gain access to new LEGO DC Comics characters and locations, additional story-driven content, cool new items and more if you have a Season Pass. Additionally, a second and “FREE” Heroines & Villainesses Pack will also be available in the coming year!
Bizarro World Pack (Season Pass) or £2.50
Save Bizarro’s planet from evil and join the Bizarro League, clones of the Justice League, including characters such as Bizzaro and Bizarra!
Heroines & Villainesses Pack (Free to download)
Celebrate the fearless females of DC Comics with this collection of super heroines and villainesses, which allows players to wreak havoc as Raven and tear-up the ground as Terra. The pack also includes fan-favourites, such as alien princess Starfire and animal-mimic Vixen but they’ll need to be on the guard against the explosive Plastique and cold and calculating Killer Frost!
Arrow Pack (Season Pass) or £2.50
Become the Green Arrow, voiced by Stephen Amell, from the hit TV show Arrow on The CW. Explore Starling City and interact with new characters, including Slade Wilson, Roy Harper, Malcolm Merlyn and more.
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Scored 70% in our latest review:
LEGO Batman 3 is a fun game but it’s my least favourite LEGO game for a while, it’s packed full of content and fans of DC Comics will no doubt be pleased with the efforts, despite it being called LEGO Batman 3 it’s definitely more LEGO Justice League as they literally save the game from being a pretty average LEGO title.
Warner Bros’ has today announced yet another LEGO game for consoles – LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham will be available beginning of Autumn 2014 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 as well as other platforms.
In LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, the Caped Crusader joins forces with the super heroes of the DC Comics Universe and blasts off to outer space to stop the evil Brainiac from destroying Earth. Using the power of the Lantern Rings, Brainiac shrinks worlds to add to his twisted collection of miniature cities from across the universe. Now the greatest super heroes and the most cunning villains must unite and journey to different Lantern Worlds to collect the Lantern Rings and stop Brainiac before it’s too late.
Players will unlock more than 150 unique characters from the DC Comics universe, including members of the Justice League and LEGO big figures such as Killer Croc, Solomon Grundy and many more. Fans of all ages will be able to control their favourite heroes and villains with new gadgets and abilities. Brainiac’s mind controlling abilities and the power of the Lantern rings bring unexpected twists to the classic characters’ personalities.
Check out the trailer above for a little tease of what to expect this Autumn!