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Update: New wave of LEGO Dimensions packs up for pre-order on Amazon.

Warner Bros. Interactive has just put up the LEGO Dimensions E3 2016 trailer, which confirms a whole bunch of properties coming to LEGO Dimensions.

Some information was made known earlier this week through rumors and leaks. But now it’s official: franchises including Sonic The Hedgehog, Harry Potter, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible, E.T., The Goonies, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Ghostbusters (reboot) are on the way.

Have a look at the E3 trailer below:

LEGO Dimensions players can get their hands on new packs based on 16 new entertainment properties starting on September 27 with the Ghostbusters Story Pack, Adventure Time and Mission: Impossible Level Packs, Harry Potter and Adventure Time Team Packs, and The A-Team Fun Pack. Additionally, packs for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The LEGO Batman Movie, The Goonies, Sonic The Hedgehog, Teen Titans Go!, LEGO City Undercover, Knight Rider, The Powerpuff Girls, Gremlins, Beetlejuice and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial will be released in waves stretching into summer of next year.

Warner Bros. will have big news about LEGO Dimensions tomorrow. However, part of the fun has been let loose early, as Amazon Spain has leaked a bunch of upcoming packs.

The new Ghostbusters movie, Harry Potter, Adventure Time, The A-Team, and Mission Impossible are all coming to LEGO Dimensions. With Ghostbusters, it’s a Story Pack, with the box stating that you can “Play the complete movie.”

Other franchises like Sonic and Powerpuff Girls have been rumored for LEGO Dimensions. If they’re in, we should be hearing about them tomorrow.


We’ll be finding out what Warner Bros. has in store for LEGO Dimensions in just a couple of days. A brief video posted today teases big news for Thursday:

Press Start has a rumored list of franchises set to join LEGO Dimensions as part of the second year expansion. The lineup includes Sonic, Harry Potter, The Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them, Adventure Time, Ghostbusters Reboot, Mission Impossible, Teen Titans, The Goonies, and Powerpuff Girls.

Warner Bros. has come out with a new LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens character vignette for BB-8, the lovable astromech droid and loyal companion of Resistance pilot Poe Dameron.

Here’s today’s video:

Warner Bros. has come out with a new LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens character vignette for Finn, one of the newest heroes to join the Resistance in the fight against the First Order. It also features original dialogue from actor John Boyega who plays the character in the movie.

Here’s today’s video:

Warner Bros. has come out with a new LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens character vignette for decorated X-wing pilot Poe Dameron, one of the Resistance’s most-trusted operatives. It also features original dialogue from actor Oscar Isaac who plays the character in the movie.

Here’s today’s video:

Last September, a list of LEGO Dimensions “Series 2” set names appeared with code words. One of these had an “S” label, which prompted some to speculate that it could be for Sonic.

LEGO insider Just2Good dropped a hint that the label was referring to SEGA’s mascot back when the situation was transpiring. And yesterday, a second LEGO insider going by the name CM4Sci mentioned on EuroBricks stating that Sonic’s on his way to the game before adding, “I also know for a fact Sonic is in if that confirms anything”.

Brick Inquirer – who knows much more about these things than I do – says “CM4Sci’s word is about as good as it comes.” We’ll still consider Sonic’s appearance a rumor for now, but it’d definitely be interesting to see him in LEGO Dimensions. Perhaps this is one way in which SEGA will be celebrating Sonic’s 25th anniversary?

As for other hints pertaining to Series 2, Super Girl and Green Arrow are also rumored. Their additions would make quite a bit of sense!


Warner Bros. is celebrating Star Wars Day with a new trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Take a look at it below.

The latest LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens video shows exclusive levels that explore adventures set in the time leading up to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. These are the six New Adventures featured in the game:

– Rathtar Hunting – Follows Han Solo and Chewbacca’s voyage to capture the ravenous Rathtars.
– Lor San Tekka’s Return – Uncovers secrets behind Lor San Tekka’s journey to the Jakku Village.
– Poe to the Rescue – Details Poe Dameron’s daring rescue mission to save Admiral Ackbar.
– Crimson Corsair– Explores how the notorious Outer Rim pirate, the Crimson Corsair, foiled the plans of the First Order.
– Trouble Over Taul– Follows the events leading up C-3PO’s acquisition of his new red arm.
– Ottegan Assault– Reveals a puzzle piece to how the Resistance and the First Order find Lor San Tekka on Jakku.

Also featured is original dialogue from key members of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens theatrical cast:

– Adam Driver (Kylo Ren)
– Anthony Daniels (C-3PO)
– Carrie Fisher (Leia Organa)
– Daisy Ridley (Rey)
– Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux)
– Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma)
– Harrison Ford (Han Solo)
– John Boyega (Finn)
– Lupita Nyong’o (Maz Kanata)
– Max von Sydow (Lor San Tekka)
– Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron)

IGN has posted new footage from LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the game’s director. Here’s 8 minutes of gameplay showing some of its features:

Warner Bros. was once planning new video games based on the Dirty Harry film franchise. It was previously known that a primary version was in the works for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 courtesy of developer The Collective, but it came to light in recent years that Sensor Sweep was also making a separate game for other platforms including Wii and DS.

Sensor Sweep’s project would have adopted the same plot and some similar gameplay mechanics. However, it was an alternative approach, with plans to include a cel-shaded art style.

All Dirty Harry games were eventually scrapped. Regarding Sensor Sweep’s take on the IP, the team was well behind schedule and found itself not properly equipped for development on home consoles given its past work exclusively on handhelds. These factors contributed to its demise, along with the declining interest from Warner Bros. in moving forward with Dirty Harry after the HD version was cancelled.

Here’s the full report from Unseen64 and Liam Robertson:

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