Lego Dimensions

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Lego Dimensions
Developer(s)

Traveller's Tales

Release date(s)

September 27, 2015 (NA),
September 28, 2015 (AUS),
September 29, 2015 (EU),
October 1, 2015 (GER),
October 2, 2015 (FIN)

Genre(s)

puzzle video game

Mode(s)

Single-player, multiplayer co-op

Platform(s)

PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
Wii U
Xbox 360
Xbox One

Rating(s)
Distribution

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Writer(s)
  • Jon Burton
  • Graham Goring
  • James McLoughlin[1]
Composer(s)
  • Ian Livingstone
  • Aaron Sapp (Additional music)
  • Rob Westwood (Additional music)
  • Finn Robertson (Additional music)
  • Jonathan Coulton ("You Wouldn't Know")
  • Various (Reused themes)

Lego Dimensions is a video game developed by Traveller's Tales and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It features worlds and characters from many different franchises, including Portal 2. It was released in September 2015.

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The game was announced to be in development on April 9, 2015.[2] Each level pack contains a new game level, a minifigure (as a playable character), a vehicle and a gadget that can be used in the game.

Portal 2 is featured in the levels GLaD to See You and Aperture Science. GLaD to See You is the seventh level in the game, and is part of the base game. Aperture Science can be only played when the 71203 Level Pack[3] is purchased.

Ellen McLain, Stephen Merchant, J.K. Simmons, and Nolan North returned to reprise their roles. The game also includes the original song "You Wouldn't Know".

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