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LEGO Dimensions

Developer: TT Games
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Platforms: Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4
Released in US: September 27, 2015
Released in EU: September 29, 2015
Released in AU: September 28, 2015


CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
ObjectIcon.png This game has unused objects.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.


PrereleaseIcon.png This game has a prerelease article

So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

LEGO Dimensions is a Toys To Life adventure game where you spend loads of money on real-world LEGO so you can have Homer Simpson drive the Batmobile around Hill Valley.

Dimensions is notable for a good number of things, such as the fact that certain licenses were acquired by LEGO specifically for this game, leading to LEGO Sonic and E.T. minifigures among others. It's also got tons of references, in-jokes, and fun surprises.

Despite all the fun, diminishing sales over the game's lifespan would lead to a premature end of support, despite reported plans for a third and final season.

Hmmm...
To do:
LEGO Dimensions Wiki mentions a few things we don't (and vice versa, interestingly); use it as a template without copypasting.
  • Unused lines for a playable Lord Vortech, also apparently unused lines for Hermione (and likely other characters as well).
    • Speaking of Vortech, see if he has any leftover data in the game (also check for other characters as well). Be sure to investigate the NFC discs.
  • Early graphics, including (apparently) early icons of Harry, Hermione, and Ron Weasley interestingly.
  • Revisional differences/update history.
    • The Save Points that were used in the game once were removed in an update.
    • It appears that two extra levels were removed (before and after).
  • There are some bugs in the game, like how certain songs won't play on the Jukebox.
  • Platform differences.
  • Seeing that the game very obviously reuses assets from other LEGO games, it's possible there are leftovers from them.
  • Much, much more.

Sub-Page

Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Internal Name

The game is referred to as Project Zeus throughout the files. One example is in Targeting.txt, found in \ABILITIES\ITEMS:

ability_start "ProjectZeusTargeting"

Documentation

Some of the game's text files have a comment with a URL to an internal wiki page on that mechanic of the game:

; =========================================================================
; ==                               Project Zeus                          ==
; ==                                                                     ==
; ==                  Music/Ambience/Cutscene CFG file                   ==
; ==                                                                     ==
; ==                                                                     ==
; ==  Documentation: http://tt-intranet/wiki/index.php/Audio#Tracks.cfg  ==
; ==                                                                     ==
; =========================================================================

A few of the URLs are slightly different, such as this one being a part of the Warner Bros. site:

// Wiki: http://tt-intranet.intl.warnerbros.com/wiki/index.php/Game_Mechanics_-_KrawlieSwarm

Cut Characters

Hmmm...
To do:
  • Rip and add all of Vortech's voice lines here. His voice lines can be heard in this video.
  • Vortech had data referencing him being in a Fun Pack (Source). Add it here.

Lord Vortech

Lord Vortech was planned as the final character for Year 2, but despite being teased in an interview with game director Jimmy McLoughlin was never fully added to the game, however there is leftover data in the game.

Its possible he was planned to be released in a Polybag, as set number 71341, but he is referenced as being in a Fun Pack in the DLCCHARACTERS file.

The Flash

A character icon of The Flash, specifically of his appearance in the CW/Arrowverse show, is stored alongside Year 2 characters. The CW Flash is seen as an NPC in the STAR Labs secret area in the level Demiguise Double-Cross.

LegoDimensions-CWFlashIcon.png

Removed NPC Characters

Hmmm...
To do:
  • Add filenames and where these are located.
  • Add images/information for entries missing that.

Barney Gumble

LegoDimensions-BarneyGumbleIcon.png

The game contains a UI icon for Barney Gumble from The Simpsons, likely planned as an NPC for the Simpsons Adventure World.

Fact Core

LegoDimensions-FactCoreIcon.png

The Fact Core from Portal 2 has a UI icon as well.

Team Choatix

Lego Dimensions- Espio Front.png Lego-Dimensions-Espio-arm.png Lego-Dimensions-Espio-back.png Lego-Dimensions-Espio-Legs.png

Lego-Dimensions-Charmy-front.png Lego-Dimensions-Charmy-Back.png

Lego-dimensions-Vector-Tail.png

The game contains graphical assets for Espio the Chameleon, Charmy Bee, and Vector the Crocodile, hinting that they were once meant to be part of the Sonic level pack and/or Dimension.

Skylor

Skylor from Ninjago has a model and textures present, unlike some of the following characters they appear to be original.

Ron Weasley

The curiously absent Ron Weasley has a model and textures present, however they're leftovers from LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7.

Vitruvius

Like Skylor and Ron, Vitruvius from The LEGO Movie has a model and textures. They are taken from The LEGO Movie Videogame. The only acknowledgment of Vitruvius in Dimensions is his staff being present on the portal to the The LEGO Movie dimension.

Platform Differences

  • Supergirl is perfectly playable across every version, but only has an entry in the Characters menu in the PlayStation versions.
  • Dinosaurs in the Jurassic World dimension are absent in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions.