Iconic movie scores and sound effects will give you goosebumps, while the original music is superb. It's just a shame that The Simpsons theme tune isn't in there, but it's the only glaring omission from the soundtrack. The huge celebrity voice cast is exemplary too.
Standard LEGO fare. TT Games' has this schtick down pat now, so the blocks are shiny and it all looks perfectly lovely. As ever, its charming as hell too, positively brimming with personality.
If you've played a LEGO game, you'll know the score here. Punch stuff, collect studs, jump a bit, build things. Factor in the toy pad puzzles though and it all feels fresh once more. TT Games has done it again somehow.
A hefty story that gleefully romps from universe to universe, LEGO Dimensions isn't short on content. Factor in an upgradeable vehicle and access to three hub worlds, and you get a fair amount of stuff to see and do.
An incredibly easy achievement list that's not particularly demanding, there's a good spread here and a few decent tasks to undertake. You won't have to spend an arm and a leg buying extra packs either unless you want additional Gamerscore, so fear not.