LEGO Dimensions, Doctor Who, Cyberman and Dalek Fun Pack
LEGO Dimensions, Doctor Who, Cyberman and Dalek Fun Pack

Hot on the heels of last November’s level pack, a brand new set of Doctor Who themed content has made its way into LEGO Dimensions for Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Prepare to upgrade your gameplay and exterminate anything that stands in your way – it could only be the Cyberman and Dalek fun pack!

Available today, this exciting new package includes real-life buildable figures of The Doctor’s two most iconic foes. While the Dalek has previously been seen in the Doctor Who LEGO Ideas set, the Cyberman is brand new to the LEGO universe and, for collectors, at least, may be worth the price of purchase alone. These two iconic monsters act in-game as a playable character and a vehicle respectively, opening up, even more, possibilities for time travelling antics and a dangerous new alliance for The Doctor to face!

Construct Cyberman and lead this cybernetically augmented humanoid in a crazy mash-up multiverse of your favorite characters!

Place him on the LEGO Toy Pad to bring him to life in the game and activate his special Mind Control, Hacking, Drone, X-Ray Vision, Silver LEGO Blowup, Technology and Dive abilities to calculate the answer to puzzles and battle enemies.

When he needs a villainous backup, call in the Dalek and rebuild it into a Fire ‘n Ride Dalek and Silver Shooter Dalek for upgraded powers in the game!

Sadly, the Cyberman and Dalek fun pack marks the last of the Doctor Who themed content due to be released for LEGO Dimensions (at the time of writing) but worry not – we have a full review of both the Doctor Who level and fun packs coming up for your reading pleasure very soon. If you’re unsure about whether to spend your hard-earned money or are just eager for more LEGO related features on the site… watch this space!

Follow LEGO Dimensions, Doctor Who, Cyberman and Dalek Fun Pack to buy yours now from Amazon.co.uk or the BBC Shop.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I picked up the game and the main Doctor Who level pack just after Christmas and I’m undecided whether I like it or not. It’s great hearing Capaldi joking around but the game itself leaves something to be desired. Limited camera movement and hints are two of the issues I have. When you need to consult a walkthrough just to get out of the first scene of the first level (and I’m not an inexperienced gamer) something is wrong. One good thing – because I have no aptitude for building Lego – is you don’t actually need to spend hours figuring out how to build things. You just need the little control bases so you can play right away.

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