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LEGO Dimensions Back to the Future Level Pack - Argos £14.99
LEGO Dimensions Back to the Future Level Pack - Argos £14.99

LEGO Dimensions Back to the Future Level Pack - Argos £14.99

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Reduced from £29.99. Can't find this anywhere else for this price so I'm assuming it's a good deal. It's £21.63 on Amazon. Slightly cheaper at Tesco at £14.24 (thanks David.K.Alexander).

If you wanted to fill your basket to £50, you'll get a £5 gift voucher.

UPDATE 16/11 **There is now a Buy One Get One Half Price offer on. I picked up Mission Impossible and Back to the Future for £23.48**

I'm new to this Lego Dimensions so please be kind.

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Heat but was better last week in the 3 for 2, OK if you want it by itself but as it the shortest of all the level packs it worked out better to get another two in the deal and get it for free, I would wait for that deal too come back as it seems quite regular.

voyager123

Heat but was better last week in the 3 for 2, OK if you want it by itself … Heat but was better last week in the 3 for 2, OK if you want it by itself but as it the shortest of all the level packs it worked out better to get another two in the deal and get it for free, I would wait for that deal too come back as it seems quite regular.



Shorter than the Simpsons one? O.O

ravenheart

Shorter than the Simpsons one? O.O


From what I've heard can be done in 15 minutes

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voyager123

From what I've heard can be done in 15 minutes


Yikes! You're making me reconsider buying this. Are there any other packs which are a waste of money?

vee99

Yikes! You're making me reconsider buying this. Are there any other packs … Yikes! You're making me reconsider buying this. Are there any other packs which are a waste of money?



I have bought the basic pack for xmas for the kids.

What are the best value level packs (for length of play and for enjoyment)?

Helpful567

I have bought the basic pack for xmas for the kids.What are the best … I have bought the basic pack for xmas for the kids.What are the best value level packs (for length of play and for enjoyment)?


go for the mission impossible pack,i brought it from reading reviews sayin its a really long game and great value for money,not played it yet as got a pile of ps4 games to get through cause of this site,haha plus argos have it for 15.99 at mo,real bargain

It took me and my wife 90 minutes to do the mission impossible level. That does include building and exploring time but still we couldn't believe it!

£14.24 on Tesco now (same as the Ninjago set).
tesco.com/dir…797

Anyone know which opens up the biggest/longest area to play? Story pack, fun pack or level pack? I'm confused!

jenmumof5

Anyone know which opens up the biggest/longest area to play? Story pack, … Anyone know which opens up the biggest/longest area to play? Story pack, fun pack or level pack? I'm confused!


- Story packs the new thing and time-wise are ~6 level packs. Access Hub area and use of any character you own.

- Level packs are single stand alone levels which take place in the world they are thematically linked to. Provide access to hub area and use of characters you own.

- Fun packs are the additional characters and having them will give you access to use those guys in the hub area.

- Team packs are the same as fun packs, you just get more characters in 1 box.

The point of buying extra packs would be to get a unique ability - generally to get a specific gold brick. You *don't* need to buy everything to get everything. Buying guides are around to maximise your purchasing.

Lego have been quite conscientious and provide a lot of content in the starter and hub worlds. So even if you never buy many extras you will have a decent amount to play through.

Edited by: "RagingSharks" 16th Nov 2016

Yep - 15 minutes. It genuinely isn't worth the money - unless you really want the Lego.

RagingSharks

Story packs the new thing and time-wise are ~6 level packs. Access Hub … Story packs the new thing and time-wise are ~6 level packs. Access Hub area and use of any character you own.Level packs are single stand alone levels which take place in the world they are thematically linked to. Provide access to hub area and use of characters you own.Fun packs are the additional characters and having them will give you access to use those guys in the hub area.



​Excellent, thank you!

WOW do i miss the days of buying games and they were sold complete
£30 for the base pack
£15 for level packs x how ever many there are?

MADNESS!

willyzippy89

WOW do i miss the days of buying games and they were sold complete £30 … WOW do i miss the days of buying games and they were sold complete £30 for the base pack£15 for level packs x how ever many there are? MADNESS!


£15 NOW, they were around £25 i believe when released! With the starter pack being £80. Awful!

RagingSharks

Story packs the new thing and time-wise are ~6 level packs. Access Hub … Story packs the new thing and time-wise are ~6 level packs. Access Hub area and use of any character you own.Level packs are single stand alone levels which take place in the world they are thematically linked to. Provide access to hub area and use of characters you own.Fun packs are the additional characters and having them will give you access to use those guys in the hub area.



What about the Team packs? What do they do? #confused

Cheers!!

Ginger_j

What about the Team packs? What do they do? #confusedCheers!!



Team packs are the same as fun packs, you just get more characters in 1 box.

The point of buying fun packs would be to get a unique ability - generally to get a specific gold brick. You *don't* need to buy everything to get everything. Buying guides are around to maximise your purchasing.

Lego have been quite conscientious and provide a lot of content in the starter and hub worlds. So even if you never buy many extras you will have a decent amount to play through.

Buy 1 get 1 half price now!

RagingSharks

Team packs are the same as fun packs, you just get more characters in 1 … Team packs are the same as fun packs, you just get more characters in 1 box. The point of buying fun packs would be to get a unique ability - generally to get a specific gold brick. You *don't* need to buy everything to get everything. Buying guides are around to maximise your purchasing. Lego have been quite conscientious and provide a lot of content in the starter and hub worlds. So even if you never buy many extras you will have a decent amount to play through.



Cheers!
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