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  • Legopassion8Legopassion8 North CarolinaMember Posts: 1,180
    Promos? 

    I'm gonna have to kill.... again!
    Promos and chase figures are the worst part of being a comics fan. Hard enough finding the Marvel Legends. Hard enough with LEGO sets packing characters you'd like and not stockpiling up on jets. The worst part is missing out on Phoenix and Spider-Woman at SDCC because SDCC is always an adventure to even attend.

    I've still not understood why LEGO hasn't reissued the figures at least in variant costumes to differentiate them from the exclusives.
    Welcome Hellcat. Would you consider a roadtrip to SDCC an adventure of a lifetime type event?

    #coldplay 
  • PatsyWalkerPatsyWalker TorontoMember Posts: 83
    Well, everything you want's a dream away and we are legends every day.

    I'd say you should experience it once for the celebrity and spectacle. I prefer Chicago's C2E2 or NYCC for a "purer" comic fan experience, as SDCC has been overridden with Hollywood and unrelated things the past few years. Not that I don't enjoy that, but my main goal is collecting comic art and memorabilia, and SDCC is the most crowded and expensive option for that.

    To just go and nerd out is worth it. A few years ago I saw Scott Pilgrim with the cast as a surprise before it premiered. Edgar Wright appeared at the panel and marched us all down to a theater for the film, then a concert with Metric. Also two Harry Potter fans got in a fight over the Twilight line and one got stabbed in the eye with a wand.




    catwrangler
  • Legopassion8Legopassion8 North CarolinaMember Posts: 1,180
    edited May 2016
    ^stabbed in the eye? I'll dress as Cyclops. He wears really nice goggles! One day...
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    more info coming Thursday
    LordCrom
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    ^Beat me to it...is this scene new or was it in the game?
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    ^ new
  • XefanXefan Member Posts: 1,149
    edited June 2016
    Rumoured lineup includes Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans, the new Ghostbusters, Mission: Impossible, Adventure Time, The Goonies, Harry Potter, and Sonic the Hedgehog.

    Gotta say I might give this one a miss, especially if the price doesn't drop. The last one was great for AFOLs like me because it was all 80s/90s IPs, it was everything I grew up with. This year it sounds like it's almost entirely targetted at kids of the 00s bar perhaps The Goonies and Sonic to some degree and I really have no interest in any of those IPs other than Harry Potter, The Goonies and Sonic.

    I guess it depends what else is going to round it out, but it sounds like they're probably beginning to scrape the bottom of the barrel a bit now with IPs. No sign of the previously rumoured A-Team unfortunately.

    I guess we'll know for sure later in the week, but I'm inclined to put a lot more faith in leaks this close to the announcement being true. I can't see myself spending as much as I did last year to try and get 100%, and as I'm a completionist that likely means not bothering at all unless there's more to announce beyond those listed. I don't even know what Powerpuff Girls or Teen Titans are, and the new Ghostbusters basically looks like a complete flop from it's trailers alone, not that it ever had much hope. I've heard good things about Adventure Time, but have never watched it, so it really wont mean anything to me. Never really was much of a fan of MI either, always found it quite dull.

    Mostly it'll probably just be a question of whether the wife makes me get it for the Harry Potter stuff given how much she liked the previous HP Lego games, but even that really depends on how much content is spent on HP, and how much is spent on the new fantastic beasts stuff. I might buy the Goonies stuff just for the minifigs then and that'd probably be it, but here's hoping there'll be more than this to it come Thursday - maybe some new DC stuff at least so that it's not a complete washout.
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    A hint at Harry Potter coming was posted on twitter with a video saying only I can live for ever.
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    new teaser show what seems to be the land of ooh from adventure time 
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,790
    Xefan said:
    Rumoured lineup includes Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans, the new Ghostbusters, Mission: Impossible, Adventure Time, The Goonies, Harry Potter, and Sonic the Hedgehog.

    Gotta say I might give this one a miss, especially if the price doesn't drop. The last one was great for AFOLs like me because it was all 80s/90s IPs, it was everything I grew up with. This year it sounds like it's almost entirely targetted at kids of the 00s bar perhaps The Goonies and Sonic to some degree and I really have no interest in any of those IPs other than Harry Potter, The Goonies and Sonic.

    I guess it depends what else is going to round it out, but it sounds like they're probably beginning to scrape the bottom of the barrel a bit now with IPs. No sign of the previously rumoured A-Team unfortunately.

    I guess we'll know for sure later in the week, but I'm inclined to put a lot more faith in leaks this close to the announcement being true. I can't see myself spending as much as I did last year to try and get 100%, and as I'm a completionist that likely means not bothering at all unless there's more to announce beyond those listed. I don't even know what Powerpuff Girls or Teen Titans are, and the new Ghostbusters basically looks like a complete flop from it's trailers alone, not that it ever had much hope. I've heard good things about Adventure Time, but have never watched it, so it really wont mean anything to me. Never really was much of a fan of MI either, always found it quite dull.

    Mostly it'll probably just be a question of whether the wife makes me get it for the Harry Potter stuff given how much she liked the previous HP Lego games, but even that really depends on how much content is spent on HP, and how much is spent on the new fantastic beasts stuff. I might buy the Goonies stuff just for the minifigs then and that'd probably be it, but here's hoping there'll be more than this to it come Thursday - maybe some new DC stuff at least so that it's not a complete washout.
    Honestly, to me A-Team would seem a lot more like "scraping the bottom of the barrel" than a lot of these licenses. 80s throwback themes aside, LEGO is still primarily aimed at kids. And while I'm sure that many kids today are still exposed to the Back to the Future trilogy or the Ghostbusters movies (as I was when I was growing up in the 90s), the A-Team doesn't seem like the same sort of universal childhood experience to me. Maybe the upcoming TV reboot will bring it back into the public consciousness better than the attempted movie reboot six years ago. If not, I think its relevance with kids is only going to continue declining.

    Harry Potter, Powerpuff Girls, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Teen Titans were all icons of my generation, they're all the subjects of a lot of nostalgia, and from what I've seen they all remain at least marginally relevant with kids today (though most people I know who grew up on the original Teen Titans and Powerpuff Girls cartoons have generally not been fond of the recent reboots of those series).

    Adventure Time is the only brand among these rumors that didn't exist in some form a decade ago, and while I still haven't gotten into it, it's proven massively successful with all ages, accruing seven seasons and over a dozen awards as of today.

    I will agree that Mission Impossible would be a little bit "out there". It's a series with a lot of history but I've managed to go 25 years without seeing a Mission Impossible movie. It's not that I think it's BAD, it just… never interested me.
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    you can see gremlins in the new trailer
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    dragon114 said:
    you can see gremlins in the new trailer
    Where? !?!
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    Not sure I want to see A-team as such but MrT was in the list that leaked way back when as a code or something....Mr. T would be iconic and fun
    ReesesPiecesSirBen
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    edited June 2016
    Good time to review the list.

    71242 GB 1 (My guest new ghostbusters)
    71243 HP 1 (We know voldemort from the hint today....Harry is probably a lock)
    71244 S1 (Sonic is all but guaranteed....right)
    71245 AT 1 (Adventure time judging by the background of the witch video)
    71246 AT 2
    71247 HP 2
    71248 MI
    71249 AT 3
    71250 GB 2
    71251 Mr T (I think while A-team is a stretch Mr. T is iconic enough to make an appearancxe)
    71252 KR
    71253 FB 1 (fantastic beasts?)
    71254 TTG 1 (teen titans go?)
    71255 TTG 2
    71256 GR 1 (We know Gizmo now because of the witch video today as well....mu guess is a level or team pack)
    71257 FB 2
    71258 ET 1 (With Gizmo could this be ET)
    71259 Connectable 1
    71260 Connectable 2
    71261 Connectable 3
    71262 Connectable 4
    71263 Connectable 5


    We'll know soon enough.


  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    People are saying power puff girls, but I can't see where they fit....the connectables are a mystery to 
  • Penkid11Penkid11 Member Posts: 776
    After amassing all of the rumors:

    71242 GB 1-Ghostbusters (2016)*
    71243 HP 1-Harry Potter
    71244 S1-Sonic the Hedgehog*
    71245 AT 1-Adventure Time
    71246 AT 2-Adventure Time
    71247 HP 2-Harry Potter
    71248 MI-Mission Impossible*
    71249 AT 3-Adventure Time
    71250 GB 2-Ghostbusters (2016)*
    71251 Mr T-(speaks for itself, potentially an A-Team set)*
    71252 KR-Knight Rider*
    71253 FB 1-Fantastic Beasts*
    71254 TTG 1-Teen Titans Go*
    71255 TTG 2-Teen Titans Go*
    71256 GR 1-Gremlins
    71257 FB 2-Fantastic Beasts*
    71258 ET 1-(speaks for itself)*
    71259 Connectable 1
    71260 Connectable 2
    71261 Connectable 3
    71262 Connectable 4
    71263 Connectable 5

    At this point, all that we know about the Connectables is that they are supposedly smaller than the Fun Packs.

    Super Girl/Red Lantern has also been reported to be available in an updated Starter Pack.

    There are also some odd rumors that include the PowerPuff Girls, and confusion with the Gremlins being The Goonies instead. That is, of course, if these are IPs that will appear later in the games 2nd Year.

    I'm also quite surprised that there haven't been any rumors on Lego's in house IPs like Nexo Knights, or perhaps a couple residual Ninjago packs.

    *Assumed
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    i think fb is fred and bonie team pack
    dannyrww
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,790
    Penkid11 said:

    I'm also quite surprised that there haven't been any rumors on Lego's in house IPs like Nexo Knights, or perhaps a couple residual Ninjago packs.
    Yeah, if there aren't any new in-house IPs that'd be disappointing. That said, it seems like a lot of the in-house IPs there have been are ones that have previously gotten solo games from TT Games, which probably means less work to develop the assets (music, adventure worlds, etc). If they have to develop all the assets from scratch they might prefer to go for licensed brands that intersect more with other (non-FOL) fandoms.

    LEGO Nexo Knights packs would seem like a no-brainer — it's easily just as big an IP as Ninjago or Legends of Chima, there's no shortage of characters, vehicles, and abilities to draw from, and it caters to a sizable demographic of boys ages seven to fourteen. Maybe they want to give it some time to develop and prove itself before taking that sort of risk, though.

    I can understand there not being new Ninjago characters, because they've already got the seven main characters represented, and that's a lot of characters for one franchise, licensed or not! So I can't imagine they'd be in any hurry to do packs of secondary characters like Skylor or Ronin. We might see more Ninjago packs to tie in with the LEGO Ninjago Movie in the second half of next year, but until then I wouldn't count on it.

    I'd love LEGO Elves packs, but a girl-oriented theme might be seen as too risky, especially since Elves is a much smaller theme than the other in-house IPs they have represented.
  • Penkid11Penkid11 Member Posts: 776
    dragon114 said:
    i think fb is fred and bonie team pack
    *Fred and Barney

    If it were the Flintstones it would've said FS or something similar.


  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 5,108
    Not trying to be a party pooper but don't forget that Huw had to remove posts with the leaked abbreviation list before.

    Aanchir said:

    I'd love LEGO Elves packs, but a girl-oriented theme might be seen as too risky, especially since Elves is a much smaller theme than the other in-house IPs they have represented.
    I think Elves could be a really interesting addition, it fits in a similar position to Ninjago just less obviously conflict based, there are obvious magic skills that could be used in game.

    I'm now curious to see the next announcement, if the gremlins stuff is genuine that could be great fun as a level pack, I'd predict one of the builds as the little toy sports car.
  • XefanXefan Member Posts: 1,149
    Aanchir said:
    Honestly, to me A-Team would seem a lot more like "scraping the bottom of the barrel" than a lot of these licenses. 80s throwback themes aside, LEGO is still primarily aimed at kids. And while I'm sure that many kids today are still exposed to the Back to the Future trilogy or the Ghostbusters movies (as I was when I was growing up in the 90s), the A-Team doesn't seem like the same sort of universal childhood experience to me. Maybe the upcoming TV reboot will bring it back into the public consciousness better than the attempted movie reboot six years ago. If not, I think its relevance with kids is only going to continue declining.
    Getting a sense of deja vu here, but here goes. You don't know what you're talking about, precisely because you weren't alive in the 80s to understand the relative merit of these franchises. Long story short, the A-Team was as big a deal as Midway's arcade stuff, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, Scooby Doo. It's up there and as important as other iconic themes like Gremlins, Knight Rider, Airwolf, The Flintstones, (and more adult themes like Alien, Predator, Terminator) and so on - some of which we may see, some we will not.

    There's absolutely no doubt that Lego isn't just primarily aimed at kids, certain products have been clearly aimed at AFOLs, and the last round of Dimensions was most definitely one of those products. Not just any AFOLs either, but the demographic that is far and away the largest spending demographic on video games, and that is most likely to be willing to pay for Dimension's inflated prices. That demographic was clearly targeted incredibly specifically with the last round of Dimensions, given the franchises they opted for, and it seemed to pay off. It's not just TLG doing this, it's the whole entertainment industry, this is precisely why we've had Jurassic Park reboots along with Ghostbusters, Transformers, and yes, the A-Team. The entertainment industry knows where the money is in reboots and reviving products, and it's not with IPs aimed at kids old enough to remember much born in the mid 90s/00s right now. I imagine your turn will come next decade.

    So sure, they could refocus this round on kids of the 90s/00s, but I'm not sure who they think would pay for it because they have been so screwed by the financial crisis that they're stuck in a perpetual cycle of being unable to get a mortgage and paying excessively high levels of rent, coupled with high levels of unemployment for your age brackets, and increased debt from inflated university fees. Thus, A-Team isn't even remotely scraping the bottom of the barrel like Powerpuff Girls whatever that is, it's sensible targeting at the demographic that is most able to afford Dimensions, just like they did last round. If they move too far away from that the product will fail, because whilst you may love it, you (or at least those of your generation in general) ain't gonna be able to afford well enough to keep it viable.

    Thankfully the list I saw and mentioned yesterday seemed to be only partial, so it seems there will in fact likely be more 80s themes including things like Gremlins, and the A-Team, and that hence it will still continue to be targeted at the same demographic as before. I'm still surprised however that there's no new DC stuff.

    Anyone who thinks Lego primarily aims all it's products at kids neither understands Lego's product offers, nor business in general. There's money in nostalgia and that's been a key element of Dimension's success. You'd simply never find enough parents willing to blow the money necessary to keep it viable were it not focussed so heavily on those independently financially secure, yet still young enough to be brought up in a world of video games (in fact, I'd argue that's why including Midway was actually so relevant last round - they knew exactly who their target market was). Lego is a shrewd operator in the market and isn't naive enough to simply focus at kids and only kids, it knows where the money is and plenty of it's products are specifically targeted at older demographics (and plenty are indeed targeted at younger groups still too, Dimensions just isn't one of them). That is in part why it's so damn successful in the first place.
  • PicopiratePicopirate Member Posts: 312
    I grew up with the 80s franchises but I also watched many of the 90s and 00s franchises as a young adult.  The newer franchises were good but nowhere near the cultural icon status as the ones from the 80s.  In the 80s most people didn't have cable, and cable offered much fewer channels.  Movie theaters also had fewer screens.  This meant fewer chooses for the masses and when something became popular, everyone was familiar with it.  By the late 90s, the number of options skyrocketed and I even popular shows/movies seemed to have less cultural impact.

    That said, nostalgia does sell.  Parents control the pocketbooks and are more likely to buy something they recognize, more so if they can share their own childhood experiences with their kids.  Lego may be moving to the best  90s and 00s franchises available because kids from that era are now having kids.  The franchises may not be as strong, but it's better than ignoring that age group.

    One franchise I'm surprised Lego hs not picked up though is phineas and ferb.  It is immensely popular with just about every kid I know.
  • MugenPowerMugenPower Member Posts: 441
    I don't care whether people think the A-Team fits Lego Dimensions or not.  All I know is I want an A-Team van minibuild.
    princedravenVorpalRyuReesesPiecesSirBenTXLegoguyBumblepantsAllBrick
  • LyichirLyichir United StatesMember Posts: 702
    One franchise I'm surprised Lego hs not picked up though is phineas and ferb.  It is immensely popular with just about every kid I know.
    For Dimensions? It has the same issue that has kept themes like Star Wars and Marvel Super Heroes from being included, at least up to now—it's a Disney property. I believe Phineas and Ferb was even one of the franchises represented in Disney Infinity, although I might be wrong about that.
    I don't care whether people think the A-Team fits Lego Dimensions or not.  All I know is I want an A-Team van minibuild.
    I would not be surprised if even if the full A-Team franchise doesn't get packs that the van may be the mini-build for Mr. T. Actually, that's the biggest reason I think A-Team won't be represented by any packs beyond that one—if it were, surely Mr. T would be labeled as "AT1/2/whatever" instead of getting his own one-of-a-kind label.

  • Legopassion8Legopassion8 North CarolinaMember Posts: 1,180
    edited June 2016
    If Gizmo makes the cut.... Beetlejuice should, too. 

    *Filler argument*
    XefandannyrwwAllBrick
  • legobodlegobod CA USAMember Posts: 213
    Gremlins would be great if true but really hope it includes Gizmo and a Gremlin minifig (team pack or whatever they call them) the pink car seems really likely as well.
    Sonic and a Mr T are the only over two rumours tickling my fancy.
  • Legopassion8Legopassion8 North CarolinaMember Posts: 1,180
    I hope Gizmo has his paper clip bow & arrow that he killed the Spider Gremlin with. We can have an archery contest between Arrow, Legoless and Gizmo. 
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    If Gizmo makes the cut.... Beetlejuice should, too. 

    *Filler argument*
    YES
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    Well we git a sonic tease and a ghostbuster tease and some are saying powerpuff girls for the last one with the four boxes.
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    edited June 2016
    new set leaked. ghostbuster story pack with new portal addon, harry potter and Voldemort team pack, Jake and lumpy space team pack, mission impassible level pack, adventure time level pack. all new packs have gold bases
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    edited June 2016
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    Saw them on facebook.
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    Story pack intrigues me....are these the connectables....and what is the price point....
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    don't know since we have tow packs coming from gh
  • dragon114dragon114 United StatesMember Posts: 632
    mr t now leaked
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Aspiring Time Traveler Stuck in the West (US)Member Posts: 2,435
    dragon114 said:
    mr t now leaked
    thebrickfan.com has them
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Aspiring Time Traveler Stuck in the West (US)Member Posts: 2,435
    edited June 2016
    nm
  • gmonkey76gmonkey76 ChicagoMember Posts: 1,418
    A-Team LEGO awesome never thought I'd see that. It was one of my favorite shows growing up. Ghostbusters storypack being the new movie noooo, I'd of preferred the original two movies.
  • XefanXefan Member Posts: 1,149
    One theme I've always kind of wanted in a Lego video games is TMNT. I might be completely alone in this, but I always figured it would actually have made a decent fit.
    ReesesPieces
  • kezkez United KingdomMember Posts: 818
    Damn it, I want the Mission Impossible and A-Team ones; I may have to start collecting Lego Dimemsions now...
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation UKMember Posts: 5,500

    As I commented on the home page:

    Love Mr T!
    Mission Impossible looks like it is based on the first film, which I did really like. Haven't seen the more recent instalments.
    Harry Potter is as expected. I doubt we'd see much new in a Dimensions pack, I'm still hopeful for a revival of the line as a whole next year (alongside Fantastic Beasts sets).
    Know nothing about Adventure Time but it looks quite fun and quirky. I don't own the game so I just pick up packs with interesting builds or figures and these might fall into that category.
    I can't wait to see Sonic (still play that on my 3DS sometimes :-))

    I like the look of the Ghostbusters story pack and am really really hoping for a Wizard of Oz one with an Emerald City build .. but it would only come with one figure :-(
    It is driving me crazy that Lego has seemingly acquired the licence for Oz only to pretty much ignore it. They rejected the Ideas project which led me to think a set was in the pipeline but still nothing! What gives, TLG??


    Also, all the teasers seem to refer to the announcement today being "BIG news" or a "BIG mystery". The capitalisation of big seems to be a hint but I can't for the life of me guess what! A big fig? It had better be "big" news seeing as they are hyping it so much!

    bandit778nychromastone
  • VorpalRyuVorpalRyu AustraliaMember Posts: 2,230
    edited June 2016
    You don't have to the game, I don't, but I have been getting some of the packs for the minifigs & parts, some of the builds too, like the DeLorean & the Mystery Machine. Looks like I will be getting a few of the wave 2 ones as well.
  • ShibShib UKMember Posts: 5,108
    @LostInTranslation - when I saw the series 16 westie I wondered if it might have also been developed with toto in mind, could get a pack like that ghostbusters one with Dorothy a brick built wizard gadget and emerald city base scene with Wizard of Oz story unlock

  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 1,903
    I do intend to get into the Game at some point, but haven't got round to getting the Stater pack yet.
    After hearing about all the hours spent waiting for updates to download, I'm hoping that when i do get round to getting it, most of the bugs will be sorted with one big update and I won't have to much trouble with the game (wishful thinking probably).
    I have been collecting a few of the packs as and when i see them at reasonable prices to spread the cost out a bit (I am sooooo glad I am not a parent with a child that wants all of these). 
    The new sets look really good and definitely appeal to someone of my age bracket, but will have to wait until they get down to sensible prices before I pull the trigger on any of them. 
    I am hoping that they carry on with the no exclusive figures/content so certain packs don't become unobtainable (be interesting to see how the Supergirl and Green Arrow figures are marketed).
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation UKMember Posts: 5,500
    edited June 2016
    Yes but I want Cowardly Lion,  Tin Man and Scarecrow too! 

    And Glinda too if I'm allowed to be that greedy. 

    bandit778
  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,332
    ^^ They're not bugs that they're updating (well some are). Im fairly sure the size is due to the new content. That's one of the (many) issues with the whole thing. 

    A problem I have with just collecting some of the packs for the LEGO is that the builds are just like polys - not substantial enough to want to display. The minifigs are more desirable but then if they just do one it equally makes no sense. The Mr T pack is the perfect example. Even with the van, I wouldn't want to display BA on his own without Hannibal, Face and Murdock. The van is cute but would never be displayed. It would go in a bag in a drawer and forgotten about. Give me a van similar in size to the Ecto-1, a plinth for the 4 characters and I'm buying it. 
    bandit778nychromastone
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation UKMember Posts: 5,500
    edited June 2016

    Goonies, Gremlins and FB confirmed? Will the five mentioned expansion packs for these IPs be the rumoured "Connectables"? If so, colour me disappointed, with the exception of FB.

    "Other franchises featured in the upcoming expansion include Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Adventure Time, Goonies and Gremlins. Each franchise will launch as its own separate expansion pack."

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/gaming/2016/06/09/toys-life-lego-skylanders-infinity/85554898/

    Also: "The game will boast 30 entertainment properties once this expansion rolls out" -

    Anyone care to do a tally of those we know so far and how many are left to come??

    Shibbandit778
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    4 player battle arena mode?!?!
  • dannyrwwdannyrww WisconsinMember Posts: 1,322
    30 properties? That means 16 new ones right?
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation UKMember Posts: 5,500
    Right, here goes with the list of properties:

    Already released:

    1.  DC Comics 
    2.  The Lego Movie 
    3.  The Lord of the Rings 
    4.  The Hobbit 
    5.  Dr Who 
    6.  Ghostbusters
    7.  The Simpsons 
    8.  Scooby Doo
    9.  The Wizard of Oz 
    10. Back to the Future 
    11. Portal 2
    12. Jurassic World 
    13. Midway Arcade 

    Newly announced/rumoured:

    13. Adventure Time 
    14. Mission Impossible 
    15. A Team 
    16. Harry Potter 
    17. Fantastic Beasts 
    18. Gremlins 
    19. The Goonies 
    20. Sonic the Hedgehog 
    21. Teen Titans Go! 
    22. Powerpuff Girls 
    23. E. T.
    24. Knight Rider

    Did I miss any? 

    So 6 gaps to fill if all the rumours are true,  and even if you add in Ninjago and Legends of Chima (which I personally wouldn't class as "entertainment properties" as such, that still leaves 4 gaps.  

    Intriguing! 
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