"If I had to recommend any DC character Fun Pack, it would be this one. Wonder Woman has almost all of Batman's abilities with the addition of flying, breathing underwater, reflecting lasers, acrobatics, and even mind control with her Lasso of Truth. The only reason to ever go back to Batman is to use a character with the stealth ability. The Wonder Woman theme plays while flying with the character but while it's a really nice touch, it does get a little grating that it will play every time she takes flight and not just once in a while. It doesn't bother me that much though.
Overall, I would highly recommend this fun pack to players."
"I was extremely excited for this fun pack and while the expansion pack is decent and functional, it doesn't really have anything special to it. The model itself looks really good. The car was well-built and the minifigure looks nicely detailed. I have two big gripes with this pack. The first one is that it doesn't give much content. Homer and Krusty are both more competent and have more abilities to make them worth getting and they also have access to the Simpson's world. Bart can crawl through vents thanks to being a short character but that's pretty much it. His slingshot doesn't have that great of accuracy. But the deal-breaker for me here is Bart's lack of voice clips. In the case of characters who didn't get new voice clips like the 1-11 doctors, audio from the characters' respective shows would be used to give the characters lines. Bart however, is completely mute. He didn't even get his signature line, "Don't have a cow, man!" which I find to be disappointing and it makes the character seem boring."
"When I first discovered that the Simpsons was to be featured as a licensed theme by LEGO and in LEGO Dimensions, I was both happy and surprised. I know the show is geared more towards families like Star Wars, but I never usually see merchandise for the show in Toy Stores, mostly because the show usually leaned toward comedy that only teens and adults would understand. Seeing that this game is primarily meant for all ages, I say this is a Pro.
When it comes to Homer in-game, I'm very satisfied with how he was adapted from his original cartoon appearance to this game. He was toned down a notch with his humorous quotes from in the show but not to the point of being "censored". He's just as funny as he was, if not even funnier.
The level he unlocks is pretty fun but is a bit short on content. It took me less than an hour to complete the Mission this pack unlocks but fortunately, this pack also unlocks the Springfield adventure map.
One gripe I have but I can get over is the price. This pack, aswell as the Marty Mcfly and Portal packs, unlock levels that were already installed onto the game but weren't accessible unless you have the figure. This pack only includes three objects while team packs are currently cheaper and include four objects.
Overall, it's a nice addition to any LEGO Dimensions collection, my gripes may be considered nitpicky."
"When I heard the announcement that LEGO Dimensions was to include multiple celebrity voice actors and old actors reprising their roles as their respective characters, I was extremely excited. I was somewhat disappointed to discover that the Ninjago characters did not receive that treatment. It's hard to recommend this fun pack when the character included is Zane but not voiced by his authentic voice actor, Brent Miller. The fill-in voice doesn't do too bad of a job as an alternative but it still bugs me.
Aside from that flaw, the minifigure included looks great, the miniature ninja Copter looks really nice, and Zane's in-game abilities are really useful. It is a little disappointing that he can't attack with Spinjitzu and can only use it for puzzles."
"This is a must-have for any owner of the LEGO Dimensions video game. I was originally going to pass on this fun pack but when I discovered that Chris Pratt returned to voice Emmet, I knew that I HAD to buy this day-one to play as the character with his authentic voice actor. The vehicle included is a nice addition, especially when a player doesn't have a character with the ability to dig."
"Okay, so I've been playing LEGO Dimensions for a while and it's an incredible game. I absolutely love the concept, story, puzzles, everything. I wanted to get the best possible version of the game but unfortunately, I don't own a powerful system like the Xbox One. I bought the Wii U version and for the first few hours of playing, the game was pretty good. However, I have a little sister and she asked to play the game with me. I gave her a Wii remote to play the game with and as soon as she dropped into the game, it slowed down. The game began to lag like crazy. Just today, I was playing on the Jurassic World adventure map and the game crashed and nearly broke my Wii U. I read some online articles and watched some videos and I found that a lot of people are suffering from the same issue, specifically on the Wii U version of the game.
I highly recommend this game to any LEGO and non-LEGO fans, but I'd recommend against buying the Wii U version."
"The Airjitzu flyers function really well. They really fly and are a lot more exciting and a huge improvement over the Spinjitzu spinner sets from 2011-2012. The only con with the function would be that the only weapons the characters can use while in the capsule is the shurikens. Overall, the playability is pretty decent.
That said, this is the last of those sets I'd recommend. The character included is extremely insignificant and cannot even preform Airjitzu in the NINJAGO TV series. It's the one I usually always see on store shelves when every other Airjitzu set is sold out.
If you want to pick up your first Airjitzu set, I'd recommend any of the other ones. If you're still a completionist/collector, I still wouldn't recommend it."
"Ever sense I became a fan of BIONICLE, my favorite character has always been Tahu. He's always had attitude and an awesome design. This set is no exception.
Pros: -Beautiful overall look -Golden Mask of Fire -Gear function -Color scheme works great -Lava surfboard splits into twin swords
Cons: -Skull Spider was unnecessary but I guess it could also be a pro -The gear function doesn't always work. I've actually had an arm accidentally come off when using it. Luckily, the arms are easy to put back on. -Mask is loosely attached. I really hate the feature of having the mask pop off of a character's face via a trigger. It limits play at times because the masks will easily fall off when playing with these figures.
Overall, this is a fantastic figure to look at but I'd rather put him on a shelf for display. A child could still play with him but might get frustrated with the character's mask constantly popping off of his face."
"I am a huge fan of LEGO Ninjago and I was honestly dissapointed with this game. For one thing, the game does not have the original voice actors from the cartoon. Another issue is that its graphic presentation is really blurry. The game is also on a top down perspective meaning there is no sense of action or exitment when playing the game. The game aslo only tells the story of five episodes in a series of two minnute levels. Talk about dissapointing! Not even a full season of the show and the game has that many episodes to re-tell? The game has no hubworld meaning the level select is only menu based wich is boring. If you are a really big Ninjago fan, you'll be dissapointed. Avoid this game! You would get a better expieriance from the toys and the amazing cartoon."