The LEGO Dimensions Beetlejuice Pack Might Be My New Favourite

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The latest wave of LEGO Dimensions packs is released tomorrow, and among them is one that is a an absolute winner: Beetlejuice.

The Beetlejuice Fun Pack, like all LEGO Dimensions Fun Packs before it, features a minifig of the one and only Beetlejuice himself, as well as enough parts to build one of three accessory variants. Unfortunately they aren’t quite as impressive as Beetlejuice, but you can build either Saturn’s Sandworm, Spooky Spider (pictured below) or Haunted Vacuum.

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While Beetlejuice is more likely to appeal to the older LEGO Dimensions gamer, there’s a bevy of packs also released tomorrow that will be sure to put a smile on the faces of younger players too.

Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls gets a Fun Pack which includes a Buttercup minifig and parts to build either the Mega Blast Bot, Slammin’ Guitar or Ka-Pow Cannon. There’s also a Team Pack which comes with Blossom and Bubbles minifigs, along with PPG Smartphone and Octi accessories than can each be rebuilt into two other models.

Meanwhile, Teen Titans Go! also gets both a Fun Pack and a Team Pack. The Teen Titans Fun Pack features a Starfire minifig alongside parts to build either a Titan Robot, T-Rocket or Robot Retriever. The Team Pack includes Beast Boy and Raven minifigs, and parts to build the Spellbook of Azarath and T-Car or numerous variants.

Of course, buying any of the packs allows you to enter the adventure world of the franchise it’s connected to, opening up hours of new gameplay opportunities to get stuck into. The Teen Titans Go! packs also unlock a new gameplay episode.

So, if you’re still beavering away at LEGO Dimensions, why not check the new packs out? Hell, even if you don’t own the game but are a fan of LEGO, the Beetlejuice Fun Pack is worth buying just for the minifig.