This comes from a Eurogamer article, where producer Mark Warburton discusses their blueprint for LEGO Dimensions' second year...
''We wanted to try something different [with Story Packs] and tell the story of those movies. This year is going to be a great barometer of what the appetite is out there, to see if people like our story or want something else. We’ll see if the preference is that they want to play the whole Ghostbusters movie or Fantastic Beasts movie.''
1. [PS4] Final Fantasy XV – 1,060 votes
2. [3DS] Pokemon Sun/Moon – 708 votes
3. [PS4] Dragon Quest XI – 682 votes
4. [3DS] Dragon Quest XI – 610 votes
5. [PS4] Final Fantasy VII Remake – 564 votes
6. [PS4] Yakuza 6 – 353 votes
7. [PS4] Kingdom Hearts III – 345 votes
8. [3DS] Monster Hunter Stories – 321 votes
9. [WIU] Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 278 votes
11. [PS4] Gran Turismo Sport – 219 votes
12. [PS4] Super Robot Wars V – 214 votes
13. [PS4] Resident Evil 7 – 196 votes
14. [PS4] The Last Guardian – 194 votes
15. [PSV] Reco Love: Blue Ocean and Gold Beach – 167 votes
16. [PS4] New Hot Shots Golf – 154 votes
17. [PSV] SaGa Scarlet Grace – 146 votes
18. [PSV] Atelier
19. [PS4] Atelier
20. [PS4] NieR: Automata – 122 votes
21. [3DS] The Snack World – 118 votes
22. [PS4] Berserk and the Band of the Hawk – 117 votes
23. [PS4] SD Gundam G Generation Genesis – 116 votes
24. [PS4] Watch Dogs 2 – 114 votes
25. [PS4] Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru – 113 votes
26. [PS4] Gravity Rush 2 – 112 votes
27. [PSV] World of Final Fantasy – 111 votes
28. [PS4] World of Final Fantasy – 106 votes
29. [PSV] SD Gundam G Generation Genesis – 99 votes
30. [3DS] Puyo Puyo Chronicle – 98 votes
This is statement provided to Kotaku...
''For a brief period of time, Paper Mario: Color Splash was inadvertently made available to the public via Nintendo eShop on Wii U, and a small number of consumers were able to purchase and download the game. Access to the digital version of the game is no longer available. The digital version of the game will be available for download in Nintendo eShop on Wii U, and consumers can purchase the physical version at retailers
For today's update, we are sharing four songs from the game, composed by none other than Michiru Yamane. These tracks include the Kickstarter campaign soundtrack, the music from the E3 demo, and two new songs. None of them is much longer than a minute-and-a-half, but each one will immediately make you think: "Ah... this is definitely Michiru-san's work."
Please note that we have a tentative plan for when each track will be played, but they may shift around after the stage tracks are all completed.