LEGO Dimensions gets more and more interesting with each new set the company unveils. Batman, Back to the Future, Doctor Who, and Portal are all part of the game when it arrives, and today, LEGO released the teaser for the Portal portion of the game.

GLaDOS (Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System), the fictional, artificially intelligent computer system and main antagonist in the Portal video game series, puts the heroes of LEGO Dimensions through multiple tests that can only be solved by using the LEGO Toy Pad.

ABOUT LEGO Dimensions
LEGO Dimensions, the upcoming entertainment experience that merges physical brick building with interactive console gameplay, will include gameplay from The Simpsons, Doctor Who, Ghostbusters, Portal, Jurassic World, Midway Arcade, LEGO Chima and Scooby Doo! These fan favorite worlds, most of which have never before been in a LEGO videogame, will converge with the previously announced DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings, The LEGO Movie, The Wizard of Oz, LEGO Ninjago and Back to the Future worlds in one thrilling adventure playable with the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack.

LEGO Dimensions arrives on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation3, and Wii U on September 27, 2015. I can’t wait to see how all of this comes together. I seriously hope the game is as good or better than the Disney Infinity 3 – as we already know LEGO Dimensions is better than Skylanders…

via LEGO Dimensions

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