Portal 2 Level Pack is LEGO set 71203-1. It has a score of 75. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 28.07% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2015, and it is categorised in Dimensions.
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At first I had trouble figuring out the portals,while I'd played the pc halflife2,which was not anything like the first,I'd never played portal,expecting it to be similar in worth.I wish I'd have played pc portal. I like Glados,very amusing for a deadly computer.I've only played the level,which went by ,maybe a bit fast,but it was enjoyable.A bit different play,figuring out puzzles.I expect portal world will be interesting as well. The level pack is worth buying and Chell will come in handy in the other worlds.
Price aside… I really enjoyed the Portal Level Pack. Chell is an outstanding minifigure and she's been awarded “Permanently on Display" status alongside the Companion Cube and Turret. Would I enjoy paying $40 for a polybag if it wasn't a license or theme that I am desperately in love with? Probably not.
If a visit to a LEGO version of the Aperture Science Computer Aided Enrichment Lab is exactly your cup of tea, this is excellent. If you have a Portal fan in your life, the LEGO figures and models are great novelty items in their out-of-box form (you can find instructions online, most helpfully). The game and the toy justify the price point, though it might be a little pricey if you just want the LEGO.
I think this is one of the best packs released as part of the first wave. If you have an interest in the Portal video game series then you will absolutely love playing through these levels in LEGO Dimensions and the fun of finding so much familiar material is well worth the price of £29.99 or $29.99. It is unfortunate that the level following a linear story is not longer, but the adventure world is large enough to explore for hours and still not find every hidden secret. The physical aspect of the set is also excellent, offering a character few would have expected in minifigure form.
At about USD $30, is it worth it? I would say absolutely. You get the most out of the LEGO Dimensions game if you have plenty of expansion packs and characters, and Portal 2 would be my first choice. But perhaps that's because I'm a fan of the Valve game series.