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News Portal Easter Egg Finally Found in Lego Dimensions After Over a Year

News Bot Nov 18, 2016

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    After over a year of Lego Dimensions' Portal expansion being out in the wild, fans have finally found its secret character.

    That character is Doug Rattmann, a scientist present in Portal's lore but not seen in-game, and he's been located by a group of community members, as documented on Disney Dan's YouTube channel.


    'Rat Man,' as he's often called, is the guy scribbling 'the cake is a lie' on the walls and the only known Aperture Science employee to survive GLaDOS's initial attack. Reading his story is fascinating, and fans' dedication required to locate him is admirable. It may have taken a hint or two here and there from the development team, but they got there in the end: He can be found in Test Chambers 2, 6, 7, and 9, and special characters or vehicles are often required. Check out the video above to see more.

    In other Lego Dimensions news, the toys-to-life game's newest expansions have been revealed. Among the most exciting additions are Sonic the Hedgehog and the characters of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

    We enjoyed the brick-building game here at GameSpot, with critic Randolph Ramsay awarding it an 8; check out our full Lego Dimensions review. We also think it achieves exactly what it set out to do--makes you feel like a kid again.

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