All of the Doctor Whos are in Warner Bros. Interactive's Lego Dimensions game - but only Peter Capaldi has done voice acting.

Who, me?

Capaldi, who plays the 12th Doctor, Jenna Coleman, who plays Clara Oswald, and Michelle Gomez, who plays Missy, all voice their respective characters from the show.

There's a new trailer, below, that shows Doctor Who gameplay. The TARDIS is in Gotham City and Hill Valley, the Doctor is alongside Homer Simpson in Aperture Science, rides a haunted mine car with Scooby and Shaggy, and fights alongside Kai and Cragger in a Ninjago battle arena. Video games!

Here's the gameplay hook: when the 12th Doctor is defeated, he returns as the 1st Doctor and then regenerates back up to the 12th Doctor again.

The interior of the TARDIS reflects the corresponding Doctor the player embodies or can be manually selected. There's a jukebox inside where you can choose from different Doctor Who theme music. The TARDIS and K-9 models can each be physically built and then rebuilt twice to do entirely different things in the game.

Doctor Who is playable via the Lego Dimensions Starter Pack. There's a Doctor Who level that features Daleks and Cybermen and other adversaries.

Here's where things get tricky: if you buy the Doctor Who Level Pack you get an additional mission-based Doctor Who level as well as a Lego minifigure of the 12th Doctor and Lego models of the TARDIS and K-9, all playable in the game.

There's also a Doctor Who Fun Pack, which includes a playable Cyberman minifigure and Dalek model which can be physically built and then rebuilt twice for a total of three different objects.

Lego Dimensions is going to burn through wallets, isn't it? It's out 29th September.

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