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Batman Brave & the Bold - Nintendo DS

Platform : Nintendo DS
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  • Flatten those dastardly villains as Batman or use the Nintendo DS touch screen to swap into one of the other playable heroes including Blue Beetle, Plastic Man, Aquaman and more!
  • Jump, swing, and punch through wild worlds including Gotham City, Science Island, Dinosaur Island, outer space, Atlantis, and London.
  • Unlock awesome gadgets such as Batarangs, the laser sword, Nth metal knuckles, and more, to accomplish your missions and then extend the fun by replaying episodes with your cool new tools.
  • Control Batman's number-one fan, Bat-Mite, with Nintendo DS by linking the Nintendo DS version with the Wii version and have Bat-Mite wreak havoc or fight alongside the superheroes in all the episodes of the Wii version!
  • Brawl against some of the worst scum in the DC Universe including villains such as the Joker, Black Manta, Clock King, Gentleman Ghost, Bane, and more!
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Feel the boldness of adventure and the bravery of justice as you become Batman and his superhero teammates in the videogame based on your favorite animated TV series, Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Tread through the exciting terrain of the DC Universe and test your might in this side-scrolling action thrill ride that will take you through crime-filled alleys, strange alien planets, abandoned underground cities, and mysterious island laboratories. Go behind the cowl of the Caped Crusader himself and team up with his superhero friends to solve puzzles, fight dozens of foes, and discover new worlds as you battle to save the day and see if you truly have what it takes to be a superhero!

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 7, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,233 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jared Castle VINE VOICE on September 25, 2010
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A fun, 2D fighting game perfect for kids that also attracts Silver Age aficionados who can play as Plastic Man and Green Lantern while fighting lesser-known villains such as Black Manta, Clock King and Gentleman Ghost.

Whether on film or in games, Batman has recently been out of reach for young fans. Batman: The Brave and the Bold provides parents an age-appropriate entertainment option for kids. I shudder to think how many parents of young fans (6-to-8-year olds) mistakenly bought Batman: Arkham Asylum or rented The Dark Knight only to discover they were designed for mature audiences (i.e. adult language, realistic violence and scenes of terror).

Older players shouldn't compare this DS game to either Arkham Asylum or The Dark Knight, as both delivered the superhero's dark side with more depth and realism.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold succeeds for young fans because it has responsive controls (read: easy to operate), is fun to play and captures the light-hearted spirit of the campy cartoon show.

You can switch between Batman and another superhero by tapping the touch screen. Together, you run along a 2D side-scrolling adventure peppered with challenges, rewards, jokes (visual and verbal) and bosses (mini- and big). There are four episodic adventures: Gotham City; Science Island; London, England; and Outer Space.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Parker on August 6, 2012
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We bought this for our three year old who loves batman. Most other batman things are way to much for his age but batman brave and the bold is great for the younger set. You can even turn on jump assists so that he doesn't need help with that part of the game. My son still needs us for other parts but since he has been playing games on a ps3 since he could hold a controller he really doesn't have much problems with this. It is still probably best for slightly older kids but you know what's best for your kids skill level. I don't think kids past 7 -8 would get much playtime but my husband had fun beating it so who knows. It came fast and was a great price so we are really thrilled.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Earl Rufus on November 8, 2010
Batman: The Brave and The Bold- The Video Game is one hell of a title, but it says it right there on the box. The video game takes its cues from the most recent animated series to star the Caped Crusader. Instead of portraying the Dark Knight as some avenging angel of justice as he has been known for the past 30 some-odd years, the show takes a more light-hearted approach to Batman and the world around him. The villains are big, their props are bigger and he is always joined on his adventure by one of a handful of well-meaning partners.
And his partners run the gamut from the like of Booster Gold to Blue Beetle, wait that must be a typo, where's Superman? Wonder Woman? Martian Manhunter? Yes the show does not feature the usual troop of mainstay DC bigwigs (who I love just as much), but instead focuses on lesser known characters like Red Tornado and even manages to make Aquaman cool.

Now you have a rather long-winded backstory for the series, but what about the game? The game is a classic beat-em/platforming hybrid that skews for a younger audience, I would imagine. That's not to say the game can't be enjoyed by older gamers, but it doesn't really offer much in the way of challenges. The lack of a challenge for gamers and the length of the game are the two biggest things I have against the game. I didn't time my play session, but I had to beat the game in under 3 hours, maybe close to two and a half hours?
To make up for the relatively short campaign mode, the game also features a Challenge mode, which as the name would implies offers different challenges in locations from the game. They seem to come in 3 fashions. There's the "Tough" challenge, which has you fending off foes in a single screen with the starting health bar.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B.K on August 11, 2012
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I bought this game for my son for his 8th birthday, and he really likes it. He has had it for only a couple days and wants to play it constantly. He likes that he can be the different characters like tornado mand, aqua man, and plastic man he has been having a lot of fun switching back and forth and trying to open up new characters. I got this game when it was on sale for only $14 and it is well worth the money. Woult recommend this game for anybody who really likes batman. I havent played it myself so im not sure how difficult it is, but my 8 year old is able to play it and pass the levels w/o getting frustrated.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom Reagan VINE VOICE on January 1, 2011
My 9 year old son loves this game and thinks that the Wii connection part of it is the coolest thing ever.

If you have a Wii, you can play as Bat Mite on the Wii, with this DS version of the game. So basically, the Wii version adds a third player with this DS game. Which is pretty darn cool. As Bat Mite, you don't get to do as much as the regular characters, but the kids love it.

Bottom Line: This game is fun, but even more fun with the Wii version.
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