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- Play alongside your friends as Batman or one of his powerful allies, including Blue Beetle and Robin, or call in the help of other heroes like The Flash and Aquaman to flatten those dastardly villains.
- Jump, swing, and punch through wild worlds including Gotham City, Science Island, London, and the planet Oa.
- 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!
- Just like the show, the fun kicks off in the midst of an exhilarating battle, followed by encounters with ever bigger and badder villains like Catwoman, Gorilla Grodd, and more!
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Top Customer Reviews
Batman: the Brave and the Bold is a side-scrolling beat'em-up like the countless others that proliferated during the NES/SNES era. Like any gamer, I've learned to be cynical with games that are based off of movies or TV series, but happily that is not the case with Batman:tBatB. This is a good game.
The combat system is simple, but fun. Mashing the A button creates a punch combo, but there are also grabs, throws, jumps, dodges, and heavy attacks, as well as the Dark Knight's arsenal of weapons, that keep fighting bad guys fresh. The game is divided into four large episodes, each with a specific partner (with his own trademark gadgets) that tags along. Each Episode is then broken down into parts. At the beginning of each of these stages, you can choose to play as Batman or his partner. The game was clearly designed with cooperative play in mind. While two players can't hurt each other directly, there are plenty of floating bombs on every level that you can bat towards your partner. If you don't have two players, the computer controls your partner, and while it's not smart enough to dodge traps, it'll never slow you down and is smart enough to know how to fight. At the end of each part of an episode, the stats are tallied, and whoever achieved the most is crowned winner and receives bragging rights.
Along the way, you'll pick up coins that will let you unlock or upgrade gadgets. Certain gadgets can unlock a few different areas inside the episodes. And playing as the Dark Knight or his partner give the game some degree of replay value.
The unfortunate part is that the game is short. You should be able to beat the game in 12-15 hours.Read more ›
The game is broken up to 4 different stories where you go around beating up enemies with a sidekick. your sidekick chages in all 4 stories and you can choose to play as Batman or your sidekick. the game is too easy and short, but the time you will have playing will be great. you fight enemies that you have not seen in decades, like Catman, Clockman, Gentleman ghost and others. you also get a super power move where another hero like plastic man, black flash or others will jump in and kill almost every enemy on screen. the bosses are not hard and you cant die. but i recomend this game to any Batman fan.
My 7- and 9-year-old boys love this game. It has all kinds of corny lines in it that make me chuckle, too.
It freezes up from time to time, so we have to reset the game, and the boys lose their progress. Not cool.
A little hard for boys younger than 6 yrs to start with but once they get used to the controls all will be good. When a character dies the level doesn't reset, just respawn and continue your way which is good for kids.
It's fun, light hearted, and enjoyable for adults as much as it is for kids 12-15. I would say younger but they might get frusterated with the platforming.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just like posting said and works great my son likes it very much thank u.Published 5 months ago by Kelly lakhani
Fun beat'em up that pairs well with TV series it is based off of. Controls are generally pretty easy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by max
Very fun 2d game with fun support characters. The game is total batman arcade fun and combines casual experiences with semi advanced combo options. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jermel
Despite that the Batman Arkham series had made its debut by this point in time, Batman: The Brave and the Bold wears the style of an oldschool platform/beat 'em up hybrid. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev)
My son is 4 and LOVES this game. He needs a little help here and there, but can navigate the game pretty well on his own. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lindsey Wilson