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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - PlayStation 3
- For the first time ever, battle with Batman and his allies in outer space and the various Lantern worlds including Zamaron and Odym.
- Play and unlock more than 150 characters with amazing powers and abilities, including members of the Justice League, and BIG LEGO Figures such as Cyborg, Solomon Grundy and more.
- Surprising disguises, Brainiac's mind control ability, and the power of the Lantern rings bring a whole new twist to characters you thought you knew.
- Access Batman's training modules on the Bat Computer and take part in various challenges including battle arenas, races and detective mazes.
- Visit the Hall of Justice, the Batcave, and the Justice League Watchtower to access shops, trophy rooms, and the hero and vehicle customizers.
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The best-selling LEGO Batman videogame franchise returns in an out-of-this-world, action-packed adventure! In LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, the Caped Crusader joins forces with the super heroes of the DC Comics universe and blasts off to outer space to stop the evil Brainiac from destroying Earth. Using the power of the Lantern Rings, Brainiac shrinks worlds to add to his twisted collection of miniature cities from across the universe. Now the greatest super heroes and the most cunning villains must unite and journey to different Lantern Worlds to collect the Lantern Rings and stop Brainiac before it's too late.
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Personally, this game is not nearly as fun as Lego Batman 2. I LOVED the open world play in Gotham city and all the different missions and finding the bad guys and good guys. LB3 seems to try too hard. Getting from place to place in the open world is a bit cumbersome. The portal thing is unnecessarily long to go from one world to the other. The open worlds are just not as fun.
The space ship shooting levels are awful and I have no idea what's even happening when we play them. They're easily the worst part of the game.
It's still a fun game with an almost endless amount of things to do. It's worth the money you'll pay for it on Amazon.
The story is linear and not that hard, though some parts took us a few minutes of going back and forth to figure out the next step. (My 5-year old figured out some things before I could--how did he know Killer Croc could swim underwater?) In many parts there's a help button you can hit to tell you what to do next. There's variety like flying a space rocket or solving several mini puzzles (most of which are WAY easy). The enemies are a little too good where if they shoot at you, they never miss, so the best strategy (unfortunately) is just to fight them as fast as you can.
The sceneries look great! The Bat Cave, the Hall of Justice, the Legion of Doom, etc were all drawn very well. One of the worst features is falling off the edge of something. As you're exploring, looking for secrets, off the edge you go! Over and over, and each time you lose money. It's far deadlier than any enemy. If you explore with a flying hero like Martian, Wonder Woman, or Super Man, usually they auto-kick in their flying ability before you fall to your death, but not always. So using all the super hero abilities is a lot of fun, but overall I still like Lego Star Wars more.
The map is gigantic — I felt like there were games within the game. Graphics and colors are more rich and vibrant, and it feels like there's a lot more layers of scenery than previous Lego games. With this one going into space the possibilities were endless. Lego games rarely let me down and this one is quite fantastic. I can't wait for another Hobbit or Star Wars, or hopefully Ghostbusters!