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- Play as Batman, Robin or more than 12 dastardly villains -- all in super-fun LEGO form
- Master special superhero power-suits and new moves, along with the weapons unique for each character
- Build and drive Lego versions of favorite vehicles like the Batmobile, Batboat and the Batwing
- Customize characters, build and transform game environments, and challenge yourself with multi-layered collectibles and rewards
- Designed for standard two-player, drop-in/out cooperative play
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Take control of the Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin, as you build, drive, swing, and fight your way through Gotham City capturing escaped villains and putting them back in Arkham Asylum where they belong. Battle against legendary villains including The Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman and more to keep the streets of Gotham clean. Then, for the first time, jump into the story from the other side and play as Batman's foes. Enjoy the power you wield as you spread chaos throughout the city.
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Top Customer Reviews
The LEGO games are fun for the whole family, young and old, the animated LEGO movie links to the gaming threads are wild & wicked and worth the purchase on their merits alone. The format for Batman is much like the Lucasfilm game sets, just not directly connected to any particular movies...although (thankfully) the Danny Elfman music (circa 1989) runs throughout the game, the style is generic Batman via LEGO LAND. The villains have teamed up to escape Arkham Asylum and the Dynamic Duo must stop them...each villain has a story arc to unlock, before free play is possible in the related locations...so like the previous installments, replay value is high, you can return to the story setting later as several optional characters including the villians themselves in order to find hidden "trophies" to build in Wayne Manor (part of the Batcave hub, where menus, story progress and unlockables lie). This way the same tales have many variations for players to explore, collecting the coin-like "studs" as currency for upgrades and unlockables. There's roughly about 30 separate levels to play, 15 in the hero chapters and 15 levels i the villain chapters.
LEGO BATMAN characters have individual moves, Batman for example can put baddies in a choke hold and throw them. An exciting addition to LEGO combat is the BATARANG, which will lock on targets for distance attacks. Introduced also, are special suits for Batman and Robin, these make certain combinations of characters a necessity for passing stages or solving puzzles...Read more ›
The game is quite simply a nostalgia overload of goodness. Everything you loved about Batman and everything you loved about Legos...all in one. The game features an original storyline, not a rehash of any Batman episode or movie you've seen. It combines all of the characters and villains that you know (Joker, Penguin, Riddler, etc) and a few that maybe you don't (Poison Ivy, Killer Moth). And they all become controllable characters as well. One of the best aspects of the game is the at times ingenious ways you combine the capabilities of the different characters to solve puzzles. One may have super strength while another has mind control and another can swim underwater. All the abilities need to be used in concert to get 100% of the experience in the game.
At times, the game feels a little hack-and-slash, but somehow it never gets old. The constant quest for the latest unlockable, trying out a new character, or solving a perplexing puzzle...it just keeps driving you. And rest assured there is a lot to find in this game. It can definitely keep you busy for a while.
I don't know if all the Lego games are this good, but if you're like me, you won't regret making Lego Batman your first!
This game is fun for both adults and children and offers an excellent co-op experience. Even my non-gaming Wife enjoys playing this with the kids. The bottom line is, Lego Batman does not disappoint. Enjoy!
He loves this game. Out of the 3 different lego games I purchased for him, this is the one he chooses to play the most. We do video games on the weekends and during holidays etc. We play video games as a family thing and as a rewards thing. I am the one that plays this game with him, and I love it too. It doesn't revolve around a movie or comic, but it does have lots of the characters you have come to love in them. We are still working on figuring out some of the "hints" in the games that seem to be in all lego games. Like which character is allowed to do certain things in certain spots. We have figured out that the secret passages can be opened by using one of the female characters, and that the Jokers items are in Joker colors. We are still working on unlocking all of the characters for our free plays.
There are several levels that you play Batman and Robin, then there are some levels where you are the villains. And of course, you can play any character you want in free play once you have completed the level an unlocked the character.
There are a few times where we have both had issues figuring out what to do or where to go, but with time, we got it figured out. I wouldn't consider it as easily understood as Lego Indian Jones 1.
The game we got also came with another game called Pure, which looks to be a dirt bike game. We haven't played that one as of yet, my son seems to only be interested in Lego video games at the moment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is really fun to play! I beat all the missions. The game is a little short, but still a great game. Recommended!Published 1 month ago by Chloe
I wasn't expecting much when I ordered this. Who takes a Lego game seriously? I asked myself. But after playing through it I have to say that it is a fantastic game. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nicholas Frizzell