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Lego Batman 1
on January 29, 2016
I purchased this game for my 8 year old son for Christmas. He asked for Lego Batman games, so I figured we would start with the first one and go from there.
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.