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About the Product
- Vast DC Comics Universe - Summon thoUSAnds of DC Comics characters and objects - all drawn in the unique Scribblenauts art style
- Extensive Replayability - Dynamically created puzzles called Heroic Feats increase the game's replayability by continuously generating original scenarios requiring different solutions with each visit
- Super Hero Creator - On the WiiU, players can create their own Super Hero or Super Villain using any item from the DC Universe and then setting properties for how it behaves, changing its appearance and powers; Players can then share their creations
- Deep DC Comics Object Database - Players wanting help can reference The Batcomputer, an in-game encyclopedia that lists the names and descriptions of objects from the DC Comics Universe
- Sidekick Mode - Friends and family can drop in using a Wii Remote and take control of any object in game
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The problem is, it's hard to figure out how to get to the "missions" you need to complete to get the Starites. And sometimes it's not clear exactly what you are supposed to do. The game will randomly ask if you are ready to move on to the next area. And then it takes you there and doesn't tell you why you are there. Then it asks again a bit later after you have seemingly accomplished nothing!
When you try to use the computer to get a DC hero, they do not have many options for sorting. There are over 100 heroes on many many pages and you have to click through the pages one by one to browse, unless you know the name of a specific hero you want. There's no easy way to skip ahead say, 15 pages if you want. So every time you pull up the computer to browse, if you want a random hero you haven't used before, you have to click through page after page.
Now to talk about sidekick mode. I love the idea, but the execution is really bad. I can pull a hero in from the computer, or draw an animal or object for my sidekick to control. First they have to get control of it, which can be awkward and touchy for some reason. If you spawn in something dangerous like a trex, your sidekick needs to get control of it quickly or it may attack you. The other issue with sidekick mode is, whenever you go to a new area, whatever hero you may have pulled in for your sidekick to play as is just gone. It's especially frustrating if you added adjectives to customize something especially for them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We play this game all the time. It helps my kids with spelling in a fun and exciting way.Published 1 month ago by Deb
Our son loves the Scribblenauts games! They do a great job of making spelling fun!!!Published 4 months ago by M. Faulkner
I thought this game would be more like Scribblenauts Unlimited. Instead, you have to participate in battles, and if you die, you lose any enhancements Maxwell had previously.Published 7 months ago by Shannon