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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Xbox 360)
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- Explore all of Gotham City in the Batmobile, Batwing and more
- Use all-new abilities including flight, heat vision and super breath
- For the first time, LEGO has a voice! Talking minifigures enhance an all-new original storyline
- Master gadgets and suits like Batman's Electricty Suit and Power Suit, and Robin's Hazard Cannon
- Play with friends using drop-in/drop-out co-op play with dynamic split screen
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard Edition
In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, the dynamic duo of Batman and Robin join other famous super heroes from the DC Universe, including Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern to save Gotham City from destruction at the hands of the notorious villains Lex Luthor and the Joker.
Batman fans of all ages will enjoy a new and original story filled with classic LEGO videogame action and humour as players fight to put the villains back behind bars.
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Top Customer Reviews
This time round the characters speak and the graphics again seem sharper than before, smashing lego bits to pieces solving puzzles and being all these Super Heroes and baddies, what's not to enjoy.
I spent many hours having fun completing this game and have no moved on to Lord of The Rings.
It was partly the humour that roped me in and especially the Batman v Superman theme theme - Batman's jealousy of Superman and his irritation at Robin's admiration of Superman is beautifully written and very funny.
The gameplay mechanics are also great and there's possibly, I think, more level variety in this Lego game than in most other Lego games. The "Juggernaut" level for example features an animated large lorry (juggernaut) which you have to chase and climb on before completing a set of moving juggernaut roof top missions. The attention to detail in the graphics, animation and lighting suggests that a lot of effort has been put in to the level design beyond reliance on pre-rendered backdrops.
The puzzles are logical and well designed and with a bit of head scratching and support even a six year old can solve them (although I was stuck on some of the puzzles and needed the help of the six year old).
A really fun and well designed game and one of the best Lego games.
This game definitely does not disappoint, if you're a fan of the lego games then you will love it. The levels are interesting, the character abilities are really clever and the video clips are hilarious. There are the usual annoyances that come with lego games- trying to get Superman to fly where you want him to is frustrating as hell, there are the occasional glitches which mean you have to restart levels- but overall this game has very few faults.
I found the game to be not particularly difficult (compared to lego marvel!) which makes it better for kids but at times I feel it could have benefited from a bit more of a challenge. For example, when you're defeating the boss villains scattered around the city it's just a few hits, win, move onto the next one. Some aspects of the levels are quite repetitive and it would have been better if they mixed it up a bit. Same story in the city when you are saving citizens and finding gold bricks as they're all hidden in the same places.
Overall, loved the game, totally addictive and I still had to complete to 100%- but loses a star because it's a bit easy and repetitive. Not as good as Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings!
We played through the story over quite a period of time as it didnt completely grab our attention fully to start with. However, having competed that section of the game, we've now taken to properly exploring the city, which is far bigger than the 'hub' sections of the other games mentioned above. This, for me, has been a lot more enjoyable, particularly as we are both involved but can take things at our own pace. I can roll around the places unlocking things, while my lad has fun finding different vehicles to cruise around Gotham in, collecting studs. One recommendation here is to spend a few moments properly getting to grips with the map and all its features. It also helps if you have unlocked at least one character who can fly (Superman first, although I personally prefer the Green Lantern). This means you can pick and choose the loot you're after, without wandering around aimlessly for hours and getting bored. Once you hit the sweet-spot and grab the stud multiplier red brick bonuses, you'll find your progress speeds up massively. You'll also find you can start to take shortcuts on some of the gold brick challenges by locating the end of the challenge, then substituting in characters with a particular skill instead of playing through the whole section with Batman/Robin and a special suit.
Unfortunately, there are a few little bug-bears which cost the game a star for me.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for my Son for Christmas, he likes this stuff and hasn't complained about itPublished 3 days ago by Gary, Stockport
Great game. My son is 8 and really enjoys this game. He said it is "epic" He's got lots of games but he always comes back to these Lego Batman ones. Read morePublished 22 days ago by SAM
My 4 year old and I love the Lego games and this didn't disappoint.Published 1 month ago by Kelly Betts