Reviews and Problems with Batman: The Brave and the Bold
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Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Nintendo DS) Review
9 October 2010
Summary: WayForward Technologies has quite the cult following since it released the thoroughly impressive Shantae on the Game Boy Colour, and its reputation has been increasingly strengthened over the years, right up to the recent praise it has received for intriguing titles such as LIT on WiiWare, Mighty...
Conclusion: This does make a refreshing change from simply watching the same old goodies fighting the same old baddies, but it also takes away some of the instantly-recognisable familiarity from the franchise.
Summary: While I had a lot of fun with Batman: The Brave and the Bold initially, I found it got old very fast. The levels are so similar to each other and the enemies very repetitive. There really isn’t much of a challenge to this game.
Pros: Fun graphics, Easy Controls, Funny dialogue (although cheesy)
Conclusion: Ma ci sono soprattutto i continui scambi di battute tra Batman e il suo aiutante — di volta in volta Robin, Blue Beattle, Hawkman o Guy Gardner, controllabili da un secondo giocatore — che donano più atmosfera di tanta grafica computerizzata.