Summary: I've played all of the Lego games of the DS, Lego Star Wars the complete saga being my favourite. I really enjoy them despite being in my (slightly late) 20s as I find them entertaining and easy enough to play that I can chill out with them in the evening and not get annoyed that I am stuck on one level and can't get past it. Instead I can move on to another area and come back if I am finding something a bit tricky.
Summary: took a while to get into,some levels seem to be harder to complete than others.younger children may lose interest because of this. once into it very addictive spent about 5 hours completing 3 stages!!
Summary: I love the lego series on the ds. I think it's great they pay tribute to some of the best movies out there. When i got it, i was excited but this quickly wore off for the following reasons: For some reason, i felt a little empty when playing as the god guys. I don't understand why but i felt it was better fun playing as the bad guys. The levels were a good size but beating the bad guys was quite easy. It didn't take me long and i felt dissapointed at how easy it seemed.
Summary: I bought this game shortly after completing Indiana Jones Lego for the DS, but was a bit disapointed with the game, not as much fun as Indy, and have not completed Batman and moved on to the complete Star Wars Saga( which is far better). I do think I would have liked Batman much more if I actually liked Batman which I dont. I think you would love this game if you are a Batman fan as it has the same fun game play as Indy and Star Wars with all the same game play.
Summary: Lego Batman is a good pick-up for DS owners, thanks to its numerous playable characters, slick-looking graphics and cool LEGO effects. You wander through Gotham City beating up bad guys, and in typical LEGO video game fashion, collecting bricks and building stuff, making it a fun adventure for all ages. Of course, it wouldn't be a LEGO video game without multiple characters, and LEGO Batman has tons of DC Comics' best.