Reviews and Problems with LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
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Much less playtime than older Lego games.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
22 April 2014
Summary: The games was good, but the older games had multiple sections with multiple chapters in in each section. This is one story. What I have always loved about Lego games is that they can go on forever. It was a good game, but adding voices I guess cut into game development. Less game in exchange for the characters having speaking parts. Some people may like that, but I prefer more play time.
Summary: I've been a fan of the Lego games since day one and I've enjoyed all of them except for one major detail: The partner AI. The partner AI is almost unbearable in this game! There were countless times where I would make my way through a section of a level and more often than not, you'd need both characters to simultaneously pull a switch, step on buttons, etc. and they would just be standing around somewhere. They are virtually useless in a fight and constantly get suck.
Summary: I bought this game for my 3 year old son. He loves playing the lego games because you cannot die and have to start over. So while he was sleeping, I would play the game. This is a whole lot of fun. It plays like a regular lego game with blocks to build and puzzles to figure out. But I don't like this game because the levels are too long and there aren't enough of them. I thought the extra Justice League section would add on to it, but they are just battles.
Excerpt: "...on amazon. While I thoroughly enjoyed Lego Star Wars back in the day, Lego Indiana Jones pissed me right off, and Lego Rock Band was irritating (except the Rock Band part, which was fine). Lego Batman, about which I read some favourable reviews, marked a return to form for the ‘re-enacting popular franchises in Lego’ genre. Although it had some over complicated aspects to it, it wasn’t irritating in the way Lego Indie had been. So I figured Lego ...