Reviews and Problems with Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
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Lots of fun!
hrmatsui "hrmatsui", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I got this game cause me and my son finished the first version of it, on his old WII. This version has better graphics, sound, missions, and it introduces the DC super heroes Superman and Wonder Woman. Lots of fun!
Summary: I've played pretty much all of the Lego games on either the PC or the Wii/Wii U. Most are great except for perhaps ROTJ and Lego City Undercover. This one is great too. It looks excellent on the Wii U and game play is fun. The game is appropriate for any age and if you think because its a Lego game that adults will not enjoy it then think again. Yes, the games are easy but when you play co-op with a friend or family member it really is lots of fun.
Summary: My introduction to this game came after weeks of playing disney infinity, so when I played this with my husband, I was kind of lost and he would have to tell me what to do. I just wasn't excited about joining in, so we traded this game for another game a few weeks after buying this one.
Summary: My family have played and loved all the LEGO games so far; Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and LEGO City to name a few. This is great for our daughter, as well as us adults. The humor works on two levels - kids laugh and adults snigger. Definitely highly recommended fun for all!
Summary: My 5.5 year old absolutely loves this game. Would recommend to other parents. Game is like all the other Lego games where it's easy enough to play without parent help (mostly) but also challenging enough that its fun to play even after you beat the game.
Summary: Listen I'm not going to go into detail on the game itself, I'm just gonna hop into the differences in the wii u version to any of the other versions, and why you should wait till the wii u version drops to the price of the other versions. Changes: The map in the open world is displayed on the gamepad You can use off TV play You can do co op with one player getting the full TV screen and one on the gamepad There is no DLC So With those 3 minor enhancements and 1...
Summary: I purchased this game originally for the Wii. After my experience playing Lego City Undercover on the WiiU, with the advantages the GamePad brings, I decided to try the WiiU version of this game. The advantage of the GamePad map is huge. In the Wii version, once you are in freeplay mode you are moving around Gotham looking for bricks and characters. The map helps you figure out where you've been and where you still need to go.