Summary: I purchased Lego Batman 2 when it was on sale. The game downloaded just fine, it was a Steam key. It's a fun game, the only disappointment is that the DLC is not available for PC and that's one reason I gave it 4 stars. There are a massive amount of characters to choose from once you beat the game. It has a lighter tone of story than the Arkham games but it still is a good amount of fun. I'd recommend it for anyone who is a fan of Batman games or beat'em ups in general.
Summary: This game is a solid game with an entertaining story to boot. I enjoy simple complexity of the puzzles, as though their balanced enough to make think a little bit but not so much to take away from the experience. Some people may be turned off by the fact the games is aimed towards the younger demographic, but if you are looking for a fun coop game to experience with the family or friends this is it.
Summary: I played most of the Lego games and this one didn't disappointed. It's still a Lego game so the gameplay mechanics are mostly untouched but I thought I truly enjoyed it. The voice acting is great and it really fits the game, I hope Traveller's Tales doesn't go back to the mute characters because although they were nice I would certainly miss hearing them talk.
Summary: This game is awesome for kids as well as adults. It follows the batman saga while allowing for "Lego" events to happen. The end boss bottle was extremely long, but the overall game play is spectacular. The puzzles are usually anywhere from easy to medium-hard. Sometimes, you may find yourself thinking a puzzle is impossible until you suddenly realize the thing you need is directly in front of your face.
Summary: Already being a casual fan of the LEGO games, I had a lot of fun with this one. Batman and Superman are great together, and the Joker is entertaining 80% of the time. The biggest letdown in this game is the controls for the vehicles. Cars are okay but helicopters and Superman are incredibly awkwardly controlled.
Summary: Lego Batman 2 is a fun, family game for kids (or parents of kids) from about 9 - 12. There's a little bit of fighting, but it's Legos, and nothing out of line. They make the storyline entertaining for the parents, and the controls easy to learn for all ages. The graphics are really good if you have a mid-to-high-end graphics card, but I have to turn off a lot of the special features with my mid-grade laptop. My only beef is with the way the download was provided.
Excerpt: Lego Batman 2 is the lates in the evolution of LEGO games and the characters talk, which is a bit odd to start with, but the way its done makes it work and it just slots into the whole experience quite nicely.