Reviews and Problems with Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review
27 August 2012
Excerpt: Having played through LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes , one question keeps running through my mind: Is this a game meant for kids? Well, it certainly is meant for kids , I thought, but not today’s kids. I convinced myself that LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes , if I can be selfish and protective about this, was meant for those of us who grew up in the ’80s and ’90s. It was meant for the Toonami kids. It was meant for Snick kids.
Pros: Beloved characters get a new spin, Bash and grab gameplay
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review on PlayStation Vita
15 July 2012
Excerpt: In Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes , calamity strikes as the Joker forms an alliance with Lex Luther. The result is a uniting of the world’s greatest villains from across the DC Comics universe, hell bent on tearing down Gotham City, brick by brick. Thankfully Batman and Robin are able to form their own unit for good with members of the Justice League. Additional heroes available in the game include Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and many more.
Pros: expanded Justice League elements, entertaining comic content, easy character switch option, fun gameplay, familiar music, extensive unlockables/collectibles, action based puzzle challenges, LEGO physics, problem solving challenges
Cons: incorporate camera pan option for right analog stick, ability to name created character, more intricate boss battles, more save options, free will off option for partner, more open world elements and variety in the linear campaign
Conclusion: In terms of the actual missions, the level design isn’t wildly different from the console games. If you play through all of them they just seem like slightly dumbed down version of the levels you will play in the full game just easier. You still have the different costumes with different abilities that you need to solve puzzles but Superman has enough powers that he just breaks the game and allows you to do almost everything so to compensate the game will sometimes give...
Conclusion: LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes is rated E-10 with an ESRB descriptor of Cartoon Violence. Even though you punch and kick enemies, they’re just made of blocks and break apart when defeated. Honestly, I’d let any kid play any of the LEGO game series. Reading skill is helpful, but not required as most things are easy to figure out. And even if a younger player does need assistance, jumping in as player two to help is loads of fun.
Conclusion: Les développeurs ont fait preuve de timidité avec cette version portable de Lego Batman 2 : DC Super Heroes. Exit l'open world, on retrouve ici une construction classique dans laquelle on enchaîne les niveaux, avant de pouvoir les refaire en mode libre. Néanmoins, la magie opérera toujours chez les fans de la licence, et l'univers de Batman et de la ligue des justiciers est ici savamment exploité.