Summary: Batman: Brave and The Bold won’t appeal to everyone. If you can’t stomach a version of Batman who smiles at Robin’s lame jokes, chases ghosts through London sewers, and briefly gets turned into a cat by mystical jewels, then walk away now.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame (Wii) - Review
11 October 2010
Excerpt: Batman: The Brave and the Bold is a 2D beat-'em-up game developed for the Wii by WayForward Studios, and is based on the Cartoon Network show of the same name. Just as with the TV show, the game is divided into episodes in which Batman takes on the lead role as he teams up with other DC Universe...
Review: Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Nintendo Wii)
21 September 2010
Excerpt: We’re pretty big fans of Wayforward here at Diehard GameFAN, as long as you ignore their older stuff like WWF Betrayal and Ping Pals . Everyone on the planet seemed to love Shantae , and Sigma Star Saga won our awards for best traditional shooter and best GBA title of 2005.
Summary: Complemented by hilariously sharp writing and an engaging cartoon visual style, Batman: The Brave and the Bold - The Videogame isn't especially challenging, but it is as charming as a tuxedoed Bruce Wayne.
Pros: Fantastic, genuinely funny writing, Visuals match the Cartoon Network series, Fast, fun combat
Cons: Not challenging enough for more seasoned gamers, Campaign is a bit short
Conclusion: Concept: Translate the Friday night fanfest into a co-op brawler ripe with iconic team-ups, taking care to maintain the cheeky humor
Graphics: The stylized 2D illustrations look fantastic and perfectly mirror the show.
Excerpt: Sometimes a game based on a movie or TV license will end up being a pleasant surprise. In fact, a rare few actually turn out better than most non-licensed games. Batman: The Brave And The Bold very much falls into this category.