Reviews and Problems with Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame
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Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
8 October 2010
Summary: Despite that the series had made its debut by this point in time, Batman: The Brave and the Bold wears the style of an oldschool platform/beat 'em up hybrid. Based on the cartoon series, Brave and the Bold has you or you and a friend play as Batman and one of his amusingly dorky sidekicks (except...
Summary: Pros: My 7- and 9-year-old boys love this game. It has all kinds of corny lines in it that make me chuckle, too. Cons: It freezes up from time to time, so we have to reset the game, and the boys lose their progress. Not cool.
Summary: Like the title says, if you are looking to build up your Wii collection, or would simply like a fun cheap game to play on your WiiU THIS IS IT! It's fun, light hearted, and enjoyable for adults as much as it is for kids 12-15. I would say younger but they might get frusterated with the platforming.
Summary: The controls could be a bit tighter but for a Wii game it's a good amount of fun. The kids like it and they can constantly play and upgrade their gadgets and unlockable partner characters. Lots of great voice acting by all the voice actors from Batman: TBATB
Summary: A really fun game with intuitive, enjoyable gameplay and clever writing. The levels are distinctive and engaging; it's not very hard, being aimed at young kids (except for Bat Mite's challenge which is really hard.
Summary: It was fun while it lasted. It is a great 2d side scrolling brawler with Batman characters. There are two main drawbacks: it is a short game (4 episodes) and it only had 5 playable characters. Overall, a fun romp through the park.