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.) The writing is wonderful, like the show it's based on, with hilarious humor that I find too much of a rarity in American cartoons.
Summary: There are a lot of Batman video games. I own a bunch myself. From the NES version based on the Tim Burton movie all the way to the more recent Arkaham Asylum on PS3. Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Wii is more of a throw back to the old beat em' up games on the Genesis, NES, & SNES. The first thing I liked were the graphics. It looks exactly like the cartoon and gameplay is set up like an episode of the show. Definitely a great job on graphics.
Summary: This game is clearly made for a child, but i'm 29 & i had a blast playing this game. if you're not a Batman fan you might not like it. but if you are a fan then you will have fun. The game is broken up to 4 different stories where you go around beating up enemies with a sidekick. your sidekick chages in all 4 stories and you can choose to play as Batman or your sidekick. the game is too easy and short, but the time you will have playing will be great.
Summary: I will review this as a gamer, before I review it as a fan of Batman. Batman: the Brave and the Bold is a side-scrolling beat'em-up like the countless others that proliferated during the NES/SNES era. Like any gamer, I've learned to be cynical with games that are based off of movies or TV series, but happily that is not the case with Batman:tBatB. This is a good game. The combat system is simple, but fun.