LEGO Batman: The Videogame
Outstanding villain levels.
Tons of replay value.
No online co-op support.
Levels can swing wildly from extremely easy to extremely cryptic.
By BrightHub on April 26, 2009
After the successful remakes stories of Star Wars and Indiana Jones made in Lego format, Travelers Tales directed their attention to one of the most popular super heroes – Its time for Batman, Robin and all the evil guys you ever met in the series...100
By NowGamer on November 27, 2008
80 per cent of it you’ve seen before, but Lego Batman is still as fun as you’d hope. 7.8/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report error/mistake.Add to my profile pageGame...78
By GamePlanet on November 13, 2008
A thoroughly entertaining game that has a wide appeal for young and old. The low level of violence and simplicity of challenge makes it easy to play. A good solid family game that we highly...85
By Expert Reviews on November 01, 2008
The Lego games have certainly drawn on some quality source material, starting with Star Wars (twice), then Indiana Jones and now Batman. However, the repetition of the punch-and-puzzle formula is starting to wear a little thin. Lego Batman: The...80
By itreviews.com on October 22, 2008
Not much in the way of surprises here. Instead, LEGO Batman mildly evolves the formula but keeps the fun very firmly intact. Warner Bros Interactive - LEGO Batman price Buy LEGO Batman securely online at a bargain price £29.99 inc. VAT Reviewed on:...-
By BrightHub on October 17, 2008
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By VideoGamer on September 26, 2008
Loads of characters, Loads of stuff to do, Classic LEGO gameplay, Not based on a...80
By GameSpy on September 25, 2008
I was initially going to tease this review with some kind of "holy blockheads, Batman!" line, but, aside from being kinda lame, it occurred to me that Robins idiosyncratic exclamation was probably popularized most by the campy 60s TV series starring...90
By Games Radar on September 23, 2008
Who is Batman to you? The violent lawman of the modern comics? The wink-wink star of the 60’s TV show? Tim Burton’s gothic icon, perhaps? The point is this: Travellers’ Tales have never had a subject so open to LEGO interpretation, and...80
By I Am Gamer on August 03, 2010
Dass Legosteine nicht nur bei kleinen Hobbybastlern mit Schnuller im Mund Verwendung finden, sondern auch hervorragend ganze Computerspielwelten bilden können, bewies Entwickler Traveller‘s Tale 2005 eindrucksvoll mit Lego Star Wars. Seitdem...76