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Lego Batman - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
  • ASIN: B000ZKBJY6
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.3 x 1.3 cm ; 113 g
  • Release Date: Sept. 23 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,050 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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When all the villains in Arkham Asylum team up and break loose, only the dynamic duo is bold enough to take them on to save Gotham City. The fun of LEGO, the drama of Batman and the uniqueness of the combination makes for a comical and exciting adventure in LEGO Batman: The Videogame. Play as Batman and his sidekick Robin as you build, drive, swing and fight your way through Gotham City capturing escaped villains including The Joker, Penguin, Scarecrow and more. Then, jump into the story from the other side and play as Batmans foes! Enjoy the power you wield and battle Batman while spreading chaos throughout the city. There is no rest for the good (or evil!).

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Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Great game, my son loved it, easy to figure out for my 6yr old, which is a problem for a lot of the Xbox games... this one, no problem!!
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Game arrived quickly and in perfect condition and we have enjoyed many (many) hours of fun game play. Great game for kids (and adults)!
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Simple, prompt, well packaged and product performing as expected.
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My children love it.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa515ea68) out of 5 stars 237 reviews
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HASH(0xa4a6f258) out of 5 stars The Dynamic Duo kick the blocks outta Arkham's Worst! Sept. 24 2008
By Kevin J. Loria - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
If you liked LEGO Star Wars and LEGO INDY, then LEGO BATMAN is already in your Xbox....'nuff said. If you didn't like them...you won't like BATMAN...if you didn't try them, you should.

The LEGO games are fun for the whole family, young and old, the animated LEGO movie links to the gaming threads are wild & wicked and worth the purchase on their merits alone. The format for Batman is much like the Lucasfilm game sets, just not directly connected to any particular movies...although (thankfully) the Danny Elfman music (circa 1989) runs throughout the game, the style is generic Batman via LEGO LAND. The villains have teamed up to escape Arkham Asylum and the Dynamic Duo must stop them...each villain has a story arc to unlock, before free play is possible in the related locations...so like the previous installments, replay value is high, you can return to the story setting later as several optional characters including the villians themselves in order to find hidden "trophies" to build in Wayne Manor (part of the Batcave hub, where menus, story progress and unlockables lie). This way the same tales have many variations for players to explore, collecting the coin-like "studs" as currency for upgrades and unlockables. There's roughly about 30 separate levels to play, 15 in the hero chapters and 15 levels i the villain chapters.

LEGO BATMAN characters have individual moves, Batman for example can put baddies in a choke hold and throw them. An exciting addition to LEGO combat is the BATARANG, which will lock on targets for distance attacks. Introduced also, are special suits for Batman and Robin, these make certain combinations of characters a necessity for passing stages or solving puzzles...For example, in true comic book fashion,Robin can get a Magnetized-suit to scale metal walls, I can't explain the pleasure that came from watching Robin lumbering and buzzing up surfaces (sound fx here are classic) Other moves are standard for the LEGO games: grappling hooks for platforms and punching and kicking.

The character design is great and Gotham looks good...there are lest characters to be unlocked here than in any other LEGO game so far and lest upgrades as well. But as for the characters there are so good choices from the Batman Universe....Joker, Penguin, Catwoman, Two-Face, Poison IVY, Mr. Freeze, Riddler, Killer Croc, Scarecrow, The Mad Hatter, even Bane.Like the heroes, each villain has their own special weapons and moves...I bet you can guess Banes.

Another LEGO staple is the mix and match at the hub, where you can customize a character for free play by swapping the pieces around.

No major complaints, it just seems smaller than previous efforts, maybe because no direct movie-tie-in was done...like the Trilogy format.
I do miss the "character quirks" introduced for LEGO INDY, like the fear of snakes and rats, effecting character behavior. Admittedly it doesn't work well with the superhero genre. Also, since this is a Traveler's Tales project with Warner Bros. and not Lucasfilm, don't expect to find any hidden Star Wars characters this time....sorry.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4a6f660) out of 5 stars Basically a first timer to Lego games, and what a trip! Oct. 3 2008
By Timothy A. Coonfield - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I had only vaguely played the Lego Star Wars game, and Indiana Jones, well I had passed on that. But when a green haired lego Joker is staring me in the face, who am I to resist?

The game is quite simply a nostalgia overload of goodness. Everything you loved about Batman and everything you loved about Legos...all in one. The game features an original storyline, not a rehash of any Batman episode or movie you've seen. It combines all of the characters and villains that you know (Joker, Penguin, Riddler, etc) and a few that maybe you don't (Poison Ivy, Killer Moth). And they all become controllable characters as well. One of the best aspects of the game is the at times ingenious ways you combine the capabilities of the different characters to solve puzzles. One may have super strength while another has mind control and another can swim underwater. All the abilities need to be used in concert to get 100% of the experience in the game.

At times, the game feels a little hack-and-slash, but somehow it never gets old. The constant quest for the latest unlockable, trying out a new character, or solving a perplexing puzzle...it just keeps driving you. And rest assured there is a lot to find in this game. It can definitely keep you busy for a while.

I don't know if all the Lego games are this good, but if you're like me, you won't regret making Lego Batman your first!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4a6f6d8) out of 5 stars The best yet, in the outstanding lego series Oct. 7 2008
By J. Cowley - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
As a father of two and a long time gamer, I'm a huge fan of the Lego games. Lego Indiana Jones was not quite as good as the Star Wars installments, IMO, however the Batman game reigns supreme! Yes, the quirky AI issues that have plagued the series still exist but they are easy to tolerate given the engaging game play and fun spirited humor that has become a trademark of Lego Video Games. The ability to play as the Villains in Story Mode is a great addition. I also appreciate that the game does not follow any particular movie script.

This game is fun for both adults and children and offers an excellent co-op experience. Even my non-gaming Wife enjoys playing this with the kids. The bottom line is, Lego Batman does not disappoint. Enjoy!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4a6fa68) out of 5 stars Almost a perfect 5! Sept. 24 2008
By dirt55 - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
This game is incredibly fun! I love how creative, colorful, and plain wacky this game is. This is the first Lego game I have bought and I'm surprised how expressive the characters are despite being blocks who don't talk, but just make gestures instead. I played it both single and co-op and both are very fun. It was so close to 5 stars except two things: #1 No online co-op? Really? In this day and age where you can play a $5 XBL title co-op online??? This game is a natural fit for online! #2 Not being a Lego gamer before I was kind of confused at first what the bits were for that you pick up and how to smash things and how to open other things you KNEW could/needed to be open. I read the manual and it was pretty non-informative. What bothered me the most was that I was at the options screen and wasn't sure what some of the audio/video settings would do or what some of the unlockables would do if you enable them in the options menu...and what does the manual say about them? Nothing, Zero, Nada. Seriously? I don't need full explanations about my health bar or the characters...explain the stuff that's actually confusing. Despite these two things this game is great and very recommendable!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4a6fba0) out of 5 stars Here we go again... Sept. 24 2008
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
You'd figure that with two Lego Star Wars games and Lego Indiana Jones already under their belts, Travelers Tales' Lego games would be getting kind of stale. Well, you'd figure wrong. Lego Batman features everything that was enjoyable with the aforementioned games, and slaps the Batman license on it to boot. Playing as the Caped Crusader and his sidekick Robin, you traverse a Lego-fied Gotham City and take on the usual rogues gallery of baddies. Fans of the Batman comics will be happy to see plenty of familiar faces: Joker, Nightwing, Batgirl, Hush, Bane, and plenty more are all here for your amusement. If you've played any of the previous Lego-based games, you should already know what to expect here, as Lego Batman offers up plenty of funny and comical moments supplemented with tons of unlockables and bonus characters to boot. The game looks good and even offers Danny Elfman's classic Batman theme, rounding out the presentation. The only downsides to Lego Batman are the same flaws that were apparent in previous Lego games: the difficulty is simple to say the least, and the game isn't that long at all. Still, with the hordes of unlockables to find, you'll keep playing, although it would have been nice to have some online co-op features by now. All in all, Lego Batman is a fun and family friendly diversion that anyone can enjoy and easily pick up and play.

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