LEGO Batman: The Videogame (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Warner Bros. Wii games
Description:Model ID NWiiLB /
Newest Review: ... through the levels you come across various villains some of which are more difficult to beat than others but I do feel as a ... more
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Customer LEGO Batman: The Videogame (Wii) Reviews (7)
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
This is the third game in the Lego series, following on from Star Wars and Indiana Jones. My kids received it for Christmas two years ago and it remains one of their big favourites. The game lets you control a range of characters from the Batman comic strip series as you progress through different levels, completing specific tasks and battling enemies in a series of adventures. The game is divided into three stages - The Riddler's Revenge, Power Crazed Penguin and The Joker's Return, which each tell a story based on a popular Batman villain. There are five levels within each of these, which provide chapters in the story. You start off in the first level of The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The first Lego themed game my son received for the wii was the Batman video game which he received as a gift for Christmas 2010. We have since bought quite a few more Lego games but this is where it all began! The case shows pictures of various Lego batman figures so you get an idea of the way in which characters are portrayed in the game. My son likes the cartoon element of the characters and I do think it helps make this game more child friendly. The game is loaded like any other wii game and up to four save files can be created should different players in the family wish to complete the game or re play the game. To play the game both a wii ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Lego Batman is the third game in the series of Lego computer games, the first two being Star Wars and Indiana Jones. In this game, Batman gets the Lego treatment, and the general consensus is that the game is better. This is also my opinion, as I found this game more playable and addictive than the other, with many more intricacies and attention to detail than the previous games. The format of the first two games followed the relevant films in series order, but for Batman it has been handled a little differently. You start in the Batcave with Batman and Robin (no surprises there then!). There are 3 initial levels, each with a villain to beat at the end: ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
This game is more playable and addictive than the other games I have experienced based on cartoons, toys and the like. Each story has villain to beat at the end: Penguin, Riddler, Joker. Each story is split into levels where there is a less vicious Batman villain to beat before gaining access to the main villain of the story. However you can only save your progress on the game at the end of each level which is dissapointing. Throughout the game you will need to go back with different characters to complete the levels entirely and achieve the 100% completion percentage to signify you have done everything possible in the game. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/09 (Useful, 5 readings)
Having been a great fan of the Indiana Jones version of this game and the star wars version I was very excited to buy this when it came out. It has a similar format to the previous mentioned games, whereby you and a selection of other characters go through various levels, each set in different locations. This can either be played as a solo character or a multi player game where two of you work as a team to get through the levels. The levels are made up of a mixture of activites, collected coins and other bits and peices as you go, which are all valuable later on. There is a well balanced mixture of fighting off the badies, solving puzzles and operating various vehicles. . Read the complete review
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