Lego Batman: The Videogame (PSP) Reviews
Product Type: Warner Bros. PSP games
Description:Model ID ULES01151 / Genre: Action & Shooter / Release Date: 2008-10-10 / Published by Warner Brothers / Take control of the Dynamic Duo, ... more
Lego Batman: The Videogame (PSP) ... Batman and Robin, as you build, drive, swing, and fight your way through Gotham City capturing escaped villains and putting them back in Arkham Asylum where they belong. Battle against legendary villains including The Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman and more to keep the streets of Gotham clean. Then, for the first time, jump into the story from the other side and play as Batman's foes. Enjoy the power you wield as you spread chaos throughout the city.
Newest Review: ... a family-friendly 3D platformer. But brick-smashing remains a key element in how the game operates; not only does busting up ... more
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LEGO Batman: The Videogame (PSP)
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Customer Lego Batman: The Videogame (PSP) Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/11/11, updated on 06/11/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Little did we know, but when Traveller's Tales first emerged with LEGO Star Wars in 2005, they would have on their hands not only one of the sleeper hits of the year, but the beginnings of what would become something of a gaming craze. Even without rewriting the platformer rule book, the game won a lot of admiration for its fun, humorous homages to the silver-screen classics, whilst achieving that oh-so-difficult task of entertaining players of all ages. Though the LEGO circus had begun to sprout games thick and fast by late 2009, it didn't trouble LEGO Batman: The Video Game, which turned out to be an absolute corker. Because beneath its familiarly accessible ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
The Lego series of computer games takes a well known film series turns it into a series of levels and populated them with a lot of things that can be smashed apart. I was a fan of the original Star Wars version, was fun to see films you know so well in Lego form. The let down with the Batman version is that it doesn't follow any of the film franchise rather its merely a selection of levels which uncovers a new charachter each time. Gameplay is very similar to the others in the series, get to the end of each level, killing the bad guys on the way and destroying everything in sight to get you lego 'bits' at the end of the level you fight the boss who ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/09, updated on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Lego Batman follows the current trend that Lego seems to be following. Find a successful film series and turn the characters and locations into Lego. Simply enough, and in all honesty the characters and levels in the game look like they are made of actual Lego. Very much like Ronseal, it does exactly what it says on the tin. The game allows you to follow the paths of either the good guys (Batman, Robin etc) or the bad guys (The Joker, Riddler etc) in a series of short levels where you have a set of simple aims. Collect Lego bits, save hostages, collect some more Lego bits, have a fight with the levels boss, and oh did I mention collect some Lego ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
LEGO Batman for the PSP is the latest in a line of games including Lego Star Wars and Lego Indiana Jones. The game focuses on Batman and Robin and their quest to defeat the many villians and bad guys to restore justice. However, unlike the other Lego games this doesn't strictly follow the storyline of the Batman films. There are three storylines in the game involving the Riddler, the Penguin and the Joker. There are also plenty of other villians in the game on various levels. There are many you will know from the films like Mr Freeze and Poison Ivy and Two-Face. The levels themselves are quite short, however there are more of them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
After huge hits in the LEGO game franchise in the shape of Star Wars and Indiana Jones, LEGO Batman builds (no pun intended) on their successes, but is not without its flaws. Batman and Robin must build, brawl and tag-team their way through 15 hero stages, using different outfits with special abilities on their way. You can also play through 15 different stages as many of Batman's greatest enemies, lead by the Riddler, Penguin and the Joker. Once a stage is completed however, you are able to mix and match heroes and villains across all the stages in free-play modes; a necessity if you are collecting all secret items towards bonus levels and ... Read the complete review
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