LEGO Batman: The Videogame Review
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Whether you’re playing with your family or just looking for a change of pace, LEGO Batman: The Videogame is a thoroughly entertaining entry in the series that’ll have you hooked for hours attempting to unlock everything it has to offer.
- Villian Mode shines
- Large selection of characters
- Great two-player gameplay
- Weird camera angles
- Misplaced puzzles
(continued from previous page) ...make playing the game a much more enjoyable family experience. However, conspicuous by its absence here is an online co-op mode, which is somewhat disappointing considering its inclusion in past instalments in the franchise.
One particular aspect that will send the older crowd into a sense of nostalgia is the soundtrack. The melody for the game is Danny Elfman's score from the 1989 Batman film. While, some may have hoped for a larger variety of music, the score as it is works just fine, although a hint of repetition does creep in from time to time.
Overall LEGO Batman: The Videogame offers up more of the same, which isn’t always a bad thing. However, after five instalments, you’d expect Traveller’s Tales to tighten up a few of the more prominent quirks. Nonetheless, problems aside, it’s still the same family fun as you’d come to expect which makes it a must own title for family entertainment or Batman fans in general.
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