Batman joins forces with the super heroes of the DC Comics Universe and travels into space to collect the lantern rings and stop brainiac from shrinking worlds.
It's been five months since I first bought this game and I still want my money back.
When I heard that a third Lego Batman game was being released, I had my doubts. I thoroughly enjoyed the second in the series a few years earlier and I still have fond memories of playing the first in co-op with my father on the Wii. I was extremely sceptical about this game: surely they couldn't top the hilarity of the previous games in the franchise, not to mention the excellent Lord of the Rings and Marvel Universe instalments.
Short answer; they couldn't, they didn't, and they probably shouldn't have tried to.
Long answer; this game is not worth the £50 to £60 asking price- heck, it's not even worth £5! Trying to improve on their already solid formula, the development team behind Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham decided to incorporate a new mechanic from Lego Marvel Superheroes into it's game-play- the huge roster of DC characters. Boy, do they suck though.
You know that the characters are tremendously revolting when you (a) contemplate cutting off your ears in the place of listening to them, (b) mute the TV so you can slog through this game in peace or (c) turn the thing off altogether and go play a good Lego game- maybe Indiana Jones or something.
And seriously, who's idea was it to make the Green Lantern worlds look like we were in the middle of a British Gas ad? You know, the ones where home owners live in little houses on separate meteorites? Playing this game, sadly, makes me feel ill at the sight of it, and the lack of over-world maps to pinpoint collectibles is frustrating when all you can see for miles around is the same ruddy landscape over and over again.
I hate to sound negative about Lego games, but it's sort of a case of "the more I play this, the less I like it." Don't get me wrong, the story starts off well enough, but then descends into a kind of discount DreamWorks (before they got into the swing of making actually good movies), with pop culture references everywhere and a lack of real narrative.
There are two positives, however, hence the two star rating; the classic Batman level (the main reason I bought this product) and the Superman theme. Yes, one good level and a piece of music nearly 40 years old are the only saving graces of this game.
Lego Batman: Beyond Gotham? More like Lego Crap-Man: Bunch of Nothingness. Ever since I played Lego Batman 2, I was really disappointed on the lack of good quality it had. Two years later, I heard Lego Batman 3 was going to come out and I wasn't too excited, but then I decided to play it one day and it turned out to be really fun and awesome. The gameplay was a lot more fun, the acting was alright, and I felt like I was in the game exploring all of the lantern worlds. You get to play as over 100 characters, each one with it's own special ability. It felt a lot cleaner and a lot more creative as it goes along. So much humor and not that many glitches, so much better than the last game. I have had a blast playing it and enjoyed it very much. If you try the game out for yourself, I promise you will be blown away. Lego Batman 3 is, and I quote, out of this world. 646f9e108c
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