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Lego Batman 2: Superheroes unite - but is there anything new

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Eleven games in, it's time to call Superman...

The Danish LEGO factory spits out 1.7 million bricks every hour. It's an impressive feat almost matched by the frequency of Traveller's Tales' tie-in games. Not counting the Rock Band variant, we're now approaching the eleventh licensed LEGO game in seven years, and there's little wonder why the British studio is so prolific: even though the games have been universally great, they're mostly new skins painted onto pieces popped from the moulds constructed back in2005 for the first LEGO Star Wars.... read more

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Lego Batman 2: Superheroes unite - but is there anything new

Postby TimHotston » 27 May 2012, 14:00

Where you say open world I imagine it's more Arkham City than compared to Spiderman games open world :?:
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Postby JCHN » 27 May 2012, 15:08

But im afraid if I buy this people might look down on me for buying a LEGO game at my age, and then i might be shunned from many social occasions which would mean that would be very sad.

Oh who am I kidding, I havent had a friend in years, I am sooooo buying this game.
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Postby bamozzy » 28 May 2012, 10:25

I love the Lego games - even at my 'old' age....

I am also a Fan of 'Batman' and the DC heros too so this is a definite purchase.
As Confucius said 'Man who keeps hands in pockets feels Cocky all day'... ;-)

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Postby corkscru74 » 28 May 2012, 14:31

JCHN wrote:Oh who am I kidding, I havent had a friend in years, I am sooooo buying this game.

Aw shame, these games are always greatly improved by playing Co-op. I'll play with you :lol:
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