"All in all, Lego Batman does feel a little too brief. I remember playing Lego Star Wars and it took me quite a while to get the full 1000 gamerscore, Lego Indy is the shortest of the bunch but I was expecting Lego Batman to be on the same scale as LSW in terms of length, instead it ends pretty quickly...but not too soon, the gameplay does become a bit repetitive and the game doesn't unnecessarily drag on. What's great is that you can play what levels you want from the start, you can just mess around or become very involved and try and hunt down everything the game has to offer. Achievements are fairly straight forward such as making you shock the Joker with the Joker in Free Play, collecting all characters, maxing out the stud counter and so on. Some like back flip with Robin for a set period of time can be tough, but it's not impossible. The visuals in Lego Batman are pretty smooth, of course it won't win any graphic awards...but it does a good job for the most part. The audio is classic Batman, so fans shouldn't be disappointed...I know I wasn't.
Lego Batman shows that the Lego games are getting a little old, but that doesn't mean it's a bad game. I had a riot with the game and I'm sure you will too. The Dark Knight may not have a next-gen hardcore game just yet, but this will do until we get one."