Macworld writes: "The Dark Knight. The Caped Crusader. His unique lore has transcended mere cultural fame to become something essentially American. He's the more complex, fragile, and real side of American heroism. While Superman is the hero everyone wishes would save them, Batman is the frightening hero we deserve. But I'm not sure what we, as a society, did to deserve Lego Batman: The Videogame.
I'm a big fan of the Caped Crusader, and as I've shown in previous reviews, I enjoy the cartoonish violence, simple combat mechanics, and challenging puzzle/platforming formula of the Lego series. To a point.
The problem with Lego Batman is that it doesn't do anything the other entries in the series haven't already done (and better). Perhaps getting complacent, the developers have thrown another franchise into the lego-game-o-matic and hoped to get similar results."