Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review - The Digital Fix

On hearing that Lego Batman 2 was going to feature full voice-acting – the first Lego title to do so – some fans might have been a little worried. The Chaplin-esque wordless, slapstick physicality seemed by this point so inherent to the Lego games that there was a risk Lego Batman 2 could ruin the franchise forever, or at least be a black mark on its reputation, a mistake hurriedly rectified in future releases. But the addition of speech actually makes for better story-telling. In fact – if you factor in the inevitable bias players will have towards one Lego-fied franchise or another – the various new features to be found in Lego Batman 2 may make it the best Lego game yet.

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