LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Nintendo Wii

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Nintendo Wii

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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes is an Action-Adventure game set within the Batman universe, and filled with LEGO versions of heroes and villains from the Batman comic series, working together/against those from the Justice League comic series. The game is a standalone follow-up to 2008’s Lego Batman, and features an a wealth of heroes and villains, an engrossing storyline, in-game dialog, classic LEGO video game play that includes a co-op support, family-friendly action and in-game gadgets, vehicles and super hero abilities.

Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes game logo
Superman, Batman, and Robin posing in a dramatic pose together in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

The Caped Crusader joins forces with the Justice League to protect Gotham from an unprecedented union of evil.
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Join Forces to Save Gotham from Enemies United Against It

In Lego Batman 2: DC Super Hereos, calamity strikes as the Joker forms as alliance with Lex Luther. The result is a uniting of the world’s greatest villains from across the DC Comics universe, hell bent on tearing down Gotham City, brick by brick. Thankfully Batman and Robin are able to form their own unit for good with members of the Justice League. Additional heroes available in the game include Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and many more. The game contains lighthearted content featuring Batman flavored action, mixed with classic LEGO block gameplay. Players utilize a variety of vehicles including the Batmobile and Batwing, and must master a range of gadgets in order to triumph. True to the beloved LEGO video game play, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Hereos contains contains both single player and co-op gameplay options.

Key Game Features

  • The Melding of Video Game and Toy LinesLEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes complements the brand new, recently released LEGO Super Heroes: DC Universe toy collection. The line includes five construction sets, such as The Batcave and three buildable, detailed action figures.
  • Heroes and Villains Galore – The Dynamic Duo of Batman and Robin join other famous super heroes from the DC Universe including Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern to save Gotham City from destruction at the hands of the notorious villains Lex Luthor and the Joker. Batman fans of all ages will enjoy a new and original story filled with classic LEGO video game action and humor as players fight to put the villains back behind bars.
  • Classic LEGO Video Game Co-op PlayLEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes builds upon the action and cooperative gameplay experience established in the best-selling LEGO video game to date
  • Lighthearted Action – The game further extends and combines both the Batman and LEGO video game experiences to create very fun gameplay.
  • Exciting Vehicles and Gadgets – Explore all new areas of Gotham City utilizing a variety of vehicles including the Batmobile and Batwing. In addition, players are able to fight for justice by mastering new gadgets and suits, such as Batman’s Power Suit and Robins’ Hazard Cannon, Superman’s flight, super-breath and heat vision abilities.

Additional Screenshots

The Joker and one of his flunkies firing a Kryptonite raygun in your direction in Batman in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Beware your arch nemesis.
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Superman using his heat vision in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Special gadget and powers.
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Wonder Woman surveying the city at night in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

An array of heroes and villains.
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Batman and Robin in the Batcave in Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Iconic Gotham locations.
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3 thoughts on “LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – Nintendo Wii

  1. Pen Name

    My 8- and 10-year-olds love it 0

  2. Medusa

    Holy smokes Batman! 0

  3. Excalibur626

    Lot’s of Superhero Fun!!……..with some VERY slight issues I’ve been able to play both the Wii and PC versions of this game, a bit obsessively I might add. My 6 year old loves the game. He sometimes needs my help with some of the more confusing puzzles, but there are other instances where I’m amazed at what he is able to figure out on his own. I’m not sure I would have been so savvy when I was 6.There are a lot of similarities to other Lego games, but just as many differences and enhancements to make it interesting.I love the enhancements Lego has made to the overall package. The characters talking really makes the story come alive like it never has before. New characters mean new moves and this game has plenty of both. My personal favorite is being able to fly, whether it’s with Superman, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Man-Bat, Brainiac or Wonder Woman……to name a few (not to mention Sinestro, General Zod, Hawkgirl, Killer Moth, Supergirl & Martian Manhunter). You can also double click the fly button to give yourself a speed boost, which is especially fun at street level. There is a little bit of a learning curve to flying (it takes a minor amount of practice), but once you’ve got the hang of it it’s a blast! One other bonus, any time you fly around Gotham City (not within the levels) as Superman, you get to hear the John Williams Superman movie score! My heart swells just little anytime I take off as Superman and that music starts. Superhero scores doesn’t get much better than that. Also, it’s a blast running through the streets as The Flash….be careful if you’re prone to motion sickness. You can easily run yourself dizzy.Now that I’m used to it, I really like having the whole of Gotham City to cruise around. It’s extremely confusing at first to get around and I wouldn’t recommend it until you’ve completed the Story Mode. Doing that will give you a good intro to the city as a whole. Plus, it’s just more fun to travel around when you have the luxury of switching to other characters. I have made extensive use of the Map View to find objects scattered all over the place. BTW — don’t forget to spend a good amount of time at the local Carnival playing the games along the boardwalk and riding the rides. There are gold bricks aplenty to be found there.I think my favorite enhancement has got to be the fact that there are Checkpoints within the levels. Some of the levels in other Lego games seem so long, that sometimes you would need to put aside up to an hour to get one finished or you lose your progress. In this one, there are Checkpoints (and they tell you load and clear when you are near one) that allow you to save your progress so you can exit the game and pick up where you left off. I will say that I had a couple of issues with that in the Wii version for the game where it still took me back to the beginning, but other time when it worked the way it was supposed to. However, I had no issues with the PC version.On the down side (which is really mostly nit-picking), the Checkpoint option not working a couple of times on the Wii version was very frustrating (I’m sure just a glitch). I wish there was a way you could just exit out and it would automatically save your progress wherever you happen to be in the level. Some of those levels are really long and I just hate having to retrace my steps…..that’s what Free Play is for.Playing in 2-player mode is tough. Because it is a dark game in many instances and so much is going on, it’s hard to follow your character sometimes when you’re playing with someone else. I loved it when they came up with the split screen, but when you’re just running around Gotham City it stays a split screen even if you are right next to the other player — I don’t get that one.My only other real beef is how the game runs on the Wii compared to the PC. There are basically 3 sections of Gotham City (North, Central, and South) that are connected to one another by bridges. On the Wii, there is this pause in the game when you travel from one section to another as the system loads the section you are traveling towards. In the PC version, the traveling is seamless. I would assume that the same seamless travel holds true for PS3 and Xbox. It’s frustrating knowing that you can potentially move with ease through all of Gotham City, but because you’re using the Wii, there are these annoying pauses and loads. It is especially annoying when you are flying. In the Wii version, you can ONLY travel from one section to another across bridges, so when you are about to fly across water to another section, the game turns you around like you’ve hit an invisible wall and won’t let you continue forward until you’ve brought yourself down to ground level and use the bridge. In the PC version, you get to fly all over the city without ANY break in the action. Unfortunately, it drives home the fact that the Wii falls a little short compared to other systems. Also, I know there are…

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