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Parents' Guide to

LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Well-done (but not perfect) port of console hit.

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Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes was a hit on consoles due to a couple factors -- the ability to save anywhere and the addition of voice acting. The voice acting is still there, but the ability to save is gone, which is frustrating. Still, this is a very good game that shouldn't be overlooked.

The LEGO series is charming, funny, and more addictive than it should be -- and this game was one of the best. The early version is a bit buggy, with several reports of crashes (though we didn't experience any in our testing), but the core fun of the original is still here. It's not as good as what Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii players got, but it's a good compromise, especially at the price.

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