Yes doods and peeps, Legonians CAN SPEAK HUMAN TONGUE! Who knew?
Yes. Being the somewhat softhearted guy (SOMEWHAT) I am who’s known for accepting almost anything anime and videogames have to offer, it should be no surprise I like the Lego video game series and their latest installment, which is the sequel to Lego Batman, looks to be the biggest one by far since “Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga.”. this may very well be the very 1st time in next-gen history (Maybe not, but whatever) that one of the game’s main highlights is actual voice-overs instead of the usual Lego-ian our favorite virtual block cosplayers are known to speak.
If you’ve never played a Lego game before, I’ll sum the basic premise up as simple as possible. Lego versions of your favorite movie series/franchise with decent to really funny humor that doesn’t feel the least bit mentally insulting. Gameplay wise, these games always tons of quests and activities to keep you busy for a while. Tons of playable characters, quests and other silly hoopla. As for difficulty…Easy/Medium as these games are for all ages after all.
What’s new in LB2 compared to its predecessor? Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes will feature an open world concept. The game will feature gameplay similar to its predecessor, Lego Batman: The Videogame, but allowing players to play as classic Batman characters and other various DC Comics superheroes,such as Nightwing, Robin, Batgirl, Green Lantern, Superman, The Flash, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman, Hawkgirl, Cyborg, and Wonder Woman. There will be over 50 playable characters. New gadgets such as Robin’s Hazard Cannon, Superman’s heat vision, and a Power Suit for Batman have been announced. The game will feature an optional 2-player cooperative play. Cooperative play will now feature a split screen due to the game having an open-world environment.
LB2 will be released for all major platforms (Cellphones excluded) on June 19th.