was gonna just buy the game.. couldnt stop playing... thats the problem finished in less then a week... have to do the same thing over and over again but still fun.. would highly recommend rent but dont waste money and buy sad but true
posted by officeninj (GAINESVILLE, FL) Oct 8, 2010
Member since Sep 2009
While it was fun unlocking all the DC heroes as strikers and playing the different heroes, the Bat-Mite level was just awful. I don't say this often, but I wish whoever thought that 10 rounds of straight-up waves of identical bad guys is fun should be shot. Also the graphics were lovely.
Hmmm, what can I say about this game? I'll start like this...
The bad: It's E10+, so it's targeted at kids and teens. You can complete it in 4 hours, tops. Replay value not very high. The A.I. for the second character sucks. You can probably get more from by playing two player.
The good: The graphics are a great representation of the show, extremely faithful. The voice actors from the show, plus the banter between the characters as you go through the levels. Each level plays like an episode from the show. The jump-in heros: However, I wish you could also play as them, too. It's straight beat-em up, and that's a lot of fun. Going back to the episode format, there's a smaller game with the a villian that you have to beat, then it goes into the authentic opening from the show, the title of the episode/level, and then the actually level.
EXTRA: The Bat-Mite challenge is just that...CHALLENGING.
Having said all of this, this game is actually very good and worth buying/renting. Can't wait to see how they do number 2, but I can definitely see a second one of these.
NOTE: Anyone who remembers the SNES version of the Adventures of Batman and Robin will recognize the gameplay of this immediately.