The Lego games always have had a "silent humor" to them, and playing the game with voices was a little surprising, but it payed off immensely. Of course, it's better to play this game with a friend, like all other Lego games, and getting more than two playable characters in some level adds some fun and versatility to how you two coordinate. The game had a captivating story, and it's easy to believe this is a normal day in Gotham City for our Dynamic Duo. The open-world feature feels like a bit much though, and once you've beat the game, you can pretty much fly anywhere instead of actually cruising around in the Batmobile. It's interesting to see a lot of heroes in one level, but it feels a little dissapointing when you realize you only get the Justice League for two levels, and one of them is a Boss Level and you can only use two people at a time during it. Also, once you beat the game and gain free roam, the game has you run (or drive, or fly) all over Gotham to beat up various mini-bosses who are all iconic villians from DC Comics. From the Joker, to Lex Luthor, to Sinestro, the villian roster is very wide, and once you beat them you can then buy them with your earned studs to play as them... And this is where the game adds a drive to actually go back and beat all the Free Play there is and unlock everything (other than being a perfectionist). In short, this game has an amazing story (like all Lego games), fun puzzles, and a plethora of iconic playable heroes and villains, and humor that will have even the most haughty of teenagers admitting that they enjoyed playing a Lego game. For all ages, this game means hours of enjoyment, and even more when you play it with someone else.