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Games4Mac (2009)
Man kann dem Spiel eigentlich nichts vorwerfen, außer dass es im Vergleich zu Lego Indiana Jones kaum weiter entwickelt wurde. Zwar ist das Level- und Charakter-Design einzigartig, technisch wurde das Spiel aber kaum weiterentwickelt. So gibt es immer noch die gleiche Schwäche mit der hakeligen Steuerung der Vehikel, die man sicherlich hätte ausbügeln können. Abgesehen von diesem Manko kann ich dieses Spiel ohne Bedenken weiterempfehlen.
MacLife (Sep 21, 2009)
Twenty years ago on the silver screen, the Joker snarled, "I have given a name to my pain, and it is Batman." Feral Interactive has given a name to our latest gaming obsession, and it is LEGO Batman.
Inside Mac Games (IMG) (Oct 13, 2011)
LEGO Batman is a fantastic action title for people of all ages. Despite a few issues here and there, the overall experience still remains as good as any other LEGO title available today. With all the collectibles and the alternate story line, I would say that the US $24.99 price tag compliments the overall experience quite well. With the hilarious humor of the LEGO mini figures, and the purely fun adventure experience with Batman, we can see how these two foreign concepts can work together to create an enjoyable game in the shoes of the LEGO version of The Dark Knight.
LudoMac (Apr 30, 2009)
Un gameplay éprouvé, des amélioration bienvenues, un thème franchement sympathique, inutile d’en jeter plus. Lego Batman est une franche réussite que nous conseillons aux fans de Batman, aux fans de Legos et à tous ceux qui veulent passer un bon moment devant leurs Mac. Comme Lego Star Wars 2, il récolte un LudoMac Gold bien mérité.
Macworld (Jul 03, 2009)
After you play through the first chapter with Batman and then play the equivalent stages with the villains, your child-like mirth wears off and the game boils down to its stark reality: it’s a repetitive platformer with limited combat, uninspired puzzles, and a difficulty curve that resembles an EKG line. Kids will still be drawn to its many character cameos, mixing of Lego and Batman worlds, and silly (if overdone) humor. It’s a shame this is the least inspired entry of the series, but it’s still better than Lego Superman ever could be.