Les méchants de l'asile d'Arkham viennent de se faire la belle et seul le duo des super justiciers pourra sauver Gotham City. Les jeux LEGO et Batman s'associent pour vous apporter une jouabilité originale dans LEGO Batman : le jeu vidéo.
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Date de parution : 29 sept 2008

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À propos de ce jeu

Les méchants de l'asile d'Arkham viennent de se faire la belle et seul le duo des super justiciers pourra sauver Gotham City. Les jeux LEGO et Batman s'associent pour vous apporter une jouabilité originale dans LEGO Batman : le jeu vidéo. Jouez le rôle de Batman et de son associé Robin pour construire, piloter et combattre dans Gotham City. A vous de capturer le joker, le Pingouin, l'épouvantail et d'autres encore. Vous pouvez également jouer en tant que méchant : combattez Batman et répandez le chaos.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Interface : Windows Vista®/XP
    • Processeur : Intel® P3 1.5 GHz ou AMD Athlon™ XP
    • Mémoire : 256 Mo RAM, 512 Mo RAM pour Windows Vista®
    • Graphismes : 128 Mo avec capacité Shader Model 2.0 (shader model 3.0 recommandé)
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15 personne(s) sur 23 (65%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
14.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 décembre 2015
Great LEGO game, as always from TT.
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9 personne(s) sur 12 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
28.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 30 janvier
Lego Star Wars with Batman flavor pretty much. Uses similar mechanics and hub based map system.
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7 personne(s) sur 9 (78%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
21.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 décembre 2015
LEGO Batman is the third game in Traveller's Tales's LEGO videogames series. If we count Star Wars games as a single game, yes. And it was released in 2008. And wasn't based on any movie for first time ever. And it was as multiplatform as it gets, being also released for PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, NDS and PSP. None interesting difference compared between consoles and PC. PSP is like big brothers versions but beaten up badly. NDS has to be remade from scratch engine-wise and it seems to be worse, smaller and clunkier.

Technically, there is one nasty major glitch. Just like Lego Indiana Jones game, this game will glitch, bug and hate you, unless V-Sync is turned on in options. So turn V-Sync on, Robin, and one day you will be as cool as Nightwing.
Game still crashed on me rarely though, weird.

And well, what do I say. Holy Batman, it's yet another LEGO platformer game. It the kind of repetetive casual game that is a dreamgame for collect-a-ton players, as you collect many many studs, buy all characters from franchise, collect more stuff, unlock bonus, collect. You can't even die properly, you just lose some studs. Combat is simplistic button-masher, instead it has more focus on casual puzzles. You still can't collect all stuff from Story mode, have to come at Free Play, where you can select another char during gameplay itself. And well Yet Another LEGO Game!
Well, ok, today it's actually yet another old-style Lego game. Though now with better graphics, yay better lighting and watery-water.

The big difference this time is that it wasn't based off a movie. That means that it's not going to parody your favourite scenes, which may kill humor for some. All characters still don't talk, only make silly sounds with mouth, but cutscenes are still slapstick.

The plot this time is simple: Criminals, psychos and clowns on strike had escaped Arkham Asylum along with famous Batman villians and are causing havoc. Batman and Robin must go and beat them up. One by one.

But hey, at least it brings more of game quality into it. You get to beat bosses at the end of each hero mission.

Yep, game is divided into 15 hero missions and 15 villian missions. Which are connected plot-wise, villian chapters can be played after beating hero ones and explain what baddies were doing before Batman and Robin came in and punched them into blocks.

Hero missions in story mode always see us controlling Batman and Robin. Nope, it never changes, but they are quite interesting pair. Here they can change to certain suit at special powerup rings, which gives them abilities of suit. Like, gliding for Batman. Or walking on the wall made of metal surface for Robin. They also got ability to throw batargan. You just hold attack button and move cursor over baddies and objects you want to be hit and then release button and watching it fly. Or get busy in meantime. It both lets you get enemies outside of your reach and makes it less repetetive to destroy many things.

Dark side missions are more on level of Lego Star Wars. No suit, no batargan. You may get different characters for each chapter, but there is always only two of them. It's still a bit less repetetive than Star Wars, but could use more, like pickable objects from Indiana Jones. It even has those occasional moments where too many enemies respawn too fast and you get killed while trying to solve puzzle and it gets frustrated.

Both of them have few additional things. Most characters can now pick enemy and throw. It's just for variety, you can't aim where you throw at. Shame. Another thing is that you build up combo number while melee fighting enemies, up to 10. It's actually score multiplier, so as soon as you build it up, go and grab some studs, quick! Melee combat also feels more funny, with some enemies flying out comic-like.

AI teammates is sometimes does more stupid things than usually. Like, he can even sometimes not figure a way to get to you and you will not be tag back easily if you go too far, making you backtrack quite a distance.
Also, no one told me that Scarecrow is counted as Riddler when it comes to in-game locked gates.

Eh, in the end, it's yet another Lego game. Good for those who love collecting stuff and want to relax with some very casual relaxed platformer. And for people who find Adventures of Batman and Robin for Sega Genesis just a bit too hard.
Ok, that game is hard as hell, so don't be ashamed. I am just ending review on silly tone. This game is still too repetetive to recommend outside of niche market. Even if it's kinda good.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
18.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 8 avril
The Game is great but very Challenging.
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5 personne(s) sur 5 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7 personnes ont trouvé cette évaluation amusante
2.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 29 mars 2015
On peut dire que pour un premier jeu, ce Lego Batman casse des briques !
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