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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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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50 personne(s) sur 53 (94%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6 personnes ont trouvé cette évaluation amusante
9.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 juillet
Faulty's scorecard :-

1) Essential purchase
2) Recommended purchase
3) Recommended purchase during a sale
4) Not recommended unless heavily discounted
5) Not even recommended for Steam game collectors

The Block Knight

While it is very easy to dismiss the LEGO games franchise that Traveler's Tales games have made a small fortune off as simple button mashing, block smashing exercises to keep the kids entertained for a few hours on end; as an adult gamer there is still plenty to enjoy from the manic local co-op to the mildly entertaining puzzles that litter the game world to what is LEGO games greatest strength - their sly humor that parodies the source material they are often based upon which is often laugh out loud funny. Most LEGO games I have had the pleasure of playing have contained many a belly-laugh moment and it's because of this humor that I have fostered a soft spot for these kinds of games even as over the years the formula may have become more refined but remained steadfastly the same. LEGO Batman: The Videogame is no different and plays out like every other LEGO game in the TT LEGO cannon.

LEGO Batman: The Videogame is also one of the last few games from the franchise where non of the actual characters in the storyline speak any recognizable language. Over the years this has changed to include full voice overs but there is a certain charm to hearing each LEGO digital figurine espouse dialog through a series of grunts, groans and squeaks that I find oddly enduring and far more funnier and entertaining than the voiced counterparts of the recent LEGO entries. LEGO Batman: The Videogame is also one of the few LEGO games that follows its own storyline not simply relying on the narrative of the famous films it mimicks to prop it up. While the game may not use the films as its inspiration it thankfully does include Danny Elfman's famous and wonderful Batman score that should evoke a nostalgia trip all on its own.

While the story may not be the biggest selling point here - its a simple story about how every villain known to Batman has absconded from Arkham Aslyum and it's the task of the worlds most famous detective and his super sidekick Robin to ensure that they all find their way back into the prison holding cells from which they escaped. The game world is broken up into three acts which each contain five episodes. Each one of those episodes usually ends in some sort of boss fight with one of Gotham's famous villains and most are colorful, creative and fun to engage with. The boss fights are not particularly hard but do require some thought when dealing with and most cannot simply be taken down my mashing the attack button often requiring the gamer to use the environment to his/her advantage which usually mean smashing everything in site around the enemy to see if there isn't some LEGO blocks hiding about that can be then used to build a device of some sort to aid you in your troubles.

As is with most LEGO games each level you encounter will be flush with areas and puzzles you won't be able to complete the first time around until you have unlocked the necessary character and completing the games story mode will only often see you through about 30% of the game. If you are a completionist you will need to return to these areas through an option called free-play that will allow you to switch characters in an out (once again - provided you have unlocked them), each with their own unique abilities to help solve the puzzles you couldn't solve the first time round. This feature does add a nice level of longevity to the games and its often a lot of fun trying to figure out which of the characters in your arsenal is the right man or woman for the job. If you decide to play solo then you are given the option to switch in and out with both Robin or Batman during the games story mode or any other unlocked character during free-play. During co-op its pretty much the same situation except you obviously can't inhabit the same character your current co-op partner is controlling.

LEOG Batman: The Videogame still comes with a few caveats though. Even after so many iterations there is still no online play to be found anywhere and this is a major oversight on TT games part. While couch co-op is great I would love to be able to enjoy a LEGO game with one of my many "eSTEAMed" friends. Also when it comes to platforming LEGO Batman: The Videogame is still very much on shaky ground. The platforming sections have improved greatly with the more recent titles but LEGO Batman: The Videogame, being one of the older LEGO games, still suffers from some terrible platforming mechanics which can sometimes be borderline frustrating.

LEGO Batman: The Videogame is a fantastic and fun LEGO game and is the perfect game to share with yourself and your kids. Its a formula that still works to this day (hence the deluge of LEGO games on the market at the moment and the many more to come) and it's simple and quick enough to pick up and enjoy in small bursts or longer playtime sessions. If you are a fan of the DC character then it's a definite recommend purchase for your library and if not simply grab it for the kids and then let the game win you over as you co-op it with them.

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12 personne(s) sur 13 (92%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8 personnes ont trouvé cette évaluation amusante
38.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 7 octobre
38 hours and a 100% completion rate later, I found myself looking for the red power bricks hidden around my house.

Five studs, I mean, five stars.....
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7 personne(s) sur 8 (88%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
14.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 27 septembre
Lego Batman is a cute Lego-ish take on the Batman franchise. Unlike other Lego Games, where a universe and story was created in lego-fashion, Lego Batman has it's own original story. You play from a third-person perspective, and can play as one of a number of different characters once you unlock them. You can also control the Batmobile, Batwing and a boat, which is pretty cool. As with previous Lego games you can play in two-player co-op mode.

In Lego Batman, you face off against The Riddler, Clayface, Mr Freeze, Poison Ivy, Two Face, Penguin, Bane, Killer Croc, Man, Bat, Catwoman, Scarecrow, The Mad Hatter, Killer Moth, as well as Joker and Harley Quinn. All of these foes have escaped Arkham Asylum and will need to be rounded up to make Gotham City safe once more.
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8 personne(s) sur 12 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
10.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 juin
Well this game start with a problem, it was easily fixed by switching V-sync on.
But after that I did enjoy myself its a nice game, best bought on sale that is.

I bought all 3 Batmans as a package so it's hard to go wrong.
This game actually had something that I wish the real Batman had.

You got 3 episodes with each 15 levels you can play you use Batman and Robin to solve puzzles and fight of allot of enemy's. You also can/need to change to other outfits that have different powers its nicely done.

But what I wish the real Batman game had and this game has.
You can play as the Bad guys :P

Gives another extra 3 episodes with another total of 15 levels.
It well done and gives a different view on the good guy missions.

Every episode also has 1 epic mission in which you get to use an aircraft or boat those are my fav. Should offer plenty of gametime as I'm not done yet.

The only silly thing is they didn't give the guys voices.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
40.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 29 octobre
Played 40 hours of this game and I'm still not done with 100% of the content
Suprisngly fun gameplay
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