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L'union fait la force ! Le duo de choc formé par Batman et Robin rejoint des célèbres super héros de l’univers DC dont Superman, Wonder Woman et Green Lantern pour sauver Gotham City des griffes des redoutables criminels : Lex Luthor et Le Joker.
Date de parution: 22 jun 2012
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DC Super Heroes Unite ! Le duo de choc formé par Batman et Robin rejoint des célèbres super héros de l’univers DC dont Superman, Wonder Woman et Green Lantern pour sauver Gotham City des griffes des redoutables criminels : Lex Luthor et Le Joker.

Caractéristiques

  • Collectionnez 50 personnages DC Comics dont Le Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern et beaucoup d'autres. Utilisez vos nouvelles aptitudes et traversez le ciel de Gotham City en toute liberté, gelez et poussez des objets avec le super souffle, chauffez des objets et percez-y des trous grâce à la vision thermique
  • Apprenez à maîtriser de nouveaux costumes et accessoires dont la Super combinaison de Batman et la Combinaison anti-radiations de Robin, celle-ci étant équipée d'un Canon pressurisé pouvant absorber et projeter des liquides dangereux
  • Utilisez vos nouvelles aptitudes et traversez le ciel de Gotham City en toute liberté, gelez et poussez des objets avec le super souffle, chauffez des objets et percez-y des trous grâce à la vision thermique
  • Créez des super héros uniques avec les personnages personnalisables
  • Jouez avec vos proches et rejoignez ou quittez la partie facilement grâce au mode coopératif et son écran partagé dynamique

Configuration requise

    Minimum
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP, Windows Vista ou Windows 7
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz ou AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ - 2x 2000 MHz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go RAM
    • Disque dur Space: 10 Go
    • Carte graphique : NVIDIA 7600, 7800, 8xxx ou supérieure, ATI 1950 ou supérieure
    • DirectX® : Périphérique audio 100% compatible avec DirectX 9.0c
    • Son :Compatible avec DirectX 9.0c
    • Information supplémentaire :Ordinateur 100% compatible avec DirectX 9.0c requis
    Recommendé
    • Processeur : Quad core CPU 2.7 GHz
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go RAM
    • Carte graphique : NVIDIA GeForce 8800 ou supérieure; ATI HD3870 ou supérieure
    • Additional: Ordinateur 100% compatible avec DirectX 9.0c requis
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Bon délire
Posté le : 26 mars 2014
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Vieux copié-collé d'un 1er opus mixé avec un zeste de Marvel Lego... Un DLC est bien moins vendeur.
Trop court sur tout les plans et maniabilité catastrophique.
Exploration frustrante dans une ville triste (à en pleurer) et chaotique (à en perdre une manette).

Encore une suite qui perd un peu de son âme.
Posté le : 11 février 2014
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So, I do recommend this game, because it's wicked fun, especially with two players, but it does have some problems.

I got this game because I'm really into Batman, and I wanted to try to get my 7 year old daughter into it too. I was playing Batman: Arkham City with her, but my wife found out about it, and she was not happy. So, we agreed that this way more kid-friendly game was probably a good compromise. And it is pretty kid-friendly as far as content goes. The characters are fun, and building LEGO stuff in-game to make vehicles and such is a blast. As far as my goal of getting my daughter into Batman, it worked like a charm, and now we're watching the movies and TV shows, and as soon as she can read I will start getting her some of the old comics. So there's that.

Now the problems: controls and bugs. The controls are pretty decent in single-player mode, but all hell breaks loose in multiplayer mode. Inside a level, if you and your partner are together in the same location, and one of you moves even a tiny bit while the other is doing something where you have to stay in one spot (i.e. aiming a batarang or Superman's heat vision, spraying something with water, etc.) the aim gets totally thrown off. If your partner is say, just hypothetically, a willful 7-year-old girl who will not listen to repeated cries of "STOP MOVING, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!", it becomes hard to complete a task sometimes. Also, if you and your partner split up, the screen splits to give each player a view of where they're going, but it doesn't split just horizontally or vertically, it splits based on where you've moved. So, if your partner has moved above you, it splits somewhat horizontally. However if they move off at an angle, the screen splits perpendicular to that angle, so it's not always nice and square and you end up not being able to see much. Controls with the vehicles are mostly good, except for the flying vehicles for some reason. It seems like they're unable to move in the vertical axis and the horizontal at the same time. When completing flying challenges, it was mostly moving forward, stopping, then gaining or losing altitude, then stopping, then moving forward again, rather than a more fluid motion. If the flying vehicles controlled more like the flying characters it would be better.

Also, maybe this game was rushed, or maybe it's just me, but there seem to be a surprising amount of bugs and stuff in the game. Sometimes it crashed if another program required attention or if a notification popped up from Windows, and sometimes it crashed for no reason at all. Also, there were many places in the game where a character could get stuck and there'd be no choice but to have the other character go somewhere to unstick them. For example, you can get stuck in a few of the gargoyles on the rooftops of Gotham City, and this would require the other player to stop what they were doing and go enter the subway system, so that both characters would be reset to whereever you exited the subway. It's little, but when you're playing with a kid, and you can't drop what you're doing to go unstick them for the fourth time, it can become an issue.

Oh, and my wife wants me to note that since the male characters tend to have more useful powers than the female characters in this game, that the unlockable Batgirl character should've been allowed to use both Batman's and Robin's power suits. I tend to agree.

All this aside, the game is really fun, with a ton of characters to unlock, vehicles to unlock, decent level diversity, and a pretty fun overworld to explore. The inclusion of most of the 1989 Batman film soundtrack and the main theme of the 1978 Superman film is awesome. The game ran smoothly on old hardware (3 year old video card in a 7 year old computer) and Xbox controller integration is very nice. I'm definitely looking forward to further LEGO games, especially LEGO Marvel Superheroes.

8/10, would play again.
Posté le : 31 janvier 2014
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It's the Justice League + an open-world Gotham full of shenanigans + writing that's going to mock its source material at any chance it can get + one of the strongest Lego games I can think of. If your friends will visit your place, it has 2P local co-op too. When the worst thing I can level against a game is "it's a bit similar to the last one, but not in a bland way", I would say that gets my seal of approval, yeah. Huge tip: rush through the story mode ASAP before you go back for collectables/unlocks, the simple ability to swap characters/turn on some of the cheats really makes that more pleasant.

My only complaint: game does not feature Green Arrow, but Black Canary got in somehow. Ah well, that'll probably come up in the sequel it teases at the end. (Spoilers: it teases a sequel at the end which will probably be crazier than this.)
Posté le : 27 avril 2014
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I didn't really find this one quite as much fun as the other LEGO games.
It seems to have a bit less LEGO and comedy relief than the other games.

But it's still a pretty good game, I would recommend it for Batman fans.
Posté le : 21 mai 2014
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Lego Batman est de retour, avec plein de nouveautés, surtout au niveau des tenues. Il vaut vraiment le coup, si vous avez aimé le 1, vous serez fan du 2 ! :D'
Posté le : 15 juillet 2012
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