Meanwhile, in the Hall of Justice, a new group of Lego-sized super beings converged to save Gotham in a family-friendly sequel...
We're still 99 percent in the dark where LEGO Batman is concerned, but first artwork released suggests that the Dark Knight's sidekick Robin will be appearing alongside Bats in the game.
Look at the art - how cool is that?
What's currently confirmed about LEGO Batman is that a) it's being developed by LEGO Star Wars developers Traveller's Tales, b) is heading to multiple platforms and c) is due out in 2008. We can't wait. Seriously.
And we'll add a d), e) and the rest of the alphabet as soon
Traveller's Tales latest LEGO game, LEGO Batman, is due to release in 2008 according to a Variety report.
The game is the result of a licensing deal struck between LEGO and Warner Bros., with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment financing development of the project. No further details are available at this time, other than that LEGO Batman will be multiplatform - knock us down with a Batarang.
With Traveller's Tales delivering the goods with LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Batman should be a Dark
If LEGO games had voiceovers, we'd be too afraid of hearing Schwarzenegger's brutally awful dialogue to actually play LEGO Batman after seeing these new screens.
And if it were any other game, we'd be complaining about the lack of real-time lighting and bump-mapped textures, but the LEGO games are so charming that it doesn't matter.
LEGO Indiana Jones is the game everyone's talking about at the moment because
Nov 12, 2007
The first official teaser trailer has appeared online for LEGO Batman.
The second LEGO tie-in from the studio (and with LEGO Indiana Jones on the way) carries the same old PR tag-line, with TT hoping to take both franchises "and make something unique."
Well Star Wars wasn't all that original, but it was certainly bloody good fun (and you can get the missus to play it as well).
So far we know pretty much bugger all about Batman, but we reckon it's safe to assume Robin, The Joker
Nov 13, 2007
Details on the storyline for the LEGO Batman game along with info on playable characters has materialised in the wake of the first teaser trailer hitting the 'net.
Obviously you slip into the Caped Crusader's boots - and sidekick Robin's - and crime-bust in what we're promised is an "interactive" LEGO Gotham City (whatever that means), but Warner Bros. has whispered in our shell-like ears that players will additionally get to control villains in the
Jan 8, 2008
There's no reason whatsoever that Lego Batman shouldn't be quality, considering it's coming from Lego Star Wars crew Traveller's Tales. New screenshots have been
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Batman 2: Super Heroes was reportedly spotted inside kits for LEGO's
upcoming Super Heroes line. It featured the Caped Crusader and a
number of superhero allies, all but confirming earlier rumors that
the next LEGO Batman 2 will be diving headlong into the DC
The new screens from LEGO Batman: The Videogame have tickled us pink; or should we say green and purple? It's not the first time we've seen The Joker so far, but Harley Quinn is looking mighty fine in these new shots. Check out their awesome lair, too:
Friday 8 September 2006
Gotham City's self-made superhero, Batman, looks like he's getting suited up for another gaming adventure, but this time the DC Comics icon is going to be Lego-ised courtesy of developer Traveller's Tales.
With two excellent Lego Star Wars games already under its development belt - the second of which, Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, is out next Monday (although we spotted it on sale in more than one shop today...) - the prospect of Traveller's Tales making a