Well, this is a first. I can't remember a time when the toy outed the game.

Several sources, including MCV , have stumbled on artwork printed inside a new set of LEGO Super Hero toys. And that artwork is significant.

Why? Because it has apparently confirmed that LEGO Batman 2 is in development for "Wii, 3DS, 360 and PlayStation formats." The new Super Hero line is set for an official release in 2012, but some retailers already have them on store shelves. The artwork in question also showed off Superman and Wonder Woman; both will get their own LEGO sets, and more superheroes will follow suit. Right now, there's a good chance this new LEGO game installment will go to both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, given the timing.

Well, as we've always said, those LEGO titles are plenty entertaining. They're great for younger audiences and families, and they give you a ton of bang for your buck. So if Batman: Arkham City is just too mature for your kids, wait on LEGO Batman 2: Super Heroes ; it's bound to fit the bill.

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10 years ago

playstation formats?
meaning a vita title?
sweet!
i love the leggo titles, however repetitive and unchanged they may be.
would be nice to have a slight change of the formula though, playing the same game over and over again gets kinda boring!

they need to put much more work into the puzzles and solutions, especially the hints.
i remember playing leggo starwars the clone wars 3 and it kept telling me only a certain character could open this switch when that switch had NOTHING to do with solving the puzzle!
that character had NOTHING to do with solving the puzzle!


Last edited by ___________ on 12/15/2011 2:08:30 AM

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
10 years ago

Ugh Batman… Well I guess I'll just have to wait until the next Lego game, I hope they come up with an original series next time.

Beamboom
Beamboom
10 years ago

Lego on Vita? Yeah, I like that. The Lego games are excellent for handhelds.

Norrin Radd
Norrin Radd
10 years ago

I have 3 kids. 8, 6, & 4. I can't tell you how excited they are to hear this! Excellent. Can't wait!!