Although many people only focused their attention on a certain revolutionary assassination game, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham showed itself on almost every platform this week. Since we managed to get the PC, Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game, you should have your share of Lego in the days to come. Let's start with the PC one, which looks pretty good at 60 frames per second, and we'll show you the rest as soon as possible. This new episode doesn't seem to add much to the successful formula of the series, but it's still a very pleasant game to enjoy with your kids (or on you own), especially if you're a fan of the DC universe. We were surprised to find a tribute to Resogun in this third adventure of Batman's Lego self, so let's hope there are more suprises in the rest of the game. Before we forget, one thing you should do over and over again is to fly with Wonder Woman. It never gets old. Note: So far wev'e only encountered one bug that was a bit annoying, when the camera stayed focused on the boss we had to hit instead of showing our character. Other than that, nothing to report.
@KORNdog: "Cars reflect other cars" Forza doesn't even do that lol (28 minutes ago)
Screen space reflections on pretty much everything. Cars reflect other cars and people. When it rains everything relfects everything else. Headlights cast shadows of fences and trees. It's purdy (1 Hour ago)
Say what you want about the quality of the game itself. But the visuals in mafia 3 are super impressive. It's doing stuff I've never seen in an open world game. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: i hope that means they've been talking to MS and Sony, and not that it hints that the game is maaany years away :D (1 Hour ago)
@b0vril: I'm gonna rent it from Redbox, saving some money toward GOW (1 Hour ago)