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.
The only time I can remember a real rivalry was the Megadrive and SNES, and even the Nintendo just did their own thing. (1 Hour ago)
Not to say they'll find success in their strategy this go around.. we'll see. I'm more confident in at least a meager success than most because I think they have more riding on this than WiiU. (4 Hours ago)
That's because you don't understand Nintendo. They've never built a platform around their competition. They've literally always avoided it. Since forever. (4 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: probabaly comes from the time when they were actually competative and wanted to succeed? It's been so long i can't pinpoint when exactly that was. (4 Hours ago)
Nintendo has been weird since they packed a robot in with the NES. (4 Hours ago)