LEGO DC Super-Villains
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About this game
Developer: TT Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+
It's good to be bad… Embark on an all-new DC/LEGO® adventure by becoming the best villain the universe has seen. Players will create and play as an all-new super-villain throughout the game, unleashing mischievous antics and wreaking havoc in an action-packed story. Set in an open world experience within the DC universe, the Justice League has disappeared, leaving Earth's protection to their counterparts, who have proclaimed themselves as the 'Justice Syndicate'. It's up to you and a crazy group of misfits to uncover the intentions of Earth's new, strange, wannabe superheroes. Joined by renowned DC Super-Villains: The Joker, Harley Quinn, and countless others from the Injustice League, players will set out on an epic adventure.
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It’s a solid LEGO game, but by this point I’d be just as happy to go back and play a game from the years-old back catalogue as I would be to pick up a new release. There are hints of what Traveller’s Tales is capable of – a gorgeous open world that’s a pleasure to explore, for example – but with the same old level system and old-fashioned combat that desperately needs to be revitalised, LEGO DC Super-Villains feels too stuck in the past to be worth recommending over any other LEGO game.
While the formula has not changed much in these games, they are still fun if you enjoy the subject matter. Being a massive DC fan it is cool to see some weird and obscure villains in this ridiculous roster. LEGO DC Super Villains might feel like a game built on a template, but that doesn’t make it not fun. If you are not tired of the formula and love playing the bad guy, this title might be for you.
LEGO DC Super-Villains has a lot of fun with its source material, and although it does indeed prove that it’s good to be bad, taking some steps away from its play-it-safe formula would have been much, much better. That said, there’s a plethora of exciting content, depth and replay value on offer here, making this a must have for fans of the series. Just don’t expect this to be LEGO’s defining moment.