Instead we were given nothing but a handful of scenarios that don't even begin to tap the potential this game had. Unlock and upgrade new gadgets and team up with new heroes as you fight your way to justice. The last extra you'll find is collectible capsules that you get throughout the story scenarios. You will also find that as you complete scenarios, the challenges section of the Batcave becomes useful. In this customization shop, you can get multiple armor upgrades, batarang upgrades, new gear, and much more.
They serve no purpose other than eye candy and aren't good for much more than a single look through. The game does present plenty of fun on the first play through though with incredible music and sounds that won't leave you disappointed. The scenarios themselves are also dreadfully short. Getting through all the scenarios can be done in as little as two to three hours, and they lack re-playability. The rest of the characters are thrust into obscurity and feel insignificant next to the power of Batman. You don't get to really know them, and you get few chances to play as them outside of their specific scenario. I still hope you enjoy this review for what it is though.
It's a well written review, and I agree with it fully. No upgrades are usable here leaving even Batman's challenges down to pure skill. Fight crime, solve puzzles, experience interplanetary travel and more as you go behind the cowl of the Caped Crusader and discover what it's like to be a superhero in Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame. The music and sound effects are all authentic. They can be viewed in the center computer and are basically models of all kinds of different characters from Batman's history.
Story There is no actual storyline in this game. This hero is vital to succeeding and requires you to use them in conjunction with Batman to ultimately reach victory. Sadly though, this is a play it once and get rid of it after type game. This is the first review I've done in quite awhile, so it is not up to par at all in my personal opinion. It's disappointing due to what this game could have been.
Although some of the challenges are very easy, a few of them will really test your skills. While playing through levels, you collect little golden batarangs that act as currency in Batman's customization shop. Journey to Foreign Lands: Battle through four unique environments including Gotham City, London, Science Island and Planet Oa. The character customization is the only really fun feature, and even then, it is limited in multiple ways. These challenges range from obstacle courses, to enemy waves, to boss rushes. As previously mentioned, Batman is fully upgradeable. I may revise it at a later date, but I will more than likely just make up for this with a better review later on.
And why can't we battle The Music Meister? I realize it lacks screenshots too google was useless, and I can't be assed to get my own. I still hope you enjoy this review for what it is though. It would have been a huge improvement if you could give minor upgrades to extra characters too. The rewards for these challenges though are some lousy currency batarangs that you probably won't even really need anymore by the time you get around to the challenges. Unlike other Batman games previously made, this remains closer to the comics rather than recent animated movies and the like. Even in their scenario, you'll find yourself preferring the upgraded Batman to anything the other hero can dish out in a big fight. I may revise it at a later date, but I will more than likely just make up for this with a better review later on.
With all the character models there, it leaves you wondering why more of these characters didn't end up in their own scenario of some sort. Although the scenarios are engaging, the extra heroes just come and go. There are few scenarios that create a disjointed, lacking story with forgettable extra heroes, and most of the extras feel just a little too extra and empty. Unlock and upgrade new gadgets and team up with new heroes as you fight your way to justice. Each hero is very different, and some feel very useless outside of their needs for the platforming aspect. They can contain some difficulty, but that difficulty is quickly defeated using the various gadgets you can purchase as Batman.
Be helpful or mischievous while fighting alongside the heroes. The other heroes just don't play a vital enough role in their own scenarios. The only downside to this though, is that Batman is the only customizable character. Like the story, they are shallow and feel almost tedious. Instead, you are given various scenarios. Each scenario starts Batman alone, but quickly finds him teamed up with another hero.
. Be helpful or mischievous while fighting alongside the heroes. I realize it lacks screenshots too google was useless, and I can't be assed to get my own. Journey to Foreign Lands: Battle through four unique environments including Gotham City, London, Science Island and Planet Oa. In the end, the extras are nice, but lacking. Overall, the story truly leaves something to be desired, as it could have been incredible with everything we know Batman for. These are purely added content, but they also feel very extra.