Lego DC Super Villains Reviews
LEGO DC Super-Villains finally did something, what most LEGO games couldn't - it brought us something new. Puzzles, minigames were always part of LEGO games but never in this particular way. In combination with so many playable anti-characters and their well-done skills, we finally get something, which at least seems like something we haven't tried before. On the other hand controls and the old-known mechanics, which you can find in almost every LEGO game, isn't something that's going to vanish from this super-villain world.
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A very solid and fun Lego game that tries to undo some of the more tired series trends by offering up a more interesting and varied style of humour, deeper puzzles and fighting mechanics but most importantly being less buggy. It's really a great title, and though some fans may find the gameplay still a bit stale, anyone who gives it a shot should find plenty of fun to be had and lots of value for money.
LEGO DC Super-Villains is rather buggy, but it'll keep you playing, and fans should have it high on their wish list.
Add in the superb voice acting, the many different powers that you get to wield as the villains, as well as the huge amount of activities scattered throughout its open world and you're bound to have a good time being bad.
Although developers tried to attract the Hollywood stars, fill the world with puzzles, side quests and were not afraid to try the supervillains theme, this project is not much different from previous games in the plastic universe. There is a feeling that you are playing the same game again and again.
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LEGO DC Super-Villains was a delight to play from start to finish and once again shows an attention to the source material even the big budget DC films sometimes seem to lack. The astounding voice cast brought together brings the world to life, and the refined gameplay systems are as simple as ever to pick up and jump in. Even though the target audience for these games is no doubt on the younger end of the spectrum, Traveller’s Tales have delivered a superb game with a little something for everyone. With great new gameplay additions, hilarious storytelling and the impressive rogue’s gallery of DC to draw from, LEGO DC Super Villains lives up to its bad guy rep and completely steals the show.
LEGO DC Super Villains is another example of how TT Games haven’t just sat back on its LEGO titles to simply release “just another game” with a reskin. It doesn't always work, but the developer has tried to do something new while also keeping elements of previous titles that worked. Add in the iconic slapstick humour and you're in for a reliably good time.
If it's been a while since you've played a LEGO game then Lego DC Super Villain will definitely be a good experience for you but the same won't be true for other players. LEGO DCSV has shown that the LEGO franchise needs a complete overhaul for its survival and its current core gameplay is slowly expiring.
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If you heard of Traveler's Tales, then you probably know it as the company behind the infamous LEGO videogame series… And yes, they are back with yet another edition (the 28th if our math is correct), this one called LEGO DC Super-Villains, a spin-off to the LEGO Batman Trilogy. Despite the Lego formula being tired at this point, Traveler's Tales manages to make the best out of their DC license deal, ending up with a charming quirky videogame that keeps you entertained throughout the story, and overshadows its faults.
Regular and repetitive but still good Lego game without innovations for children and casual players.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
If you are a LEGO/DC fan, this game is a no brainer. A game that succeed on being fun, without unnecesary distractions.
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While I doubt it will convince those bored of LEGO games otherwise, LEGO DC Super-Villains is a fun entry into the series that embraces its evil side for something a little more interesting than normal.
It's a safe purchase. If you've played other Lego games, you probably know what you're getting yourself into. A handful of flaws hold it back from being one of the “greats,” but I walked away impressed overall. It's over-the-top, a little wacky, and it certainly has respect for the IP.
Overall, I enjoyed my time with LEGO DC Super Villains. It told a unique and entertaining story that could rival any from the DC cinematic universe. The game may have been filled with villains, but the real enemy was not the Joker, Lex Luthor or even the Justice Syndicate. The real Villain was the game’s bugs.
Even if you’re become burnt out on the LEGO formula, LEGO DC Super-Villains makes a strong case to come back and bash everyday objects to collect their stud filled inners, and that goes double if you’re a fan of DC Comics
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 oozes with the trademark charm and zaniness of past games in the franchise with a fresh twist that lets you indulge your inner Legion of Doom. The gameplay still largely hews to the traditional Lego gaming formula, which can feel repetitive for folks who have grown tired of the franchise's mechanics. A delightfully villainous cast, however, adds some much-needed freshness to a series that has started to feel a bit stale outside of Lego City Undercover.
LEGO DC Super-Villains offers a lot of great things to like, despite my small quibbles. The title makes up for redundant core gameplay with its sheer variety of playable characters, robust character creation suite, and abundance of side content to complete. Meanwhile, its relatively by-the-books story is bolstered by phenomenal voice acting and classic LEGO charm. It may not be the mature, gritty super-villains game that many would like, but LEGO DC Super-Villains is still worth your time and money.
LEGO DC Super-Villains is an exemplary LEGO video game that polishes all of the series' mechanics to its very best. On the other hand, it doesn't really bring anything new to table.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
LEGO DC Super-Villains is how every LEGO game should be: fun, humorous, witty and with a lot of sarcasm. With several hours to prolong your adventure as the classic DC villains, the title has every reason to enter your collection.
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