Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Wii is a charming game. There are a few areas in which it falls short, but these are easily overlooked by the game’s light-hearted appeal to gamers young and old alike.
Holy 3 Player Co-Op, Batman! We've got two new trailers for Batman: The Brave and the Bold: one showing gameplay on the Science Island level, and the second, the official launch trailer. The first trailer shows off the special moves that summon Plastic Man and the Flash (Mercury-helmeted Jay Garrick version). The second trailer is more an episode of the cartoon than gameplay, but gives some insight into the Nintendo DS conenctivity.
We've been watching the development of the Wii tie-in for the Batman: The Brave and the Bold very closely. As an old comic book fan, with a young comic book fan or two at home, a two player co-op brawler with Batman in it sounds fantastic. The only thing that could be better? More players in co-op, of course! And it looks like that just may happen when the DS and Wii versions of the game communicate with each other.
As a huge comic book nerd, and stalwart fan of the old school beat em up, I've had my eye on the Wii TV-show tie-in Batman: The Brave and the Bold ever since it was announced. A new trailer has been released, and now my demand for this game is approaching infinite crisis levels. First awesome fact: one of Batman's co-op partners is Guy Gardner, a Green Lantern with a loud mouth and a sweet bowl haircut. My son was just asking me why there aren't any Green Lantern video games, and now this comes along! Amazing.
One of the surprise games of E3 for me was a beat em up title for the Wii called Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Based on the cartoon of the same name, players take control of Batman or Robin through various levels taking on thugs and villains all to a gritty and over the top art style.
Warner Bros has released some additional information on Batman: The Brave and the Bold. The Wii and Nintendo DS game will support two-player co-op where players can choose from heroes such as Green Lantern, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, and of course Robin to support Batman on his quest for Bravery and Boldness. Players who own both a DS and Wii will have access to a special character, Bat-mite, by connecting the two systems and using the DS as a controller.
Batman Arkham Asylum was a great game, sure, but it was lacking co-op. It wasn't exactly the most kid-friendly title, either. The next Batman game will be on the opposite end of the Dark Knight spectrum, adding in 2 player co-op and tying in to Cartoon Network's Batman The Brave and the Bold show. The show itself is incredible, featuring a square-jawed, Silver Age art style along with dozens of guest appearances by other DC heroes.
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