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LEGO Batman Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:The Bat is back, and this time, he's small and plastic! Take control of the caped crusader - or his famous sidekick, Robin - and work your way through a Tim Burton-esque Gotham City. Learn hand-to-hand combat techniques, make use of fantastic toys like the Batarang, and change suits to give yourself special powers. Batman's extendable cape allows him to glide long distances, while Robin's tech suit gives him the ability to take control of other gadgets, such as an RC car. Use the connectable bricks to solve puzzles, like building ladders to reach new areas. Defeat classic Batman villains like the Joker, the Penguin, and Catwoman, then play as the villains and experience the levels from an all-new perspective!
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