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February 26, 2013 11:58 pm

Riddle Me This: LEGO Batman 2 coming to Wii U

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Out of nowhere, Warner Bros has announced that LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes is coming to the Wii U. The game will be released sometime before the middle of the year. That means it is coming to the Wii U almost a full year after it was released on every other console in 2012. It’s not even the newest LEGO game, that would be the Lord of the Rings installment.

However the game is coming with some great features specific to the Wii U version. There’s the typical interactive map on the GamePad screen but more interesting and useful is the ability to play co-operative with one person on the TV and the other on the GamePad. If you’re playing by yourself though you can play the entire game on the GamePad as well.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes not only features Batman, Robin and the Joker but also other DC properties including Superman and villains Lex Luthor, The Penguin and Harley Quinn.

We’ll let you know when we have a local release date for the game.


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  1. MLTZER

    Old game or not… It’s good to see 3rd parties supporting the console


  2. Leiigh

    Been holding off, can’t wait.


  3. MentalKnight

    Another port of an old game… But at least it sounds like they’ve put a little bit of effort into this one! Still, strange they didn’t just release LEGO Lord of the Rings. Maybe Batman sold better than LOTR?


  4. arrjayjee

    I wish it were Lego LOTR.



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