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Fighting crime is a full-time job and Batman NEVER takes a vacation. That is until he finally agrees to let Batgirl and Nightwing take him on a long overdue trip - leaving Gotham City under the watchful eye of the Justice League in LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Gotham City Breakout. When Batgirl and Nightwing take Batman on a trip down memory lane - literally - to visit one of the key mentors from his formative years, it's up to the Justice League to keep Gotham City crime-free. But neither situation proves to be a "vacation" as the Bat trio encounters old nemeses on their adventure, and the Justice League discovers just how busy Batman is on a regular basis. It's a brick-tastic battle on two fronts as Batman, Batgirl and Nightwing take on Bane and Deathstroke, while the Justice League - with some help from a few Teen Titans - fends off an assault by many of Batman's infamous adversaries to ensure Gotham City's safety.
Possbily my favourite Lego DC Batman/Justice League DtV so far. Standout locations are Gotham, Arkham Asylum, and Joker's Fun House, whilst Madam Mantis's island Dojo looks good. Lost my attention a bit when the action moved to the 'underground kingdom', but the rest easily made up for it.
Introduced Nightwing and Batgirl, along with Beast Boy and Starfire flying the flag for the Titans.
There's a nice nod to the first foot chase with Red Hood in Batman: Under the Red Hood in the way that a certain character makes his first appearance here and how Batman deduces who he is. Some great reproductions of the covers of Action Comics #1 and Detective Comics #27 too - in Lego of course.
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