Wednesday, 27 June 2012
Story-8/10- The basic plot is that Lex Luthor and The Joker team up, make a giant Joker robot that can spray mind control gas, and mind control the whole of the USA. Batman and Superman learn of this, and go to stop them.
As this is the first Lego game to have voice acting, they throw in witty dialogue and pretty great voice acting, my favorite being The Penguin. It also has lots of references to the comic books, with a reference to the obscure Kite-Man, and Batman having a supply of Kryptonite in case Superman turns evil.
Monday, 18 June 2012
Story-6/10- This version probably has the best story of the three. The Rabbids attack and kidnap Rayman, but instead of forcing him to silly mini-games, or grueling tasks, Rayman escapes in the very first level with help from his flying bug friend Murphy. We also learn the back-story of the Rabbids, and why they became evil. They were peaceful, gullible creatures that were constantly made fun of and hurt by others, so they decided to get their revenge.
Friday, 15 June 2012
Story-2/10- The story does not make sense at all. Apparently the Rabbids are invading Earth and destroying it's various landmarks, eventually they kidnap Rayman and force him to win trophies for his freedom. None of the invading Earth stuff is mentioned again by the way, not even in the ending.