The latest in the Comic-Con 2014 is LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Its SDCC trailer shows that LEGO Batman 3 will surely knock the pants off you.
Comic Con 2014 is about to bring you something entirely new and exciting. This fresh game has LEGO block characters that act like real life superheroes.
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In LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, there is superman along with his band of villains that he fights in the capacity of a larger than life figure. And there is Batman, that mysterious character who is both dark and introverted yet a good guy nevertheless.
Together these heroes try to combat the Evil Brainiac who is out to collect his favorite cities. He has a world domination mindset and so these fighters for freedom will not leave any stone unturned in rooting out his influence root and branch from the universe.
The LEGO block characters make for a cute spin on a serious topic in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. In the ad for this game, Superman says that he is sorry he is late but the waiter was a bit tardy bringing the check.
There is a lot of action and aggression in the game and it will set your teeth on edge. A character from the 60s also enters into the equation.
This old and venerable figure voices his cameo role in this game for super-sufficient gamers. Wonder Woman is there too and the Evil Brainiac uses the rings to accomplish his nefarious goals.
Then there is the Plastic Man, a poor cousin of Superman, who is also shown among the cast of heroes. All in all, it is a game that portrays stimulating skills and you have to have quick reflexes in order to play it in just the right way.
Watch LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Comic-Con trailer below.
It may seem odd but the sort of games you have kids playing today on their Xbox’s and PlayStation’s are in fact healthy and good for hand-eye coordination.
And the adrenaline high they lend to the body is a sort of minimal exercise which is a physical jolt and challenge in its own right. In a world getting obese by the second, even the smallest stimulation prevents boredom and apathy…the two major reasons behind obesity.