LEGO Batman: The Video Gaming Coming April 9
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Feral Interactive has announced it will ship the Mac version of the fast-paced action adventure title LEGO Batman: The Videogame on Thursday, April 9, 2009. Developed by TT Games, the title brings the world of DC Comics’ Caped Crusader to life in the form of LEGO blocks. Players can explore an interactive LEGO Gotham City as Batman and Robin, capturing infamous villains, and even taking control of the villains themselves.
LEGO® BATMAN™: The Videogame features a completely original storyline, encompassing the lighthearted charm of LEGO minifigures and the multifaceted lore of Gotham City. The story unfolds with Batman’s greatest foes escaping from Arkham Asylum and creating mayhem throughout Gotham City. Tracking criminals, including The Joker and The Penguin, players will utilize Batman’s gadgets as well as build and operate fantastic vehicles.Minimum System Requirements:
"LEGO BATMAN is a brilliantly realized game, an instant classic that we are sure will have a very warm reception on the Mac” said Feral Interactive’s David Stephen.
“We are thrilled with the playability and quality of the LEGO BATMAN game when it was released on other platforms, and we are delighted to be working with Feral again to bring it to life on the Mac,” said Garry Edwards, Business Development Director of TT Games.
• 1.8GHz Intel Mac onlyThe game will retail in North America for US $39.95, £29.95 (inc VAT) in the UK and €39.95 (inc VAT) throughout Europe. It is currently available to pre-order.
• 512MB RAM
• 128MB graphics card
• DVD drive
• Mac OS X v10.4.10 or later.
• This game runs on all Macs with Intel processors including all Intel-based Mac minis and MacBook models.
More details and selected trailers of the game can be found at the Feral page linked below.
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