Captain Nemo

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  1. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    I've finished the story and have spent the last day or so free-roaming around. Overall it's been great fun--the story was well done, if a bit anticlimactic I think. I do wish it had a level or two of just villains being villains. As really exploring what a world without the Justice League would be like. We got a little of that, but I just wanted a bit more as the second half of the story is far more heroic based. There were lots of plot twists and crisscrosses which was amazing however! Some random thoughts: Omega beams chasing through the speed-force! "Look at all those posers--I liked Kite-Man before it was cool! Kite-Man...heck yeah!" Driving is utterly impossible. I've taken to riding a bike everywhere. I could fly...but this is better. Plus it has a turn radius and a bell. My main crew is Captain Boomerang and the Riddler. I take them everywhere and when I must fly I use Banshee. I love Boomer and I absolutely love Riddler's Rebirth design--kinda hoping we get that physically...seems lazy enough for Lego to release. Aside from liking his design, Riddler's search ability is necessary for those quests where you have to track down like five people--they're otherwise impossible to find! Calendar-Man blowing up my phone with his dumb-ass texts about his made-up holiday. Literally stealing candy from babies...I love you TT Games! Last one: I've never seen/used the Camera function before (Although I think it was in Marvel 2). Still it's super fun to use, and at times utterly hilarious. I've been thinking of whipping up a spontaneous Caption Contest--members screenshot some pics from the game and then we put up a thread in Licensed for others to write captions for? Prizes would be tags. Anyone interested in this?
  2. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    I’m loving the game so far! Particularly the amazing voice cast and writing. I’ve played five or six levels so far, and all of them have been both engaging and surprising. I’ve not really free-roamed yet, but the hubs look spectacular and I love that you are required to traverse the hub to continue the story missions. I will say though, driving is super difficult and all the cars seem to have the turn radius of a mountain. Other random thoughts: I love the main theme song from the menu and the Hall of Doom. It’s probably from somewhere, but it’s spectacular! The level/set design is awesome—I particularly love the Iceberg Lounge. The last Lego game, aside from Dimensions, that I’ve played was Marvel 1–so I’m a bit surprised at how many actions/abilities can now be used with just a few controller buttons...although I find it annoying when you keep accidentally shrinking or growing when you are trying to do something else. The character creator is great! But my imagination was limited at the start—I basically just made Catman...the creator at the start seems rather limited and I didn’t want to make a half-baked character from the get-go.
  3. There’s a big difference between a Theme and a Themed Wave. The first wave of DC Superheroes was a Batman themed wave. We’ve had a Justice League themed wave. The upcoming wave of Marvel Superheroes is a Spider-Man themed wave (again). Having a wave be themed does not mean it constitutes a new Theme entirely. I wouldn’t put any stalk in the “rumor” that we are getting a solely focused Batman Theme—we already got that in 2006. Everything is under the banner of “____ Superheroes” now—it’s just that at any given time some things can take up more space under that banner than others.
  4. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    Yes...? I didn’t buy those games, but from the reporting I’ve read and researched about this game—I believe that to be the case.
  5. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    From my understanding, the Deluxe Edition includes access to the DLC content and it is also packaged with the Lex minifigure. So any "basic" Deluxe Edition copy should include DLC and Lex. Certain stores/websites offer additional pre-order bonuses (such as a tin-case from Target or early DLC access via Walmart). i.e. I don't think it is necessary to pre-order the game itself, rather one just needs to buy the Deluxe Edition to get the figure. I'm on the working assumption that he is literally packaged with the physical Deluxe Edition copy of the game (apparently LMSH-2 did the same thing with its Giant-Man figure).
  6. Let’s keep film discussion and the spoilers that follow them outside of this thread please. Thanks!
  7. Anyways, just as a refresher—this thread is not for spoilers. Talked about leaked figures all you want; there is no need to extrapolate that conversation into one of leaked set photos/plots etc. So, talk about the sets here, not the films. Thanks!
  8. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    That would be an option... If the DLC packs had not already been named.
  9. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    Me don't like that roster. There are some really cool additions...and utterly baffling omissions. No Mad Hatter. No Man-Bat. No Killer Moth?! That doesn't even make any sense--there's a physical version of him and the Scarecrow in this game is the version from the same set! Why would you just leave him out? Those three have been in every game since its inception! I used to think that the TT games would essentially be required to include the latest (applicable) characters who could be found physically in the brick--because kids (or myself ) who own them would expect to be able to play as them in the game. It would also explain why there's just boring lackluster physical figure designs (such as Penguin and Killer Croc) oddly included next to highly detailed in-game-only characters. But what the hell! This makes no sense--obviously they must be picking names out of a hat at random. For a villain game, there are way, too many heroes taking up the roster for my taste. I know the Flash is popular--but we need him to take up three different character slots? Multiple robins? Multiple Wonder Women? Uh! That and no Catman. I'm just really disappointed!
  10. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    I really hope the free roam is more akin to Batman 2 than Batman 3... I hate it when TT games either smashes locations together (in a horribly ugly waste of space) or gives us these dinky planets with literally nothing happening. Half those Lantern planets were basically empty rocks. Honestly I would be fine with just Gotham and Metropolis if they were full worlds. Granted, juding from the trailers, it looks like we are getting tiny smashed locations.
  11. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    Well in the story, technically, Clark Kent/Superman disappears, but that would have no bearing on why he wouldn’t be on the character roster—for free play at the least (whether you even play him or any JL member in story mode). That character slot alphabetically belongs to Superman, of which Clark Kent is a costume variant apparently. But no, I’m positive he has a different design than that of the newscaster—who I believe is a non-playable Jack Ryder.
  12. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    I looked up the Wikipedia page of the Cheetah character herself—specifically the section dedicated to her appearances in media outside the comics. That section listed Erica as voicing Cheetah for the game. For whatever reason you can often find out who is voicing a character on the characters’ page, while you cannot find that same info on the games’ wiki page. Kite Man—Hell yeah! The character next to Detective Chimp is Dex-Starr. Also, on your picture you have Jack Ryder listed next to Superwoman—that is actually Clark Kent, a variant of Superman.
  13. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    I believe from what I've seen and have been told, the Lex Luthor figure is "included" with the Deluxe Edition. There doesn't seem to be any mention of him from the various stores I've considered pre-ordering from (which I have yet to do). I take that to mean that the Lex Luthor figure is literally included--as in packed directly with--the Deluxe Edition of the game + whatever bonuses certain stores included. So whoever you buy it from, as long as you buy the Deluxe edition--you will receive the physical figure in addition to store exclusives. I didn't recognize (or remember) her voice either--but apparently she is voiced by Erica Luttrell, who also voiced her LB3. I must say I'm really really impressed with the quality and consistency this game has for its voice actors. As a huge DC Animated Universe fan, it really means so much to just hear all these recognizable voices once again.
  14. Captain Nemo

    Harry Potter 2018 - Rumors & Discussion

    Putting my good-cop hat on, I declare this thread open again. That said—keep the conversations in here civil. Personal attacks, on anyone, don’t belong here on Eurobricks. Additionally, please keep talk/requests for purchasing and selling over in the Buy, Sell, Trade & Finds forum—not here. Thanks!
  15. Captain Nemo

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    I audibly gasped when I saw that this trailer had been released! I may be more excited for this game than I have been for any other Lego product in a long time. Its just got everything! They even got Worf--they got WORF!