As if the addition of the Dark Knight's fellow Justice Leaguers (among some 70 total playable characters) wasn't enough to make you want to play Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, there's something else that makes the new game special: It's the first Lego game to feature characters that actually speak... including a particularly good-humored Superman. Click past the cut to see what you think of the very vocal cast of Lego Batman 2 in a new trailer.
If the promise of a laid back, sarcastic Man of Steel isn't enough to get you excited, perhaps you'd be more interested in seeing what other characters will make appearances in the game...
Seriously, people: Lego Flash. If that doesn't convince you that this will be worth your time and money, I don't know what to tell you (Hmm... Maybe that Clancy Brown will be voicing Lex Luthor again for the game, with other voices being provided by animation veterans like John DiMaggio, Tara Strong and Kevin Michael Richardson...?).
Lego Batman 2: DC Super-Heroes arrives June 19 on the PlayStation 3, PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, XBox360 and PC.
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