One of the best in the long line of Lego games was last Summer's "Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes." The sequel to 2008's "Lego Batman" was not only the first Lego game to use voice acting, but it brought in the other heroes of the DC universe, like Superman and Green Lantern.
It may be almost a year late, but the Nintendo Wii U console is getting a port of "Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes" this Spring.
Warner Bros. Interactive announced the game this morning, confirming teh game will support the off-TV mode for both single player and co-op. When players aren't using the off-TV mode, the GamePad will be used for an enhanced map and touch based character selection.
The release for the Wii U means the game is readily available for every console imaginable, from the Nintendo DS down to the Playstation Vita. Warner Bros. also said the game has chalked up 3.4 million copies sold, which is just slightly behind the 11 million sold by the first "Lego Batman" game.