Fisher-Price Imaginext DC Super Friends, Arkham Asylum
Batman: The Video Game, Dungeons And Villains, Includes Arkham Asylum Playset, Fisher-Price Imaginext Dc Super Friends
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We analyzed 31,244 reviews for 100 products in the Action & Toy Figure Playsets category.
We then analyzed 60 reviews for this product. Of these, 16 reviews were recent.
Around 97% of reviews were positive and about 2% were negative.
9.21 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Fisher-Price Imaginext DC Super Friends, Arkham Asylum
There are only 4 things to put in the small play set, which is easy to package, with one plastic tie, a plastic clip on the figures feet, and a plastic bubble to remove the disks.
When I first saw this set, I thought it was a theme for older Batman fans, but now I see it's really just Batman jail.
I got this for my nephew for his birthday and he loves it, I wish it had come with another character but he didn't mind. He played with it instantly! My son kept eyeing it in the bag.
This is the best batman toy I have ever bought for my daughter, and it is the best toy she has ever played with, and it is super easy to clean and easy to store.
We have played with many larger sets and vehicles in the past, and the Arkham Asylum fits nicely in terms of scale and playability, just like previous generations of Batcaves and Gotham releases.
It seems as though Batman's shoes are locked in place, how do you move him from the 3rd floor to the 2nd floor?
You pick him up and put him where you want. The whole back of the house is open so you can put where you want.
I don't know what the middle section of the second floor should be used for. There are some very specific holes in this section.
I don't know what it's used for, my son likes playing with it.
Is it possible to fit 6 figures?
4 inches is what the space is from level to level, and only 3 inches is what the figures are made for.
Is it easy to use?
I bought it for my 5 year old son because he plays with it all the time and no trouble, so does my 2 year old.
How do you get Batman out of the red pad?
It was our best solution to break the red piece that held his feet onto the power pad.