Excerpt: Nothing can strike fear into the heart of a video game reviewer like a new Batman game. Batman is undeniably one of the coolest superheroes, so you’d think that Batman games would be, well, some of the coolest video games around. Alas, due to some unseen and diabolical natural law of our universe, Batman’s appearance in a game is like some cosmic kiss of death that sucks all the fun out of it.
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Excerpt: Batman Begins is one of the more enjoyable movie games to come out in recent memory. With a combination of nice visuals, great sound, and the epic way the story unfolds all come together in a nice package, though it’s got its shortcomings along with it. Some great gameplay elements are here, but there’s just not enough freedom to go along with them to warrant anything revolutionary. If you enjoyed the movie (and really, who didn’t?
Excerpt: Batman has been a commercial success since the 1960Ã¢â‚¬â„¢s with the television show. The 1989 film, Batman, featuring talent such as Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson, was the best of the four Batman films. From that point on, it was a steady decline in quality, ending in the pairing of Batman George Clooney and super villain Arnold Schwarzenegger as Dr. Freeze.