Summary: This game is great for batman fans like myself good gameplay ,combo's, and about 20 levels and 5 episodes fighting Mr. Freeze, poizen ivy, the joker and others. Amazing sound your favorite voice actresses the only bad thing about the sound is that it's a little low.Lasting apeal not so much i beat it in 2 day's but it all depends how much you play it but you got level select to go directly to your favorite levels.Graphics only one word fantastic.
Summary: I remember really liking this game the last time I played it. The story is about Batman trying to stop the Joker (naturally), but there are also other characters, such as Harley Quinn, Batgirl, Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy. The gameplay is very fun, there are some puzzles that are pretty good. The combat is OK, because you need to get used to it first. I didn't really like the flying and driving sequences, as they were hard to control in my opinion.
Summary: Long before the Awesomeness of the games Batman Begins and especially, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman games were lackluster and never gave Batman fans a true, fun experience. When Batman: Vengeance came out, I was blown away and was convinced that it was the best Batman game up to that time period. Ten years later, I still believe in that assertion.
An excellent balance of puzzles, action, and style
Michael J. Tresca "Talien", Amazon
22 March 2004
Summary: Batman: Vengeance looks just like the cartoon, including the voice actors and designs. This game takes place after the cancellation of the Batman cartoon series. That's the latest incarnation -- not the original series, but the slimmer, darker version of Batman that incorporated designs from the movie. For those of you who didn't follow along, Batman lost Robin and only had Batgirl as a sidekick. Batman: Vengeance, starts out right.
D. Sullivan "Tech, music, and gadget addict", Amazon
16 February 2004
Summary: What a great, immersive game. Challenging levels, lots of gadgets, batmobile and batplane levels - I love it. Like Spiderman for the PS1, you are one with the large environments presented in this game. Each area has a distinctive look in tandem with the enemy you are chasing. Button mashing is effective when taking on the henchmen of each level, but some super-moves add to the mix.