I played the Sega CD version of The Adventures of Batman and Robin and it’s definitely not what I expected. Let’s talk about the game today!
Konami had the chance to develop Batman: The Animated Series for the Game Boy. Will they work magic with a licensed game? Let’s find out!
Batman: Return of the Joker was one of my favorite Game Boy games back when I was a kid. Will I still find it fun to play today?
Is it worth playing The Adventures of Batman & Robin on the Sega Genesis despite it’s extremely hard difficulty? Let’s talk about it today!
I’ve been hearing about how good Batman Returns on the Sega Master System is, so I checked it out. And they were totally right.
Batman Begins for the Game Boy Advance is another superhero title from Vicarious Visions. Let’s see how well they do with Batman.
Today, I’ll talk about Batman: The Video Game on the Nintendo Entertainment System. How well does it hold up? Read on to find out more.
If you asked me what the best 16-bit superhero video game is, I’d tell you that it’s The Adventures of Batman & Robin. Let me tell you why.
Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate for the Nintendo 3DS.
I liked Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu on Gamecube when I played it years ago. I figured that I’d enjoy the Game Boy Advance version too. Well…
Batman for the Game Boy was one of my first video games. Let’s revisit this title and see how it holds up today.
Batman Returns is Konami’s first attempt at a 16-bit Batman video game. Will this be as good as their other classics? Let’s talk about it!
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker is the video game tie-in of a DC Animated Universe film that went direct-to-video. Let’s talk about it.
Batman Returns is another video game tie in based on a popular superhero movie. Will it be as good as it’s predecessor? Let’s talk about it.
Batman: Return of the Joker is the sequel to Sunsoft’s first Batman game. Let’s talk about the Nintendo Entertainment System version.
This is the 16-bit version of Sunsoft’s Batman: The Video Game titles. How well does this capture the feel of the 1989 classic film? Let’s find out.
Batman: Vengeance is the first Batman video game for the Game Boy Advance. Will this game be as good as the Batman games that came before it? Let’s find out.
Will a video game based on a supporting character work? I played Catwoman for the Nintendo Game Boy Color to find out. Let’s talk about it!