LIAM ROBERTSON UNCOVERS THE SECOND FAILED DARK KNIGHT PROJECT

Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy hasn’t had the best track record when it comes to video games. 2005’s Batman Begins was a respectable Splinter Cell clone from EA developed by Eurocom, but it was still above average at best. There was a game based on The Dark Knight in development from now defunct studio Pandemic, but it was cancelled and became the subject of a video by video game historian, Liam Robertson. Robertson has now unearthed a third project set in Nolan’s universe, that, like The Dark Knight failed to get off the ground, but that doesn’t mean it’s DNA doesn’t exist within another WB Games IP. Check it out:

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